Photographs taken by the youth will be on display as well as a multimedia presentation that delves into specific star stories and interviews conducted by the children of figures in their community.
Photo credit: Lakota Youth
Robin Dahlberg is a visual artist and arts educator based in New York City. Robin uses photography to explore how we respond to the challenges of everyday life. Robin loves sharing her passion for photography with others and teaches analog and digital photography to children, teens, adults and people with disabilities. Robin published her first photo book in 2016, Billable Hours in 6-Minute Increments, a humorous look at corporate culture in large New York law firms. Before becoming a photographer, she was a civil rights attorney and traveled widely, advocating for the reform of criminal justice, juvenile justice, health care, and foster care systems throughout the country.
Sally Martin Katz is Curatorial Assistant of Photography at SFMOMA and Ph.D. candidate in Art History, focusing on History of Photography, at the Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. Before moving to the Bay Area, she lived in Paris, where she completed a Master of Arts degree in Art History as well as a Master of Fine Arts degree in Photography, both from the Sorbonne. While living in Paris, she served as assistant to the director and the head of exhibitions & communications at the Foundation Henri Cartier-Bresson and worked on the photographic archive of the Greek, Roman & Etruscan Antiquities Department at the Musée du Louvre.