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Our Program --> Photo Exhibit: Fearless: A Photography Project on Openly Gay High School and Collegiate Athletes

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+ High School Athletics Panel by PFLAG and GLSEN (Sat, Mar 27)
+ Collegiate Athletics Panel by the NCAA (Sat, Mar 27)
+ Athlete Scholarship Fund Raising Dinner (separate fee) (Sat, Mar 27)

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All Weekend Preview at Boston City Hall, then all weekend at MIT ALL Fearless: A Photography Project on Openly Gay High School and Collegiate Athletes

(on display at the MIT Student Center, 3rd floor)


"Fearless: A Photography Project on Openly Gay High School and Collegiate Athletes" will be on display near the registration table on the 3rd Floor of the MIT Student Center. A preview of Jeff's work will be at Boston City Hall on Friday from 6pm to 8pm at the networking event.

For the last 6 months Jeff has been traveling across the United States, photographing and interviewing openly gay and lesbian high school and collegiate athletes, exploring and examining the intersections between sexuality and athleticism. In the execution of the portraits for his project, he has taken the images immediately after an intense practice or work out, exploiting the post-coital nature of these moments. Ultimately in a few years, he hopes to put together in a publication these images along with the stories and lives of these athletes.

If you have any questions or comments, or know of or are an openly gay high school or collegiate athlete and would be interested in being in the project, please contact him directly at jeffsheng@jeffsheng.com.


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