ONE OF US: HOW WE SEE IT
January 16–26, 2020
CSUN students and members of the homeless community partnered in a participatory photography project at the Holy Family Service Center of the St. Charles Borromeo Church in North Hollywood. The students were paired with individuals from the community who frequent the site for a variety of services, teaching them basic photography skills with an emphasis on street photography theory and practice.
Opening reception Saturday, January 18 at 3:00 pm featuring The Bench by Robert Galinsky, RSVP here.
Featured in the Los Angeles Times- When homeless people tell their own stories, we should listen and not turn away
Participants in One of Us
Activists and Social Services
How We See It and the Museum featured in the L.A. Times article When homeless people tell their own stories, we should listen and not turn away.