Photography+Race: The Image Of You And Me

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Vox Culture's first creative workshop of the year takes place with ‘Photography + Race: The Image of You and Me’. The event is part of our on-going 2017 theme tackling the subject of race titled, Know Your Neighbors.

The event seeks to educate guests and use creative tools to bring together and facilitate conversations amongst our diverse community on the subject of race. Guests are encouraged to bring friend or colleagues to partake in this engaging workshop meant to bring a greater sense and understanding of each other. Please BRING YOUR digital camera or cellular phone with photo taking capability to participate!

Professional photographer Judit German-Heins will be the lecturer for this event, together with the assistance and collaboration of reknowned portrait artist, Romeo Clay Robinson. In addition to the outcome of engaging in a conversation of race via photography, the event will help teach guests how to improve their individual photo taking skills and how to capture details such as a person’s expression or emotion.

This will be a very limited seating event, therefore RSVP is mandatory and MUST REGISTER BY Thursday, May 4, 2017!!! Guests will be assigned to small groups based on their ticket color selection. Due to the importance of creating equally balanced groups for this event, there is a “commitment fee” of $5.00 per group (FREE for students as long as valid school ID is presented at the door!

Please select and print your ticket via to reserve your spot!

TICKET INSTRUCTIONS: FOR PEOPLE WANTING MORE THAN ONE TICKET... ONCE YOU PURCHASE YOUR COLORED TICKET, YOU MAY THEN REGISTER UP TO 4 MORE GUESTS FOR FREE (Find the specific ticket for extra guests among the ticket options). Call (713) 292-4331 regarding inquiries or clarification!

Inquiries may be directed to Shen Ge at

‘Photography + Race: The Image of You and Me’ will be hosted at Vox Culture’s facility and presented in collaboration with Iconoclast Sessions and Project Curate.

Image Credit: Judit German-Heins
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By: Vox Culture