Faces of Hope Series at City Hall
I am so happy to be able to share this series at Fresno's City Hall! This has opened up the visibility of this project to not just art connoisseurs but to the general public as well. The exhibition is on the ground floor where people from all walks of life come in to take care of business like buying permits, parking passes and pay water bills. The response has been fantastic as people get a glimpse of life on the other side of our planet while seeing what people from our community are capable of abroad. For more information see the book here, go down to City Hall this month or send me an email!
Below is an overview of the show and photos from the opening reception. Thank you so much to those who attended!
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