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Fargo Library seeks photo submissions for 'Northern Focus' project

The second annual photography project is now accepting pictures from adults and teens 13 and older for an upcoming photo exhibit.

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FARGO — The Fargo Public Library is now accepting submissions for a second annual photography project that will be displayed in a photo exhibit at the main downtown library this summer.

"Northern Focus" is seeking photos from adults and teens 13 and older, with submissions accepted online only through May 31 at https://fargolibrary.wufoo.com/forms/northern-focus-2021/ . All entries will be included in the upcoming photo exhibit, and one photo will be selected as cover art for the library's "Northern Narratives" publication.

Photos must be taken regionally — within North Dakota or nearby Minnesota — and "convey a sense of the people, places and/or happenings that make up the diverse community and region," according to a news release. It's free to enter, but participants must certify they are the author and copyright holder of the photos.

For more information, email MDuncan@FargoLibrary.org or call 701-241-1492.

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