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    THE SILHOUETTE PROJECT: STORIES OF IMMIGRANTS, REFUGEES, AND DREAMERS

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    The Museum of Boulder is proud to present a visual story expose created by photographer and historian Dona Laurita with local immigrants and refugees. The Silhouette Project features unique and immensely different stories and images, resulting in commonalities and themes across the narratives. In our current political, socio-economic, and cultural climate, so much fear-based rhetoric has made 'the immigrant' demographic nondescript, vague and impersonal. A body, dark against a lighter background. An invisible face. Don't miss this powerful exhibit which encourages a deep interaction between the subject and the observer.

    THE SILHOUETTE PROJECT: STORIES OF IMMIGRANTS, REFUGEES, AND DREAMERS
    • 2205 Broadway St.
    • Boulder, CO 80302
    • to
    • Museum of Boulder at the Tebo Center
    • $10.00 - Adults $8.00 - Seniors $8.00 - Youth (5-17) $8.00 - College Students Free - Children Under 5 Free daily to Museum Members
    • Recurring weekly on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday