On March 28th 2017, we will be setting up the pop up show in the Ballroom Annex. During the afternoon, we will be hosting portfolio viewings and inviting curators and gallerists to come see the show. In the evening, a more formal reception will take place that is open to the public.
Accommodations and Attractions
The main area of downtown Bethesda, the closest city to Glen Echo Park, is around Bethesda Avenue and Elm Street. Here you will find plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes. Both the Hyatt Regency and and Hilton Garden Inn are within walking.
Bethesda subway station is right outside the Hyatt Regency. This will take you to downtown Washington, DC.
For those tech savvy folks, Uber is available and will run you about $7 from downtown Bethesda to Glen Echo, closer to $9 or $10 to Washington, DC (Uberpool)
If renting a vehicle, parking is available at Glen Echo Park.
Interested in applying to be in the show?
Along with Glen Echo, we will be heading to New Orleans with our friends at the New Orleans Photo Alliance (click the link to find out more)
This group photography show is printed entirely using alternative printmaking processes. Alt Revolution combines the idea of introducing photographers to a new way of seeing their work, and expanding their network.
The show will return to Toronto in May to be a part of the Contact Photography Festival
Click HERE for full submission details
March 28 2017– Glen Echo Park
March 31-April1 2017– New Orleans
May 15-June 17 2017– Dylan Ellis Gallery in Toronto for Contact