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Andargé Asfaw @ WSP

Andarge Asfaw at Washington School of Photography

This month, you can see Ethiopia through the lens of Art League photography instructor Andargé Asfaw — including stunning images like the one above — at the Washington School of Photography in Rockville, Maryland.

If the exhibit leaves you feeling inspired, Andargé is also leading a travel workshop to Ethiopia this March. You can sign up today for this expedition, which will take you through Andargé’s native country to see the landscapes, people, and culture it has to offer. The workshop is open to artists in all media. (More info here.)

Here’s more about the exhibit at WSP:

As part of FotoWeek DC 2013, internationally recognized photographer Andargé Asfaw invites you to celebrate his unique photographic journey through Ethiopia’s exquisite landscapes, wildlife, and culture. Ethiopia from the Heart is truly a work of passion. A percentage of print and book profits supports CanopyEthiopia.org. Come enjoy a traditional Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony and music. To learn more visit us at www.ethiopiafromtheheart.com.

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