World Water Day Kenyan Photography Exhibition in Santa Monica

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Brio Photography presents a look into life in East Africa, from the beauty of the land and people, to the benefit that clean water brings the Maasai tribe of Kenya. Through partnership with WaterNow, a non-profit that drills for people in need, water wells have become the passion of photographer Brio Yiapan and glass artist Audra Moore.

Friday, March 25th at 212 Pier in Santa Monica, photographer, Brio Yiapan, and glass artist, Audra Moore, share the story of their experiences in Kenya in pursuit of what the rest of the world knows as Blue Gold. Through photography, music and art, the beauty of Kenya is told. The challenge of providing clean water for people in need, through partnership with WaterNow, is what drives these two women.

Brio is the daughter of a Kenyan father and an American mother. She found her calling when visiting her relatives in Kenya for the first time 10 years ago. She noticed the shortage of clean water, which is the number one killer in the third world. Through trial and error, she has found that partnering with WaterNow is an effective and sustainable way to get clean water to the people.

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