GGC Hosts Award Winning Photography Exhibit

Greenwood Genetic Center is proud to announce that it will host award-winning photographer Rick Guidotti's exhibit Positive Exposure during the month of June at its Greenwood campus. Positive Exposure is an innovative arts, education and advocacy organization working with individuals living with genetic difference.

The Positive Exposure Photography Exhibit is free to the public and will be open weekdays June 6-24 from 8am-5pm at the JC Self Research Institute of GGC. The public is also invited to meet Rick Guidotti, founder and director of Positive Exposure, on Monday, June 20 from 5-7pm at his reception at the exhibit. For those interested in learning more, Mr. Guidotti will give a presentation on June 21, providing new opportunities to see individuals living with a genetic difference first and foremost as human beings woth his/her own challenges ratehr than as a specific diagnosis or disease entity. This presentation will be held at 7pm in the Curry Conference Center on GGC's campus.

Mr. Guidotti is visiting GGC as part of its Annual Summer Teachers Course. He has spent the past 14 years working internationally with advocacy organizations, medical schools, universities and other educational institutions to effect a change in societal attitudes towards individuals living with genetic difference. His work brings to light to social and psychological experiences of those with genetic, physical and behavioral conditions across all ages and ethno-cultural heritages.

To learn more about Rick Guidotti and Positive Exposure, visit

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