(Jackson, Wyo.) - Tonight at the Center for the Arts is a free ThinkWY event on Art and Activism. Tonight's event will begin at 6 p.m. and feature three presentations by David Stubbs, Ali Dunford and the Latino Leadership Team of the Jackson Hole Middle School. David Stubbs is a freelance photographer and cinematographer based in Jackson Hole since 1999. He combines his passions for photojournalism, adventure and environmental stories to produce striking content for editorial, commercial and non-profit clients for over 15 years. Stubbs will talk on his desire to use his artistry to expose social issues and tell stories that invoke a response. Ali Dunford is the founder and Executive Director of Hole Food Rescue, a Jackson based nonprofit working to create local solutions to food waste and food insecurity. Although Dunford has only been a resident of Teton County for a little over three years, she feels Jackson is her home and is committed to investing in its future. Dunford will present on how her work affects people in our community and her personal passion to find solutions to real social problems. The Latino Leadership Team led by JHMS teacher, Michelle Rooks, are creating a presentation that gives a voice to their views on their life struggles, challenges and triumphs growing up in Jackson and being part of the Latino culture in family life and social settings. The event is free at open to the public. Additional information is available here.
*Feature Photo: ThinkWY event. h/t Wyoming Humanities Council / Pitchengine