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Free Portraits in Taughannock Falls Room Today!

Contributed by Hierald Osorto on 04/01/19 

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Ever wish you were stopped for Humans Of New York? Love photojournalism? Today's your chance to have your portrait taken and displayed later this week via a public lecture in Emerson by an incredible photographer. Come today for a walk in session to share your story and have your portrait taken!

Sponsored by the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life

The exhibit, “A Peace of My Mind” (https://apomm.net), a multimedia installation that uses photography and storytelling to engage diverse communities in the big questions of life is on display in Campus Center and Muller Chapel from April 1-4.

Photojournalist John Noltner has set up an onsite Studio experience to take portraits of the IC community and ask, “What is your responsibility to create community?” Studio sessions should take no more than 15 minutes.

All staff, faculty, and students are encouraged to drop by the studio on: April 1 (Taughannock Falls Room, 11-5:30) or April 2 (Muller Chapel, 1-6) to get your portrait taken. Noltner will select one student portrait to include in his next book. 

On April 4, IC portraits will be revealed at Noltner's public lecture, "The Road to Peace," which lifts up ordinary people's wisdom about hope, transformation, and forgiveness. (Emerson Suites at 5 PM, reception with food to follow).

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Melinda Butler at mbutler@ithaca.edu. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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