Sunday, January 1, 2012

PAST: PHOTO: Highlights Post for Select Special Exhibits taking place as part of FotoWeekDC! Central at the Warner Theatre, $5 online, $7 at the door, and at the Corcoran, $10, $8 students and seniors


FotoWeekDC Central - at the Warner Theatre
On view during FotoWeekDC only!
$5 online, $7 at the door, Free for those 12 and under 
Friday, November 8th - Sunday, November 18th

Enjoy fine art photography, photojournalism and all new programming at this year's FotoWeekCentral. Your $5 advance purchase ticket gets you access to multiple exhibitions at FotoWeekCentral, and you can return as many times as you like during the Festival. The entrance fee allows access to FotoWeekCentral for the duration of the Festival.

Warner Theatre
1299 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Metro: Metro Center

Women Photojournalists of Washington
On view during FotoWeekDC only!
Friday, November 8th - Sunday, November 18th
$5 online (pass for all exhibits the Warner), $7 at the door, Free for those 12 and under
Photo from WPOW show 
Women Photojournalists on Washington's Annual Juried 2012 Photography Exhibition showcases photography from 18 of their members, at the Warner Building downtown.
1299 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Metro: Metro Center

Reporters Without Borders
Magnum Photos Agency
On view during FotoWeekDC only!
Friday, November 8th - Sunday, November 18th
$5 online (pass for all exhibits the Warner), $7 at the door, Free for those 12 and under
Resporters Without Borders
For Reporters Without Borders' 25th anniversary, the Magnum Photos Agency offered the organization the use of 101 photos in a publication dedicated to the cause of press freedom. These pictures trace the course of political history through the last century, from the Spanish civil war in 1936 to Haiti in 2010.
1299 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Metro: Metro Center


This Is Not A Photo at The Corcoran
On view during FotoWeekDC only!
Friday, November 8th - Sunday, November 18th
$10 general, $8 students and 62+
Free for members, military and children under 12
Uliana Bazar, “Little Oddessa”, Street
scene from Brighton Beach, June 16, 2012
This exhibit previews the work of the inaugural class of New Media Photojournalism at the Corcoran. The work at once embraces and challenges the roles of the visual news media today.
Corcoran Gallery of Art
500 17th St, NW - near E St
Metro: Farragut West or Farragut North and walk down 17th St toward E St, about 8 minutes



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