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Carroll Square Gallery

Located on historic F Street and in a designated arts district, Carroll Square is pleased to provide the Carroll Square Gallery to a neighborhood that has played host to some of the city’s most celebrated artists. The 700 square foot public art gallery predominantly features contemporary art in quarterly rotating exhibitions. Akridge has retained prestigious local gallery, Hemphill Fine Arts as the curator.
Contact: Shira Kraft   gallery@hemphillfinearts.com  202-234-5601
975 F Street NW , Washington DC 20004

Events

The White House News Photographers Association: National Eyes of History™, 2013
By Partner Events

The Carroll Square Gallery is pleased to present the winners of the first ever White House News Photographers Association’s nationalpolitical photography contest. Professional photojournalists from across the country were invited to compete in eight single image and picture story categories that covered the spectrum of local, state and national politics (PHOTO CREDIT: LEFT: Joe Raedle, Getty Images, Rambler, Award of Excellence: Political Humor, Image courtesy of WHNPA/HEMPHILL; RIGHT: Brooks Kraft, TIME Magazine, Rain Storm, Best in Show and First Place: Political Portrait, Image courtesy of WHNPA/HEMPHILL) VISITING HOURS: Gallery open during business hours, Monday through Friday 8am–6pm

September 20 2013  08:00 AM - November 22 2013  06:00 PM    

Caroll Square Gallery ,  975 F Street NW
Washington, DC, Northwest


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