photography Archive

Sneak Peek at Our New Show!

Frances Borchardt’s work is in and our assistant gallery director, Megan, is putting together the new show (which opens tomorrow)!  Megan works on the wall label while the pieces get ready for their close-ups. We thought our fans would appreciate a first look at Borchardt’s photo albums-turned-mosaics, laid out in printer’s cases.  Newly-hung and Read more →

Art Opportunities!

One Life Photography Competition is seeking submissions for several prizes, magazine features and exhibitions. Deadline is July 29th. Prizes include a feature in PDN Magazine, a feature on “Artists Wanted,” a New York City exhibition and reception hosted during the Photo Plus Expo with 30,000 guests, your choice of a worldwide travel adventure or $10,000 cash, plus Read more →

National Cherry Blossom Festival Photo Contest

The National Cherry Blossom Festival and FotoDC are now accepting entries in the first annual National Cherry Blossom Photo Contest focused on cherry blossoms and the nation’s greatest celebration of spring.The contest runs now through April 10, 2011, and will accept entries in three categories: Landscape, People, and Festivities, taken during this year’s Festival, Read more →

Winter Classes at the Art League School

Beat the winter doldrums with a class at the Art League! Registration is still open and on-going. Classes begin January 10 and continue through March 13. A few new classes (not in the printed catalog!): Intermediate Photography with Gregory Vershbow by Gregory Vershbow This course is for those familiar with their cameras, but would Read more →

Attention Photographers!

The very popular local news blog DCist has recently announced its fifth annual DCist Exposed Photography Show. This is a great opportunity for regional photographers to exhibit their work for a wide audience. Find out more about the exhibit here. The deadline is January 12, 2011 at 11:59 pm! Read more →

Abandoned Six Flags – New Orleans

This past weekend was the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s devastation on New Orleans.  Check out these haunting images from flickr user *brynne for a reminder of the beauty that can come from destruction.   And while you’re at flickr, check out the Art League Gallery’s photostream. Read more →