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Best of IGDC 2017 Exhibition

In partnership with Blind Whino SW Arts Club and with support from The Pink Line Project, IGDC’s first show will highlight the photography of local artists. Our community of photographers show the best sides of the DMV every day through #igdc and we are excited to share those images that represent our cities, neighborhoods, people and institutions with you.

The opening reception will be at Blind Whino SW Arts Club on November 12th, from noon to 5pm. The exhibition will remain on view during normal gallery hours through December 17th.

Thank you to Blind Whino SW Arts Club and The Pink Line Project for their partnership.  This show is made possible by the tremendous work of our IGDC community and from the support of mpix.com photo lab and Meredith Freedom Forte, @framemastermer.  Happy to be included in FotoWeekDC Festival and have the support of the @fotoDC organization.

Shop Prints from the Exhibition

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