Posted Nov 22, 2013By holly Pelczynski | Berkshire Eagle Staff
Visitors came to Great Barrington on Friday evening to see some familiar faces and maybe a few they didn’t know during a self-portrait exhibit created by Monument Mountain High School students and Dove. The portrait exhibit was part of the Dove Campaign for Real Beauty. Dove and Monument Mountain came together with students of the school to see what insecurities the female students felt. Female students were asked to take self-portraits of themselves and be photographed with their mothers. The gallery visitors were then asked to come visit and write positive comments and stick them on every photo.
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