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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Tom Wolff's U Street Portrait Project: Artist Talk, Photo Critique and Community Potluck

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Tom Wolf Artist Talk, Photo Critique and Community Potluck: Saturday, November 19, 4:30pm

Join The Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery for an afternoon of creative conversation with Tom Wolff, a nationally recognized photographer for the New York Times and the artist behind the current show, the U Street Portrait Project. Amidst the U Street Portrait Project's almost 90 portrait works, Tom Wolff will share details on his photographic process and stories from his recent experience capturing the people and culture of U Street. The conversation will move into a casual photo critique, so photographers of all levels (beginner to pro) are encouraged to bring 1 to 2 prints for discussion. Non-photographers are also welcome to join the conversation and bring questions of their own.  And all the while this creative conversation will be fueled by a tasty potluck - feel free to bring your favorite treats and snacks! This event is free and open to the public.

For more details on the U Street Portrait Project, which was recently featured in the Washington Post and selected as one of the top FotoWeek DC shows to see by the Washington City Paper, please visit www.smithcenter.org/gallery.


The Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery at Smith Center for Healing and the Arts
The 9/11 Arts Project: Healing 10 Years Later - www.911artsproject.com
1632 U Street, NW | Washington, DC | 20009

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