Out of Many: Stories of Migration
Through December 30, 2017
Reception: Thursday, November 2, 6-8 pm
Out of Many: Stories of Migration, is comprised of photographs that document the experiences of multiple generations of immigrants and their descendants in Pittsburgh. The photographs accentuate the key role that immigration has played in this corner of the world, including shaping our neighborhoods, the formation of our identity, in sustaining our economy, and in the enrichment of our cultural diversity. Comprised entirely of new work by Brian Cohen, Scott Goldsmith, Nate Guidry, Lynn Johnson, and Annie O’Neill, Out of Many considers Pittsburgh’s stories as a lens through which to consider the broader American immigrant experience.
Out Of Many: Stories of Migration is a Documentary Works project organized by Brian Cohen and Laura Domencic and produced by a collaboration of professional photographers based in Pittsburgh.
Community partners include City of Asylum, Jewish Family and Children’s Services, Repair the World, Union Project and the Westmoreland Museum of Art.
Don’t miss the only opportunity to see the first live performance of Shine the Light with Social Justice Disco with Liz Berlin of Rusted Root and jazz singer Phat Man Dee, co-presented by the JCC’s American Jewish Museum and the Center for Loving Kindness and Civic Engagement:
JCC of Greater Pittsburgh • Katz Theater
5738 Darlington Avenue
Thursday, December 14, 7:00 pm •
$10-$25 Private meet and greet with the artists: 6:30pm Ages 13+ • Cash bar