We are excited to be bringing some of the world’s best photographers to D.C. for the inaugural Focus on the Story International Photo Festival. Thank you for joining us!
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Sunday, June 10 • 3:50pm - 5:00pm
Closing Session - Live Judging of the EyeEm 72-Hour Challenge with Glen Echo Photoworks

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Live judging of the EyeEm 72-hour Challenge with a jury of instructors from Glenn Echo Photoworks.

Explore the nation’s capital with your camera and enter your best shots in our live photo challenge. Shoot photos in D.C. from Thursday through Sunday morning and enter them in the “EyeEm Photo Challenge.” Just create a  free account at EyeEm.com — the world’s largest photo community — and upload your entries by 9 a.m. Sunday morning, tagging them #EyeEmDC.

Entry is free and you do not have to be registered in the festival to participate. We’ll pick the winners during a live judging session, which will be open to the public, on Sunday afternoon to close the festival.

We won't be able to ship the prizes, so you must be present for the judging to collect an award.

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Scott Davis

Scott Davis teaches large format and historic photo processes at Glen Echo Photoworks, specializing in platinum/palladium printing. He got his start in the medium over 25 years ago, originally as a means to an end, but quickly fell in love with photography in its own right. He got... Read More →
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Karen Keating

Karen Keating earned an M.F.A in photography at Maryland Institute College of Art and studied at the Corcoran School and the Maine and Santa Fe Photographic Workshops with Keith Carter, Arno Minkennan and Eugene Richards. She has been a photography studio teacher at The Field School... Read More →
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Na’ama Batya Lewin

Na’ama Batya Lewin is a photographer and a multimedia video artist living in Maryland. Her work has been screened and exhibited across the US including the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Judah L. Magnes Museum in Berkeley, California, and the International Center of Photography... Read More →
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Gayle Rothschild

Gayle Rothschild began studying fine art photography at Photoworks in 1978.  She earned an MFA from the University of Maryland and began her teaching career at Photoworks in 1983, also teaching at Trinity and Montgomery Colleges and Visual Arts in Rockville.  Her work has been exhibited... Read More →

Sunday June 10, 2018 3:50pm - 5:00pm EDT
Nitze Kenney Herter Auditorium John Hopkins SAIS