Palestine Note is thrilled to introduce our readers to a creative new way to view the stories of Palestinians in our monthly digital Photo Exhibit highlighting photos that tell the stories of Palestinian life. We’ve teamed up with Tomorrow’s Youth Organization to curate the works of young Palestinian boys and girls participating in the Triple Exposure program into a thematic collection. We will debut each exhibit on the first Tuesday of every month and follow up with news from the program and profiles of the photographers you want to hear from the most.
Our very first exhibit, [Re]Evolution, is inspired by the idea of constant change and focuses on people, nature, and emotion as subjects. It asks: What signifies change and/or movement? How do communities evolve? How does identity fit into this progression?
Let us know in the comments which are your favorites and what subjects you’d like to see more of from these brilliant young minds!
"Nablusi Rain" Doha, age 12.
Photographs were taken by young photographers from Tomorrow’s Youth Organization’s Triple Exposure class and curated by Triple Exposure Coordinator, Abigal Maycock. Through Triple Exposure students ages 9-16 learn mural making and photography skills while exploring themes of identity and self-expression. All students are from the Khallet al Amood neighborhood of Nablus, Palestine.