"You can learn something about Washington in the 1930s, or how the city has changed, or you can be inspired," Ms. Malone-France says. "The way he became a great photographer was by honing his craft. He taught himself. To a teenager, that can be very inspiring."
Another exhibit-related program is a photo competition for high schoolers. The competition will take place in early 2007; the exhibit will run through mid-April.
When you go:
Location: The "Silver Mysteries" photo exhibit is at the Stephen Decatur House Museum, 1610 H St. NW, in the District.
Directions: The museum is one block north of the White House.
Hours: The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Tours are offered every day except Monday, when self-guided gallery tours may be taken. The museum is closed on major holidays.
Parking: Limited street parking and pay-to-park garages are available. The Farragut West station on Metro's Orange and Blue lines and the Farragut North station on the Red Line are less than a 10-minute walk from the museum.
Admission: A $5 donation is suggested.
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