FotoWeek DC, the annual celebration of photography in Washington, DC features programs including a photo contest and juried exhibition, gallery openings, lectures, educational workshops, portfolio reviews, book signings and more. Much of the programming will be free of charge. Participating galleries will display the work of local photographers or nationally and historically renowned photography.
FotoWeek DC Venues and Event Highlights
- FotoWeek Central - Located at the newly remodeled Warner Building at 1299 Pennsylvania Avenue. FotoWeek Central includes exhibitions from the Magnum Foundation/Reporters without Borders, the "Global Goods/Local Costs" show presented by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis
Reporting, and the 2012 FotoDC International Awards Competition winners, among many
- FotoWeekEDU – Educational programming at the Goethe Institut Washington will
consist of seminars, portfolio reviews and a FotoBooks Exhibition. Highlights
include a week-long series of full day seminars with luminaries in the photography
world, including Ed Kashi, Brian Storm, Tom Mangelsen and Mary Virginia Swanson,
presenting on such topics as documentary storytelling, multimedia, nature photography
and bookmaking and marketing
- FotoWeek By Night – Evening special slideshow events at Georgetown’s newest lounge, MalMaison, featuring SlideLuckPotShow, Uncover/Discover photographers, San Francisco’s Open Show and more.