I’ve been waiting and waiting to go to this exhibit! And I’m not going to lie to you . . . I feel cooler when I get to go to these types of events. It’s a good departure from dinner and a movie date night.
July 2, 2010 – 6-9pm
26 West Center Street, Provo UT – (Map) Two doors West of Los Hermanos, and 1/2 block West of Justin Hackworth Photography
Come join us for the 30 Strangers exhibit on July 2.
How did one photographer and 30 strangers team up to help local victims of domestic violence? Find out when art and activism come together at a downtown Provo gallery on Friday, July 2.
Featuring the work of Justin Hackworth, the “30 Strangers III: Portraits of Mothers & Daughters” exhibit will raise funds for the Center for Women & Children in Crisis.
For each day in April 2010 Justin Hackworth photographed a mother and daughter he had never met before. Instead of the usual session fee, Hackworth asked participants to make donations the the Center for Women and Children in Crisis.
The fundraising continues
On July 2 at the opening reception, you can schedule your own mother-daughter portrait session with Justin Hackworth for a $75 donation to the Center.
Everyone’s invited. Don’t be a stranger.
Additional gallery hours
July 3 & 5 12pm – 8pm
July 6-9 2pm – 5pm
AND I got to be one of the peeps in pictures! He tried me get me to give him a fully serious face, but I couldn’t fully pull it off.
See you there!