Great News! The AjA Project has been selected by multi-platinum singer-songwriter Josh Groban to receive a donation from his new Find Your Light Foundation, which is dedicated to enriching the lives of young people through arts, education, and cultural awareness. The AjA Project is one of just 15 arts
The Art of Photography Show’s Opening Reception is on August 13, 2011 at at the Lyceum Theatre Gallery in Horton Plaza. A total of 15,444 entries were submitted by artists from 72 countries around the world. The judge for this exhibit is Anne Lyden, Associate Curator of Photography at
More than 600 people attended the World Refugee Day Event, held at the Museum of Photographic Arts on Sunday, June 19th. The event highlighted the contributions refugees make to their new communities in San Diego and across the country. During panel discussions, several Crawford High
Join us for World Refugee Day Celebration Event on Sunday, June 19, 2011 from 1pm to 6pm at the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego. We will celebrate San Diego’s diversity with Pulitzer Prize winner Don Bartletti and local photography heroes Sam Hodgson and Roberto “Bear” Guerra, as we
We are proud to announce that 3 AjA students will be featured in 2011 Through Your Lens Exhibit on Capitol Hill! Photos and stories shared by students and teachers across the nation will be shown in a special Through Your Lens exhibit in the Rotunda of the Russell Senate office
The AjA Project will be traveling to Palm Springs this week to speak at the BOOST (Best of out-of-school time) Conference – a comprehensive convening of professionals supporting children, families and communities in the out-of-school time hours. Take a look at AjA’s participation in the event!!
Just a few weeks ago, AjA students hosted a booth at El Cajon Library during Multicultural Family Fiesta. They showed their photos that they created in Journey class and got a chance to talk to interested festival-goers about AjA’s programs.
Last week at Cajon Valley High School, we worked on gaining a better understanding of how aperture affects depth-of-field. Journey students also worked on using depth-of-field to make dynamic and creative images.
Last month, students from AjA’s Journey class at El Cajon Valley High School participated in a national photo contest called “Through Your Lens”. Students were invited to show the world what they see every day at school: the good parts, the troubling parts, the things they’re proud of and the
After traveling to Del Mar and downtown, AjA’s Photo Exhibit HERE +THERE is now on display at El Cajon Libary! Exhibit consists of photos created by AjA students over the last 10 years. AjA’s programs encourage students to reflect upon their identities and personal journeys through the themes Old