Reflex-tions: Through the Looking-Glass
Presented byLion’s Tooth Project
Thursday, September 19th | 4.30PM – 6PM
Join Lion’s Tooth Project youth on a panel discussion featuring their photographic work Reflex-tions,on an exploration of self through portraiture utilizing pinhole photography, mirrors, and creative writing.
In photography, mirrors direct light to create an image. What would it look like to dive into the looking glass in search of the stories and truths we hold within? Their work is the beginning of a beautiful photographic journey to collectively reflect on our own images and stories through time and space.
Moderated by Natalia Guerrero Founder & Director of Lion’s Tooth Project (LTP), Miyagi Scott and Daniel-José Cyan Peer Lead’s of LTP.
PRESENTING ORGANIZATION BIO
Lion’s Tooth Project is a community-based organization inspiring youth to have more agency over their own wellness, healing, and personal stories through photography and earth medicine. We center and uplift the voices of LGBTQIA+, immigrant, Black/Indigenous, POC, and allied youth, to foster self-awareness, community building, and social change.
We believe in the healing power of community, story-telling, art and connection to the earth. Our programs explore these core components through our young herbalist and photography apprenticeships for young people aged 13-24.
We connect youth with organizations, educators, healers, elders, and artists in the community to build a network of practice that supports their life journey. Committed to the continuous learning and unlearning as space-holders, we offer training for educators seeking to create more inclusive and affirming spaces for youth.
To apply, or find out more about our programs, email us at [email protected] or link in bio on Instagram.