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.
Classes and Camps have arrived!
Fall 2022 and Winter 2023
Register Now! View our full list of classes.
This Fall and Winter we are offering a variety of classes. We offer in person, online, and offsite (field trip based) classes.
And don't forget about Kid's and Teen's Photography Meet Up Nights!
Celebrating the Legacy of
Sept 30th - Nov 13th
Curated by James Sherwood
Opening Reception at Photoworks:
Saturday, October 1, 5-9pm
Online Artist Talk:
Monday, October 3, 7pm
Register for the Artist Talk Below
Zoom talk featuring Allen Appel, Stephen Perloff, Chan Chow, Colby Caldwell, Nancy Rexroth, Shirley True, James Sherwood and Marguerite Welch. Hosted by John Anderson.
Coffee & Critique
with Karen Keating
at the Photoworks Studio
Join us for a photo jam session to view and discuss your images. Minimum age 16.
Film Camera Day!
Saturday, October 1st
11 - 4pm at Glen Echo Photoworks
We will be inside due to inclement weather.
Dust off that film camera that has been languishing in your closet and bring it to Photoworks Film Camera Day
Functionality Diagnosis, Replenish film and battery, and (Re)Learn how to use your camera!
A B O U T P H O T O W O R K S
Photoworks is a vibrant and unique resource for photographers. Our philosophy is simple: Creative dialogue with fellow photographers, an intimate learning environment, and outstanding faculty are the ingredients for creative growth.