Posts Tagged ‘Gallery’

Pixels & Pints

June 20th, 2016 No comments


ASMPDC is thrilled to be hosting the June “Combined Happy Hour” with WPOW (#wpowdc), APA DC, WHNPA and DCVC.

This is the annual Pixels & Pints event. It will be held at Local 16, on Tuesday 6/21, upstairs in the “lounge room”, starting at 6:30PM. Instagram images with the tag #pixelspints2016 will be projected for everyone too see – So everyone start using the hashtag: #pixelspints2016 starting today.

This normally goes without saying, but keep the #pixelspints2016 pictures to strictly camera phone images. This hashtag is not to post portfolio or promo pieces. It’s just for fun. There will be Instagram pics scrolling on a projector while we enjoy drinks.

There will be merchandise available, so that is even more incentive to show up.

Hope to see you there!

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Local 16, upstairs “lounge room”
1602 U St NW
Washington, DC 20009

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Stephen Greenberg Speaks on Medical Photography

June 15th, 2016 No comments


See history come alive! Join librarian, historian and photographer Stephen Greenberg as he explores the curious and fascinating world of medical photography.  Photography has long been critical to the practice of medicine, but many times the resulting images and collections are far removed from their original context and therefore mysterious to the viewer.  Why were these pictures taken? Who saw them? How did they reflect the techniques and aesthetics of the rest of contemporary photography, and in particular what do these photos say about photography as the recorder of unmanipulated “truth?”
Date:  July 1, 2016
Time:  7PM

Photoworks Gallery at Historic Glen Echo Park
1st Floor, Arcade Building
7300 MacArthur Boulevard
Glen Echo, MD


Break the Frame

May 25th, 2016 No comments


In the 2016 Annual Student Exhibit, Critical Exposure youth use photography to Break the Frame of how they’re perceived in their schools and communities. They create new frames, new ways of seeing the world through their eyes. Frames hold more than pictures and photographs. How we frame an image or an idea determines the perspective we bring or portray. Framing is needed to start a meaningful conversation, to identify our values, and to work together to create positive change.

Join us on June 2nd from 6-9pm as D.C. youth Break the Frame of how they’re portrayed and tell us their story.

District Center
555 12th St. NW
Washington, DC 20004


Afternoon Coffee Break

May 18th, 2016 No comments


MAY 31

It’s time for another coffee break! This is a series of informal group discussions on a general topic combined with a visit to a photo exhibit.  This time around, the focus is on shooting film– what’s available, favorite cameras, where to process/print, how to scan it, anywhere the conversation leads.

Afterwards, is a viewing of the current show, Luminous Landscapes by Architect/Photographer Alan Ward. Shot on large format and panoramic cameras, Luminous Landscapes is a B&W show that explores manmade environments.

Tuesday, May 31st at 11:30 am

National Building Museum (in the Great Hall)

401 F Street NW, Washington, DC



May 9th, 2011 No comments


Special love by Service Photo

ASMP Baltimore invites you to a Pints & Pixels party with a twist.

What’s Pints & Pixels?

It is an opportunity to get together, have a beer or cocktail, and showcase some of your favorite work with your peers.

What’s the twist?

Photos from your cellphone. Put your fancy camera down and show what you can shoot with your phone. You’ll also have the opportunity to create some cellphone camera images at the event.

How does it work?

Submit up to 4 images as long as they were shot with your phone.  Images will be projected on a screen for all to see. Service Photo has donated some LED lights and other fun stuff for the cellphone photo booth that will be set up.

When & Where?

Wednesday, May 11th
6:30 pm
Slide Show starts at 7:00 pm
Ellicott Mills Brewing Company
8308 Main Street
Ellicott City, MD 21043

What you need to do:

Step 1- RSVP here
Step 2- Pick up to 4 images shot with your phone and name them like this: YourName1, YourName2, etc.
Step 3- Send in your images by May 10th. Email or text your images to Doug (the great): or 443-226-0853
Step 4- Come on out to the party and bring your cellphone camera!

How should I size my files?

The file should not be too large to email or text. You can put a credit on your photo if you’d like it to appear in the slide show.


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ASMPDC – Fine Art Photography

May 11th, 2010 No comments


If you’ve thought about working with a gallery to sell your photography but don’t know where to start, this meeting offers an opportunity to learn from one of the most successful gallery owners in the Washington DC marketplace. George Hemphill will talk about the fine art photography market, how galleries work with photographers, discuss the kinds of business decisions that lead to a successful match between gallery and photographer, and show a selection of images from some of the photographers he represents.

Hemphill Fine Arts

1515 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005


Tuesday May 11, 2010
6:30 pm Social & Refreshments
7:00 pm Program


ASMP Members: $10
Non-Members: $20
Students: $5



Old Town Editions- Artist Open House

March 24th, 2010 No comments


Your Host: Old Town Editions
What: Artist Open House
Where: Old Town Editions
205 S. Union St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
When: March 30th, 2010, 6pm – 9pm