San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join US! For the opening Reception for the Everybody Needs Someone, Aging-Out of Foster Care Project by SalaamGarageNYC.
Join many of the photographers, writers, and subjects from this important humanitarian media project about the challenges youth face when they age out of the foster care system in NY. There will be a presentation starting around 1:30pm, so please try to be there early.
The show runs from June 16-September 2, 2012 at The Long Island Children's Museum.
Ian Spanier, Heather Walsh, Moya McAllister, Matt Furman, Jordan Hollender, Robert Hooman, Amelia Coffaro, Lisa Weatherbee, Alejandra Villa, Jim Sewastynowicz, Bruce Byers, William Vazquez, Yvonne Allaway
Moya McAllister, Tommy Hallissey, Carrie Vining Spanier, Mollie Neal, Dimitra Kessenides, Amy Kolz, Patty Paine, Shannon Green, Daphne Eviatar, Luke Whyte, Amy Sernatinger, Vanessa Arriola
RSVP not required but encouraged. Without RSVP, museum admission is $11.
(You do not need to print your Ticket, the list will be at the front desk)
WHAT TO BRING:
The LICM and SalaamGarageNYC are hosting a gift card drive to help the young people profiled in the show and others like them with everyday expenses. Donate your unused gift cards. Buy new gift cards. Gift debit cards work too!
Key Foods, Target, KMart, Duane Reade, Staples, Old Navy, Gap, Macy's, Men's Warehouse, Barnes and Noble, DSW, Bed Bath & Beyond , T-Mobile, ATT, Verizon (cell phone credits and gift cards for prepaid cell phones) are examples of stores in both LI and NYC.
If you have a smart phone: please have a QR reader application downloaded. Each of the stories in the exhibition are QR coded so older teens and adults can access the full stories that go with each group of photographs.
When & Where
SalaamGarageNYC fascilitates meaningful storytelling. We build teams of local professional media makers who are committed to creating photography and journalism about the causes they care about. Professional photographers, writers, journalists, and videographers join the group to create and share media projects to move and inspire positive social change.