Joe Cameron “Touching Air”

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January 28 – March 12, 2017 in the Alper Initiative for Washington Art gallery; American University Katzen Center  EXHIBITION DESCRIPTION To talk about Joe Cameron’s art is to talk about several arts. Few photographers have ever been more interested in drawing and design, or more steeped in imagery whose analogues are poetic, musical and […]

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 Photography Exhibition

Photo by Robert Miller

Juror: Robert Miller, Deputy Director of Photography, The Washington Post Exhibition Dates: March 3 – April 2, 2017 Reception: Saturday, March 11, 2017, 5-7PM Photoworks Gallery presents United/Divided, a juried exhibition of photography. As an art space dedicated to local photographers, Photoworks is in a unique position to initiate a visual dialog exploring the connections […]

New Intstructor: Joe Cameron Q&A

Joe Cameron

1. Who are your photo heroes? Whose work is an inspiration and a guide or model for your ideas? There are so many, it is difficult to choose. If I had to pick just a couple, I’d say Ralph Gibson and Masao Yamamoto among photographers. But I started out as a painter and my inspiration […]

New Intstructor: Min Enghauser Q&A

Min Enghauser Photography

1. Who are your photo heroes? Whose work is an inspiration and a guide or model for your ideas? I don’t have heroes really but if I had to pick out heroes of photography it would be the pioneers. People like Daguerre and the guys with the horse-drawn wagons full of plates and chemical. And […]