A Little Something: The Denver Refugee Women’s Craft Initiative is pleased to present Picture.Me.Here. Building on A Little Something’s mission to promote the empowerment of Denver’s refugee women, ten Bhutanese refugee women met regularly to develop photography skills, relationships and share stories about their new lives in the United States. Join us at the exhibit’s kick off opening benefit!
Opening night for “Picture. Me. Here.” is a ticketed women’s empowerment photography exhibit showcasing refugee women resettled to Denver at the Platte Forum featuring. The night features a Q & A time with the refugee photographers, cultural music, appetizers and beverages.
Through this project refugee participants are empowered to tell their stories and select meaningful photographs to showcase their new lives in the United States. Opening night is a special benefit for A Little Something: The Denver Refugee Women’s Craft Initiative, a new non-profit promoting self sufficiency through the beauty of handmade crafts.
*To give an ammount other than the $25 suggested ticket donation, select the number of tickets, click "Show Other Payment Options" below the green "Order Now" button, then click "Pay Offline". Please, disregard the payment ammount, simply register for the event and bring your donation to Picture.Me.Here opening night.*
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A Little Something
The Denver Refugee Women's Craft Initiative. A Little Something strives to empower refugee women by promoting self-sufficiency through the beauty of handmade crafts.
From ideas to enterprise, the women in the project are mentored and supported by dedicated friends, teachers, and advocates throughout the community.
Participants meet monthly to learn new techniques, choose supplies, turn in finished work, review skills, and receive advice about quality control for their finished products.