Art Exhibit at Library Encourages Touch


A new exhibit was recently hung is in the Friends of the Franklin Library Communtiy Room, entitled, “Love Letter.”  According to artist Amy Adams it is an effort to make art more accessible to our blind and low vision community. The installation is family friendly and encourages you to touch, view its strategic color combinations and find braille in some of the art.

The collection is free to come view at The Franklin Public Library and will be displayed until June 24th.

More information on Adams is available at

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