SDN’s 10th Anniversary Exhibit Party

Via Social Documentary Network:
Join SDN at the Bronx Documentary Center
Saturday, October 27
Join Us!
7:00-10:00 pm
Bronx Documentary Center/St. Mary’s
364 151st Street, Bronx, NY
Event is free and open to the public
Exhibition of  SDN photographers’ work, live music, projections, food, dancing, fun, and more… 
The SDN Tenth Anniversary Host Committee invites you to attend this celebration:
Bill Aguado, En Foco
Nina Berman, NOOR

Felicia Anastasia, Anastasia Gallery
Lori Grinker, Contact Press Images
Michael Kamber, Bronx Documentary Center
Ed Kashi, VII

Niama Safia Sandy, Anthropologist, Curator, Strategist, Writer

We are having an exhibition and party to celebrate the dedicated and diverse community of documentary photographers that make up the SDN community. We wouldn’t exist without you! Our public debut was at PDN Photo Plus Expo in 2008 where we presented the SDN website with six live exhibits. Today–ten years later– we have presented more than 3,000 documentary exhibits on the website by 2,000 photographers from across the globe.
This flagship event will be a celebration party that will include live music, video, exhibitions, and an acknowledgement of the global documentary community that has made SDN possible.
Featuring music by James Lovell and the Afrigarifuna Music Ambassadors  
 
James Lovell
James Lovell is a passionate educator, activist, multi-instrumentalist and ardent language conservationist. Through his artistic and pedagogical endeavors he works to safeguard Garifuna music, dance and language.

James co-founded Illagulei (Roots), a performing arts company which promotes indigenous Garifuna culture from Central America. James has released four albums, created the “Afri-Garifuna Rhythms” and the Afri-Garifuna Jazz Ensemble and developed a teaching method that uses music to transmit culture which was implemented under UNESCO. He teaches Garifuna workshops in St Vincent, Belize and New York; he is frequently featured in the media and performs at the United Nations and the Smithsonian.

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