3rd Annual Human Rights Day Show: Chicago Alliance of
African American Photographers.
Topics covered in the exhibition include:
- - Trayvon Martin protests
- - Chicago Violence
- - Chicago Torture
- - Reparations
- - The Million Man March (1995) and how it is relevant today
- - Detroit Water Shutoffs
Photographers: Chandra Abernathy, Farrad Ali, Michael Bracey, Abena Sharon Dale, Gerard Evans, Larry Redmond, Duane Savage, Crystal Wiley-Brown
URI-EICHEN Gallery |
2101 South Halsted
Group Show Artist Discussion 8pm
Live Music with Kara Jackson 9pm
The mission of the Chicago Alliance of African-American Photographers is:
- To photographically document the culture, society, and history of African-Americans, its communities, residents and their ethnic exchange in the Greater Chicago area and throughout the world.
- To promote the work of professional and amateur photographers through sponsored exhibitions, publications, lectures and education in the field of photography, and its related genre.
- To Use our photographic images and expertise to inform the public and our community about the importance of photography as an informative and creative medium of expression. http://www.caaap.org
All events are free and open to the public!
For more info firstname.lastname@example.org. Chicago Alliance of African American Photographers Human Rights Day Show open by appointment through January 2, 2015- for an appointment call 312 852 7717
Special thanks to Farrad Ali and Larry Redmond!
2015, so far:
: People at Work: Michael James
: SEEING RED! Cartoons by Gary Huck and Mike Konopacki
: Killed, Paintings from Colm McCarthy
: Joe Hill 100 Years Part 4: James Wechsler
URI-EICHEN Gallery 2101 South Halsted
CHICAGO Illinois 60608
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