Life After War: Disturbed Photo Exhibition
Nov 8, 2019 to Dec 2, 2019
09:00 AM until 09:00 PM
This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).
Amy Kaslow, Life After War: Disturbed
Location: Vassar College’s Old Bookstore Gallery at the College Center
Showing November 8 to December 2
Amy Kaslow is an award-winning journalist, who writes about and photographs at-risk societies around the globe. Her Life After War series examines deeply scarring trauma, sexual violence, gang control, human trafficking, and environmental threats. Chronicling the immediate and long-term aftermath of conflict, her narratives and images convey the human resilience that meets threatening, often deadly challenges. Life After War: Disturbed looks at the impact on mental health in 15 countries with striking large-scale images and accompanying storyboards in a soaring, large, and light-filled space. Looking for journalism with solutions? Visit www.amykaslow.com.
The Old Bookstore Gallery at the College Center
124 Raymond Ave
The Consortium on Forced Migration, Displacement, and Education at Vassar College
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