Friday, April 1st
6pm to 9pm
315 3rd Street
This month the _gaia gallery will feature photography work by Lillian Ribeiro and Tracey Noelle Luz in "Be/Leave"
Come have a drink with us and stay for the after-party!
Be/Leave is a dialogue about who we become when we travel. In this photo essay, two activists who traveled alone outside the US contemplate their role in the world as organizers and their role in their own individual lives.
Tracey Noelle Luz is the director of They Will be Heard, the first feature length film on heavy metal in Cuba. She is also a photographer specializing in documentary and portraits.
Lillian Ribeiro is the director of performance and film at _gaia and also skates for Garden State Rollergirls.