Faces of Addiction Cincinnati photo exhibit
January 16 - February 28
Christ Church CathedralFree
Photo courtesy of ©2018 Eric K. Hatch
Cincinnati photo exhibit humanizes addiction
“Faces of Addiction: Make Compassion Possible” is a Cincinnati photo exhibit that features 50 black and white photos of people who are dealing with addiction. Alongside their photos are their compelling stories of working through those very addictions. Also, it is a collection of works over the course of ten months by local photographer Eric Hatch.
The Cincinnati photo exhibit is showing in the Christ Church Cathedral’s Gallery South from January 16th through February 28th from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Christ Church Cathedral is located at 318 East 4th Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. Admission is free and open to the public.
Explore this Cincinnati photo exhibit and allow it to open your eyes to the world of addiction. For more information, visit www.moversmakers.org.
About Faces of Addiction, Inc.
Faces of Addiction, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Their purpose is to create a fresh understanding of addiction and its victims through artwork and stories. Their goal is to create an art experience for at least 500,000 people, which will enable them to see addicted people in a new way.
The organization created a set of 50 life stories and gallery-quality environmental portraits of addicted persons. These life stories will be experienced through a Cincinnati art gallery, online e-book, a 23-minute documentary, print book, website, associated activities, program materials to assist with rehab and prevention programs.
About Eric K. Hatch
As a fine art and travel photographer, Eric has won numerous awards and competitions. He has served on the board of the SW Ohio chapter of Professional Photographers of America, and he is currently Editor at Exhibitions Without Walls. His one person show, “Hard Times for These Times,” has concluded its run at the Middletown Arts Center.
As a writer, Eric lists over 100 publications, articles, and features. Also, he has won national awards for essays.