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Ross Szabo in Livingston New Jersey from Robert Allen on Vimeo.

Ross Szabo, Director of Youth Outreach for the National Mental Health Awareness Campaign and author of “Behind Happy Faces”, has been encouraging young adults and parents to open up a dialogue about important emotional issues. Diagnosed bipolar at age 16, Szabo has learned first hand about the intricacies of mental disorders. He has been speaking about this issue to hundreds of thousands of young people all over the country including in Livingston. His message is something that everyone should hear and we are providing his talk in its entirety. This program was sponsored by the Livingston Public Schools and Livingston Municipal Alliance Committee (LMAC). Special thanks to Robert Allen for videotaping this important presentation.

Children’s Theatre of Livingston from Robert Allen on Vimeo.

Challenges Bring us Together. An original musical play by Paul Stefany. Photos by Barbara Anderson. Video production by Robert Allen

The Mirror Project

This exhibit challenges people to think about how they perceive themselves. Students, faculty, and staff at Montclair State University were asked the simple question: “What do you see when you look in the mirror?” The answers were funny, sad, shocking, and everything in-between. Using diverse mediums, these self-proclaimed statements were put onto mirrors of different sizes, shapes and ages; some are cracked and flawed, some perfect. When viewing this exhibit, we hope that people can look deep inside themselves and truly reflect on their feelings towards their bodies as well as to be able to see through the words on the mirrors to what exists beyond the reflection.

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