Bronx Documentary Center

Apr 20

Free Easter Day portraits for Bronx residents as part of the Bronx Documentary Center’s ongoing Holiday Portrait series. Each family will get a free 8x10 print, extra prints are $5 each. 
Sunday, April 20, 2014 from Noon-2PM. Due to past demand, this offer is for Bronx residents with ID only.

Free Easter Day portraits for Bronx residents as part of the Bronx Documentary Center’s ongoing Holiday Portrait series. Each family will get a free 8x10 print, extra prints are $5 each. 

Sunday, April 20, 2014 from Noon-2PM. Due to past demand, this offer is for Bronx residents with ID only.

Apr 17

Calling all photographers! Limited slots available! 
Portfolio Review - May 3, 2014 10am-4pm
Sign up to network and get critiqued by the top photo editors from The New York Times, TIME Magazine, The Daily Beast, Getty Images, Sports Illustrated and more. You will have the chance to meet one-on-one for with five reviewers for 20 minute sessions. 
Learn more and register HERE

Calling all photographers! Limited slots available! 

Portfolio Review - May 3, 2014 10am-4pm

Sign up to network and get critiqued by the top photo editors from The New York Times, TIME Magazine, The Daily Beast, Getty Images, Sports Illustrated and more. You will have the chance to meet one-on-one for with five reviewers for 20 minute sessions. 

Learn more and register HERE

A photo from the first day of an eight-week after-school program with Bronx 7th and 8th graders, using images to break down stereotypes of life in Africa. In the end the students will launch their own Everyday Bronx project. Here the students discuss an image by Jane Hahn.
Read about our exciting partnership with Everyday Africa and The LAMP in this piece by Digital Journal HERE. “Everyday Bronx” teaches local students how mass media can enforce stereotypes in Africa and their own communities - and empowers them to make local change.
© Everyday Africa

A photo from the first day of an eight-week after-school program with Bronx 7th and 8th graders, using images to break down stereotypes of life in Africa. In the end the students will launch their own Everyday Bronx project. Here the students discuss an image by Jane Hahn.

Read about our exciting partnership with Everyday Africa and The LAMP in this piece by Digital Journal HERE. “Everyday Bronx” teaches local students how mass media can enforce stereotypes in Africa and their own communities - and empowers them to make local change.

© Everyday Africa

Apr 16

Thank You! Here’s how you can stay involved in the BDC.

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Thank you for making our campaign a success!

More than 416 people raised $34,977 on Kickstarter. Thank you to everyone who shared our campaign on email, Facebook and Twitter. and to those of you who supported us offline by sending checks. The BDC is a 501(c)3 non-profit and we thrive on the generosity of individuals donors like you. 

Still would like to make a tax-deductible contribution? Go to bronxdoc.org/donate or send a check to “Bronx Documentary Center.”

Here’s a few ways you can stay engaged:

We look forward to seeing you.

Signed,

The Staff, Volunteers, Neighbors of the BDC

Apr 15

A few more hours.

At 3:52 pm today, our Kickstarter campaign officially closes. So many of you have helped us not only surpass our goal, but spread the word about the BDC. And by making this gift to us, you’ve touched a diverse group of people. 

You’ve helped make documentary photography and film alive and engaging for new audiences. Thank you for helping build the vibrant, creative crossroads that is the BDC. We have until 3:52pm. Let’s see how many more lives we can impact before then. 

Let’s make #photo4all.