Check out the new Henry WTO+10 Photo Pool.
People have already started dropping in their photos from the WTO protests and we would greatly appreciate many more. The Flickr pool was started as a tool to engage anyone who had a camera at the protests, and provide them with a way to share their point of view. We’re still planning – since these exhibitions open in November: we may display a slideshow of the flickr pool during the two, related exhibitions ( Allan Sekula: Waiting for Tear Gas and Christopher DeLaurenti N30: Live at the WTO Protest November 30), 1999. We may create on online feature, and we’re currently speaking with groups on campus and elsewhere about their plans for commemorating the 10th anniversary of Seattle’s WTO protests and how these exhibitions can support or inspire community dialogue.
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