Community Projects in Photography
Community Projects allows students to interact and team up with individuals from Wood Lane. Wood Lane is an organization that provides services for individuals with developmental disabilities. The course allows students to develop their communication skills, as well as their photography skills while also building a special relationship with the person they are photographing. The work has been displayed in the Toledo Museum of Art and shows the friendships and connections made between the partners and their surroundings.
Listening To, 2018
1990 saw the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the ADA. Twenty-eight years later, Ohio, among other states continues to face challenges raised by the ADA. With our work, we are listening to individuals who live and work as we all do.
The show will be held at 750 W. Newton Road
Speaking Of, 2017
In the beginning, members of Wood Lane were the subjects of the photographs. This semester, 2017, the Wood Lane individuals were taking photos as well, with the guidance of their partners. Speaking Of will be on display in the Community Gallery at the Toledo Museum of Art until August 6, 2017. To read more about Speaking Of, click here.
Beyond Gypsy Lane, 2016
A dozen Bowling Green State University photography students worked with individuals from Wood Lane to bring a sense of awareness and visibility to those with developmental disabilities and had their work displayed at the Toledo Museum of Art. "Beyond Gypsy Lane: To Reach the Goal," shows the quiet moments, workplace, and hobbies. To read more about the exhibition and body of work, click here.