2003 – A project was launched by Norman Gershman a renowned photographer to photograph Albanian Muslim families who sheltered Jews during World War II. A year after in 2004 – just after two photographic expeditions to Kosovo and Albania, Gershman was astound by what he learned that out approximately 150 Muslim families who took part in the rescue of Jews. It is believed that the citizens of Greater Albania saved between two and three thousand Jews between 1943 and 1945 who were on their way to seek asylum and flee the harsh Nazi during this era.
An excellent photo documentary on exhibit at Freshfully Market was made by Julianna Hunter, a Birmingham photographer. The location of the exhibit is at a "local food" shop located in the Avondale community in Birmingham. This venture which shows … [Continue reading]
In this information era, the success of mobile phone apps is something that cannot be denied. One of these is the “Instagram” it has become not simply a photo sharing app, but it has catapulted itself as one of the most popular mobile apps … [Continue reading]
Imagine going to the birthplace of Christianity, look an old chapel and other sites in this wonderful, rich and old country. Maggie Weinreb – Morningstar Intern a program hosted by the Israel on Campus Coalition and is cosponsored by Hillel, U … [Continue reading]
A special Detroit Institute of Arts project has sparked Valerie Kemp — having paintings posted on building exteriors, which landed her as one of the of few who spearheaded this project. Kemp has helped coordinate four upcoming art-related events … [Continue reading]