Carnegie Institution for Science
1530 P St NW, Washington, DC 20005
As award ceremony photographers, we know that not just any venue will do. You have to check for space, lighting, seating, and presentation options. For an award ceremony, you want to host the event at a regal venue as distinguished as the guests you are honoring. One of our favorite places for prestigious ceremonies is the Carnegie Institution for Science.
This modern-designed and fully-equipped venue boasts seven unique spaces to host anything from intimate gatherings to large Oscar-esque presentations, and their staff has specific expertise in award ceremonies among other reputable events.
Built in the early 1900s, the historic neoclassical structure was originally designed as the administrative building for “Andrew Carnegie’s institution for discovery, the facility is home to staff dedicated to furthering the philanthropist’s mission.” So, when you host your event here, you are not only celebrating the achievements of your participants but also supporting Carnegie’s philanthropic vision – a win-win!
The architecture alone is enough to impress your guests: stately white columns, ornate crown molding, arched entryways, and grand ceilings make you feel like you are stepping into another world. Grandeur meets state of the art accommodations.
And if that is not enough, the Carnegie Institution for Science has preserved and incorporated historic details throughout the facility that will pique your guests interests and wow them with vibrant pieces of history.
Just like the Carnegie Institution’s exceptional expertise in hosting noteworthy events, our team at Even Photojournalism excels in capturing them. Even in the most difficult lighting, we are able to capture the real laughter, heartfelt gratitude, and sincere interactions throughout the ceremony. We’re there for the glamorous pre-ceremony red carpet photos can anticipate perfect timing for the iconic smile and handshake as honorees receive their awards.
Let us help you capture those moments. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.