Saturday, August 21, 2010

Check out SF Weekly Photo Booth Pics from GHMAP Benefit

The Women's Film Institute (WFI) held a night of fun and networking to raise funds for Generation HERstory Media Arts Project initiative (GHMAP) with special guest Jan Wahl (Photograph: Left, Jan Wahl. Right, Scarlett Shepard, Executive Director of WFI). GHMAP identifies and fosters the next generation of media-makers and broadens public access to arts enrichment by providing free hands-on filmmaking training and mentoring for diverse low-income and at-risk young women (ages 12-19) in the San Francisco Bay Area. Young women are given the tools to create short films and public-service announcements that authentically reflect their voices.

Check out SF Weekly Photo Booth Pics:

About WFI:
WFI's mission is to honor, showcase, and facilitate the creation of films that are directed or co-directed by women. WFI is the presenter of the annual San Francisco International Women's Film Festival (SFWFF), WFI Shorts Tour, Generation HERstory Media Arts Project, and year-round educational programs and events. WFI is fiscally sponsored by Independent Arts & Media. Independent Arts & Media is a 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to expand civic dialogue by increasing access to independent voices. Independent Arts & Media is dedicated to producing and promoting independent media and supporting and serving independent artists and media producers:,

1 comment:

  1. Actually I'm interest to see different Photobooth because I feel so glad that I saw people enjoy having photos with photobooth and they also enjoy its special effects.