DC Photographers' Perspective: The Changing Landscape of Photography

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DC Photographers' Perspective: The Changing Landscape of Photography

Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021, 7 p.m.

Join the Library live on YouTube for a discussion with three D.C. photographers who have worked in and around D.C. They will share their views on how technology and access to information are changing the way photographers do their jobs. 

The guests on this show are Sharon Farmer, photojournalist, first African American woman to be hired as a White House photographer and the first African American and first female to be Director of the White House Photography office under the Clinton Administration and George Tolbert, studio photographer and first African American Official U.S. Senate Photographer, now retired. Bonita Bing, president of the Exposure Group African American Photographer Association will moderate this panel.   

Each of the presenter's photographic works can be viewed in the virtual photographic exhibitions 
Washington, DC: City of Interest, City of Changewhich is being hosted by the DC Public Library in partnership with the Fotocraft Camera Club and Exposure Group.

Please RSVP here