Over the course of about a month, Aditi Mehta and Elizabeth Rossi gave cameras to six kids ages 9-14 and instructed them take pictures of their neighborhoods and communities. The result is Kids and Cameras: Views of Baltimore, an exhibit of photographs by the children.
"They had the most interesting and unique perspectives on a lot of things," Rossi said. "Our goal with the project was to give these kids in a neighborhood where art programs are not funded well a chance to use their voices to say something about their lives and their community -- about what they like and what they don't like."
Kids and Cameras: Views of Baltimore will be on display through Sunday at Load of Fun gallery, 120-126 W. North Ave. There is a reception 3 p.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. Starting Monday, the exhibit moves to the Enoch Pratt Library's Central Hall, 400 Cathedral St.