The Way We See It

The Way We See It, Brochure, 2010

Through their work, artists are able to convey and share their most personal thoughts and feelings with the public.  And the photography exhibit The Way We See It is the perfect example of young photographers doing just so.

The non-profit AED’s Idea: Exchange is a new effort dedicated solely to promote dialogue and communication on social and developmental issues. AED is inaugurating the Idea: Exchange with the photography exhibit The Way We See It: Young Photographers Examine, Define and Change Their World, showcasing the work created by youth from D.C. and around the world who use the art of photography to “reveal their lives, speak out about social issues, and advocate for better public policies”.

Now that is inspiring.

The exhibit will be open Wednesdays through Fridays, June 18th through September 3rd, from 2-7 PM.

The Idea: Exchange is located at the corner of Connecticut Ave and T St, NW.

Samantha can often be found daydreaming by the Rothkos of the East Gallery, sketching store facades along 14th, and snapping photos with her vintage polaroid at 9:30 club concerts. Since moving to DC in 2007 to get an MFA in Interior Design, her eyes can’t seem to be peeled away from the beautiful things in this city. Send any visual art, architecture, or design related news her way via Samantha (at)