Morningside student presents photography exhibition at Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center
Sioux City, IA – Natalia O’Hara, a senior arts administration and photography major at Morningside College, will present a solo photography exhibition and reception at the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 13. The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.
Students majoring in arts administration at Morningside College are required to present a project at an off-site location that connects the student with the Siouxland community. O’Hara’s passion for travel and nature inspired her to partner with the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center. The artwork displayed at the show will be for sale, and all proceeds will go to the nature center.
An avid traveler, O’Hara’s exhibition will explore her trips around the world and the unique natural environments she encountered. She hopes that her show will bring community members to Dorothy Pecaut to see not only her photographs, but the natural beauty found here in Siouxland.
The arts administration program at Morningside College prepares students for professional careers in managing arts-oriented companies through the combination of creative experiences in a selected arts content and courses in administration and management. Learn more at www.morningside.edu/academics/undergraduate-programs/arts-administration.