The ZACC at 216 W Main St // Friday // November 8 // 5 – 8 PM // FREE The ZACC and A VOICE are proud to present work by young photographers from Mexico, New York, Los Angeles, and Two Eagle River School in Pablo, Montana. This exhibition includes work from The Lower East Side Girls Club of New York City, Club Balam of Chiapas, Mexico, Las Fotos Project of Los Angeles, and A VOICE: Art Vision & Outreach In Community Education at Two Eagle River School. The project began in Manhattan, NYC at the Lower Eastside Girls Club - where they photographed each other in pink dresses on nearby streets. The same dresses were then shipped to Club Balam, an indigenous girls photography program in southern Mexico. They next shipped to the Las Fotos Project in Los Angeles, California - a photography project for teenage girls. Lastly, they were sent to A VOICE in Pablo, Montana, where students at Two Eagle River School made pictures in several communities in the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Nation.