Thank you to everyone who submitted to our annual photography contest. We’re so grateful to each and every one of you for being part of the amazing D.C. photography community. We’ll be reviewing the submissions and announcing the winners later this month. In the meantime, remember you can always share your images with us and each other by submitting to our group on Flickr and tagging #exposeddc on Instagram.
- The National Museum of Women in the Arts is temporarily closed to the public for a major renovation, but their first off-site exhibition “Positive Fragmentation” can be viewed at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center through May 22. The exhibit includes over 150 works by 21 artists who use fragmentation to explore concepts such as gender, race, and the environment.
- An amateur photographer who found himself at the center of the Covid-19 pandemic shares how he documented the response in Newcastle starting in March 2020 when council managers were called for a briefing.
- Artist Cecil McDonald Jr. explores the power of representation in photography through a video lecture series.
- The 2022 FotoEvidence Workshop will be held virtually March 4-6 with a deadline to apply of February 10. The goal of the workshop is to provide photographers with the skill to undertake challenging assignments and to ensure photographers have a clear understanding of ethical guidelines and can be hired with confidence by NGOs.
- Photoworks is hosting a virtual artist talk with the makers of “2020 Unmasked” on February 9 at 7:00 p.m.
- Polar bears move into an abandoned Arctic weather station on Russia’s Wrangel Island, a nature reserve under Unesco protection.