So, remember the MHA Family Portraits I did this past year? Of course you do, because lots of you helped to fund it–giving professional family portraits to some people who had never even owned a single photo of themselves.
This October 10th, there’s going to be a kick off reception at the Alpert Jewish Community Center here in Long Beach. Ten of my prints will be shown alongside “PsyTribe,” an exploration of the intersection of Judaism and psychology. It looks like it’s going to be a pretty interesting night, and of course it’s free. I’ll be there (probably in the alley having a smoke, avoiding eye contact like I always do), but by now you should know where to look for me, and (more importantly) how to snag me and get me back inside.
I think there might be a photobooth, and I’m actually looking for a photographer to donate his/her time to photograph the event for both MHA and the JCC. (If you’re interested, let me know).
Here’s the postcard I received in the mail; if you’d like an official invite (though I promise you don’t need one), email me your address and I’ll have one sent to you.
Details: Opening Night Reception is Wednesday, October 10 from 6pm – 8pm. Not sure how long my prints will hang there, but I’m sure it’ll be at least a few weeks.
Address: 3801 E. Willow St., Long Beach CA. Hope you see you SoCal peeps there.