Just over a week until the 2022 Exposed DC Photography Show opens at Lost Origins Outside in Mount Pleasant! Join us for a special celebration to kick off the show on Sunday, May 29 from 3-6 p.m. Whether you join for the opening or visit during the exhibit run, we invite you to share an image on Instagram and tag #2022XDC, @exposed_dc, and @capitalphotographycenter in the caption to take part in our giveaway. Get all the details on that here and share your image by June 30 to be eligible for the prizes: a $100 gift certificate for Capital Photography Center and a SpyderX Pro monitor calibrator. Can’t wait to see you and your images!
- We’ll be announcing the Best in Show winners of this year’s show next week. Get to know our awesome judges and then check back to see which images took home their votes!
- The 2022 Pulitzer Prize winners and finalists have been announced. Special shout out to our Best in Show judges Michael McCoy and Kenny Holston who were part of the New York Times team that won the National Reporting category.
- Join Leica for a conversation with Cheriss May (another one of our guest judges!) next Thursday at 4 p.m., free, online.
- The first ever global music photography competition, Abbey Road Studios Music Photography Awards, announced this year’s winners with the Zeitgeist category going to none other than Chris Suspect. An Exposed alum, you’ll likely recognize his name and work, and you can see two of his images in our show this year too.
- Join Critical Exposure for “Shutter Speed: How We’re Living Now” on Thursday, June 2 to see and hear the unique perspective of D.C. youth on how they’re living inside of new norms and grappling to make sense of what has been, what is, and what will be.
- The Event Horizon Telescope produced images of two black holes now, with scientists dreaming of movies next.
- The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities issued a request for applications from qualified artists and District nonprofit art galleries or organizations for its Fiscal Year 2023 Art Bank Program with a deadline of June 24. There’s also a curatorial grant program with a deadline of July 8.
- Join Focus on the Story for the Visual Storytelling Summit on June 4 at the Eaton Hotel for a day full of celebrating emerging voices. All events are free but require registration.