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Images of Advancing the Human Spirit on Display at WITF
The photographic exhibition Images of Advancing the Human Spirit by Dennis Felty and Daniel Shanken will be displayed at the Loewengard Atrium at WITF. The exhibition reflects the work of Keystone Human Services, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing services to children and adults with disabilities.
Harrisburg, PA (PRWeb) March 4, 2013—Images of Advancing the Human Spirit will be on display at the Loewengard Atrium at WITF from March 8 through April 10. This photographic exhibition features images by Dennis Felty and Daniel Shanken and reflects the work of Keystone Human Services, a nonprofit dedicated to creating opportunities for men, women, and children to be valued and contributing members of the community.
An artists’ seminar on “Advancing the Human Spirit: A Global Perspective” will be held on March 21 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Following the seminar will be a reception from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the Loewengard Atrium at WITF.
Both Felty and Shanken aim to capture the essence of their subjects, showing them as individuals who have value and worth.
Felty is not only a fine art photographer, but also the founding president of Keystone Human Services. Dedicated to deinstitutionalization and inclusion, KHS has been serving the community for over 40 years. When KHS first began, it supported three gentlemen to move out of the Harrisburg State Hospital into their own home. Today, KHS provides support for thousands of children and adults in the community.
Shanken is a commercial and corporate photographer at Shanken Photography Inc. and has worked frequently with Felty and KHS. He has done work for the Associated Press covering the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and photographed the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
Images of Advancing the Human Spirit is available for display in additional locations. Contact Ann Moffitt, ACFRE at 717-232-7509 ext. 133 or amoffitt @ keystonehumanservices.org to make arrangements.
Keystone Human Services provides services to children and adults with autism, intellectual disabilities, and those experiencing mental illness, as well as children and family services, in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Moldova, and Russia. It also includes Capital Area Head Start and Susquehanna Service Dogs.
For more information about Keystone Human Services, visit www.keystonehumanservices.org or call Ann Moffitt, ACFRE at 717-232-7509 ext. 133.