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Monday, June 25 • 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Structure Closing Party

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A celebration to conclude the Benevolent Media Festival.

 

Join us for “Structure,” a party set against a backdrop of stunning images taken by photojournalists dedicated to using their craft for social change. Whether shot in the field or displayed in your home, these compelling visual stories inspire viewers to celebrate human dignity and support sustainable development in communities worldwide.

 

Prints will be available for purchase at the event. Sizes range from 8” x 10” to 30” x 40” and print prices range from $50 - $1,000. 25% of proceeds from prints sales benefit participating photojournalists and 50% benefit Architecture for Humanity and Architecture for Humanity - Washington DC chapter, a non-profit design services firm committed to building a more sustainable future through the power of professional design.

 

Architecture for Humanity's DC Chapter will also be featuring a small-scale 3D model of [IIII] Box, a fresh initiative that promotes community development by repurposing recycled cargo containers to activate vacant lots and bring positive change to neighborhoods throughout Washington, DC. The [IIII] Box aims to be self-sustainable, green and flexible enough to adapt to different communities and their respective needs. Learn more: http://www.boxcollective.org/.

 

Raffle items by Photoshelter and Zipcar!

 

Doors open at 6pm

$10 online

$15 at the door

Includes complimentary drinks and appetizers

All proceeds to benefit Architecture for Humanity 

 

Enter our raffle: PhotoShelter, the leader in portfolio websites for photographers, gives away a FREE Standard Account, a $329 value with 60 GB of space to archive and market thousands of your high quality photographs.

 

Hosted by: Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

Curated by: Nuru Project

To benefit: Architecture for Humanity


Monday June 25, 2012 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams 1526 14th St NW Washington, DC 20005

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