Save the date! We’re excited to return to Lost Origins Outside for the 17th Annual Exposed DC Photography Show this summer. Mark your calendars to join us for the opening on Sunday, June 4! More details to come soon.
- DC Home Rule 50 — a photography exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the District of Columbia Home Rule act by exploring the urgent themes of self-governance, full citizenship, free elections, and DC statehood — opens tonight at the DC History Center, 5:00-7:00 p.m., free.
- Head to the East Building Auditorium at the National Gallery of Art tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. for a special program highlighting short films including “Perfect Image?” that exposes stereotypical images of Black women and explores women’s own ideas of self-worth and “John Davies: Exploring a Sense of Place in the Landscape,” a portrait of the photographer and their process.
- Photoworks is hosting a photo flea market on Saturday, April 22. You can sign up as a seller for a fee of $10 per table.
- Join Mac Cosgrove-Davies at the Arlington Central Library tomorrow morning as he demonstrates how tintype portraits are made using the wet plate collodion process.
- Aperture and Google’s Creator Labs announced the second season of the Creator Labs Photo Fund, an initiative to support image makers.
- Polaroid’s limited edition Reclaimed Blue film was an “experimental fluke.”
- The 2022 Architectural Photography Awards Photo of the Year shortlist has been released.
- If you’ve been to the Tidal Basin to see the cherry blossoms or even just seen photos from others, chances are you’ve seen Stumpy, the struggling cherry tree that has gained quite a following over recent years.