Featuring: Amy Nan, Brandon Larracuente, Carmen Figueroa, Christian Campos, Darius Santiago, Elaine Vega, Fion Wong, Idalia Gonzalez, Julian Tiburcio, Kristelle Louis, Mason Chan, Shawn Dobey, Teddy Espinal, Wellington Nunez, and Yanique Hayes.
This spring, 15 young people from neighborhoods across Brooklyn were able to participate in a digital photography internship that taught a documentary style of photography focused on issues related to their neighborhoods and self-exploration. The goals of this program were to empower participants, develop their personal voice as artists, and teach them to harness the power of visual storytelling.
The JustArts Photography Internship project was administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC) and funded by New York Councilmember Carlos Menchaca. It is a collaboration between three Brooklyn organizations – The Red Hook Community Justice Center (a project of the Center for Court Innovation/Fund for the City of New York), Brooklyn Arts Council, and United Photo Industries.
The Brooklyn Arts Council is a service organization dedicated to helping artists, arts organizations and community groups promote and sustain the arts.
United Photo Industries (UPI) is a New York based nonprofit organization that works to promote a wider understanding of, and increased access to, the art of photography.
Since its founding in 2011, UPI has rapidly solidified its position in the public art landscape by continuing to showcase thought-provoking, challenging, and exceptional photography from across the globe. In its first seven years, UPI has presented the work of more than 2,500 visual artists in gallery exhibitions and public art installations worldwide.
Red Hook: A Journey Through Our Lens
Featuring: Various Artists
LocationsView Location Details Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 5 Uplands
Location open 24 hours