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Local art featured in Talking Books exhibit

“Lonesome Valley,” a painting by Donald Matthews of Great Bend is included in the first Talking Books Traveling Art Show, on display at the Great Bend Public Library.

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The Talking Books program has taken a decidedly visual approach to public awareness with the launch of a traveling art exhibit titled “Through Different Eyes: Achieving a New Perspective.”
This is the first in what promises to be an annual exhibit showcasing the artistic talents of the blind, visually impaired and physically impaired Talking Books patrons in Kansas, sponsor say. It opened Saturday at the Great Bend Public Library, where it will remain through April 20. Admission is free.
“The State Library of Kansas wanted to show the public that though an individual may be visually or physically impaired, there ...

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