Who Matters? An Intergenerational Photo and Story Project
Madison Public Library and Madison Senior Center have joined together for our first ever intergenerational photo exhibit. We are looking for community members to attend a photo session and share their stories.
You must bring at least one person age 55+ along with anyone of a different generation(s) –related or not – to have your picture taken together. Groups are welcome too. Play it silly or serious. Be creative. Have fun!
Madison Public Library’s Bubbler Artist-in-Residence, Jennie Bastian, will take your photo on the third floor of the Central Library on either Saturday, August 26, 10am-2pm or Thursday, September 28, 4-8pm. Appointments are strongly recommended. Walk-ins are welcome, but those with a reservation are guaranteed submission. Call 266-6581 to sign up for a photo session.
Additionally, local author Pam Phillips Olson will be available to capture your stories if you’d like to have that included with your photo. The photos will be displayed throughout the month of December 2017 at the Central Library and the Senior Center, with a welcome reception to kick it off. Date, time, location to be announced.