Posts Tagged ‘Baltimore’

A Special Thank You...

A Special Thank You…

As CMJF President and Chairman of our VisionWorkshops Board, Hank Libby, has the unique position of thoughtfully bringing together like-minded organizations in our community that, together, make a more positive and dynamic impact.

All Roads Features NGPC Exhibition!!

All Roads Features NGPC Exhibition!!

EXCITING NEWS!!! Photo Camp Exhibition Featured at the All Roads Film Festival at National Geographic, Washington D.C. Outdoor Courtyard SEPTEMBER 17 – NOVEMBER 18 This photography exhibit features images from National Geographic Photo Camp, a program in which National Geographic photographers work with young people around the world to document their communities. Photos and writing — Read more…

NGPC Baltimore Final Show

NGPC Baltimore Final Show


NGPC Baltimore - Finding Home

NGPC Baltimore – Finding Home

Photo Camp Baltimore brought together refugee youth from Burma and Eritrea now residing in a suburb outside of Baltimore, to explore using photography, writing and audio recordings to tell their own stories of what its like to make a new home.  Every evening students brought home cameras and lessons learned at photo camp to capture — Read more…

Faces of Photo Camp - Baltimore

Faces of Photo Camp – Baltimore

A great way to get to know yourself and others is through making portraits.  National Geographic Photo Camp instructors utilize the process of portrait photography as an incredible tool through which students can look at themselves, each other, and the different people they encounter everyday.  Baltimore  students had the opportunity to take studio portraits of — Read more…

National Geographic Photo Camp - Baltimore

National Geographic Photo Camp – Baltimore


Tomorrow Night! NGPC Presents....

Tomorrow Night! NGPC Presents….

Disappearing Islands Photo Camp Exhibit

Disappearing Islands Photo Camp Exhibit

On November 20th, National Geographic Photo Camp exhibited the work of 16 amazing young women from Photo Camp Smith Island 2011 – the first-ever all female Photo Camp, at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.  The opening reception was fantastic, with students, families, and Baltimoreans alike reflecting on the still imagery and multimedia presentation — Read more…

NGPC Smith Island in the News!

NGPC Smith Island in the News!

A link to an article about this Spring’s Smith Island Photo Camp in the Chesapeake Bay Journal.


National Geographic Photo Camp - Smith Island, Words From Our Students

National Geographic Photo Camp – Smith Island, Words From Our Students

There are a lot of differences between here and home. For one thing it’s more peaceful. It’s like the rest of the world is on pause. Things are just more beautiful here. In the city a pile of bricks to me, was just a pile of bricks. But here through the eye of my camera — Read more…

National Geographic Photo Camp - Smith Island

National Geographic Photo Camp – Smith Island

Last month, NGPC conducted it’s first ever all-female Photo Camp with 12 girls from the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women. Four students from VisionWorkshops’ Crossing Borders program, girls from Iraq and Nepal, accompanied the group as team leaders for the younger girls, new to this type of photographic story-telling program. Their task was to — Read more…

Crossing Borders Baltimore – I Am

This winter, our Crossing Borders program in Baltimore with the Refugee Youth Project, gave 15 refugee teens the opportunity to explore their new city of Baltimore; it’s similarities and differences to their home country, culminating in a visual “letter” to the city and it’s people entitled, “Dear Baltimore.” In April, these students participated in a — Read more…


Crossing Borders Baltimore: Photo Exhibition

Crossing Borders Baltimore: Photo Exhibition

Join us Saturday April 9th, 2011 at 6pm for the opening reception of these wonderful images taken by 15 immigrant and refugee students who have resettled here in Baltimore.

Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch...  Crossing Borders Baltimore

Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch… Crossing Borders Baltimore

While half of our rotating cast of characters, also referred to as volunteers and teaching assistants, were in Chad for National Geographic Photo Camp, the other half remained local to put on yet another successful Crossing Borders- Baltimore. Crossing Borders is our regional initiative to help teens who have immigrated to the US, learn more — Read more…

Our Mentors - Alison Harbaugh

Our Mentors – Alison Harbaugh

In this new blog series, VisionWorkshops hopes to highlight our incredibly diverse and talented group of mentors. Acting as teachers, assistants and friends to our students, our mentors work across all our programs. We hope their experiences with our students and programs as told by them will add another chapter to the story that is — Read more…