Going green for Alban Arena photography exhibition

PUBLISHED: 16:01 08 July 2011

Exhibits from Green Eye Photography Exhibition

Exhibits from Green Eye Photography Exhibition


ENVIRONMENTAL issues are at the heart of a new photography exhibition which opened at the Alban Arena this week.

The Green Eye on St Albans exhibition displays work by residents and local groups looking at issues such as energy use, protection of the Green Belt, congestion and food production.

As well as the submitted work, facilitator and professional photographer Pete Stevens has worked with pupils from Sir John Lawes School in Harpenden and Batchwood School in St albans to produce images for the exhibition which runs until August 6 in the Arena foyer.

The exhibition, which is free during box office hours, is part of a project provided by St Albans council.

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