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An innovative collaboration of visual and performing arts and education in the unique historic setting of the former DC prison.

Mobile Works

Event Date: 
Friday, October 26, 2012 to Sunday, November 18, 2012
W-16 - McGuireWoods Gallery

Public Opening Reception: Saturday, November 17, 5-7pm
The art of mobile photography is rapidly growing, and becoming an acceptable photographic art form. Mobile Works will exhibit mobile or cell phone photography that has been taken with deliberate thought and intent behind it, such as a photographer would do in any traditional photographic method.

Mobile Works will coincide with DC FOTO Week 2012.
Be part of the Mobile Works Exhibition – share your cell phone pictures!
You are invited to participate in our Mobile Works Exhibition by submitting photos taken on the Workhouse campus with your mobile phone. All photos received will be displayed in Building W-16 on November 23, 9am-7pm as a part of Escape to Black Friday at the Workhouse.  Use your cellphone camera feature or a smartphone app such as Instagram.  We encourage everyone, of all ages and skill levels, to participate. Submit your photos by emailing them to marketing@workhousearts.org or by posting them to the official Workhouse Arts Center Facebook page.
This exhibit was juried by Keith Lane.  Lane is a freelance photographer and multimedia producer currently based in Washington, DC. He began his photography career in Southeast Asia working on a variety of health, education, and public policy projects for local and international NGOs. Keith is an alumnus of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine and holds an M.S. in Environmental Education with a focus on international policy and advocacy from Lesley University. He recently had an exhibit in Washington DC’s Hillyer Art Space called iwishyouwerehere, a nineteen-month-long iPhone photography documentary. He also showed work in the 2011 InstantDC Mobile Photography show as part of Fotoweek DC.

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