Look, we could all use a good scream these days. Even better? Your yellin’ can be a work of art. Eat your heart out, Edvard Munch. 😱
Chicago-based photographer Whitney Bradshaw is bringing her “Outcry” project to town — a series of portraits showing women in the process of letting out a nice, cathartic shout. She started the night of the Women’s March in 2018 and it’s grown to 400+ portraits since.
The exhibit will make its PNW debut at the Photographic Center Northwest. Whitney is also hosting an “scream session” on Friday, Jan. 13 at the center, leading a select group through practice roars and then taking individual snapshots to be used in a future version of the show.
The session is limited to 15 women and is already full, but there is a waiting list.
Need inspiration? Just think about:
- Pre-5 p.m. sunsets
- Rush hour traffic on I-5
- A world without coffee
“Outcry” is on display to the public (for free) from Thursday, Jan. 12-Thursday, March 16.
UPDATE, Tues., Jan. 10: This article was updated to clarify that the “scream session” has a limited number of participants and is full with a waitlist.