| Nov 16, 06:49 PM
Recently, instant photographer Andrea Jenkins traveled to Gjilan, Kosovo with a group of artists from her church to work with high school art students there, as well as hold workshops for the greater art community.
While there, Andrea captured images in a documentarian style, using Impossible film and Polaroid 600 film, providing a glimpse into the everyday life of Kosovo.
From her blog: “I’m going because I believe art is a powerful way to connect with people. I believe it transcends language and a mess of barriers. I believe it gives voice to the voiceless.”
We thank Andrea for allowing us to include her images on the Impossible Blog. To see more, visit her blog at hulaseventy.blogspot.com/
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