ZuriWorks Celebrates Survivors

and 35th Birthday of ZuriWorks Founder, Dr. Andrene Taylor

Get Exposed: A Photo docuseries on Cancer Survivorship

In recognition of Leukemia and Lymphoma Awareness Month, ZuriWorks presents Get Exposed, a docuseries of photographs that features the triumphant stories women of color who have battled cancer. Photographed first hand by these cancer warriors and professional photographer Kea Taylor, the project pays tribute to the courage and spirit of women who are often sidelined in the fight against cancer.


September 24 is also the 35th birthday of Zuriworks founder Andrene Taylor. After defeating blood cancer three times and being given just months to live at the age of 25, Andrene is a true testament to the power, courage, and faith of cancer warriors and we hope you will join us as we celebrate this incredible milestone.


Project supported by DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Howard University Hospital Cancer Center, and Pepco Edison Place Gallery


Get Exposed!

Monday, Sep. 23rd 2013 at 6pm

702 8th Street Northwest

Washington, D.C., DC

Funds raised during the event will go to expanding The Exposures Project http://bit.ly/17T1UbQ


Event Details

6-7:00pm Gathering and Light Refreshments

7-8:00pm Artist Talk

8-9:00pm Closing & Networking



Click here for ticket information: http://zuriworksexposed.eventbrite.com/

Call to Action: Donate to ZuriWorks Today!

With a $50 donation you'll receive a white gold custom-designed KiraKira for ZuriWorks bracelet engraved with the phrase "life is a journey" - a beautiful way to share your support! Plus, you'll help us frame a woman's photographs. Visit: http://bit.ly/17T1UbQ


Support The Exposures Project!