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SPECIAL EYES ON THE ENVIRONMENT (S.E.E.) PHOTO EXHIBIT AT OCEAN COUNTY LIBRARY
TOMS RIVER – The Ocean County Library will host a dynamic environmental photography exhibition that has been created by participants of the Options Adult Day Program, a program of the New Jersey Institute for Disabilities (NJID).
The exhibit celebrates the outstanding accomplishments of ten photographers, all adults with disabilities, whose unique perspectives have created a stunning collection of photographs which focus on the beauty and blemishes of Ocean County.
The Special Eyes on the Environment (S.E.E.) program is a highly-innovative photography program which incorporates adaptive equipment to facilitate the generation of high-quality black and white images. Now in its 17th year, S.E.E. is one of the most powerful environmental impact programs in the country for students and adults with special needs.
The exhibition opens on Wednesday, November 10 at 11 a.m. with a reception at the Ocean County Library, 101 Washington Street. It will remain on display through the end of November.
The exhibit is funded by a grant from the Ocean County Cultural and Heritage Commission and the New Jersey Council for the Arts.