9-11 Memorial Exhibit Symposium REGISTER NOW!
We are quickly filling up our guest list for the 9-11 Memorial exhibit and panel discussion entitled „Witness to Tragedy and Recovery‰ that will take place on the evening of Sept. 8 at 5:30 p.m. at Pace University, across from City Hall. If you haven‚t registered for the guest list, please go to
OF NOTE: The registration software for the October 8 opening-night of our photo exhibition at Pace University‚s downtown campus, „Witness to Tragedy and Recovery,‰ was temporarily mis-programmed over the weekend and wrongly told people the event was sold out. In fact, the reception part is sold out --except for photographers with work in the exhibition and their immediate guests. THEY SHOULD RESPOND TO TODD Toddphoto@aol.com
The symposium at 7:15, however, still has places, so please register for that soon at www.pace.edu/witness. I look forward to seeing you there.
To the exhibitors: Make sure there‚s no misunderstanding: All of you with work in the exhibition „Witness to Tragedy and Recovery,‰ at Pace‚s downtown campus, are warmly invited, with a guest, to the reception before our opening-night symposium. The reception starts at 5:30 in the Multi Purpose Room, entrance at 3 Spruce Street just east of City Hall (between Park Row and Gold).
PLEASE RSVP TO RECEPTION TO Toddphoto@aol.com . You also are automatically registered for the symposium at 7:15 that night. That is filling up, but we still have plenty of places, so encourage your friends and contacts to reserve places for themselves there athttp://www.pace.edu/witness.
There are more than 35 photographers featured in this exhibit and videos will be shown before the symposium. Keynote speaker is Aaron Brown, former CNN Anchor and professor at Arizona State University, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism. ABC-TV News Michelle Charlesworth is our moderator. For more info on this event, go to http://www.nppa2.org