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Call for Submissions to Georgetown University Student Exhibit at FotoWeek DC

By campus e-mail:

Call for Digital Submissions for Fotoweek DC!
Sponsored by: GU Arts Aficionados
Details: Fotoweek DC is a city-wide festival of photography between November 6-13. Art Aficionados will host a Second Annual Student Exhibition in Walsh [located at 36th Street and Prospect in Georgetown]. There is not only the chance to be exhibited, but also to be published in The Anthem! Theme: “Multiple Perspectives” Whose perspective are you representing? We are challenging photographers to step out and not only represent their perspective. This is meant to be open-ended and interpretive. If you interpret it narratively or technically, all the better! We want a variety of submissions and are excited to see your creativity! Submissions must be digital and be the biggest possible pixel dimensions or in their original dimensions to make sure that they can be reproduced and printed. Email submissions to Include in submission your name, school and graduation year, and title. Explanations about the work are optional. In the subject line, put your name and “Fotoweek DC Submission.”
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I just submitted 16 images, “Azerbaijan and the Second Oil Boom,” from my work over the summer photographing along the 1,100-mile Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline route in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey with the support of a Young Explorers Grant from the National Geographic Society. National Geographic is among the sponsors of FotoWeek DC.