Sunday, February 25, 2018

Join the University of Minnesota for An Exciting Art Event from March 5 - 9th

Photo Credit: Positive Exposure, Copyright Rick Guidotti

The creator of Positive Exposure, Rick Guidotti, utilizes photography, film, and narrative to transform the public perception of people living with genetic, physical, and intellectual differences.
The University of Minnesota Medical School is hosting an event with Rick. Their goal is to promote the Positive Exposure movement by inviting patients with genetic conditions to share their stories over the week of March 5th - 9th, 2018

They hope to have four pediatric patients and their families, two on Tuesday (3/6) and two on Thursday (3/8), to join them at the medical school lecture hall, so they can hear their stories. 
During lunch hour on Friday (3/9), pediatrics patients (not limited to the four) will be involved in an interactive photo shoot with Rick Guidotti. The week will culminate with a Friday evening reception at the Weisman Art Museum from 5-7pm, highlighting the stories of the week through photography.
If you want to share your story, participate in the photoshoot, and/or attend the reception, please contact Lulu Song at the UM Medical School to register. We hope many of our CCA Families in the area will participate.

Bowei (LuLu) Song
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Medical School | Class of 2020

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