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FotoWeek DC Georgetown Student Exhibit Opening Tonight (Saturday November 6)

Exhibition – GU Student Exhibition “Multiple Perspectives” DATE: 11/6/2010 – 11/13/2010 WHEN: 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM WHERE: Georgetown University Art Afficianados Walsh Building 2F, 36th & Prospect NW Washington, DC 20057 Hours: 5:00pm-7:00pm View Google Map >> DESCRIPTION: Our exhibition is a collection of thirty digital photographs submitted by undergraduate and graduate students at Georgetown University. The theme is “Multiple Perspectives.” Whose perspective are you representing? We are challenging photographers to interpret this theme either narratively or technically. The three photographs that will published in the Georgetown University Literary Magazine, The Anthem, will be announced at the reception. Exhibit open daily from 5:00 pm to 7 pm Opening reception Saturday, November 6th from 5-7 COST: Free

Holiday Print Sale, FotoWeek DC, Fortnight Journal, Turning Point Concludes

Newsletter went out yesterday afternoon: Greetings! I would like to announce a holiday print sale of a select series of 17 prints for $75 each. Every print is from a 6 x 10 inch file and is printed on 8 x 10 inch paper and students who order from a .edu e-mail account receive a discounted price of $50. The holiday print sale is to fundraise for my upcoming trip to Hungary to cover the aftermath of the alumina industrial accident in Ajka that sent toxic red sludge pouring into neighboring villages when an industrial reservoir ruptured. VIEW THE 17 PRINTS FOR $75 to order: send a request that specifies which print and includes your name and mailing address to — Two of my fellow Sarah Lawrence alums, Samantha Hinds and Adam Whitney Nichols, launched Fortnight Journal an online literary journal of art, prose and contemporary culture. VIEW SLOVENSKO FOR FORTNIGHT JOURNAL to see my first of six contributions. — The New York Times Lens Blog “Turning Point” series concluded last week after showcasing …

FotoWeek DC Launch / Projections of Reality

fri nov 5, 2010, 8pm-11pm Corcoran Gallery of Art 500 Seventeenth Street NW space is limited Admission is $45 and benefits FotoWeek DC, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit. FotoWeek DC is supported in part by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. — From James Wellford, International Photo Editor at Newsweek: PROJECTIONS OF REALITY FEATURED AT FOTOWEEK DC Documentary work projected as part of the NightGallery program On Saturday November 6th from 6-11pm, Projections of Reality showcases the work of nine photographers who challenge the conventions of visual narrative on the exterior of the Corcoran Gallery of Art. Projections of Reality, launched earlier this year in Moscow, is a pioneering touring exhibition platform for the most provocative visual storytelling being produced today. The show introduces new work at each new venue. For NightGallery DC, Projections of Reality presents an eclectic selection of work by artists who share an intensely creative instinct for compelling stories: Jan Banning’s portraits of mid-level bureaucrats in eight different countries; Benjamin Lowy’s moving landscapes of torn, unstable places around the globe; …

Georgetown Second Annual Student Exhibit at FotoWeek DC 2010: Azerbaijan and the Second Oil Boom

Georgetown University Student Exhibit: Multiple Perspectives at FotoWeek DC, November 6-13, 2010 Georgetown University Walsh Building at 36th Street and Prospect Streets in Georgetown, Washington DC featuring “Azerbaijan and the Second Oil Boom” by Amanda Rivkin “Please come to our opening reception on Saturday, November 6th from 5-7” “Azerbaijan and the Second Oil Boom” is part of a larger project on the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline traversing Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey that is supported by a Young Explorers Grant from the National Geographic Society. fotoweek dc washington post going out guide

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.” For more …