We are excited to announce that the Look Now: Facing Breast Cancer multimedia exhibition is on view at Syracuse University’s Point of Contact Gallery from October 8-31, 2018.
The Opening Night Reception is on Thursday, October 11 from 6-8 pm, preceded by a Gallery Talk at 5 pm by project photographer Cindy Bell and project director Tula Goenka.
Point of Contact Gallery is located at Syracuse University’s Warehouse Building, 350 West Fayette Street, Syracuse NY, 13202 (315-443-2169).
Gallery Hours are Monday-Saturday, 12-5pm or by appointment.
Many, many thanks to all our 44 participants!
Look Now Project was featured in syracuse.com on October 26, 2018. You can read it here.
Breast cancer might have mutilated our bodies, health and lives but it didn’t take away our dignity, femininity or sense of self.
Many thanks to all the participants for their bravery and courage to share their private stories so publicly. We honor and respect you. #LookNowProject #breastcancerawareness
Many thanks to Bridge Street on NewsChannel 9 for your continued support of the #LookNowProject. You hosted our creator and project director Tula Goenka (in Fall 2017 and Summer 2018) to help us spread the word and recruit participants, and we were delighted to share information with your viewers today about the finished show.
Please visit The Point of Contact Gallery (350 W. Fayette Street, Syracuse) Monday-Saturday between 12-5 pm or by appointment by Wednesday, October 31. There is no entrance fee, and all are welcome.
Many thanks to Zestful Aging for speaking with Professor Tula Goenka about the #LookNowProject and exhibition currently at view at The Point of Contact Gallery, Monday-Saturday from 12-5 or by appointment until October 31.
You can listen to the podcast here.
Please visit and help us share the stories of 44 breast cancer survivors from Central New York. #BreastCancerAwareness
Look Now creator and project director Tula Goenka was featured on WAER 88.3, Syracuse University’s NPR station recently.
Listen to the story here, and then go and see the exhibition at The Point Of Contact Gallery. It’s open Monday-Saturday 12-5 pm through Wednesday, October 31, and is free and open to the public.