Come see samples from the collection from silly to serious, and showing that anyone can do good, no matter who they are
Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Location: Northeastern Crossing
Sponsored By: No Evil Project, Northeastern Crossing
More Information: http://www.artweekboston.org/event/no-evil-project-exhibit-photo-shoot/
Unless you have a secret lair where you’re devising nefarious plots to bring about world destruction, you can be a part of the No Evil Project. Come see samples from the collection from silly to serious, and showing that anyone can do good, no matter who they are. If you like what you see, we’ll have a photo studio setup, and the creator of the project, Troy B. Thompson, will be photographing anyone that wants to be part of the project for free! Your finished set will be available online to share and show you’re not evil.
Bring your friends and family along to work together. It’s free to participate, and everyone gets an “I’m not evil” monkey pin for posterity.
Planning on attending? You can download the worksheet ahead of time and bring with you to the exhibit/photo shoot, found here: http://noevil.co/2mKFwyL.
About the No Evil Project: What defines you? Thousands of people have joined the No Evil Project by posing as the Three Wise Monkeys, See No Evil, Hear No Evil, and Speak No Evil, to challenge stereotypes and show that people aren’t defined by their labels.
Participants pick three of their labels such as race, religion, sexuality, hobbies and occupations, politics, medical conditions, and even controversial things like favorite sports teams. Then they write a good deed they’ve done to show they’re “not evil”. The result is a fun way to start traditionally uncomfortable but important conversations about differences.