“Aquaculture Association…”


Last month the Cedar Key Aquaculture Association had a conference in town. The Community Center, decorated by my friend Linda and her crew, was the venue for the reception and dinner. As part of the decoration I donated four dozen black and white prints from my Cedar Key  & WaterWomen portfolios.

The prints were displayed beautifully around the walls of the hall, a portion of which is shown above. Linda did a great job of hanging them. We decided to leave them unframed so that they could be offered, to raise funds for the Association, at a very reasonable rate. The conference was conducted in partnership with the Legacy Institute for Nature and Culture, the University of Florida’s Shellfish Extension Program, and the Florida Humanities Council with a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

About christian harkness

Photographer and printmaker; living and working in north Florida.
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