The Social Fabric Collective is a non-profit organization that provides professional photography equipment, education and inspiration to high school students who are as diverse as they are dynamic.
Through teaching high schoolers the art and discipline of digital photography, we inspire young people to take hold of their ability to transform themselves and the world.
Social Fabric Collective (SFC) is a nonprofit organization that, through teaching high school students the art and discipline of digital photography, uses the camera as a catalyst for discussion and discovery. They inspire their students to take in new perspectives and recognize their ability to transform themselves and the world.
Through acceptance and enlightenment, the organization seeks to strengthen the social fabric that will secure a better world. The program benefits students who, as a whole, are often denied critical access and exposure to the arts, as enrichment programs continue to be de-funded and deemphasized at local and national levels.
Each semester, SFC students engage in an intensive series of small group workshops, creative assignments, speaker seminars, field trips and volunteer projects. These activities challenge them to reach both inward and outward as they examine their identity and community through photography.
Programs last fourteen weeks and culminate in a photography exhibition and fundraiser.