Tag Archives: PhotoCity

Students to Display Themes of Sustainability, Education on Monroe Clark Art Wall

Students at Monroe Clark Middle School are completing plans and raising money to paint a mural on their campus. | Photo Credit: Juan Carlos, The AjA Project By Julia Richardson The AjA Project’s PhotoCity program at Monroe Clark Middle School … Continue reading

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AjA Students Spearhead Recycling Initiative

By Julia Richardson Over the course of the fall semester, Monroe Clark Middle School students in The AjA Project’s PhotoCity program were busy learning about recycling and creating a brochure that outlines a new recycling initiative at the school. The … Continue reading

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Monroe Clark Students Learn Photography Techniques

By Julia Richardson Monroe Clark Middle School students have been exploring photo techniques such as repetition, rule of thirds, silhouettes and documentary photography through The AjA Project’s PhotoCity class. Students voted on their favorite photos to share with their peers … Continue reading

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Monroe Clark Middle Goes Green With Campus Garden

A new community garden at Monroe Clark already is bearing fruit…er, vegetables.| Photo Credit: Christina Chomut By Julia Richardson Haga clic aquí para leerlo en Español At first glance, photography and gardening may not appear to have much in common. … Continue reading

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Photos: What Does Health Mean to You?

As October approaches and healthcare remains at the forefront of the public dialogue, City Heights youth from The AjA Project‘s PhotoCity class explore more broad definitions of health. They’ve defined what social health means to them as young people by … Continue reading

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Youth Propose Garden and Art Wall

City Heights youth who participated in The AjA Project‘s PhotoCity class this spring developed two proposals for creating positive change in City Heights: build a community art wall and form a garden club and garden at Monroe Clark Middle School. … Continue reading

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