Next time you are walking down Moody Street, take note of the solemn still faces staring back at you.
The faces are photos of local homeless citizens that are part of the new "Faces' art exhibit at
Each photo is accompanied by a short description of the person pictured meant to highlight the dreams contributions of homeless people. Some of the faces in the exhibit are involved in with the Community Day Center, a Waltham-based agency that assists homeless people.
“A guest told me that she was homeless, but she was more than that. Under the supportive environment of the Day Center, our guests reveal their real life stories of survival, hopes and achievements,” said Comunity Day Center Executive Director Marilyn Lee-Tom in a press release.
A reception for the exhibit will be held on May 6, from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Digital Imaging Arts facility. The exhibit is now open and runs until May 31. A sepreate Day Center exhibit called "Homelessness from Our Eyes," will also be on display until May 31. It portrays the difficulties of being homeless through the eyes of Day Center guests who worked with homeless individuals.