Spring & Summer Photography Class Walk-In Registration Begins Saturday!

Photo Camp

Walk-in Registration beginning Saturday, January 28 and online registration will begin Monday, January 30: http://www.ssreg.com/glenechopark/classes/classes.asp?catID=4403&pcatID=4379. PHOTOWORKS SUMMER’17 YOUTH CAMPS Classes are 5 sessions and are held at Photoworks unless otherwise specified Smart Phone Photography Camp – Basic/Int (Age11-17) – Richard Batch $290 Class 1: M-F, Jun 26-30, 9am-1pm; Class 2: M-F, Jul 10-14, 1-5pm; Class 3: […]

Sightlines: Photoworks Faculty and Students Exhibit

Karen Keating, Wedding Dress

January 27 – February 26, 2017 Reception and gallery talk: February 11, 4:00-6:00 pm Photoworks newest exhibition focuses on the crucial relationship between teacher and student, showcasing work from our esteemed faculty and introducing some of their talented students. Though a distinct style emerges from each artist, we also see traces of influence, as Photoworks […]

United Divided: A Juried Show

Photo by Robert Miller

Deadline for Entries: January 30, 2017 United/Divided: An Exhibition of Photography, March 3 – April 2, 2017 Juror: Robert Miller, Deputy Director of Photography, The Washington Post Photoworks Gallery announces a Call for Entries for United/Divided, our upcoming public exhibition of photography in 2017. As an art institution showcasing photographers in the Washington Metropolitan Area, […]

Photographer Gabriela Bulisova in Conversation with Curator and Scholar Terri Weissman

Photo by Gabriela Bulisova

The second in the Photoworks 2016-17 lecture series When:  Sunday, February 5, 4:00 pm Location:  Spanish Ballroom Back Room, Glen Echo Park, MD Gabriela Bulisova photographs with a keen, probing eye and a deep commitment to social issues. In her various series on Chernobyl, Iraqi refugees, and her family’s native village in southern Slovakia, she […]

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Photoworks 40 Years in Focus

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