The unity of St. John will be celebrated this Friday with an amazing photography exhibit – Faces of St. John. This exhibit will feature key members of the community from all demographic and socioeconomic backgrounds.
The event will take place between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. this Friday, March 21 at Motu. The event will feature a drum circle performance and a raffle will be held to benefit the St. John School of the Arts.
Here are additional details courtesy of Sundial Experience Planning:
Examining each photograph will reveal one truth that no matter whom we are or where we are from, we are all people. The featured artist for this compelling exhibit will be Imran Stephen. Mr. Stephen is a local photographer who has an innate ability to capture raw emotion on film. His talents consistently raise the bar of excellence throughout the Virgin Islands, and will surely capture the true essence of this event.
As a part of this event, Sundial will raffle two original photographs. We recognize that the St. John School of the Arts has been a pillar in the St. John community and an advocate of creativity since 1990. It is with great honor and appreciation that we will donate all proceeds from the raffle ticket sales to St. John School of the Arts. It is important for our community to encourage our youth to continue expression through all forms of art. By continuing to support our youth in this way, we are simply adding to what already makes St. John so special.
5 thoughts on “Exhibit to Highlight Beauty of St. John Residents”
What a great idea! Wish I was on Island to see it.
Would make a great coffee-table book, with person’s name,a little bit about them and why the photographer chose them. I’d buy it! 🙂
There will be a book and we will keep you posted. Have a great day!
Thanks Lauren, looking forward to it! 🙂
What is Sundail and who do I contact to go? How much are the tickets to see it?
Sundial Experience Planning is an up and coming event planning agency based out of St. John. Our goal is to create unique experiences throughout the Caribbean with a strong focus on community.
The Faces of St. John event is FREE and open to the public. It will be a special evening and hope you can make it!
Have a great night,