seen: portraits of mothers and daughters by Justin Hackworth
“Over 30 days, I shot portraits of 30 people I didn’t know,” Hackworth says. “That experience was fascinating, so I wanted to do it again. But it really became more meaningful when I focused on a theme that could give something back to the community.”
Justin calls his project/fundraiser 30 Strangers (part III: portraits of mothers and daughters) and is sharing his exhibit on July 2 in Provo, UT. Art and activism will come together as he continues to raise funds for the Center for Women & Children in Crisis.
You're invited to the opening:
July 2, 6-9pm.
26 West Center Street, near the corner of University Avenue and Center Street in Provo, Utah.
During the show opening, Justin is offering a donation in lieu of a sitting fee to raise additional funds for the shelter.