Digital Arts Studio is honored to be involved with the photo exhibit Profiles Of Poverty which opened at the mall in Colony Square on Tuesday, August 5 running through the end of the month. Digital Arts Studio completed all the printing and framing for the exhibit along with donating all the signage. Click the following link for the full story reported on 11Alive;
Following is the inspiration for the exhibit;
“Some 1.8 million Georgians currently live below the federal poverty level. Despite these large numbers, too often the plight of the most unfortunate among us is hidden or simply ignored.
That’s why St. Vincent de Paul Georgia has launched “Profiles in Poverty,” a photography exhibit that chronicles the plight of Georgia’s most vulnerable populations. The Kickstarter-funded exhibit features photos from the state’s most talented photojournalists, including John Glenn, David Tulis, Joeff Davis, Stephen Morton, Chris Hunt, Tim Redman and more.
The exhibit depicts the issues affecting the poor, including homelessness, hunger, healthcare accessibility, homebound seniors and unemployment. Despite the seriousness of the subject matter, the exhibit captures the indomitable spirit of many in tough situations, their moments of hope in the midst of despair.
Barry and Peter attended the opening reception which was very well attended.