139. DC Foto Week 2011

Posted at November 9, 2011 by 4 Comments

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Day 139 on our journey through the finest 365 Things to do in DC I can get my hands on.

Today’s entry is the highly-anticipated fourth annual DC Foto Week, DC’s largest and most vibrant photography festival.

From Nov 5th-12th, go be inspired by a week-long exhibition by professional and award-winning photographers staged at some of DC’s coolest photogalleries and public spaces.

Get the back-story behind the pictures (I would love to hear more about the pic below) and take in lectures and workshops from leading photographers.

It’s a fun opportunity to mix and mingle with photographers, collectors, and curators and just a fun way to spend a day this weekend if you have some time.

What a wonderful way to glimpse scenes from around the world!

Have a blast at the DC Foto Week 2011 Festival.

Go here for more info: http://www.fotoweekdc.org/ or return to our list of Things to do in DC for more fun experiences!

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4 Responses to “139. DC Foto Week 2011”

  1. Sheron says:

    Looks like the little guy is holding onto a a shark. That’s insane!!!

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  2. Why is this not happening while I’m there in December?!? 🙁 Would’ve been nice to attend!

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  3. lanzones56 says:

    It’s a fun opportunity to mix and mingle with photographers, collectors, and curators and just a fun way to spend a day this weekend if you have some time

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