Josh Meltzer http://wkyufm.org en Photo and Video Exhibit at WKU Explores the Stories, People of Owensboro http://wkyufm.org/post/photo-and-video-exhibit-wku-explores-stories-people-owensboro <p></p><p></p><p>A photograph and video exhibit on display at WKU’s Mass Media and Technology Hall is dedicated to documenting the stories of those who live in Owensboro and Daviess County.</p><p><a href="http://www.mountainworkshops.org/" target="_blank"><em>Owensboro: An Old River City Discovers New Life</em></a> features 40 photographs and 21 video narratives. It’s the work of those who participated in the 38th annual <a href="http://www.mountainworkshops.org/about/" target="_blank">Mountain Workshops</a>, a one-week hands-on workshop led by the WKU School of Journalism and Broadcasting's photojournalism sequence.</p><p>For five days in October a group made up of both student and professional&nbsp; photojournalists made their way to Owensboro to find interesting people and stories that could be told through still and video images.</p><p>WKU Photojournalist-in-Residence Josh Meltzer, who&nbsp; helps direct the Mountain Workshops, met WKU Public Radio’s Kevin Willis at the gallery to talk about how some of the images came to life. Mon, 25 Nov 2013 20:47:16 +0000 Kevin Willis 40355 at http://wkyufm.org Photo and Video Exhibit at WKU Explores the Stories, People of Owensboro