Posted by admin on 26 Jan 2011 | Tagged as: Uncategorized
UPDATE: We’ve been asked to leave the show up till the end of March. We’re so pleased – people have said they like the quality and variety of the photos, and the reasonable prices. We’ve sold 9 photos so far. There are still about two dozen on display. Please stop by to see which might enhance your walls.
Opening: Tuesday, February 1, 6 p.m. Click to hear and see Flora Terah share truths about Kenya, and Glenys Babcock explain the priorities of her organization, Pragmora; as well, I tell something about the valuable work of the 160 Girls project, and talk a bit about the photos for sale in the show.
Here’s a very short, very beautiful, very moving video about
The Equality Effect.
At the opening, we learned a little about The Equality Effect from Flora Terah, here from Kenya.
And we heard from our special guest, Glenys Babcock, founder of Pragmora, working to build peace around the world.
We had some free and delicious nibbles; as well, Eugene Johnson of Java Jive generously offered his coffees, teas, and juices for only $1 each.
Eugene supports Adopt A Village in Laos. There’s a donation box on his counter.
Mark Daye is an executive member of both the Green Party of Canada and the Green Party of Ontario for Toronto Centre. He specializes in photos of Paris … and a lot more.
Bill Michelson is our Toronto Centre EDA’s financial agent. An urban sociologist, he has had many of his photos published. This show will feature his photos of Africa and India.
Ellen Michelson is proud to be included, pleased and emboldened by the sale of her work to benefit Elizabeth May’s campaign in B.C. Some of her photos are of places she’s worked abroad.
The full price of all photos will be donated to The Equality Effect.