Emerging photographers donate images with proceeds benefiting Doctors without Borders
Posted 01.19.10 by MICA Media Relations
Rafael Soldi '09 (B.F.A. photography) gathered a group of emerging photographers working in the United States and Canada and organized a Benefit Print Sale for the people of Haiti, with proceeds going to Doctors Without Borders. The photographs are available to view and buy online at haitiprintsale.bigcartel.com.
Every print is 8x10 inches, from an edition of 10 and priced at $50, with 100 percent of the proceeds being donated. If every picture is sold, more than $8,000 will be donated to the people of Haiti.
"The support and enthusiasm coming from the photographers and many other organizations have been overwhelming and truly inspiring," Soldi says. "This is a great opportunity to support the people of Haiti and take a beautiful picture home in the process."
Big Cartel has donated its software and services to carry out the sales. Several local printers will facilitate the printing of the work, and Farmani Gallery will help out with the packaging of the prints. For any questions, contact Soldi.
Note: MICA recommends that donors to organizations supporting relief activities in Haiti prudently evaluate alternatives and make sound giving decisions.Photo credit: Rafael Soldi '09, Untitled (Terence)
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