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On Exhibit at Robeson Library: Jersey Collective: The Third Year

January 10, 2018
Jersey Collective

We welcome Jersey Collective back to Robeson Library for an exhibition through February 9.

Jersey Collective: The Third Year is on display at the Paul Robeson Library now through February 9, 2018.

Jersey Collective is a collaborative Instagram project that showcases the beauty of New Jersey and the talent of photographers who live here. Over 150 diverse people from all over the state have been featured, from as young as age 13 to over 50. Each week, a different person takes over the Instagram account, treating followers to their unique style and point of view while sharing their favorite parts of the Garden State.

The images displayed in the exhibit are a selection from the third year of the project, spanning from March 2016 to March 2017.  All of the photos were taken with mobile phone cameras. To participate in Jersey Collective, one does not need to be a professional photographer.

Jersey Collective also holds in-person meet ups, workshops, and events. They have offered a sun-printing workshop, a tour of Bell Works, and meetups at places like Allaire Village, Sandy Hook, and Cattus Island Park. Jersey Collective has been featured in the Asbury Park Press, New Jersey Monthly, and on News 12.

You can find Jersey Collective on Instagram at instagram.com/jerseycollective and at jerseycollective.org.