Internationally renowned photographer Wing Young Huie is scheduled to speak at on Monday, Sept. 17.
The focus of Huie's presentation will be his exploration of "Identity and the American Landscape." He will also answer questions of those in attendance.
Huie's presentation takes place from 9:45-10:45 a.m. in the Fine Arts Theater on the college campus in Inver Grove Heights.
The presentation is free and open to the public.
Known for his photographs documenting people in a culturally diverse and changing urban landscape, Wing Young Huie's work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, from the Minnesota Historical Society and Walker Art Center in the Twin Cities, to the Dalian Modern Museum in Dalian, China, and the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
His most well-known works include "Frogtown" (1995), "Lake Street USA" (2000) and "The University Avenue Project" (2010).
According to his website, "Whether in epic public installations or international museum exhibitions, he creates up-to-the-minute societal mirrors of who we are, seeking to reveal not only what is hidden, but also what is plainly visible and seldom noticed."