Posts Tagged ‘Jennifer Carpenter’

“Generation Dance” Opens in Boston: Exhibit by Jennifer Carpenter, 2010–2011 Lewis Hine Documentary Fellow

Photographs by former Lewis Hine Documentary Fellow Jennifer Carpenter, Generation Dance, tell a story about social dancing from a generation that witnessed a whirlwind of war, revolution, and nation-building. By interweaving 20th century Chinese ballroom dance history with personal accounts from Chinatown’s residents, the exhibit offers unique insight into the value of self-expression and community-building through dance. Generation Dance […]


“Alphabet Project”: Exhibition of Photographs in Boston by Lewis Hine Fellow Jennifer Carpenter

"Alphabet Project": Exhibition of Photographs in Boston by Lewis Hine Fellow Jennifer Carpenter

Jennifer Carpenter, a 2010-2011 Lewis Hine Fellow from the Center for Documentary Studies, spent 10 months working with the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) in Boston, Massachusetts. Inspired by the Literacy Through Photography program, Jennifer conducted six workshops with children at BCNC to produce community alphabets. Each class produced a 26-photograph series corresponding to the 26 letters […]


Profiles of the 2010-2011 Lewis Hine Documentary Fellows

Profiles of the 2010-2011 Lewis Hine Documentary Fellows

Founded on the spirit, values, and actions of Lewis Hine, the Lewis Hine Documentary Fellows Program connects the talents of young documentarians with the resources and needs of organizations serving children and their communities around the world. 2010-2011 Lewis Hine Documentary Fellows JENNIFER CARPENTER Jennifer Carpenter completed the Certificate in Documentary Arts at the Center […]