Class of 2020 graduates are invited to participate in a unique photo-shoot with award-winning renowned photographers Armando Colls and Tomas Loewy. At least 200 lucky seniors will have their own photos taken in front of the famed murals. Seniors can register for the free picture session and receive a coupon to print their free 8 x 10 colored photo via www.lostweens.com.
Registered seniors also will receive a goody bag onsite filled with product giveaways and enjoy DJ music as they wait for their photo session with each photographer. The event is being virtually hosted by Miami-based Tik Tok star Bonnie Rodriquez, @bonnierzm, who is sharing five of her famous poses to help seniors prepare for their one-of-a-kind photo experience.
High school graduation is the most important academic rite of passage for students who have worked so hard to complete a 12-year education and a true milestone as teens transition into adulthood. The Class of 2020 faced the cancellation of their annual high school graduation commencement along with other milestones due to the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine. The pomp and circumstance of a traditional graduation commencement is such a meaningful time for high school seniors as well as a meaningful moment for the families who have supported these efforts and watch them grow through their academic journey. Based on this notion a group of Miami business leaders has joined forces to provide them with a unique experience that commemorates such a unique moment in history and their lives.
RC Cola Mural Museum also will dedicate a mural wall in its museum to celebrate and honor the Class of 2020. Using the images taken they will be transferred onto a wall becoming a monumental mural of Seniors’ pictures in black & white, with community leaders and iconic symbols of graduation in color. The special dedication will be created by an urban legend graffiti artist to tag the wall #SeniorPictureDay2020 #Classof2020 at a later date.
The bilingual digital platform for guiding GenZ, Los Tween & Teens, is co-hosting and producing the onsite event and is featuring ongoing content about Class of 2020 graduates on its website www.lostweens.com. Founded as an e-magazine to help parents, educators and caregivers guide kids ranging from 8-18 years old, the platform emphasizes the importance of supporting tweens and teens during their unique life milestones and transitions.