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November 11, 2013 at 10:27 AM

Fort Morgan, CO. 11/11/13 Morgan Community College Center for Arts and Community EnrichmentImage: Author and photographer John Fielder autographed books and answered questions during his “Colorado’s Great Outdoors” presentation at MCC last week. (CACE) recently welcomed renowned Colorado photographer John Fielder to the Fort Morgan campus to showcase the 20-year history of Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) and its protection of Colorado’s natural heritage.

Well over 100 attended the “On Topic” Speaker Series, which began with a photography seminar. Attendees learned Fielder’s picture-taking fundamentals with regard to form, shapes, lines, light, color, composition, and post-processing of images with digital photography illustrated through a series of landscape images.

The night continued with Fielder’s slide presentation featuring breathtaking photos of Colorado and GOCO’s twentieth-anniversary projects. Local highlights included images of Elliott State Wildlife area (near Jackson Lake), Fulton Heights Park in Fort Morgan, and Wiggins Town park, which have all been helped by GOCO. “Audience members left inspired by nature and the power of a great picture,” noted April Amack, CACE Speakers/Guest Authors chairman and coordinator of the evening’s events. 

Morgan Community College, through the Center for Arts and Community Enrichment, continues to bring quality artistic, cultural, social, and intellectual activities to the community. To find a full list of events, including gallery exhibits, visiting authors and poets, concerts and workshops, please visit www.MorganCC.edu/CACE.

CACE events are made possible through the generosity of donors. Giving to the Center for Arts and Community Enrichment can be done securely online through the MCC Foundation; simply go to www.MorganCC.edu/ways-to-give.

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