Colors of Life

The World Bank Opening

Colors of Life International Photo Contest 2012: “Investing in Women and Girls” visually accompanies the Law, Justice and Development (LJD) Week 2012 which will explore the potentially transformative role of effective law and legal institutions in providing people with more opportunity that is both inclusive of underserved populations and equitable.

First Friday at June Fitzpatrick Gallery

Colors of Life is about to travel to Portland, Maine, to be exhibited at June Fitzpatrick Gallery and participate in First Friday. Using art to open people’s hearts and minds to the challenges facing children, this exhibition features 30 photographs chosen by Ann Shumard, Curator of Photographs for the National Portrait Gallery and is part of an national exhibit and a non-partisan, public education campaign to raise the visibility of children’s issues during the 2012 election cycle.

National Press Club to Host National Exhibit Spotlighting the Needs of Children

Striking photos of children from around the world and of past U.S. Presidents who have advanced the well-being of American children make up this national exhibit, which is part of a non-partisan, public education campaign to raise the visibility of children’s issues during the 2012 election cycle. It is traveling to key cities and regions in the country, including the presidential debate sites.