About the participants
Michael Dax Iacovone and Billy Friebele, working with the 10 Miles Square photographers, will create the initial photo installation at MLK Library. Everyone is encouraged to submit a photo to add to the exhibition.
Michael Dax Iacovone is an artist and a teacher. He holds a BS in Photography and Art Education from the State University of NY, and an MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art. He has exhibited his work in Baltimore, MD; Brooklyn, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Sarajevo, Bosnia, St.Louis, MO; and Washington, DC. Mike has lived in Washington DC since 1999 but misses his voting rights. He has walked through every square mile of the city, and regardless of where you ask him about, he will always reply "It's really not that far."
Billy Friebele lives and works in Washington, DC. He received an MFA in Studio Art from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Billy has exhibited in Baltimore, MD; New York, NY; Colorado; St. Louis, MO; Detroit, MI and Washington, DC among other places. Friebele’s work examines the intersection of new media and public space. He teaches as an Assistant Professor of Digital Media at St. Mary's College of Maryland.
Ten Miles Square is a venture to promote local photographers through independent, art supporting businesses, while also nurturing a new generation of collectors by offering real art at affordable prices. If you are interested in the work of any of the artists featured on this site or in our exhibits, please email Heather Goss.
Cultural Development Corporation is a participant in the Creative Communities program of Leveraging Investments in Creativity, funded by the Ford Foundation and the Kresge Foundation. Additional support for the Creative Communities Fund is generously provided by The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region.