Nepal photo display continues through November
Nov 30, 2008
from 10:00 AM to 03:45 PM
|Where||in the Mezzanine|
|Contact Name||Kristin Torresdal|
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Decorah resident and Luther College alumna Nori Hadley's photos from a 1995 trip to Nepal continue on display in Decorah Public Library’s Mezzanine Gallery through November.
The photographs on display were taken during a January Term trip taken by Hadley while she was studying anthropology and history at Luther College. Before she left the U.S., Hadley’s father gave her a new camera that allowed her to capture her experiences in Nepal on film, something that she still appreciates thirteen years later because it allows her to share her memories with her two sons. Hadley’s photos were digitally corrected and enlarged by Kent Foster Photography and the Perfect Edge matted and framed them.
Hadley earned a B.A. in anthropology and history and a minor in museum studies from Luther College in 1997. She currently lives in Decorah with her husband, Ross, and their two sons, Simon and Thomas.
The Mezzanine Gallery has been a joint project of the Decorah Public Library and the Decorah Area Regional Arts Council (DRAC) since 1998 when Decorah painter Doug Eckheart was the first featured artist. DRAC was formed in 1978 and continues to be an active, growing organization in 2008.
The Mezzanine Gallery is open to the public Monday-Thursday 10 am-8 pm, Friday and Saturday 10 am-5 pm, and Sunday 1-4 pm. Call Decorah Public Library at 563-382-3717 for more information.