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Who are the parents of the kids in this model railroad train display photo?

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Adrienne Falcon, Director of Academic Civic Engagement (ACE) at Carleton College, sent me a large print (left) of one of my photos that was part of the Frames of Engagement exhibition at the Weitz Center for Creativity open house last fall (blogged here).

I’d like to give the print to the one of the families whose kids appear in the photo.

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I took the photos of these kids (two more above) at the model railroad train display at the Northfield Library during the 2009 Winter Walk (album here).

Frames of Engagement photo exhibition at Carleton’s Weitz Center for Creativity

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This summer, Adrienne Falcon, Director of Academic Civic Engagement (ACE) at Carleton College, invited members of the community to submit photos "on the themes of celebrating community and learning beyond the classroom for the first Carleton exhibit on Community Engagement in Rice County."

The selected photos are now part of an exhibition called Frames of Engagement that runs through Sept. 25 in the White Spaces at the Weitz Center for Creativity which opens to the Northfield community today with an open house, 3-6 pm.

This exhibition highlights civic engagement between Carleton, the Northfield community, and beyond. Situated in Northfield’s former middle school, this exhibition demonstrates Carleton’s desire to preserve and commemorate elements of the community’s past while also offering it a vast arena for future collaboration and connection.

I submitted six photos and when I visited the exhibition last night, was delighted to find out that they were all on display.  I’ve added the originals to this album of photos of the walls of the exhibit.

See the large slideshow (recommended) or SLOW CLICK this small slideshow: