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It is the final weekend of this year’s Fotoweek and we still have a lot of great photography programming in store for you.

For a complete list of the exhibits, visit the official FotoDC website.

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FotoWeekCentral is located at 2801 16th Street NW. Entry is a $6 festival donation, and includes all programming and exhibitions on site. We thank you for your ongoing support, we couldn’t do this without you.

FotoWeekCentral Exhibitions Include:

Aperture:Photographs feat. the works by Dorothea Lange, Diane Arbus, Robert Rauschenberg, Salgado, Sally Mann, Mary Ellen Mark and more
Iron Closet by Misha Friedman about the issues faced by the LGBT Community in Russia
Everybody Loves To ChaChaCha by Bego Anton about men and women who dance with their dogs and dogs who dance with their humans
WPOW’s Annual Juried Exhibition by female photographers in DC
2015 FotoDC competition Winners
Critical Exposure’s Annual Selected Works

photo: Mary Ellen Mark

photo: Mary Ellen Mark

FULL LIST OF EXHIBITIONS AROUND TOWN

CAN BE FOUND HERE

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November 14, 2015
FotoWeekCentral Schedule

PANEL DISCUSSION: MOBILE PHOTOGRAPHY WITH IGDC INSTAGRAM
10:30am – 12:00pm – FotoWeekCentral – 2801 16th Street NW
Join us in a thoughtful discussion on photography. What is photography and how can we include mobile photography without devaluing it? We will explore this, as well as, the advances of smart phone cameras, DSLR and traditional cameras, editing techniques and apps for mobile photographers. Coffee will be provided by our friends at Peregrine Espresso.

Image by Dave Showalter

Image by Dave Showalter

LOGAN FOTOTALKS: WILDLIFE AND CONSERVATION DAY
12:00pm – 5:00pm – FotoWeekCentral – 2801 16th Street NW
Join us for an of FotoBooks FotoTalks that take use from Anacostia to Kenya to Mexico. Presented with the support of The Reva & David Logan Foundation, in collaboration with ILCP (in search of more conservation talks? Make sure to check out their WILDSPEAK symposium)

12:00pm – Krista Schlyer
1:00pm – Alison M Jones
2:00pm – Paul Colangelo
3:00pm – Dave Showalter
4:00pm – Jaime Rojo

LOGAN FOTOTALK: 5:00pm – Acacia Johnson – FotoWeekCentral – 2801 16th Street NW

FOTOFILM: ELLIS, A SHORT FILM STARRING ROBERT DE NIRO, WRITTEN BY ERIC ROTH, DIRECTED BY JR
6:00pm – 8:00pm – FotoWeekCentral – 2801 16th Street NW
Join us for the screening of ELLIS, November 14th at 6pm, followed by a social happy hour at FotoWeekCentral. The short narrative flm, ELLIS, awakens our collective memory. Leaving their past behind them, immigrants feeing poverty, discrimination, dictatorship arrived there. Ellis Island was the gateway to the United States for millions of immigrants. Upon arrival, they were processed, approved or denied access. Due to sickness or simply tiredness, many were placed in the hospital. A purgatory of sorts, in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty, where thousands of men, women and children awaited their fate.

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ARTIST TALK: JOSHUA ROBERTS
12:00pm – 1:30pm – Leica Store DC – 977 F Street NW
Internationally recognized photojournalist, Joshua Roberts will be giving a talk about his Large Format Photography documentary projects on Saturday, November 14th from 12-1:30pm at the Leica Store DC.

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FOTOFILM: GRAB A HUNK OF LIGHTNING WITH SPECIAL IN PERSON APPEARANCE BY FILMMAKER DYANNA TAYLOR
2:30pm – 4:30pm – National Gallery of Art, East Building – 6th St and Constitution NW
Narrated and directed by Dorothea Lange’s granddaughter, award-winning flmmaker Dyanna Taylor, tells the compelling story of the passion, vision, and drive that made Lange one of the most important documentary photographers of the 20th century. 110 minutes.

 

And that’s the way it is! Have fun and remember to check back with us every day for your FotoWeek 2015 To-Do List. 

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