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New exhibit spotlights artwork by Wisconsin's deaf and hard of hearing

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MADISON (WKOW) -- A new exhibit spotlights artwork by Wisconsin's deaf and hard of hearing residents.

Paintings, photos and sculptures, plus artwork by sign language interpreters will be on display until the middle of April.

The exhibit profiles artwork from Deaf History Month, which runs from March 13 to April 15.

The submissions were gathered from artists across the state of Wisconsin and are on display throughout the Department of Health Services headquarters at 1 West Wilson Street in downtown Madison.

The exhibit is free and open to the public during regular business hours Monday-Friday.

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