Posted by: bpcweb | April 2, 2010

Boston Neighborhood Project Opens Tomorrow

Millennum Park, West Roxbury by Gail Fischer

For the past three years, 26 BPC members have documented Boston neighborhoods and we’re excited for the first exhibition! This project began as an expansion of our “Public Garden Project” which has been held during the past four summers. As Boston-area photographers, we thought it most important to document our own urban environment.

We invite you to attend the opening of our first exhibition on Wednesday evening. The exhibition has been curated by Banafsheh Ehtemam, and co-organized by Katherine Kominis and Sanjay Subbanna. Each BPC member who created a photo documentary of a Boston neighborhood will exhibit one photo from their portfolio. From 7 to 8 p.m., the photographers will host a discussion and will show additional photos. Please come to see some great photos, hear about documentary photography, and support BPC members!

North End Waterfront - Kurt Swanson

Wednesday, April 7th from 6-8 PM
Brookline Public Library, main branch
361 Washington St., Brookline 2nd floor, Hunneman Hall
(Elevator, wheelchair-accessible)

For viewing from April 6 to April 27, please check the library’s website on the day you plan to visit, click on events, and if “HH” is not listed as a meeting site, the room will be open for viewing during regular library hours. (You might want to call the main information number to be sure, and please note, meetings can be scheduled daily, and the room will then be closed to viewers).
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