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Lebanon Valley Council of the Arts unveiled its Fish Out of Water exhibit during First Friday on July 3, and LebTown was there to capture the event.
The exhibit begins behind the Lebanon Community Library on 7th Street and spans the Veterans’ Memorial Walkway, ending behind “Boxie.” The new installation was officially debuted during the first First Friday event to be held since statewide stay-at-home orders were issued in March.
Local artists and makers were invited to design and paint the fish forms, which were available from LVCA for a $20 donation.
Find more background on the exhibit in our story from last week, and enjoy the photos from LebTown photographer Will Trostel below.
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