• Pepco Edison Place Gallery

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    The Pepco Edison Place Gallery, located in PHI’s headquarters building in Washington, D.C., is an art venue for the community and meeting space for nonprofit and charitable organizations. Use of the gallery is an in-kind donation that totaled more than $1 million in 2013. Our exhibits ranged from photographs to illustrations to glass and ceramic sculptures, while we frequently offered the space for educational panels and workshops. See the the list of 2013 exhibitors. Learn more about the gallery.

    White House News Photographers Association–Eyes of History 

    The exhibit of recent and not-so-recent photographs from the White House News Photographers Association included a selection from photographers at work from the 1920s to today.

    Artomatic International Glass & Clay

    The International Glass and Clay exhibition celebrated cultural diplomacy and the arts in the Washington metropolitan area. The exhibit featured glass and ceramic projects by artists who live in Washington and Sunderland, its sister city in England.

    FotoDC–2013 Cherry Blossom Photo Contest 

    The winning images of the third annual Cherry Blossom Photo Contest captured the District’s most popular springtime celebration in a beautiful variety of day, night, parade and portraits. 

    Salvation Army−Others 

    The exhibit’s more than three dozen historical and contemporary images focused on the growth of the Salvation Army in World Wars I and II, involvement of the first ladies of the White House, and the present-day services provided by the organization.

    Critical Exposure-Zoom In: National Lens, Local Focus 

    An exhibit of youth photography and writing used to create social change. 

    Illustrators Club of Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia−Sweet Sixteen  

    A juried exhibit of the area’s most talented professional illustrators, graphic designers, and artists.

    St. John’s Community Services−Every Dog Has Its Day 

    A collection of commissioned pet portraits and other pet-themed images that were created by the artists of the ART Options program in the District. 

    Washington Project for the Arts: Cyber In Securities 

    The exhibition explored contemporary data collection and imaging surveillance practices, and highlighted artists whose work makes visible experiences of tracking and being tracked in a digital age.The exhibition was part of the Project for the Art’s Experimental Media 2013, the eighth installment of WPA’s Experimental Media program and the second year that the program has expanded to include both a video screening series and gallery exhibition.

    Life Pieces to Masterpieces: Courage on Canvas 

    Courage on Canvas celebrated 17 years of art created by Life Pieces To Masterpieces’ boys and young men (apprentices). The exhibition featured 70 major paintings from Life Pieces’ catalogue of over 1,000 masterpieces.

    Montgomery College: Portraits of Life 

    The emphasis of Portraits of Life was tolerance, understanding, knowledge and the inherent value of the individual. The three separate exhibits, Holocaust Survivors of Montgomery County, Student Experiences, and LGBT Stories of Being provided an intimate and honest perspective of individuals’ life experiences.