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Good morning FotoFriends,

With this this year’s festival featuring 100 exhibitions and events going on throughout the week we know managing the FotoWeek landscape can get overwhelming. Every day, we’ll be doing our best to keep you informed and updated – here’s what’s happening today at FotoWeek.

Would you just like to see some great exhibitions? For a complete list of those, visit the official FotoDC website.

Share all your FotoAdventures on Instagram too: #FotoWeek2016 @FotoWeekDC #FotoDC

FotoWeekCentral is located at the National Geographic Museum at 1145 17th St NW.
FotoEduCentral is located at the Former Spanish Ambassador’s Residence at 2801 16th St NW


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November 16, 2016
FotoWeekCentral Schedule

FOTOWEEKDC NAT GEO MUSEUM EXTENDED HOURS + HAPPY HOUR
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
FotoWeekCentral – 1145 17th Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20036
Enjoy extended access to the National Geographic Museum and all FotoWeekCentral exhibitions during the FotoWeekDC festival.

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WPOW 10-YEAR ANNIVERSARY SHOW SPONSORED BY NIKON PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
FotoWeekCentral – 1145 17th Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20036
Please join us in celebrating 10 years of Women Photojournalists of Washington at our show, juried by National Geographic’s Director of Photography Sarah Leen and Senior Editor Molly Roberts.


FotoWeek Around Town

CHAOS IN PHOTOGRAPHY FILM FESTIVAL
12:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Monteabaro Recital Hall, Howard Community College – 10901 Little Patuxent ParkwayColumbia, MD, 21044
The HCC Film Program has developed a number of film series to complement various productions and events this season. Scheduled films include: War Photographer (Monday), Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Impassioned Eye (Tuesday), Finding Vivian Maier (Wednesday), Planet Ocean (Thursday), and Blow-Up (Friday). A photography exhibit of the same name will be on display in the art gallery through November 20th. Workshops and talk backs related to the films shown will be included before or after the film showing.

THE MATERIAL INSTANT ZOETROPE ANIMATIONS BY ERIC DYER –ARTIST TALK AND RECEPTION
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Spagnuolo Gallery Georgetown University, Walsh Bldg, First Floor 1221 36th Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20007
The Material Instant will present several zoetrope animations and animated videos by Eric Dyer. Dyer uses photographic images as source material that he transforms into animation through zoetrope devices.

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Photo Credit: Felipe Jacome from Lord of the Mangrove

LORD OF THE MANGROVE — COCKTAIL RECEPTION
6:00 PM -8:00 PM
Embassy of Ecuador 2535 15th Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20009
The northwestern corner of Ecuador is home to the tallest mangrove trees in the world. Amidst the trees´ towering, almost fantastical, roots, people of nearby Afro-Ecuadorian communities gather black shells as their form of livelihood.

HOW PHOTOGRAPHY INFLUENCES CROSS-CULTURAL DIALOGUE
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Hillyer Art Space 9 Hillyer Court Northwest Washington, DC, 20008
Join us for an evening of discussion with O. Louis Mazzatenta, Amalia Pizzardi and Laila Abdul-Hadi Jadalah. Our panelists will discuss how their own work with photography has influenced understanding of other cultures, both internationally and locally.

“DON’T BLINK” — ROBERT FRANK DOCUMENTARY
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Leica Store 977 F Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20004
Leica will be hosting a free screening of the Robert Frank documentary, “Don’t Blink” directed by Laura Israel.

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FULL LIST OF EXHIBITIONS AROUND TOWN CAN BE FOUND HERE

@NATGEO: The Most Popular Instagram Photos which offers visitors an opportunity to interact with
National Geographic photographers and their adventures in a whole new way.
Politicking by Ben Baker, feat. Baker’s portraits of heads of state, business leaders and cultural icons include Presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton.
Photoville and Redux Pictures presents Mark Peterson’s Political Theatre – The Next Act, which includes Peterson’s fascinating and visceral coverage of this year’s election.
Water: California, The latest installment of Mustafah Abdulaziz’s acclaimed Water series focuses on the drought crisis in California.
Signs of Your Identity, presented by The Pulitzer Center For Crisis Reporting which explores the survivors of Canadian operated Indian Residential Schools that forcibly assimilated indigenous youth into white Canadian society.
WPOW’s 10-Year Anniversary Show by female photographers in DC
National Geographic Photo Camp: Zoom Out, Slow Down, Enjoy the Beauty, The student photographers highlighted in the exhibition include children in post-earthquake Haiti, refugees from inner city Baltimore, young people in Jordan, Miami, Chad, India, and Barbados, and Somali refugees in Portland Maine.
WiLDSpeak: The Exhibition, feat. a collection of imagery showcasing the iconic works of iLCP Fellows presenting at this year’s event.

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We would like to thank our Festival Partners without whom this festival would not be possible.

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