On May 19th, residents of Hillside exhibited photographs and other artistic works in the common room of their residence. For several months, residents have been participating in bi-weekly photography workshops hosted by ACT and the Contactivity Centre. The workshops were an opportunity for residents to become acquainted with digital cameras and hone their photography skills.
The workshops and the final exhibit are a partnership between Concordia University’s Ageing + Communication + Technologies (ACT) project and the Contactivity Centre, a community partner of the office municipal d’habitation de Montréal.
For more information about our partners:
Contactivity Centre: http://contactivitycentre.org
Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal: http://www.omhm.qc.ca