The 24 Hour Project: Documenting Humanity to Make a Difference took place on Saturday, April 1, 2017. A one day world-wide street photography event, the event featured 3,940 participants, from 765 cities, representing 112 countries. Participants documented the human condition in their cities in real time, all to support refugees in Greece, by uploading one photo per hour for 24 hours via instagram @24HourProject and @24HR17_Arkansas.
Seven photographers from the Little Rock registered for the event. One of the participants, Jason Crader, wrote about his experience in a blog. You can read more about his experiences here:
Local ambassador for the Arkansas event, Tommy Wallace, helped to organize the activities and navigate participants in the area. Some of the focal points highlighted in this year's event included pictures from the RiverMarket, Outdoor Cooking, the State Capitol, and much more. Pictures highlighted in the Arkansas segment of the world-wide event are being considered for exhibition in the state. Details will be printed as they are made available.
For more information, be sure to follow 24 Hour Project on Facebook.
@jasoncrader and @tcrain101 both submitted the required 24 photos during the event. To view their work or other submissions, please visit @24HR17_Arkansas.
Individuals who registered for Arkansas included: