forFATHERS project celebrates the importance of fatherhood through photography, film, and all other creative artistic mediums. This project attracts a demographic of active fathers, young professionals, stay at home dads and all men around the world looking for daily inspiration.
Since the creation of forFATHERS project, it has played a major role in the transformation of fathers taking the initiative to being better parents. Fathers are men. Men will attend events, programs and will interact plus return for more if it addresses them as male parents. However, not all men are alike. Not all men like sports or cars. The attempt to make things “manly” instead of masculine leads some to create workshops/programs that are stereotypical and therefore fail to reach all men.
forFATHERS project has developed events where each father is actively involved and is granted with the opportunity to voice his opinion with other fathers, this creates dialogue between men.
Here at forFATHERS project we like to collaborate, if you have an event you will like us to be apart of, a photo essay to share or any written works on being a father or simply being a man, please drop us a line at… firstname.lastname@example.org
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History of Events
Introductory to forFATHERS project, Meet & Greet
January 10th, 2011 / DUMBO, Brooklyn
Fathers Vintage Exhibit, First Thursdays At Grady’s Boutique/Gallery
June 3rd, 2011 / Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
Together-Apart, Know Good Dads
June 4th 2011, New York, NY
A dynamic convo about fatherhood, from its challenges and triumphs to its impact on all of our personal relationships. This event was aimed at creating more positivity around being a loving, present and successful father.
(Author “Real Dads Stand up” and Custody & Child Support Lawyer)
(Author “Raisng Him Alone” & Single Mother Advocate)
(National Fatherhood Activist and former president of Def-Jam)
Men Are Born Fathers Are Made, Community Cookout/BBQ
House of Art Gallery
August 20th 2011, Brooklyn, NY
More Than XY, Exhibit
The Darnley Gallery / The Bernie Grant Arts Centre
June-July 2012 / London, England