Collin College is hosting an exhibit entitled “Dyslexia Experienced” through Friday at the Central Park Campus Library in McKinney.

The exhibition runs in conjunction with the 2013 Collin College Book in Common, My Dyslexia, Collin College and The Winston School in Dallas present student art projects.

“Dyslexia Experienced” is student art focusing on how it feels to have dyslexia and other learning disabilities, expressing it through paintings, woodwork and digital art projects.

The exhibit will be on display during Pulitzer Prize winner Philip Schultz’s visit to the Collin College campuses to discuss his book “My Dyslexia.”

The exibibit will be open during library hours, Monday through Thursday, 7:45 a.m. to 9:45 p.m. and Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For information about the exhibit, contact John Roggenkamp, reference librarian, at 972-548-6709 or jroggenkamp@collin.edu.

 

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