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Perceptions of Me a project by Penny Dodds

Perceptions of Me is an exhibition that gives voice to teenagers who are talked and written about, but rarely listened to, raising our awareness of how Memphis teens perceive themselves. This is a collaborative project organized by Penny Dodds working with several innovative Memphis organizations that provide positive social and creative environments for youth in our community: Bridge Builders, storybooth at Crosstown Arts and Caritas Village. (Learn more about Juvenile In Justice, the main exhibition, with which Perceptions of Me ties.)

design by Katie Morgan (Bridges)
design by anonymous Bridge Builders Center participant, Memphis
design by Anthony Alexander (Bridges)
design by anonymous Bridges Center participant, Memphis
design by Porcha Stewart (Story-Booth)
design by anonymous storybooth participant, Crosstown Arts, Memphis


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