Feb. 19-Mar. 1
Join us for an inside look at the eXposure Media Project DC, a non-profit program featuring the photography of DC Youth.
The photo exhibit will be available throughout the Intersections Festival 2020 in our Kogod Lobby in the Great Hall, from Feb. 19 – March 2, 2020.
The photo exhibit will be available at varying times throughout the Intersections Festival 2020 in our Kogod Lobby in the Great Hall, from Feb. 19 – March 2, 2020. Please see our calendar for details.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
eXposure Media Project DC is a nonprofit program of The Napoleon Complex Project that serves to provide HBCU college students with insight and exposure to the multi-media industry. Students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities who have interest in Television and Film production, Radio, and Media are selected to participate in opportunity building events throughout the year.
The Napoleon Complex Project is a DC based Husband and Wife team who became storytellers providing help to small business owners and everyday people tell their story and convey their message. Their approach to storytelling is documentary style & behind the scenes coverage. They believe that storytelling is the gateway to a person’s heart.