Nashua Public Library to Host Photography Exhibit for Youth on Wednesday
NASHUA, NH — The Nashua Public Library will host a day-long photography exhibit next week featuring the work of local school-aged children.
The 6th edition of the PhotoVoice Gallery will be on display from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the library, located at 2 Court Street. The project is sponsored by Nashua City’s Division of Public Health and Community Services (DCS).
The theme of this year’s event is “Who/what makes you resilient?” »
PhotoVoice is a global program that enables individuals to explore important topics within a community and express themselves through photography.
According to the organizers of the project, the objectives of PhotoVoice are: to allow young participants to record and reflect the strengths and concerns of their community, to promote critical dialogue on community issues and to provide a visual representation of the experiences communities in a public health context, while engaging decision makers and stakeholders.
“The project enables young people to break down communication barriers that often prevent them from voicing their concerns,” organizers said in a statement.
PhotoVoice is supported locally by the Nashua Police Athletic League, Boys and Girls Club of Greater Nashua, Boys and Girls Club of Souhegan Valley, and Nashua 21st Century.