Tag Archives: Photography

Civic Stories Project photo essay #5: Bonnie Jean Flom

See photo essay #1 for background on the Civic Stories Project series that I’m blogging here on LoGro.

BONNIE JEAN FLOM

See the background page on Bonnie Jean Flom and the St. Olaf students involved, both those in the AmCon class and those in Professor Meg Ojala‘s Intermediate Photography class.

httpv://youtu.be/EM7DE3OB6io

Civic Stories Project photo essay #4: Father Denny Dempsey

See photo essay #1 for background on the Civic Stories Project series that I’m blogging here on LoGro.

FATHER DENNY DEMPSEY

See the background page on Father Denny Dempsey and the St. Olaf students involved, both those in the AmCon class and those in Professor Meg Ojala‘s Intermediate Photography class.

httpv://youtu.be/2_f3RuqzJjg

Civic Stories Project photo essay #3: Ray Cox

See photo essay #1 for background on the Civic Stories Project series that I’m blogging here on LoGro.

RAY COX

See the background page on Ray Cox and the St. Olaf students involved, both those in the AmCon class and those in Professor Meg Ojala‘s Intermediate Photography class.

httpv://youtu.be/cpeB4FjdjrE

Civic Stories Project photo essay #2: David Bly

See photo essay #1 for background on the Civic Stories Project series that I’m blogging here on LoGro.

DAVID BLY

See the background page on David Bly and the St. Olaf students involved, both those in the AmCon class and those in Professor Meg Ojala‘s Intermediate Photography class.

httpv://youtu.be/MwsQQwAhoo4

Civic Stories Project photo essay #1: Beth Berry

Last November, I blogged about the invitation that several Northfielders got to participate in the American Conversations Program (AmCon) at St. Olaf, me included.

The project ended last spring and I got word last week from Eric Fure-Slocum, Assistant Professor of History, that the Civic Stories Project was now live on the Northfield League of Women Voters site.

St. Olaf students in the American Conversations 102 and Intermediate Photography classes worked in partnership with the League of Women Voters to create these photo essays about Northfield-area community leaders. The fourteen leaders profiled in these photo essays are involved in a range of political, civic, and humanitarian endeavors in the local community and beyond (more about the project).

I’ll blog one photo essay per day over the next two weeks.

BETH BERRY

See the background page on Beth Berry and the St. Olaf students involved, both those in the AmCon class and those in Professor Meg Ojala‘s Intermediate Photography class.

httpv://youtu.be/zU7XwhfhNek

Photo album – Northfield Ties: A Photography Invitational

Last night the NAG hosted the opening reception for Northfield Ties: A Photography Invitational.

Patsy Dew and Meg OjalaThis exhibit, curated by Patsy Dew and Meg Ojala, features the work of 13 photographers who have ties to Northfield. Digital, black and white, color, and panorama shots show the diverse range of photography being done in and around Northfield.

Artists exhibiting are Patsy Dew, Scott Forsgren, Doug Foxgrover, Beret Griffith, Dennis McClintock, Meg Ojala, David Perez, Craig Perman, Stephanie L. Rogers, Linda Rossi, Leslie Schultz, Katie Shorey, and Cate Vermeland.

See my album of 28 photos, view the large slideshow (recommended), or SLOW CLICK this small slideshow:

Patsy Dew photography exhibit now at the HideAway Coffeehouse and Winebar

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Northfield photographer Patsy Dew is exhibiting some of her photos at the HideAway Coffeehouse and Winebar

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See more of her photos on her Patsy Dew Pix website. I cropped the photo of Patsy on the right from this photo of her, part of the Patsy’s Party at the Arts Guild Flickr album, one of the Northfield.org Flickr albums.  It’s not clear who took the photos. The album description from Sept. 2006 reads:

The Fond Farewell Party for Patsy Dew at the Arts Guild this past Friday night (9-22) was great fun. Patsy has left her position of Program Director at the Guild, and after 15 years of her work you can bet there were lots of people with stories to share and tributes to make. Some theater folks did a surprise reprise of one of Patsy’s theater roles, and another group put together a slide show of some of her moments on stage as actor or director. There were dance performances, limericks and poetry, lots of good food and fun. Here are some pics!