Sharon Camille Farmer was the first African American woman to be hired as a White House photographer and first woman to be director of the White House Photography Office. Born and raised in Washington, D.C., she began her career as a freelance photographer. She worked for the Smithsonian Institution, the Washington Post, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She documented news stories, political campaigns, cultural events, conferences, and portraits. This retrospective at the Corner (with no official title as of yet) will have Farmer’s archived photos from throughout her career on display. Nov. 19–Feb. 27 at the Corner at Whitman-Walker. Free.