'Surviving April 3rd' exhibit on display
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BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- A photo exhibit paying tribute to the survivors of the tragedy at the American Civic Association has opened in Binghamton.
A reception for the exhibit, called 'Surviving April 3rd,' was held Saturday at the Nezuntoz Café where the photos are on display.
The portraits feature victims' relatives, as well as city leaders and emergency responders who assisted in the aftermath. The photos were taken in conjunction with a film documentary being made about the tragedy.
"Meeting the people, you can tell how much they were really invested in helping the people that were involved, the people that were so closely involved with the incident itself. It was obviously very hard for a lot of people, so we worked together to kind of capture that,” said Danielle Ames, photographer.
The exhibit, which was organized by The Art School, will be on display through the end of the month. Their documentary premieres in June.