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Pulitzer Prize Winning Photojournalist Kim Komenich in Watford City July 14

 

With special thanks to the North Dakota Humanities Council, Pulitzer Prize Winning Photojournalist Kim Komenich will be here during the 30th Anniversary of his award-winning work and the 100th Anniversary of the Pulitzer Prizes to discuss the power of journalism and how it contributes to an informed society.

Prior to the event: Kim will be creating an original photo essay in and around Watford City, ND, focusing on the "things that endure" in Western North Dakota. He will be taking an anthropological look at the fabric and foundation of this region including how our way of life has changed (or hasn't changed) in recent years. This photo essay will be published on Intersection Journal (www.intersectionjournal.com) and will be discussed and compared to his historical work in the Philippines at this event, providing the audience with a very current representation of the same authentic journalism that he used in the Philippines in the 1980's.

The event is free and open to the public and your spots can be reserved on EventBright at this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kim-komenich-photojournalism-then-and-now-tickets-26043309239?blm_aid=45061

More information here: http://www.intersectionjournal.com/kim-komenich-event/

This event is supported by the ND Humanities Council, Intersection Journal, The Roosevelt Inn & Suites and includes promotional support from the McKenzie County Farmer, the Long X Arts Foundation and the Pioneer Museum of McKenzie County.

 

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