Today: Public Art Highlights
November 12-20, 2016
FotoFilmThe Business of Photography
Music & Photography
FotoFilm is generously supported by Office of Cable Television, Film, Media & Entertaintment / 202Creates.
Images of countries where persecuted groups face potentially genocidal threats, projected onto the Museum’s exterior walls, help focus the attention of leaders and the public on the ongoing need to give true meaning to “Never Again.”
And joining them for a panel discussion opening night:
On the opening night of the photography exhibition, this panel discussion will examine the recent track record of atrocity prevention efforts.
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.
Plus, catch Bryon Summers speak during our Local Focus FotoTalks:
FotoTalks will be taking place all afternoon on November 13th at FotoWeek Central.
SEE/CHANGE is a video art project that puts a human face on how population change and revitalization is affecting the Park View and Pleasant Plains neighborhoods of lower Georgia Avenue in Washington, DC.
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