Reframe: Education through the Lens of DC Youth

Join us for our 9th annual exhibit of youth photography for social change. RSVP today!

#FacingDC Public Art Project

Learn more about our current public art project on display throughout the city and how you can get involved!

2013 was a success!

Click to learn about our increased programming, unprecedented media coverage and more!

Three students' photos on the New York Times Lens Blog!

Check out our student photos that are a part of the Lens blog's My Hometown project. Over 4,000 photos were submitted from around the country and one of our students' photos was even chosen as an Editor's Pick!

We won!

We're so honored to have won "Outstanding Contribution to Arts Education" in the Mayor's Arts Awards.

Picture Equality

Critical Exposure trains youth to use photography and advocacy to make real change in their schools and communities. Learn More.

Critical Exposure

1816 12th St. NW, 3rd Fl.
Washington, DC 20009
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Donate

Just $35 can exhibit a student's photo in a gallery or coffee shop. Help our students succeed - donate now!