SARANAC LAKE - The photography of young aspiring artists is currently on display at Adirondack Medical Center, a member of Adirondack Health, through the end of October.
The photography exhibit, sponsored by the Lake Placid Institute, is a collection of winning artwork from a juried contest entitled "24 Hours -? A Photographic Interpretation of Life in the Adirondacks." The contest was open to all high school students in the Adirondacks during the 2010-11 academic year.
The exhibit has been on display at the Lake Placid Public Library, the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, and now in the hallway across from the Medical Imaging Department at AMC in Saranac Lake.
Coco Dunmire, executive director of the Lake Placid Institute, hangs the photography of Adirondack high school students entered as part of a juried contest. The artwork will be on display in the hallway across from the Medical Imaging Department at AMC in Saranac Lake through the end of October.
The latest exhibit is part of several that have been on display throughout Adirondack Health centers, including the Uihlein Living Center in Lake Placid and the Tupper Lake Health Center.