Currently the gallery is closed due to COVID-19 restrictions and considerations.
Pepco is invested in organizations that support education, the environment, arts and culture, and community and neighborhood development programs. With a proven track record in addressing community needs, we focus our support on programs that can deliver measurable and sustainable improvements in the communities in which we serve.
Through Edison Place Gallery, Pepco is committed to working with nonprofit arts organizations to sponsor a series of diverse, high quality art exhibits representing the breadth and diversity of the region while supporting our core business objectives.
The gallery space provides exposure and recognition opportunities for the nonprofits we partner with and the many artists they represent. As a reminder the gallery is currently closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.
A colorful feather sits on the table at Brightwood on January 14, 2020. The feather is as bright as the students at Brightwood. This is Everyday DC because kids like to make and create beautiful artwork. The feather has different colors because everyone is not the same. Be yourself!
This picture was taken on the sidewalk of Whittier Education Campus. The fence around the school shows that it is safe.
Happy sisters have each other’s back.
This is Michael, he is thinking about ow this school is great and that God gave us a challenge to complete at Brightwood Education Campus.
The day is bright and blue, and the field is a large green shape. My eye traces the black fence outline and then counts the cars in a pattern at the bottom of the image.
The subject of this photo is a rainy Monday at Columbia Heights Education Campus. It is Everyday DC because some days it rains. February 11, 2020.
This photo was taken on my friend’s birthday, where we decided to go to Starbucks to celebrate. We all liked the idea of photo shoots and very glamorous things, so we took photos as the sun set after we had gotten our drinks. I really liked the really strong colors in the photo, namely the yellow and red jackets, and the overall flow of the picture.
En un momento puedes creer que esto sea una locura pero, la fotografía y el arte te puede indentificar tu vidas tus metas.
I don’t care where I go after I die but I know it's going to be a long ride.
Changing your perspective makes new views for my photos even if that means laying on the ground waiting for someone's shoes to turn. We looked for leading lines made from objects not actual lines this day.
The two men are my mom’s choir members, Christian (left) and Angelo (right). One of the pre-concert shenanigans displayed here is tying a bow tie. Angel needed help with his since his hands were occupied. This is my Everyday DC because my mom has been a classical singer for years. I was jut born into it!
On a very rainy and foggy day at Brightwood EC, we decided to go outside to see our school in an angle of texture with raindrops when it’s rainy. From the inside of the school we see how raindrops hit the window when we couldn’t get outside for recess.
This is Brightwood Education Campus. Students are outside taking pictures. This is where Middle and Elementary School students come every day to learn and have fun.
This is a picture of shoes, it promotes swag. It represents Everyday DC because this is where people sit and chill. January 2020.
On a very rainy and foggy day at Brightwood EC, we decided to go outside to see our school in an angle of texture with raindrops when it’s rainy. From the inside of the school we see how raindrops hit the window when we couldn’t get outside for recess
This is a picture of my dog after walking in the rain. His hair got messy so I wrapped him up in a blanket to dry him off and then I brushed his hair and wiped his feet off. He loves the attention and I like it because I get to spend time with him. I do this every time I walk him in the rain.
I took a picture of the painting because I feel like every day does count at Sousa Middle School or in D.C.P.S. schools in general because they pay for these programs for students.
We studied "Dollar Street" to learn about families income all around the world. I learned that I am considered "rich" and this drawer is considered "rich" and I've never felt "rich" but now I'm at least grateful for what I have.
Michael and Sharif in the back of Wheatley Education Campus just doing random things. This shows how Wheatley lets you be yourself. Photo taken on February 5, 2020.
The charm of old Hollywood comes to life at the Avalon Theater on Connecticut Ave.
The shoes: Walking a path through middle school.
A school keyboard, view from the side to make a leading line from the little path between the letters. The letters also make a repeating pattern of shape.
Antwon having fun in the hallway near the art room at Wheatley Education Campus where we walk and play every day. February 5, 2020.
The reflecting puddle shows us how middle school students reflect over who they are as a person.