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Iaritza Menjivar is a documentary photographer and Associate Director at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. Her project, First Generation, was published in the New York Times Lensblog. She has received a St. Botolph Foundation Emerging Artist Grant and has recently been awarded a full scholarship for a three- year Advanced Mentored Study Program for Visual-Storytelling and Documentary Projects with Ed Kashi from VII Photo and James Estrin from the New York Times Lens. Iaritza has been a teaching assistant and co-instructor for Stella Johnson's photography workshop Documenting Village Life, Oaxaca, Mexico for Lesley University and Main Media Workshops. Recently, Iaritza has exhibited in various group shows, including, Crossing Borders at the Boston Arts Academy in Boston, MA and the Emerge-Cubes at Photoville in New York City.
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Some selected accolades
PHOTOGRAPHING FAMILY: The Personal Becomes Political panel discussion, AIPAD 2018
Family Tales, Griffin Museum of Photography
Alumni Panel: Gallery and Museum, Lesley Art and Design
Lively [Documentary Photography} Conversation with Susan S. Banks and Liz Munzel moderated by Anabel Vasquez Rodriguez, Leica Gallery Boston