HACKENSACK, NJ -- Through June 25th, a beautiful art exhibit with work from local organizations showcasing the talents of individuals with special needs is being proudly displayed in the County Building in Hackensack.
The works come from The Arc of Bergen and Passaic Counties; Life Opportunities Unlimited, A Non-Profit Organization; MarbleJam Kids, Inc.; The New Jersey Expanding Capabilities, (NJ ECC); and Spectrum For Living. Collectively, these organizations meet the challenges of individuals with autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities, emotional & social challenges, and other special needs.
Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco and the Freeholders are showcasing these pieces of art in the first floor Multi-Purpose Room of One Bergen County Plaza in Hackensack, may be viewed during regular business hours from Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The exhibit consists of paintings, photography and group project mixed media collages. The work is a testament to the ability to express one’s creative perspective despite a variety of challenges.
For more information on the exhibit, please feel free to contact the Bergen County Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs at 201.336.7292.