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FotoWeekDC 2016 is around the corner. With over 100 exhibitions and events, it may be a daunting task to find exactly what you are looking for, so we will spend the next few days selecting some niche programming for you to check out.

Today: Celebrating Local Photographers

November 12-20, 2016

Previous Editions:
The Business of Photography

Music & Photography
Public Art Highlights
LGBTQ Highlights

FotoFilm is generously supported by Office of Cable Television, Film, Media & Entertaintment / 202Creates.

2016 FotoWeekDC Contest Winners


Photo Credit: Nicholas Karlin from FotoWeekDC Contest Winners

The FotoWeekDC photography contest winners exhibition on view at FotoWeekCentral presents selections from three categories: Fine Art, Photojournalism and Photographer’s Choice.

Local Focus Logan FotoTalks


Photo Credit: Caitlin Price from Local Focus Logan FotoTalks

Enjoy FotoTalks from Byron Summers, Larry Cook, Caitlin Price, and more.

Washington Blade – Iconic Images From Our Archive


Photo Credit: Unknown from Washington Blade – Iconic Images from Our Archive

The Washington Blade is the nation’s first LGBT newspaper. Browse photos from nearly 50 years of LGBT photojournalism in D.C. Numbered, limited edition prints of our 25 best images are for sale.

Women Photojournalists of Washington 10-Year Anniversary Show Sponsored By Digital Silver Imaging


Photo Credit: Ami Vitale from Women Photojournalists of Washington 10-Year Anniversary Show

Juried by National Geographic Director of Photography Sarah Leen and Senior Editor Molly Roberts, the show represents the best of WPOW’s annual exhibit.

You Better Bring Your Own Sun, Conceptual Photography by Marisa S. White

Dance of the Sanguine

Photo Credit: Marisa S. White from You Better Bring Your Own Sun

You Better Bring Your Own Sun, is a visual autobiography exploring the artist’s physical journey from state to state over the course of several years, forcing the wake of change both physically and emotionally.


A simple but powerful reassurance to our black boys and men that even though it feels like they are being murdered and destroyed constantly, they’re still a part of a larger community that loves and supports them.

Photography / Praxis

Leading DC art photographers and educators, including Gary Anthes, Iwan Bagus, Andy Bloxham, Soomin Ham, Amy Hendrick, Leena Jayaswal, Steven Marks, Rania Razek, Shaun Schroth, and Alexandra Silverthorne will explore the nexus between art theory and photographic practice.

ASMP DC Member Exhibition

ASMP DC Member Exhibition FotoWeekDC will highlight the wide range of commercial photography talents of the ASMP DC members.

Public Reception: This Must Be The Place at Fathom Gallery

For two days only, Fathom Gallery will host a multi-media exhibition featuring the work of Washington, DC based artist Otessa Ghadar.

Single Lens Reflex-tions

This exhibition features the work of documentary photographers turning the “lens” towards a personal project of their family, surroundings, or themselves.

DC IN THE HOUSE: A Photo Exhibit From The DC Punk And Go-Go Archives At DC Public Library

The DC Punk and Go-Go Archives are DC Public Library initiatives with the primary goal of documenting DC’s vibrant local music culture, past and present.

Logan FotoTalk: Scott Suchman – Omnivore

Photographer and famed omnivore Scott Suchman has spent his entire professional career working in Washington, DC. From an early start as a wire service stringer, he is now recognized as one of the region’s top food and restaurant shooters.

More programming to be announced soon.

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