Posts Tagged ‘Lisa Marie Albert’

Art & Advocacy :: Street Children of Uganda

While living in Lira, Uganda in 2010, I volunteered my time to teach homeless street children how to use disposable cameras. Using a method similar to photovoice, and incorporating story boarding, the children used visual elements to tell their stories. Most children told the stories of why they are living on the street. Those stories, […]

May 2011 Encore Magazine features “art & advocacy” exhibit

May 2011 Encore Magazine features "art & advocacy" exhibit

From the Streets of Africa: Lisa Albert brings photos and life lessons from Uganda by: Lauren Hodges Advocacy and Art: Street Kids Have a Voice 5/20, 7 p.m. • Projekte 523 South 3rd Street www.lisamariealbert.com Uganda, a landlocked area in eastern Africa, has been making frequent though unattractive appearances in the headlines as of late. […]

Interning with Wéyo; Volunteering in Mississippi

Interning with Wéyo; Volunteering in Mississippi

Originally posted at www.weyoblog.com. I joined Wéyo this summer 2009 as their first intern. I learned about Wéyo in August 2008, three months after their incorporation, through a friend Susan White. Susan is a journalist and contributor for Wéyo. Susan’s passion about Wéyo led me to do some research on the creative think tank. Early […]

ZipLine

ZipLine

A short documentary about a free spirited girl and her horse, taking an adventure ride on a discovered zip line. Fun, lighthearted, Don’t try this at home!