Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Thursday, November 10, 2011
Fotoweek DC Event What's Next 2.0
Saturday November 12, 2011 @ 9:30AM
Panel discussion on improving your photography career & business.
At the Artisphere in Rossyln, VA
Sponsored by FotoweekDC, The Artisphere ASPP DC/South Chapter
What arousing and wonderful images you have seen during FotoweekDC. Now you are inspired and hoping to create beautiful images, too. But you must be wondering, how you can make a career or elevate your photo business in this economic climate.
If you make a living in the photography profession or are considering one, this is a must attend event for you.
What’s Next is a one-day seminar that will provide stimulating discussion, thought provoking dialog, meaningful connections and ideas worth investigating about the photography profession and your photography business model.
Panelists include (in order of appearance):
· Mimi Dornack Director Client Development and Outreach, National Geographic Image Collection
· MaryAnne Golon with Chris Usher, Photo Editor and Photojournalist
· Michael Lutzky, Strategy and management consultant (former photojournalist)
· Pam Huling, in charge of Development at Mediastorm (former Director of Photo Services at Discovery Communications, Inc.)
· John Harrington, Photographer, Author, past president WHNPA
Saturday November 12, 2011 9:30am-1:00pm
Artisphere’s Spectrum Theatre
1611 N. Kent Street Arlington, Virginia 22209
Artisphere's Spectrum Theatre -- located at 1611 N. Kent Street -- please use the parking garage entrance on Arlington Ridge Road. This garage does not require validation
Three blocks from the Rosslyn Metro (blue/orange) Exit on Moore Street, turn right to Wilson Boulevard, left two blocks to Spectrum Theatre.
Buy Tickets online or at the door
General Admission: $15
Member (ASPP, WHNPA, APA, ASMP, NPPA WPOW): $12
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Sunday, October 23, 2011
October 22, 2011--Washington, DC--Over 1500 walkers, runners and bikers participated the Best Buddies Challenge fundraiser to support the mission of Best Buddies. To learn more go to the the website www.bestbuddies.org
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Friday, September 30, 2011
In conjunction with the American University Museum at the Katzen Art Center exhibit
Re-viewing Documentary: The Photographic Life of Louise Rosskam
Screening of the Documentary Film
Stryker's America: Photographing the Great Depression
A Film by Laurence L. Levin and Justin Schauble
Stryker’s America tells the story of how Roy E. Stryker, a low-level federal bureaucrat with integrity and vision, managed a massive New Deal project to document the Great Depression. Stryker lead the Historical Division of the Farm Security Administration from 1935 to 1943. The photos in this collection—nearly 200,000 by both established and aspiring photographers, including Dorothea Lange, Gordon Parks, Arthur Rothstein, Edwin Rosskam and many others—became the defining statement of the era. Narrated by Beverly Brannan, curator of photography at the Library of Congress; Dr. Alan Fern, retired director of the National Portrait Gallery; and Peter Kuznick, professor of history at American University.
Saturday, October 15, 2011, 3-4 pm
è Film Program: Stryker’s America: Photographing the Great Depression, 2007, (23 minutes) followed by discussion and gallery tour.
Screening of film and panel discussion with filmmaker Larry Levin, adjunct professor of film and media arts, American University, and curators Laura Katzman, associate professor of art history, James Madison University and Beverly W. Brannan, senior curator of photography, Library of Congress
This major retrospective examines the work of Louise Rosskam (1910-2003), an elusive pioneer of the “golden age” of American documentary photography. It features her poignant photographs of a Southwest, Washington, D.C. neighborhood before its destruction for urban renewal projects. It highlights her compelling images of Puerto Rico, as it developed from an impoverished U.S. possession to an industrialized commonwealth whose political status remains a contested issue. Guest curated by Laura Katzman and Beverly W. Brannan.
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20016
Saturday October 15, 2011 3-4 pm film screening and discussion followed by Gallery talk and tour of the exhibition Re-viewing Documentary led by guest curators Laura Katzman and Beverly W. Brannan.
Free Parking in the garage
All events are free and open to the public