Guam - The Guam Humanities Council presents its latest project called "In-Sights". The exhibit highlights the work of 57 Micronesian youth who participated in the project's series of photography and creative writing workshops. The participants represent the diverse islands of the region and came from all five public high schools.
The youth worked with professional photographers and scholars to utilize their creativity, express their points of view and share their experiences. The exhibit reflects their definition of what it means to grow up on Guam as Micronesian.
The exhibit tour started at the Agana Shopping Center over the weekend. Starting tomorrow the exhibit will launch its school tour which runs through the 27th. The final venue of the In-Sights Exhibit Tour is at the Micronesia Mall in Dededo scheduled for June 2-4.