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Photo Credit: Linda Cheney

Photo Credit: Linda Cheney

The Josephine Herrick Project believes that the camera is an empowering tool for communities. It enables and empowers them to describe and define themselves, rather than being the mute subjects of another’s lens.

Over the Spring and Summer 2019, the Josephine Herrick Project will be offering free photography classes to residents of Queensbridge Houses, in Long Island City, at the local Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Center.

The project involves teaching over 150 residents through regular photography classes, weekend workshops, and special events over the spring, summer and fall 2019.

The best of all students’ work will be exhibited in and around Queensbridge Houses, the streets, the gardens and the local riverside park over the summer and fall 2019.

ABOUT THE F-STOP PROJECT

ABOUT THE F-STOP PROJECT


IMAGES BY SENIORS

IMAGES BY SENIORS


IMAGES BY YOUTH

IMAGES BY YOUTH


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CLASSES & WORKSHOPS


IMAGES BY ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

IMAGES BY ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS


IMAGES FROM PAST EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS

IMAGES FROM PAST EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS


EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS

EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS


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IMAGES BY INTERGENERATIONAL CLASSES


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