Deaf photograph club exhibits works in Kumamoto Prefecture

The first photo exhibition was opened by the Deaf photograph club.
(photo: http://kumanichi.com/)

April 30, 2012

The Kumamoto Prefecture Deaf Photograph Club held the photo exhibition to celebrate the 5th anniversary of foundation in the prefecture.

The members said, "we want the visitors to see the difference of a viewpoint between the Deaf and hearing persons."

The club was formed in 2007 taking advantage of the photograph class which the Prefecture Association of the Deaf sponsored. The members are improving their skill with help of the expert who is a lecturer every month.

The photo exhibition came out for the first time, which exhibited 35 unusually visual works of nature, rural scenery, a living thing, etc. that the nine members in their 40-70's made. 


Japanese original article:
http://kumanichi.com/osusume/hotnews/kiji/20120430001.shtml

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