Journey’s End presents Buffalo Through Their Eyes 2013.

Journey’s End presents Buffalo Through Their Eyes 2013.

December 5th brought hundreds of people to CEPA to see the photography of 15 refugees as part of Buffalo Through Their Eyes.

After a 4-month photography class with CEPA, each participant exhibited fifteen of their best photos. Photographers brought their families and friends and celebrated their accomplishments.

The event was beautifully catered by the Lunch Box.

Journey’s End Refugee Services

Since 2010, CEPA has partnered with Journey’s End Refugee Services on Buffalo Through Their Eyes, their truly unique program that gives refugees new to Buffalo and the U.S. an opportunity to document their transition to a new life through photography.

CEPA’s Community Arts Programs

Recognized by Michelle Obama with a 2013 National Arts & Humanities Youth Program Award, CEPA’s nationally celebrated community arts programs create opportunities for children throughout Buffalo and Western New York to come together and learn in a unique and supportive arts education environment.

Mohammad Amin Faquid Mohammad and family
Tity Manteke
Passageway Gallery (2nd floor)
Mazin Blasini
Passageway Gallery (3rd floor)
Passageway Gallery (3rd floor)
Lauren Tent