"Humanity," a photographic exhibit by the Long Island Center of Photography
The LICP was founded in 1996 and is still thriving today. It's mission is to educate, advocate and connect via the art of photography. Through monthly discussions and group critiques, members are provided support with candor and stimulation in a non-competitive atmosphere. The Long Island Center of Photography mounts exhibitions at various venues two or three times per year, frequently incorporating a theme. The October-December exhibit at Molloy College is entitled "Humanity." Twenty creative photographers, each displaying two images, represent their individual observations of people engaged in daily pursuits of life; in the words of Edward Steichen: "daily relationships of man to himself, to his family, to the community and to the world we live in."
Artists' reception Saturday, October 26, 2-4 pm.
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