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life living life: an evening of photography for the children of Japan and S...

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Tokyo American Club

Minato-ku, Tōkyō-to 106-0032

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Life Living Life is an evening of photography by Michael Sloyer to benefit the children of Japan and SE Asia. All proceeds from the evening will be donated to Hagar International and Kid's Door, two organizations committed to sustainably improving the lives of people in need through support, education, and job training.

Tickets are 10,000 yen each, and the purchase of every ticket includes a limited hardcover edition of Michael's photography book “Imagining Reality.” Drinks and light appetizers will be served.

Life Living life はマイケル·スロイヤーによる写真を日本の、そして東南アジアの子供達へ捧げるチャリティーパーティーであり、今夜のイベントの全ての収益はHagar Internationalとキッズドアの2つのNPOに送られます。この2つのNPOはこれまで子どもたちへ教育、職業訓練などをサポートし彼らの暮らしをより良くするための活動を行なっている団体です。

お一人様10,000円とさせて頂き、全ての来場者の方にはフォトグラフブックをお渡しします。ドリンク、フードを用意しております、是非皆様のご来場お待ち申し上げます。

Life Living Life

Look around you. Life living life.
But what does living life really mean?

For me, living life means connection.
Living life means connection to the here and the now.
Living life means connection to my beating heart and pumping blood.
Living life means connection to my feelings of awe.
Living life means connection to the oneness of it all.
Living life means connection to the part of me that is conscious of being conscious.
Living life means connection to the way things are and the way things are not.
Living life means connection to humanity.

Some see photography as an art, a job, or a hobby. For me, photography is like life. Photography is connection.

Photography is connection to the people I have never met.
Photography is connection to the faces I cannot see.
Photography is connection to the emotions I have never felt.
Photography is connection to the beauty in the mundane.
Photography is connection to the transient moments that are once and never again.
Photography is connection to the organized chaos of the world.
Photography is connection to a common human spark.
Photography is connection to the notion that "this is it."
Photography is connection to the life living life all around me.

With gratitude,
Michael Sloyer

www.michaelsloyer.com

www.hagarinternational.org

www.kidsdoor.net

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