Seattle Schools’ Health Education Office and local Seattle photographer Nate Gowdy are joining forces to create a beautiful photo exhibit and “coffee table book” highlighting the amazing LGBTQ+ students and their families in Seattle Public Schools.
The purpose of the “Our Students, Their Stories” Project is to showcase the strength, resilience, and unapologetic pride of SPS’s amazing LGBTQ+ young people. The photo book and exhibit will be used as educational tools for staff training, classroom education, community engagement, parent education, and to celebrate students’ individual journeys today and act as a touchstone for future generations.
Join the informational meeting on Wednesday, Dec 4th from 6-8 pm to learn more about this wonderful project and how you can participate. Meeting will be held at Nate Gowdy’s photography studio at Inscape Arts and Cultural Center, 815 Seattle Blvd S. Seattle, WA 98134. Pizza dinner will be provided and your whole family is welcome!
If you would like to attend the informational meeting, please fill out this online form to RSVP and share your contact information. (This information is secure and confidential. This can only be viewed by Lisa Love, Manager of Health Education.)
If you have additional questions, feel free to contact Lisa Love at firstname.lastname@example.org