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Nat Geo DVD Summer Sale is on and there are some really wonderful and inspiring documentaries and collections including Restrepo, March of the Penguins, Our National Parks, Guns, Germs & Steel. Really great deals!
LOOK3 is 3 days of exhibitions, presentations, interviews, workshops, and outdoor projections in Charlottesville, Virginia. The guest curators, Kathy Ryan and Scott Thode, are designing a line-up of artists and programs around the theme of HOME. Join in June for this weekend of images, ideas, and inspiration.
The Big Love Pass – $450
Help support LOOK3 with a Big Love Pass which is both a donation to the Festival and an exclusive opportunity to enjoy premium reserved seating and meet all the presenting artists at the Big Love artist reception.
Festival Pass – $125
The Festival Pass is our all-inclusive 3-day ticket that allows admittance into all our featured events.
Student Pass – $75
Our limited discounted version of the Festival Pass available to high school and college students.
For DC-area folks, American University is hosting a free screening of “Sweet Crude: A documentary film about the Niger Delta” on Monday, March 28th at 5:30 in the basement of the Ward Circle Building. Check it out if you can!
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FREE LECTURE THIS THURSDAY: Talk of the Nation: Human Population and the Future of Exploration
$18 LECTURE ON JANUARY 11: National Geographic Unpublished: Photographs Left on The Editing Room Floor
From Heidi at WHNPA:
Also, save the date of November 24 as your favorite PBS station will be airing a one hour program produced by National Geographic on the history of the White House Photo Office and the Chief Photographers. It features an extended look at Pete Souza, President Obama’s photographer, and interviews with other White House Photographers…
As they say, “check your local listings for the time.”
Celebrating its fifth consecutive year, the African Diaspora Film Festival features a selection of international, independent films that explore the richness and diversity of the human experience of people of color. The four-day program features ten curated films, including eight Washington, D.C., premieres.
(Presented by The African Diaspora Film Festival, TransAfrica Forum, and The All Roads Film Project.)
TICKETS: $10 General; $60 Series Pass; $8 Senior/Student (available at the door only)
This looks great and what a great place for it, in the heart of DC. I hope you all can try to support such good community events like this! I wish I could go but I’ll be in Uganda so please report back if you like the show!