Looking for something to do over fall break, consider these opportunities:
Opportunity #1: Air Fest 2011 is in need of your community support! This will be a fabulous day! Join the fun & volunteer! As a volunteer you will view the show & activities for free, receive a T-Shirt & have access to the VIP hanger for food & beverages! Volunteers will work in shifts so you are not working all day & can enjoy the show! You do not have to work as a group..you can come alone or bring a friend! Gain volunteer hours for yourself! There will be many areas to work in such as; parking, volunteer registration, VIP area, etc.To volunteer please contact: Laura Green, Manager, Georgetown-Scott County Chamber of Commerce, 160 E. Main St.
Opportunity #2: Photography fans, come to the U of L for a day of lectures and discussions on the nature of photography as history and document. Brought to you by the U of L's Center for arts and culture partnerships (the same hub that coordinated last spring's public art and the city...yay) This program asks: "What are the relationships between photography, history and documentation?" The conference brings together authors, photographers, curators and scholars to explore these connections and more at an October 14th University of Louisville conference. The event is in conjunction with the Louisville Photo Biennial. Speakers include Shelby Lee Adams, longtime photographer of Appalachia; Pulitzer Prizewinning photojournalist Lucian Perkins; Matt Wrbican, Andy Warhol Museum archivist; Tom Rankin, director of Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies; and Molly Bingham, photographer and filmmaker noted for her work in Iraq, Rwanda and Eastern Congo." Info online here.