PhotoSensitive exhibit titled “Kids Who Can” aims to raise public awareness

Video: PhotoSensitive: Easter Seals Camp Squamish, BC

PhotoSensitive: Easter Seals Camp Squamish, BC. The breathtaking beauty of Camp Squamish in BC, and the wide range of activities open to its campers, including swimming, playing instruments, singing, playing games and just hanging out.

The photography collective known as PhotoSensitive mounts a black-and-white show each year designed to raise public awareness on a worthy social issue.

This year the work of 25 photographers and videographers focused on kids — all bearing some degree of mental or physical disability — at 12 Easter Seals camps in eight provinces. Titled “Kids Who Can,” the show of still images and short films runs March 6 to 16 at the Allen Lambert Galleria of Brookfield Place, 181 Bay St. in downtown Toronto.

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