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Griffin Museum of Photography
Now in its seventeenth year, Photosynthesis connects approximately 25 students with each other and professional photographers, artists and curators. Using photography as a visual language, student's increase their vocabulary to communicate about themselves and the world around them. Interacting with fellow students from different programs, backgrounds and schools the students create a capsule of who they are in this moment, learning from each other to create a united exhibition showcasing all they have learned during the program.
Students from Burlington High School -
Lindsay Bullock, Caileigh Connolly, Samantha Goneau, Mary Kate Hayes, Alyssa LoCicero, Alexander McGillvray, Georgia Doherty, Zachary Doucette, Lindsey Lavioe, Caroline Sciarratta, Isabelle James, Paul Fauller and Navya Garg
Students from Winchester High School -
Alex Azzarra, Neave Bunting, Ibny Xian Crookson, Claire English, Marly Exantus, Sophia Lubin, McKenna McDaniels, Athena Wang, Zoe Xanthopoulos
The Griffin Museum of Photography, Judkin's Pond, Jenk's Center and Winchester High School
Creating a photographic walking trail around Judkin’s Pond, where the Griffin Museum is located, the Fence is a public photo installation showcasing national, international and New England artists. This year we also bring sidewalk art to downtown Winchester, featuring contemporary New England based photographic artists and featured images from the Arthur Griffin archives.
The Griffin Museum with Photoville and Winchester Cultural District bring the Fence to Winchester, featuring 13 installations in photographic partnerships with the United Nations, Atlantic Magazine and Leica Camera USA, featuring the creativity and community of women and BIPOC artists alongside our local New England Photographic Community, highlighting the people and communities they inhabit.
The Griffin and Winchester High School features Photosynthesis, work from WHS and Burlington High School.
Plastic Spring, a site specific installation conceived by Mary McKenna and commissioned artist Stefanie Timmerman.
Join Tufts University Professor Emeritus John Kreifeldt for a presentation on Taiwan’s Indigenous and mountain dwelling Atayal tribal people. Learn how weaving formed the heart and soul of this tribal culture, a tradition that was passed down from mother to daughter over the generations. But during the 1895–1945 Japanese occupation, the Atayal were forbidden to weave or wear their traditional dress which severed these mother-to-daughter transfers resulting in the loss of this knowledge, ending weaving and the culture quickly decayed. The information for this illustrated and non-technical talk was gathered from visits to Taiwan over a period of 20 years. Register required. Register at www.jenkscenter.org
Sponsored by a generous grant from the John and Mary Murphy Educational Foundation.
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