Photojournalism, Activism and the New Technology
I’m part of a panel discussion this Saturday, Sept. 20th, the year anniversary of the march on Jena, Louisiana. I’ll be speaking with photographer Jim Alexander at Hammonds House Museum in Atlanta, GA, from 2-5pm. This discussion is in conjunction with “The Jena Project“, my exhibition that’s currently on view at Opal Gallery, through Sept. 27th.
I’ll try and upload some pictures of the installation for those of you who are interested, but far away, and there are plans to record the discussion as well, for the same reason. If you’re local, I’ll see you there!
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