MBKU Opens Tenth Annual Shared Visions Art Exhibit

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Marshall B. Ketchum University recently opened its 10th Annual Shared Visions Art Exhibit, which features the work of blind and visually impaired artists.

Marshall B. Ketchum University recently opened its 10th Annual Shared Visions Art Exhibit, which features the work of blind and visually impaired artists.

Marshall B. Ketchum University (MBKU) opened its 10th Annual Shared Visions Art Exhibit, which features the work of blind and visually impaired artists. This year’s juried art exhibit includes 93 pieces of artwork from 32 artists from the United States, Canada and Sweden. The pieces were selected from 142 entries. The opening of the exhibit, which is supported by funding from Abbott Medical Optics and open to the public through mid-August 2015, preceded MBKU’s signature fundraising event, The Shared Visions Gala and V-Awards. Proceeds from the gala assist the university in its mission to support vision readiness for all children in Orange County, Calif.