2020 Pine Bush Perspectives Exhibit
See it along the trail at the Albany Pine Bush Preserve through March 1, 2021!
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ALBANY, NY – The 2020 Pine Bush Perspectives juried photo exhibit is currently on display along the outdoor StoryWalk® path behind the Albany Pine Bush Preserve Discovery Center located at 195 New Karner Road in Albany.
“A StoryWalk® is usually a children's book that is deconstructed and the pages are laminated. The pages of the book are then posted along a trail so that people read the story as they are walking along the trail,” explained Jackie Citriniti, Lead Educator and show designer. “We’re using it a little differently this winter”, she continued. “Previous Pine Bush Perspectives exhibits have been inside the Discovery Center, but due to limited hours and capacity we decided to move the exhibit outside and online.”
Each visitor views the Albany Pine Bush Preserve from a unique vantage point worthy of celebrating and sharing. The jurors, Denise Hackert-Stoner and Scott Stoner, selected photographs that represent a diversity of content and vision. This collection of photographs gives a unique perspective of the globally-rare inland pine barrens. The public is also given the chance to view the exhibit online and vote for their favorite photo at www.AlbanyPineBush.org/photo-exhibit.
The exhibit will be open through March 1, 2021 and is sponsored by the Friends of the Pine Bush Community. Friends’ treasurer Richard Naylor said, “The Friends are pleased to celebrate and recognize all of the photographers who captured so many exceptional perspectives of the Albany Pine Bush. We hope the images exhibited will inspire others to go afield with their camera and experience something new."
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