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About | Vox Photo Project
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About the Event

Date: Fri, June 26, 2015 | Sat, June 27, 2015
Time: 7p-10p
Location:  Zynderia Studios – 1741 Naud St., Los Angeles, CA 90012
Admission: $30 Presale / $15 Child/ $40 Door

Tickets are tax deductible and the money goes directly to the benefiting organizations and will be matched up to $15,000.

The Vox Photo Project, led by artist and philanthropist Dolce Wang, empowers self-expression in at-risk communities around the world through photography. Participants learn the basics of photography to capture their own stories around the themes of Interesting People and Places, A Day in the Life, and What Does Love Look Like?  Join us on June 26 and 27, 2015 for a mixed media fundraising event showcasing the works and lives of Vox students in Colombia, Guatemala, Ghana, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Los Angeles.  All donations will go to support these communities through The Geefay Foundation.

Zynderia Studios

About Dolce Wang

Named after a musical term, Dolce spent her youth studying Haydn, Brahms, and Elgar as well as venturing through the Buffalo Bayou in Houston, Texas.  Naturally curious, she wondered what was at the end of Interstate 10, and followed it west to the University of Southern California where she studied Mechanical Engineering and Film. Her travels have taken her around the world to Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa, and have won her several national and international awards. Fueled by an insatiable interest in the exploration of human story, Dolce now devotes her time to finding innovative ways to incorporate her multidisciplinary experiences into new projects. She is currently working at Walt Disney Imagineering.