Twelve refugees from around the world—including Burma, Tibet, and Nepal—have their photos on display at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center. Each was a part of Picture.Me.Here.’s summer 2013 program, a digital storytelling endeavor that teaches its refugee students about photography, and encourages them to capture and convey their new experiences and life here in Colorado through pictures.
Here's a peek of what you'll find at the exhibit. (Bonus: Read our Q&A with one of the artists here.)
Photo by Birendra Dhakal, Nepal
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