Exhibition: Four Young People; Two Photovoice Projects
Mar 8, 2012, 5pm-6:15pm
From lecture hall to art gallery, Photovoice proves a flexible cross-disciplinary way for artists, researchers, teachers, and community workers to engage with young people about what is most important to them.
We are pleased to invite you to a panel and discussion by youth on at York University. Three panellists will present Photovoice, a collaboration between the Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children & Youth (OPACY), Westview Centennial Secondary School, Success Beyond Limits, The Spot and The AGYU (Art Gallery of York University), which culminated in an exhibition in Feb. 4 to 20, 2011. One panellist will present her Photovoice work as a participant in a student research project in March 2011, which is now part of the Canadian Children’s Culture Collection. Four Young People; Two Photovoice Projects is hosted by Worlds of Childhood, a foundations course offered by York's Children’s Studies Program, Department of Humanities, with support from the Humanities Foundation Program.
Admission is free. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Photovoice posters from the AGYU art exhibition available free!
|Location:||109 Accolade West Building|
|Sponsor:||Children's Studies Program and Humanities Foundation Program|
|Posted by:||Krys Verrall|