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How many pictures have you seen of the Washington monument on your Facebook feed? Probably too many to count. From monuments to museums, residents and visitors alike can’t help snapping photos of classic D.C. landmarks and experiences. Has it changed the way we view and appreciate the District? Kojo will explore how mobile photography and apps have given us a new filter to understand our surroundings.
- Brett Rodgers National Building Museum's Vice President for Marketing and Communications
- Holly Garner Founder of IGDC and registrar at the National Gallery of Art
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