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Visibility Project Comes to Philly

A national portrait + video project dedicated to the Queer Asian American Women, Trans, and Gender non-conforming communities. The Visibility Project breaks barriers through powerful imagery and storytelling.

CONFIRMED DATE

Sunday, June 23, 2013

LOCATION

William Way LGBT Community Center
1315 Spruce St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE

This project is open to Queer Asian American Women, Gender non-conforming, and Trans people only. If you are a gay/bi asian american cis male, or queer person of non Asian/Asian American descent, please let me know asap. You can support us by donating, volunteering, or spreading the word.

ABOUT THE SHOOT

Each session takes about 60 minutes. It begins with mellow interview questions like: Where were you born? How old are you? What’s your ethnicity? Why did you choose to participate? The second part still photography.

IMAGE + VIDEO USE

All media will be posted on the Visibility Project website, facebook, and Vimeo page, with other potential future uses such as media releases, articles, lectures, exhibitions, book, etc.

CAN I USE THE IMAGES?

Participants will receive 3-5 images via email and can use them for their facebook pages, bio images, promotion, etc. HOWEVER, the photographer & project must receive photo credit, and commercial/publication use must receive pre-approval in writing. We also super appreciate links to our website and facebook pages.

Eventbrite - Visibility Project  //  Philadelphia, PA
We work on a first come first serve basis, if you can’t make your session please let us know asap so other folks can participate!

For more information check out http://www.visibilityproject.org

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