First Ever Stanton Elementary Video from Clary Estes on Vimeo. “In many ways, I did not choose Stanton Elementary. Rather, Stanton Elementary chose me and when I came to the school, I never imaged that it would overtake my life and career in the manner that it did. From day one, Stanton gave me full […]
Elijah Green talks about his time at Stanton Elementary
Danielle Scarborrow talks about her time at Stanton Elementary.
Reading Teach Tiffany Tillman talks about Stanton Elementary
Danielle Scarborrow, Kevon Rucker and Tyrell Smith Talk about their time at Stanton.
Thesis Presentation from Clary Estes at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington DC
Post Show Interview from Clary Estes discussing the project and her subjects.
Clary Estes will be presenting her thesis on Saturday, April 27th, at 9:45am in the Corcoran Auditorium in downtown Washington DC.
On Tuesday, March 12th, Clary Estes and Tiffany Williams put together the “Second to None” pop-up show at the THEARC, which was on display for one night only. Many attended and the show was a great platform to talk about the work Stanton is doing in the Southeast. In addition, prints were sold to the […]
Thank you to everyone who supported the Community Engagement show!
Not that long now until graduating members of the Corcoran Association of Photojournalists display their work in NEXT at the Corcoran! Make sure to mark your calendars for the opening reception.
Second to None: The Story of Stanton Elemetary – Thesis Preview from Clary Estes on Vimeo. Clary Estes’ Thesis Preview Video has been posted to Vimeo. A description of the project is described as; “Three years ago, Stanton Elementary was the 2nd worst performing school in the District of Columbia. To remedy the problem, a […]
The thesis preview of Clary Estes’ Second to None: The Story of Stanton Elementary has been featured on the Corcoran College of Art and Design’s New Media Photojournalism Blog, cap-dc.org You can see the post at http://www.cap-dc.org/thesis-preview-the-long-way/ “Corcoran Association of Photojournalists (CAP) is an organization founded by the inaugural class of New Media Photojournalism graduate […]