Langley Teacher Featured in DC Photography Show


Ms.Archibald on a teaching trip.

Brendan Coffey, Managing Editor

At Langley, students are not the only featured artists. Ms.Archibald, chair of the fine and performing arts, will have a photograph displayed in the Exposed DC Annual Photography Show on Thursday, March 10th. Her work will be displayed for a month after that at Carnegie Library, the show’s designated venue. However, all of Ms.Archibald’s works can be viewed anytime on her social media accounts. She uses Instagram, VSCO, and her own website to post hundreds of individual photographs, as well as multiple series included in her portfolio. On her website, Ms.Archibald explains that her photography “is grounded in a practice of seeing. Again and again I am drawn to the unexpected beauty in the everyday subjects that I encounter.”

Tickets can be purchased online at the Exposed website, and Ms.Archibald’s featured work can be seen there as well.

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