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Fotoweek DC Events at The Torpedo Factory

This weekend, join the Torpedo Factory for a night of great photography in celebration of FOTOWEEKDC as well as a photography critique.

at Multiple Exposures Gallery
Reception Saturday, November 22, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Juried by Steve Uzzell, this Fine Art Photography
show features new work of gallery members
Open Roads, Open Minds: An Exploration of Creative Problem Solving
Presentation by Steve Uzzell
Saturday, November 22, 8 pm
(Directly following the opening reception)
First Floor in Torpedo Factory Art Center, FREE

**Not just for photographers, for everyone.**

Using his striking photographs as illustrations of his metaphor about possibility and creativity, Steve inspires audiences to take advantage of his experience and vision to make any venture an adventure. In any project he undertakes, Steve lays the foundation for magic to happen; “Chance favors the prepared mind,” said Louis Pasteur. After all, our eyes will only ever see what our mind is prepared to comprehend. Steve’s award-winning and international career spans 31 years and includes photography work for National Geographic, Newsweek, Smithsonian, Time and U.S. News.

For more information, call Multiple Exposures Gallery at 703-683-2205.

Sunday, November 16, 10:30 am – 3 pm

Bring in a new set of photographics and project you have questions about or a completed portfolio. To secure a place, call Multiple Exposures Gallery at 703-683-2205.

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