Exposed: The Polaroid Retrospective

 

We are so excited about this show, we can hardly stand it. If you are in DC, be at SOVA this Thursday! Victoria Milko is the lady behind it all, putting together polaroids by 21 artists – 2 of which you may be familiar with as Project Dispatch artists. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

 

“Exposed: The Polaroid Retrospective” is an exhibit dedicated to the world of Polaroid and instant film photography, with over one thousand images being displayed by local photographers. All images being used were taken with retro instant-film cameras of different styles.

Opening night is Thursday, January 6th from 6:30 to 11:30pm at SOVA.

SOVA is a locally owned coffee and wine bar located in the heart of the Atlas District/H Street Corridor. With a full bar, plenty of space for performing acts and a charming interior SOVA has quickly become one of the major staples of the H Street scene.

A photobooth will be included, allowing for some additional fun for you and your friends,

Sponsorship provided by InstantDC (instantdc.com) and other special guests.

 

Artists Include:

Luke Adams
Shauna Alexander
Haley Dolan
Thomas Drymon
Jessica Dye
Ruddy Harootian
Morgan Hungerford
Christopher Keener
Chandi Kelley
Ryan Kibler
Angela Kleis
Mitchell London
Lisa McCarty
Rosina Teri Memolo
Victoria Milko
Cherie Pennington-Laubert
Jillian Pichocki
Ramune Rastonis
Sarah Rogoskey
Chad Yencer
Joshua Yospyn

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  1. I look forward to partying with the Dispatch crew and seeing your roids!

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