100 eyes 100 voices in Launceston

An unusual exhibition in Launceston, Tasmania features images taken by the local community on 100 disposable cameras distributed by council.

A collection of images and recorded voices, the ‘100 eyes 100 voices’ exhibition was collated by a wide range of community members.
Council distributed 100 disposable cameras to residents in July, with the brief to take photos of the things that make Launceston a great place to live.

The exhibition forms part of an public consultation process for the development of a Community Plan.

The images will be displayed at the Launceston Town Hall until September.

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