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This site archives highlights from the 2011-2012 Music City Faces portrait project by Carter Andrews.
EQUAL DIGNITY, TOGETHER
Every picture tells a story.
And while every story is unique,
what we share
vastly outweighs our differences.
Since 2011, street photographer
Carter Andrews has captured the portraits
of over 7,000 strangers in Nashville.
From the Swan Ball to homeless camps
and every place in between,
Andrews has captured the people of
Nashville in all their diversity and color.
Andrews’ lens proves that apart,
every person has an equal measure of dignity.
But together, our common humanity
is clear and undeniable.
We believe in others.
We honor their stories.
We embrace our commons.
We are Nashville.
Enjoy exhibits of this work in Nashville at McCabe Community Center and Hartman Regional Community Center.
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