Photosensitive – the non-profit collective of photographers determined to explore how photography can contribute to social justice – is celebrating its 20th Anniversary with a retrospective exhibition at the Allen Lambert Galleria in downtown Toronto’s Brookfield Place.
Showcasing the best photos from 17 projects, this exhibit will highlight the best works from the group’s 20-year history. Photographers who have been involved with the PhotoSensitive exhibitions over the years will be at the opening on the evening of September 14, as well as representatives from the many charitable organizations with which we have partnered.
Vistek is proud to be support, not only PhotoSensitive, but the charities with whom they’ve partnered over the years (The Daily Bread Food Bank, Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children, The United Way of Greater Toronto, Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Community Living, Canadian Cancer Society, World Vision, The Rwanda Initiative, Campaign 2000, CARE Canada. Save the Children Canada, Foster Parents Plan Canada, Special Olympics, Ontario Trillium Foundation, Toronto District School Board & The Harmony Movement.)
Be sure to check it out!
What: PhotoSensitive 20th Anniversary Retrospective
When: September 14 – 24, 2010
Where: 181 Bay Street, Suite 220, Toronto, ON