NOT JUST US is an exhibition of photography by youth ranging in age from 14-18. Works in the show fuse art and activism in an exploration of key concepts found in the eight Unitarian Universalist principles.
Justice, equity, dignity and conscience act as a lens through which these young artists tell the story of their world as it is, and as it could be.
The works curated for NOT JUST US were created in a 10-week teen photography workshop titled ALL 8, a Community Church Religious Education Program designed by Jil Novenski, Director of Religious Education for Children & Youth and will be featured online at Gallery35nyc.com, from July1 - August 31.
Partnering with our Community
CCNY Children & Youth were invited to think about matters of inequity and injustice in all areas of life, and to create activist art to be featured in the Gallery35NYC Annual Social Justice Exhibit titled Re-Imagine, and as a digital art quilt video presentation in the
2020 Full Participation is a Human Right Conference and Arts Festival sponsored by The Community Service Society of New York.
Amazing work kids!
The Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist