It’s Monday in Washington DC and fall is in full force. The leaves are changing and everything is pumpkin spice flavored. So while you are walking around this week bundled up in your favorite coat, make sure to check out the art events that are all over the city.
Fotoweek DC started this Friday, but activities will continue to go on all week long including workshops and lectures by distinguished photographers and of course the FotoNOMA exhibit. FotoDC is pairing up with the Smithsonian this year to showcase the stellar photography being exhibited in the National Museum of African Art, the National Portrait Gallery, The Freer Sackler, and the American Art Museum. For more information about Fotoweek DC, visit https://www.fotoweekdc.org/index.php.
In addition, this week (and some of next) is fallFRINGE at Capital Fringe, a nonprofit organization that brings performing arts to the DC area. The fallFRINGE festival brings comedy, drama, musical theatre & opera, and dance & physical theatre to the stage until November the 17th. For more information about the festival, visit https://www.capitalfringe.org/fallfringe-2013/welcome.
This Thursday marks the begging of the Alexandria Film Festival, a little bit out of the way but definitely worth the trip, the film festival goes until Sunday November 8th and showcases full feature as well as short films. Learn more about the festival and buy your tickets in advance at http://alexandriafilm.org/.