Tuesday, March 29, 2005

THE WOMEN'S CAUCUS FOR ART OF GREATER WASHINGTON DC Invites you to their Annual Networking Day on Saturday, April 2 (12 – 2:30 , bring your own lunch) and member exhibition, Discovering our Past, Imagining our Future (reception 2:30 –4:30). At the Thomas House,1330 Massachusetts Avenue, NW,Washington,DC 20005 METRO STATIONS: McPherson Square, exit at14th Street and I and walk 3 blocks North up 14th St away from downtown; or Dupont Circle ,Exit on 19 Street, walk 4.5 blocks down Massachusetts Ave. in the direction of14th St. For information contact Marilyn Hayes at hayesarts@yahoo.com or call 703-522-5595. WCA-DC is a non-profit organization that supports women in the visual arts professions. WCA members are artists, art historians, museum and gallery professionals, teachers, students, curators, critics, and collectors.

Saturday, March 19, 2005

Request for Wedding Photographer
Local couple seeks wedding photographer for upcoming nuptials on Saturday, November 5th. Please contact Penny directly at pennyrm@aol.com

The Artspace in Richmond, VA will feature artists working within a 250-mile radius of Richmond, VA from July 22-September 18, 2005. The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2005. For more information, vist www.radius250.org

Third Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Photography Show
The Washington School of Photographyin Bethesda, MD presents the Third Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Photography show, May 13 to June 6. Slides are due April 8, entry is $25 for four entries. Photographers must reside in: DC, MD, PA, VA, DE, or WV. Cash prizes will be presented. Entry forms can be found at www.wsp-photo.com or send a SASE to: WSP/WGP, 4850 Rugby Avenue, Bethesda, MD, 20814. For additional information call 301-654-1998.

Saturday, March 12, 2005

Lida Moser's exhibit of vintage photographs will open at the Fraser Gallery in Georgetown on Friday, March 18th. Please join me in celebrating Lida's life and work at the opening reception on Friday, March 18th at 6pm. Her work will be on exhibit until Wednesday, April 13th. For more information, visit www.thefrasergallery.com/future.html

Monday, March 07, 2005

An Open Invitation to Area Photographers
The Washington Photographers Collective is in search of new members. The purpose of the Collective is to provide a gallery and studio space for serious photographers. The gallery and studio is located at A. Salon in the Takoma Park area of NW Washington, D.C. Photographs by members of the Collective are shown on a monthly basis in group exhibits. In the near future, one - person shows will run concurrently with the regular group shows. In addition to showing work, the space at A. Salon provides studio shooting space. The requirements for consideration are the submission of a portfolio and an interview, to be conducted at the gallery. Interested parties should contact Sonnie Mason at sonmason@msn.com.

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

You are invited to a booksigning for FAMILY, HISTORY, MEMORY: RECORDING AFRICAN-AMERICAN LIFE by Deborah Willis on Saturday, March 12, 2005 from 3-5 pm at the Parish Gallery in Georgetown's Canal Square, located at 1054 31st Street, NW, Washington, DC, 20007.
Collected for the first time are Deborah Willis's one-of-a kind photo quilts, her provocative and moving photo essays, and her important and revelatory critical essays about the vital contribution African American photographers have made and continue to make to the advancement of photography in this country.
For anyone interested in photography, black history, or personal expression, Family, History, Memory: Recording African-American Life is essential. Join us to celebrate Deborah Willis, photographer, winner of the MacArthur Award and Professor of Photography and Imaging at New York University.


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