50 E. Freedom Way
Cincinnati (Downtown), OH 45202
Sep. 20, 2014 – Dec. 14, 2014
Tues–Sat:11 am–5 pm
New Voices is a series of photographic images and text revealing the stories of veterans in dependent situations. New Voices reveals excerpts from six graphic novels, the collaborative photography program between the School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) and Joseph House. Students from SCPA and residents from Joseph House engaged in six photo shoots around the Joseph House in order to explore architectural and historic sites. SCPA students also recorded the residents' personal narratives and illustrated these narratives with photographs, giving literal and symbolic meaning to the personal journey of each resident in text and images.
Joseph House is an agency that serves veterans struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a debilitating condition that has led many returning veterans to homelessness and substance dependency related to their trauma. SCPA is a world-class public arts school where dedicated students prepare for a lifelong involvement in artistic and scholastic pursuits.
Admission Information: $14.00
Nov. 10, 2014
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, 50 E. Freedom Way | Cincinnati, OH 45202
The challenges and sacrifices of obtaining and preserving freedom by means of war is the topic of this panel discussion on Monday, November 10 at 2 pm. The panel discussion will also redress the impact of the Black Brigade of Cincinnati and the continuum of military service from the perspective of the African-American experience.
Tickets: $10 general/ $5 students. Free to FotoFocus Passport Holders and Freedom Center Members. RSVP recommended at 513-333-7737.