QUINCEAÑERA, by Donna A. age 18. Venice, CA

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QUINCEAÑERA, by Donna A. age 18. Venice, CA

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Donna was 18 years old when she was a participant in Girls’ Lives Through Girls’ Eyes: The National Girls’ Project. Girls’ Lives was a national photography and writing project conducted between 1998-2000 with teenage girls living in four diverse American communities: Los Angeles, CA; Maysville, KY; Leachville, AK; and Detroit, MI. The intention of this project was to explore the world of teenage girls, their self-perceptions and their views of their futures, through the camera’s lens.

Girls' Lives was conceived as a project in which participants, mentored by professional photographers and writers, would explore their dreams, challenges, and hopes for the future in words and images. It resulted in an extraordinary body of work that was exhibited as part of new millennium celebrations at the Mason County Museum (Kentucky), Focus:HOPE (Detroit), and SPARC (Los Angeles).