Photoworks was launched nearly 50 years ago and over time it has grown to meet the needs of the community, providing a venue and programs for artists. Photoworks remains a unique resource for photographers of all levels – an arts community in the best sense of the word.
The Mind's Eye
March 10th - April 30th
Saturday, March 11, 5-7pm
Zoom Artist Talk
Tuesday, March 14, 7pm
Photoworks Gallery is proud to present, The Mind’s Eye, an exhibition featuring the work of students from two Montgomery County High Schools, The Siena School in Silver Spring and Holton- Arms School in Bethesda.
The photographs were selected by instructors Kristian Whipple from The Siena School and Donna Cantor Maclean from Holton-Arms.
Film Camera Day
At Glen Echo Photoworks
Sat, March 18th, 10am-4pm
Dust off that film camera that has been languishing in your closet and bring it to Photoworks Film Camera Day!
Get a free assessment by our onsite technicians
Buy the film and battery you need to the camera working, or borrow/buy a film camera
Take a free onsite tutorial on how to use the camera
Ready for the next steps?
Photoworks has the darkroom and digital facilities, classes, and community to lead you deeply into the magic of photography
with Stephen Greenberg
Photo Matters is a place where people can come and discuss all things photographic. Photoworks instructors will be invited to talk about their class offerings. Participants will be welcome to show their work, but formal critiques will NOT be offered; that will be reserved for our Coffee and Critique Sessions.
Psyche: Poems and Pictures
Artist Talk with Dr. Constantine Stratakis
and Brenda Hanning
Sat, April 8th, 4-7pm
at Photoworks Studio
Glen Echo Photoworks is excited to host Dr. Constantine Stratakis and Brenda Hanning for a discussion on the concepts and approaches to their collaboration between poetry and photography in their latest creation, "Psyche: Poems & Pictures."
Dr. Constantine Stratakis and Brenda Hanning worked together at the National Institutes of Health for many years. This book project grew out of their continuing friendship and shared interests.