The Still Art:
It's open to the public.
"The goal of this group that meets once a week at the
"The only requirement we have is that you have to like to take pictures and share some of the stories of your life, family and country. It's a club, not a class," she said.
More than 30 pictures are displayed that club members have taken in
All pictures in the exhibit have been taken by the photographers themselves. The group also has professional photographers come in and teach the proper way to use a camera to shoot great photos.
"Many of my friends say I take strange pictures because I hardly ever shoot people," said Reem Hassaen, a member of the club and a student at IUSB.
"I like to take pictures of things and animals. I got married in February and we went to
"I really like socializing and getting together after we finish taking pictures and sharing our work with each other. One of my favorite photos is this red phone booth in
AmeriCorps provides opportunities for more than 85,000 Americans each year to give intensive services to their communities though programs.
AmeriCorps members tutor and mentor youths, teach computer skills, run after-school programs and build the capacity of nonprofit groups to become self-sustaining, among many other activities.
"There are all kinds of programs going on here at
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