Posted on September 10, 2014
Milford High School students work with residents of the Joseph House, an agency which assists veteran’s in dependent situations with programming to reconnect them to jobs, family and home. Students and residents will interpret the community surrounding the Joseph House in Over-the-Rhine through photography and writing.
Image by Mollie BakerStudents and their partners at Joseph House are interpreting the historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood in images and words, working together to learn about the neighborhood and each other over the course of the fall of 2014. The program includes shooting at Prince of Peace Church, a nineteenth century brick church on Race Street, Findlay Market and Memorial Hall. The group also found inspiration for its work by visiting two Fotofocus exhibits of photography. The final project will include a permanent installation of creative work from the program in the Joseph House lobby.
In the video below, students offer a tribute to their Joseph House partners for their service on Veterans Day.