Kinfay Moroti: Inseparable Exhibit in the Theatre Lobby

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DateJanuary 13

Reoccurs Daily
1/12/21 - 1/29/21

Location 10091 McGregor Blvd.
Fort Myers, FL 33919 United States

 

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Kinfay Moroti: Inseparable

Event details

Black and white people are intimately connected. Their union is formed by shared life moments. Birth, joy, violence, wonder, faith, sport, protest, death and peace, bind them in time and place. Conscious and unconscious efforts to permanently break these humanistic ties are futile.

This experience in Southwest Florida, is presented in documentary photojournalism and accentuated by everyday items that illuminate the raw, inseparable union and acceptance of black and white in everyday life.

Exhibits:  January 11 – 29, 2021

Virtual Walk and Talk with Kinfay: Thursday, January 21 at 6 p.m.
Hear from Kinfay as he takes you on an up-close-and-personal tour of his exhibition during this interactive event. Free to attend, but an RSVP is required.

This pop-up exhibit installation is presented in conjunction with the  Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Weekend hosted by the Dunbar Festival Committee.

About Kinfay Moroti

Kinfay is a documentary visual journalist and creator of — hopeful images — an initiative that helps nonprofit and community organizations tell their stories through compelling visuals and campaigns. He is a partner at The Collaboratory (Southwest Florida Community Foundation) in Fort Myers, Florida.

Prior to creating hopeful images, Kinfay captured moments for The News-Press/USA Today Network from 2004-19 and during the Iraq War in 2003. His award-winning moments from the war, impoverished communities, mass shootings and on social topics speak to life’s beautiful struggles.

Kinfay was born in Chicago, is an U.S. Air Force veteran, avid runner and father.

Connect with Kinfay via email (hi@hopefulimages.com), Instagram (@kinfay) and Facebook (Kinfay Moroti).

 

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