News & Events
ITVS partners with Shooting Beauty for the Shooting Beauty Girl Scouts Patch Program's Washington, DC, launch event (yes, it's a mouth full!) as part of the ITVS Woman and Girls Lead initiative. Women and Girls Lead is an innovative public media initiative designed to focus, educate, and connect women, girls, and their allies across the globe to address the challenges of the 21st century.
We’re excited to announce that Shooting Beauty has partnered with the Girl Scouts of the Nation’s Capital to create the new Shooting Beauty Patch Program which will be available to Girl Scouts throughout the United States! To learn more, visit...
Scroll through the feature article about Shooting Beauty and the Shooting Beauty photographers, at the very cool, innovative on-line magazine, Distinctive Style!
Shooting Beauty screens at the 22nd Annual Best Buddies Leadership Conference. And the Shooting Beauty team is also proud to announce that Best Buddies is now an official partner of Shooting Beauty! We’ll keep you posted about our upcoming Shooting Beauty/ Best Buddies collaborative workshops in your local schools and universities.
To learn more about Best Buddies please visit http://www.bestbuddies.org
See the Shooting Beauty photographers, Tony Knight and Carrie Miccelli on the new posters for the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Developmental Disabilities.
Courtney heads off to Seven Hills Foundation in Worcester, MA to teach a one-week workshop to a new group of photographers! Cameras have already been adapted for 15 photographers- all done in one day. Oh, the beauty of switch adapted cameras! Courtney will also work with the staff to create an on-going photo club for the three MA Seven Hills sites.
Andraea LaVant, Youth Development Specialist, presents Shooting Beauty as part of her ‘Re-Defining Beauty’ workshop at the Girl Scouts National Conference on Inclusion
Crotched Mountain creates video about the Shooting Beauty Workshop. Check out the video to see what happens when Courtney arms a whole new team of Shooting Beauty photographers with cameras!
Courtney visits University of Central Florida as part of a Teachers In Action special screening event of Shooting Beauty. Courtney will also be visiting the United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida to hand out cameras and meet with from the college transition program.
If you want to see what the event was like, check out UCF student, Anna Powers, service learning presentation about organizing the Shooting Beauty screening event!