Fall Photo Workshop
Contact: Dorothy Cook, 701-745-3300
Stanton, ND: Bring your camera to Knife River Indian Villages and capture the fall colors in the park. The park hosts their fall photography workshop on Saturday, September 29, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Central Time. Participants should meet at the park visitor center. Leading the workshop is Fawn Fettig of New Town.
Fawn is an enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes and recently graduated from UND with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Graphic Design Technology.She currently works as the Website Designer at the Three Affiliated Tribes.She also runs a business designing business cards, posters, wedding invitations, graduation announcements, and much more.
She does the majority of her photography covering events such as weddings, sports, family events, and cultural events.When Fawn was younger, she remembers her parents were always taking tons of photos of her and siblings with either their Polaroid or film camera.They liked to capture everything.She figures this is where her fascination with photography comes from.Fawn says, "I take my camera with me everywhere I go, hoping to capture everything I possibly can."
Participants do not need to pre-register for the workshop and there is no admission fee. All camera formats are welcome. Photographers are encouraged to wear appropriate shoes & outer clothing suitable for autumn weather and hiking in the park. Participants may bring a sack lunch or purchase lunch locally in Stanton. For more information, please contact the park.
Did You Know?
There are seventeen archeological sites within the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site that predate the Mandan and Hidatsa Indians?