Washington DC: World Press Photo Exhibition
|Wanneer:||do 16-11-2017 17:45 - 20:00|
|Waar:||Dupont Underground 1500 19th Street NW Washington, DC, 20036|
We would like to invite alumni to a University of Groningen (UG) alumni meeting on November 16, 2017 to visit the World Press Photo exhibition, guided by UG alumnus Robert Meins. Members of the DC Rotary Club have brought together a coalition of leading DC institutions to organize the return of the world’s leading press photography exhibition to Washington this November. Partnering with international, (non)governmental organizations, think-tanks, embassies, universities and civil society organizations, they are highlighting the issues and stories behind the last year’s award-winning photojournalism.
We look forward to welcoming you at the exposition.
Price: $15 via Ticketfly
17:45 - Reception and registration
18:00 - Start tour
19:00 - Drinks (location to be announced)
20:00 - End
What is World Press Photo? Since 1955 World Press Photo organizes the most prestigious international press photography competition. Photographs submitted by the likes of AP, Getty, National Geographic and the Washington Post are transformed into a large exhibition that travels the world. Last year the exhibitions were visited by 4 million people in 100 cities across the globe. But not here in Washington. This despite the fact that DC is home to the leading people and organizations influencing virtually every topic depicted in the photographs.