The NoH8 campaign is coming to RVA Saturday, 5/16 – here’s details on what you need to do to get involved:
WHERE: Diversity Richmond
1407 Sherwood Avenue
Richmond, VA 23220
DATE: Saturday May 16th, 2015
TIME: 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Single/Solo Photos: $40
Couple/Group Photos: $25 per person
NOH8 accepts cash and credit cards only. Fees paid to participate cover services and costs for one edited digital print only, made available via noh8campaign.com, and do not include physical prints.
* COME CAMERA-READY *
* WEAR A WHITE SHIRT *
* POSE & MAKE A STATEMENT! *
The NOH8 Campaign returns to Diversity Richmond on Saturday, May 16th for an open photo shoot! Stop by anytime between 2pm-5pm to pose for an official NOH8 photo by photographer Adam Bouska. No reservations needed!
Photos are first-come, first-served – and we move fast! Please arrive camera-ready with a plainwhite shirt to match the signature style of the NOH8 photos.
When is the best time to arrive? Most people tend to arrive before the photo shoot begins, but as long as someone has lined up by the advertised end time for the photo shoot (5:00pm for this photo shoot), they should be guaranteed a chance to pose!
Once you arrive, the next steps are easy!
1. Fill-out one numbered model release for each person.
2. Have a NOH8 temporary tattoo applied for your photo.
3. Standby for your number to be called.
4. Process your payment once called.
5. Trade your processed model release for duct tape!
NOH8 Co-Founder Adam Bouska will photograph roughly 5-10 frames per person. One frame will be selected/edited by our team and made available within approximately eight weeks (timeline subject to change).
INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING? Eemail@example.com with your contact information and make sure to note which shoot you’d like to volunteer for!
Earlier this week, Diversity Richmond celebrated a number of local folks and distributed more than $30K in grant funds to organizations around the city hoping to improve life across the LGBTQ spectrum. In a lengthy ceremony, the city’s largest LGBTQ non-profit gave out funds raised from the Diversity Thrift second hand store as well as [...]