Used digital cameras are needed to help at-risk youth with an art project organized by West Seattle resident David Walega.
UPDATE: Donate used digital cameras for underserved youth art project
West Seattle Herald photographer Steve Shay involved
Your used digital cameras are needed for a series of free photography workshops for under served youth produced by Art for Animals' Sake.
*Mind Unwind Gallery’s Treehouse Lounge, Tuesday-Sunday, 5pm-12am
*Beveridge Place Pub, Everyday, 2pm - 2am.
West Seattle Herald photographer Steve Shay is involved, and will help organization with camera donations and workshops. Check out his WS Herald article on project founder, David Walega, about giving cameras to Nickelsville youth to photograph their pets.
ADDITIONAL BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
Start Date: April 10th, 6pm - 9pm
End Date: May 1st
Contact: David Walega
Drop off your gently used digital cameras, needed for a series of free photography workshops for underserved youth. (Include any accessories, and memory cards.)
Past photography workshops have been conducted for the street youth of Capitol Hill, residents of Nickelsville and their many allies using disposable cameras. Help us to continue to produce these community workshops and improve upon past success. We need basic digital cameras to enable participants to gather practical skills to apply to future careers while learning the medium of photography.
Art for Animals' Sake (AFAS) is an affiliated program of Shunpike, a 501(C) 3 organization.