Cultural Events happen all the time around Dubuque. Arts, entertainment, and discovery are the spice of life; and sometimes you can get a glimpse of the amazing simply by looking at nature. Monday, April 18th from 6:30 to 8pm, the Dubuque Camera Club will be presenting guest speaker Stephen Gassman.

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Stephen has a diverse background in Landscape, Macro, Panoramic, and news photography. He is currently an instructor at the University of Wisconsin Platteville and operates a full-service photography business specializing in travel and landscape work for magazines and publication. A Presentation of his work will be followed by a question-and-answer session.

You can see some of Stephen's work here.

This event is free and open to the public at the EB Lyons Interpretive Center Auditorium in Dubuque. Dubuque. If you happen to be interested in the Dubuque Camera Club this is a great event to attend.

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The Dubuque Camera Club gives tri-state area photography enthusiasts an opportunity to share their passion for capturing or creating visual imagery. All photographers are welcome, from amateur to professional. Their club is affiliated with the North Central Camera Club Council or N4C. For information on joining, meeting times, and exhibits visit their Facebook page or dubuquecameraclub.com

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