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Vantage Point 24: Celebrating 20 Years

July 25, 2018 to December 31, 2019
Vantage Point 24: Celebrating 20 Years
250 Bowery
New York - 10012 NY
Vantage Point 24: Celebrating 20 Years is an exhibition of photographs by students and alumni from ICP at THE POINT. This special anniversary show is a celebration of local voices picturing the beauty of everyday life and the hope for a brighter future.

Launched in 1997, ICP at THE POINT is a year-round collaboration that teaches photography, critical thinking, writing, and public speaking with the goal of fostering self-esteem, community development, and social change. The program includes weekly after-school classes for preteens and teens that take place in a classroom/studio, black-and-white darkroom, and gallery space.

Featured Artists
Karina Acebo, Jaidev Alvarez, Miguel Anaya, Lux Angamarca, Christopher Baizan, Roy Baizan, Tony Baizan, Ileia Burgos, Karina Chan, Faith Colón, Boris Cortes Jr., Joselyn DeJesus, David Delgado, Nailea Dominguez, Willy Dynamite, Dalylah Ebanks, Ashley Edwards, Jaedyn Edwards, Guadalupe Flores, Jazlyn Flores, Madison Forty-Way, Destiny Garcia, Kiara García, Joseph Gilmore, Angelina Gonzalez, Ladan Graves, Evan Guzmán, Alex Hernandez, Niah Joseph, Dakota Maisonet, Dominick Marcelo, Sydney Mateo, Emmanuel Matos, Eboni McDaniel, Kevin Nestor, Rodolfo Nestor, Mark Nevers, Stephanie Peña, Danny Peralta, Xéla Perryman, Christopher Quainoo, Dion Rodriguez, Ricardo Silva, Josangel Sosa, Sofie Vásquez, Misra Walker, Bashira Webb, and Tiffany Williams.

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