Photovoice exhibit on display at USD WH Over Museum
The exhibit, “Photovoice,” begins this Friday and is open during museum hours through Sunday, Oct. 31. “Photovoice” is a showcase of the photography and narratives of American Indian USD students. Sponsored by Sanford Health and the South Dakota Humanities Council, this project raises awareness and provides a forum for American Indian youth, and encourages these students to voice their strengths, challenges and perspectives through photographs.
Persons interested in viewing the photos and reading the narratives are encouraged to attend a reception for “Photovoice” at 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 1 at the W. H. Over Museum, which is located at 1110 University St. Admission is free and refreshments will be provided. For more information, please contact DenYelle Kenyon at (605) 312-6207 or e-mail:
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