“A Snapshot in Time" is a week-long camp that brings together high school aged youth and seniors to study historic photography and photography techniques as they create a short photo exhibit about their community.
Watch a video of the 2011 Pine City Photography Project.
Check back to see photos of the 2012 exhibit opening.
These are some of the photos that were included in the participants' exhibit at Kanabec History Center. Click on an image to enlarge and browse all photos.
The 2012 “Snapshot in Time” camp examined the art and science of photography, and the subject of Mora. Youth and adult participants received a daily photography lesson and a themed photo assignment. Each day the participants selected photos and wrote text for a photography exhibit at the Kanabec History Center, on display in September 2012. Participants marveled at the photography skills they developed during the camp, and they also developed some great intergenerational relationships.
Youth Participants: Rosemary, Trevor, Lauren
Adult Participants: Valorie Arrowsmith, Marcetta Squires, Kathleen Danielson, Eileen Mack
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Date: June 2012
Partner(s): Aleah Vinick, Minnesota Historical Society, Project Manager
Location: Mora, MN