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Tonight: Opening Reception for November Exhibits

You can meet photographer Everitt Clark and the artists behind “Small Works” and “Large Works” at the gallery’s opening reception tonight, November 14, at 6:30 pm.

Watch the video above to hear about Everitt’s experience shooting black-and-white photos with a large format film camera, and a look at what’s involved in taking and developing one of these pictures.

This Second Thursday Art Night at the Torpedo Factory is photography-themed for FotoWeekDC. You can find The Art League Gallery in Studio 21 on the first floor of the Factory. See you there!

Work from "Large Works" and "Small Works." Foreground: The Gang's All Here, terra cotta by Janet Legg.
Work from “Large Works” and “Small Works.” Foreground: The Gang’s All Here, terra cotta by Janet Legg.
Some of the prints in "Cities in the Air." Everitt Clark develops his photographs using the silver gelatin process.
Some of the prints in “Cities in the Air.” Everitt Clark develops his photographs using the silver gelatin process.
Foreground: sculpture in "Small Works." Background: Wetlands, Silver Lake, Haymarket, VA, triptych by H.K. Anne, winner of the Cora Rupp Award for best in show in "Large Works."
Foreground: sculpture in “Small Works.” Background: Wetlands, Silver Lake, Haymarket, VA, triptych by H.K. Anne, winner of the Cora Rupp Award for best in show in “Large Works.”

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