Category Archives: Photography

Kay Shaw at Winona Bird Club Meeting

Wednesday | February 5 | 7:00-9:00pm
Winona Friendship Center | 251 Main St

Winona photographer Kay Shaw will present the program at the Winona Bird Club meeting. Her program, Attack in the Wetlands, will document a unique natural event she witnessed in May, 2019 in the Whitewater Wildlife Management Area, where trumpeter swans attacked a sandhill crane nest. In addition to photos of the attack, she will have other photos of the trumpeter swans and sandhill cranes. The program is free and open to the public.

Kay Shaw is a member of the River Arts Alliance. To learn more about the benefits of membership, please visit:


Street Photography Workshop with Fadi BouKaram

Monday | September 24 | 5:30-6:30pm Monday | October 1 | 5:30-6:30pm Winona City Hall | 207 Lafayette St. Fadi BouKaram’s photography focuses on telling the hidden stories of communities through candid street photography. The first session of this two-part workshop will introduce the basics and history of street photography followed by hands-on lessons.… Continue Reading

Top 10 Tips for Travel Photography with Janet Mootz

Thursday | June 29 | 6:00-7:30pm Sutra Global Imports 570 Main St. | Dakota, MN Join us for a free workshop, just in time for summer travel! (PLEASE NOTE: Pre-registration is REQUIRED, because space is limited, even though the event is free. About the Instructor: Janet has been a professional photographer for 13 years.… Continue Reading

Opening Reception: Winona Characters Portrait Photography Project

Friday | May 5 | 5 to 8pm Art of the Rural | The Outpost 119 E Third St | Winona Opening reception for the exhibition “Winona Characters: Portrait Photography Project” by photographer and curator Jon Swanson. On exhibit will be 40 large black-and-white portrait photographs of Winonans. Beer and snacks are available. FREE and… Continue Reading

When Home Won’t Let You Stay: A Photography Exhibit at Winona Public Library

When Home Won’t Let You Stay is a poignant photography exhibition about refugees in Minnesota by documentary photographer James A. Bowey. It provides a new perspective on the often hidden lives and compelling experiences of refugees in our communities. The exhibit consists of contemporary color portraits accompanied by first-person stories highlighting the plight and resiliency… Continue Reading