Photography by Nick Schneider will be on display at the Carnegie Friday, along with a book signing.
The Carnegie Heritage and Arts Center of Greene County would like to invite you to come and enjoy its new exhibit, “Photo Glimpse of Southern Indiana,” by Nick J. Schneider.
The exhibit will feature stunning photography that has been taken in our community. There will also be a collection of inspirational photos of wildlife, nature, old barn and primitive images available. An opening reception and book signing with the artist will take place this Friday, Aug. 3, from 5-7:30 p.m.
Schneider is an award-winning journalist/photographer, blogger and marketing specialist with nearly four decades of professional experience. His news/feature writing and photo work has been recognized with numerous awards from the National Newspaper Association, The Associated Press, Hoosier Press Association, the Indiana State Teacher’s Association, The Indiana Army National Guard and the Greene County 4-H Council. He is retired from newspaper work after stints at the Bloomfield Evening World and the Greene County Daily World, as well as the former Linton Daily Citizen. Schneider also has worked at newspapers in Haweville, KY; Farmington, MO; Sturgis, KY, Tell City, Seymour, Sullivan, Fort Branch and Princeton.
His latest book, “Faith Now,” was published in May.
Schneider’s first book, a faith-based children’s novel, “Decisions, Decisions and More Decisions: Jimbo is Growing Up” was self-published in December 2014. He writes a daily blog that appears on BlogSpot, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr and Google+.
A native of Tell City, Schneider enjoys wildlife and nature photography. He has a freelance photography business - NJS Photo Images.
Schneider lives near Bloomfield and attends Tulip Church of God. He is involved with Bridging the Gap Ministries, located in Wilson, NC, and serves as volunteer coordinator for Open Arms Christian Ministries in rural Bloomfield.
He and his wife of 44 years, Sharon, are the parents to two daughters, Nicole Byrd and Stacey Brown. The Schneiders have five grandchildren.
To contact, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 812-381-3900. The author is available for media interviews.
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The Carnegie Heritage and Arts Center is located at 110 E. Vincennes St. in Linton. Regular hours are Tuesday to Saturday 11:00 am to 3:00 p.m. For more information call 812-847-0165.
Lori Wade is the secretary of The Carnegie Heritage and Arts Center of Greene County. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.