Posted by: bpcweb | March 6, 2009

Exhibit: What Peace Means to Me

The photography exhibit What Peace Means to Me is the culmination of the collaborative joint project between Roots & Shoots, the Boston Photography Center and the Griffin Museum of Photography launched at the Roots & Shoots New England Regional Youth Summit. The photography project promotes youth voice and leadership through photographic art and answers the question of what peace means to each individual. Each participant looked within themselves, their lives, their environment and their community to create his or her own answer to the question.

To celebrate this inspirational project, please join us at the Griffin Museum [map] for a reception on March 28, 2009 from 3:00 – 5:00 PM. To RSVP, please call 781-729-1158 or email photos@griffinmuseum.org.

The exhibit runs from March 20th-29th.

The exhibit was curated by Banafsheh Ehtemam, founder of the Boston Photography Center, and Paul Tognarelli, executive director of the Griffin Museum of Photography.

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