July 27, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Studio Theatre
part of a series on Intention
About the speaker
Carl Maynard, an Air Force Veteran & Community Organizer, is the founder of Walk With Locals - a photo community founded in DC that lives by the principle of “know your city, know your neighbors, community built off inclusivity.” What started as a small local photo meet-up community has since launched in to a world wide community through the use of the #walkwithlocals tag. Since launching in March of 2016, WWL has hosted 53 photo meet-ups total, including cities such as Baltimore, Philly, NYC and Vienna, Austria. Their walks are free to attend and all skill levels of photography are welcome to join. From the hobbyist to the iPhone photographer, WWL is working to build community IRL and sees photographing their city as common ground for everyone to begin.
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Studio Theatre is Washington’s premier venue for contemporary theatre, “where local audiences will find today’s edgiest playwrights” (Variety). Studio produces the work of today’s greatest writers, augmented by occasional productions of modern classics. Studio’s work is marked by its emphasis on excellence in acting and design, and the signature intimacy of its four theatres, all of which seat fewer than 225 patrons.