FORT HOPE YOUTH PHOTOVOICE EXHIBIT & THE GRIZZLIES SCREENING

Date(s)
June 19 at 4 PM – Jun 21 at 9 PM
Location
Rehearsal Hall
Presenter
True North Aid
On Wednesday:
- 4-8pm PhotoVoice Exhibit open for viewing | 7:00 PM Showing 'Tell My Story', a short film about the project
- large canvases are available for raffle
- small canvases available for silent auction
- 8x10 prints available for purchase for $10 each
 
On Thursday: **Fort Hope Student Photographers Visiting and Hosting"
- 4-8pm PhotoVoice Exhibit open for viewing | 7:00 PM Showing 'Tell My Story', a short film about the project
- large canvases are available for raffle
- small canvases available for silent auction
- 8x10 prints available for purchase for $10 each
 
On Friday: **Fort Hope Student Photographers Visiting and Hosting (5pm-9pm)"
- 9-6pm PhotoVoice Exhibit open for viewing | 6:00 PM Showing 'Tell My Story', a short film about the project | *6:30 Screening The Grizzlies
- large canvases are available for raffle
- small canvases available for silent auction
- 8x10 prints available for purchase for $10 each
*The Grizzlies is a free screening but tickets are limited and must be reserved via EventBrite
*Admission to movie by donation

 

 

View the incredible photographs of children ages 10 - 15 old years from Fort Hope FN in a digital and traditional display of pictures

You are invited to attend this one-of-a-kind True North Aid Event June 19 - 21. This is Good Ally Project's first PhotoVoice initiative featuring the photography of Eabametoong First Nation (Fort Hope) youth.View the incredible photographs of children ages 10 - 15 years old in a digital and traditional display of pictures at the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning in Kingston, ON.In addition to this display, come and meet a few of the participating youth photographers visiting from Fort Hope. Watch a short film on how this project evolved and stay for a Q & A with the youth as well as project leads Katie and Steve Koopman.Large canvases of the high school youth will be raffled over the this 3-day event and winners will be contacted Friday evening.8x10 canvases will also be raffled featuring the work of the junior photographers who participated.On Friday, June 21st, celebrate Indigenous People's Day by viewing the gallery and stay to watch the highly acclaimed Indigenous Canadian movie The Grizzlies. *Tickets are only needed if you wish to attend The Grizzlies and are limited to 60 people for this watching movie.DATES AND TIMES:Wednesday, June 19th: 4:00pm to 8:00pmThursday, June 20th: 4:00pm to 8:00pmFriday, June 21st: 9:00pm to 6:00PMTELL MY STORY (Short Documentary by REGI STUDENTS ) at `10AM, 12PM, 2PM and 6PM*6PM TELL MY STORY SCREENING to be followed by Q&A from students of Fort Hope FN*6:45PM - THE GRIZZLIES screening **Donations are invited to cover the cost of the movie as there is no charge for this viewing.