Missouri Photo Workshop Topic Of Rotary

Date 2013/9/27 4:52:46 | Topic: News

This weeks' Missouri Photo Journalism workshop was the topic of a program presented at yesterday's meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club.

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One of the co-directors for the workshop, Jim Curley, reported there are 44 photographers visiting Trenton. They represent 22 states and 12 countries.

The photo workshop is its 65th year of showcasing life in Missouri—the second time it's been to Trenton. (also 1995) Each photographer was to find a subject and take pictures to go with a story. A public display of the work is Saturday, September 28 from 10 to 2 o'clock in the Trenton High School Commons.

Duane Dailey, a Mercer county native, has been involved with the photoworkshop for 35 years including as a student, staff member, co-director and now as director emeritus. Dailey told Rotarians the workshops are designed to show the storyof small town America and called Trenton “a good lab to work in.”

Curley expressed his thanks to the residents of Trenton adding the photographers have received what he considers “a warm welcome” and their experiences have been very positive.



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