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May 27, 2013

Artists named to White Mountains program

CAMPTON, N.H. (AP) — The White Mountain National Forest has two new artists-in-residence for 2013.

John Anderson and Kyle Browne have been selected as this year’s participants.

Anderson, of Campton, is a photographer who plans to take time-lapse and panoramic images of the forest. He is the owner of On the Spot Photography and has been teaching photography at Plymouth State University since 2004.

Browne, of Massachusetts, is director of the Cambridge, Mass., Creativity Commons, which links students and teachers through arts integration and project-based learning. Her residency plans include creating two interactive, site-specific sculptures with natural materials.

The residency offers a minimum three-week period during which the artists have time to work on their art while living in the forest. Each artist donates one piece of work to the forest.

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