Thank you to everyone who stopped by the History Network at the DC History Conference last weekend to say hello and chat with us about 16 years of local photographers documenting life in and around D.C. Now we’re even more excited about this year’s annual photography show; stay tuned for an announcement on that very soon!
- The 2022 Women Photograph Grant Cycle is open through May 15 with $45,000 in project funding available for women and nonbinary photographers.
- Award-winning photographer and former war correspondent Ami Vitale shares her thoughts about the power of photography during this pivotal time in places like Ukraine.
- Focus on the Story is curating an exhibition featuring the Metro subway system that will be part of the kickoff of this year’s annual festival on June 5 and held at none other than metrobar. Send links to your best D.C. Metro photos to email@example.com to be considered.
- Exposed alum, photographer, and architect Mark Alan Andre will be leading a “Beauty in Brutalism” photowalk as part of the festival kickoff on June 4 at 9:30 a.m.
- Photoworks will host acclaimed National Geographic photographer Amy Toensing for a solo exhibition of work opening April 15 at Glen Echo Park. Check their website for a full list of related events including portfolio reviews.
- Ryan Christopher Jones shares about how anthropology and photography have woven together through his experiences, education, and career.
- Grand Teton National Park rescinded its controversial wedding and portrait photography permit policy after photography organizations, lawyers, and industry professionals intervened.