The folks at St. Elizabeth Arts Foundation are inviting everyone to a free showing of the photographs taken this past June by four students from their Studio E in Norwood who were taken by local Norwood native and local photographer Michael Wilson to Our Daily Bread. Our Daily Bread is an organization in the Over the Rhine neighborhood that was founded to “offer a warm, safe place for those who live on the street or are one step from it.” After a day spent serving in the kitchen and the lunch line, the week was spent making photos of the many visitors. The week was a huge success and there were some incredible portraits taken.
Come meet the photographers, and see work from Michael and the students: Amanda, Sara, Sylvia, and Tori. Gallery space was graciously donated by a neighbor - just steps from the studio space, across from St.Elizabeth’s church in West Norwood. Doors open from 6pm until 9pm. 1801 Mills Ave
This event is FREE and open to the public.
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