INTRODUCING HEP ONLINE

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Join us in celebrating The Human Experience Project!

Shining a light on joy, education, and service our goal is to create visual

narrative content supporting mission-based organizations, institutions, and individuals

who inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge and strengthen our communities.

Click here to view HEP Volume One

We look forward to hearing from you!

David + Gay

(To learn more, please visit our site The Human Experience Project)

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© David Katzenstein
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HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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Washington, D.C. – 2017

“It has been frequently remarked, that it seems to have been reserved to the people of this country to decide, by their conduct and example, the important question, whether societies of men (and women) are really capable or not, of establishing good government from reflection and choice, or whether they are forever destined to depend, for their political constitutions, on accident and force.”

― Alexander Hamilton, Federalist Papers

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© David Katzenstein

ALL ARE WELCOME?

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Times Square – New York City

Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!
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© David Katzenstein

¡Viva México!

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Tepoztlán, Mexico

For all the World Cup fans in North America, we are rooting for our southern neighbor México to continue its impressive run as it enters the next rounds. By cheering for this team we can also show our humanity and support during these difficult times.

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© David Katzenstein

WELCOME TO AMERICA!

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Old Orchard Beach, Maine 2017

Last summer while working on a project about Old Orchard Beach in Maine I came across this wonderful family, recent immigrants from Somalia, Africa. When I spotted them amongst the bathers I asked the father if I could take a family portrait. They were recent arrivals to the United States, probably through the process of political asylum. They stood out on the crowded beach, and it made me proud to live in a country where immigrants are welcome.
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© David Katzenstein

THE WELLING COURT MURAL PROJECT

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Long Island City, Queens

Public arts access and education lie at the cornerstone of The Welling Court Mural Project. Bordering the Ferry Landing and the Ravenswood Houses in Astoria, New York, the Mural Project sprawls through the neighborhood and epitomizes the ethos of collaboration, galvanizing residents, business owners, and community members in a universally recognized cultural movement. Future documentation of the changing murals and urban landscape coupled with artist profiles and scholarly analysis will work to increase awareness and firmly cement this enclave’s status as an important cultural destination.
In October 2017, David Katzenstein and Gay Feldman began an ongoing collaboration with the project director and founder. Our efforts will help realize the production of commercially viable products and catalog, providing a limited income stream that will support the ongoing mural project.
Click here to view and read more about The Welling Court Mural Project
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© David Katzenstein