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Visitations: An Evening with Lacey Prpić Hedtke and Nathan Lewis Saturday, November 16, 7 p.m.
Have you ever experienced something you couldn’t explain? Have you ever seen a ghost, encountered a strange creature or heard mysterious noises? Photographers Lacey Prpić Hedtke and Nathan Lewis believe that we tell our stories to come close together, to not be afraid, and ultimately understand each other. In accordance with this they want to invite the Powderhorn community to do exactly that, “come a little closer together.” They would love to hear your ghost, paranormal, or otherwise unexplainable stories from Minneapolis or beyond. In preparation, the artists would like you to submit your paranormal stories or photographs to them at email@example.com or by leaving a voicemail at 612-656-9917. During the event they welcome attendees to share these stories and explain their images. The evening will be an open forum, allowing everyone to share different stories and beliefs, personally and culturally. Additionally, we also want to encourage you to bring food important to your story so we can enjoy them all together during a post-event potluck and karaoke session to “Serenade the Spirits!”
Lacey Prpić Hedtke is a Powderhorn photographer and librarian, and is interested in everything otherworldly and magical. She works in 19th century photographic processes and holds a BFA from the Art Institute of Boston. She spent two years learning and practicing mediumship at a Spiritualist church in Watertown, Mass.
Nathan Lewis is a Minneapolis based photographer and educator dedicated to the pursuit of the supernatural. He has a BFA from the University of Texas at Austin and an MFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. He has been an avid paranormal investigator with the Twin Cities Paranormal Society since 2007. As a collaborative team they created a Victorian séance parlor for Northern Spark 2013entitled Manifestations. The installation incorporated performance, period-correct ghostly communication devices, unique artwork, and interactive photographic mementos. They also created an installation across several rooms for the American Swedish Institute’s 2013 Halloween event.