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‘Eagles Come Telling Stories’: Photography show opens Aug. 5 at Watermark

Indigenous photographer and filmmaker Falcon Gott shares moments he captured during travels and reflecting his personal interests.

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"Red River Flood" is a work by photographer Falcon Gott, from his upcoming exhibit Aug. 5 to Oct. 28, 2022 in the Lakeview Gallery in Bemidji.
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An exhibit by emerging filmmaker and photographer Falcon Gott, a member of the Sapotaweyak Cree Nation, opens from Aug. 5 until Oct. 28 in the Lakeview Gallery at the Watermark Art Center in Bemidji.

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"Rocky Boy" is an example of Falcon Gott's photography exhibit, "Bi-dibaajimowag: The Eagles Come Telling Stories," Aug. 5 to Oct. 28, 2022 at the Lakeview Gallery in Bemidji.
Contributed / Watermark Art Center

The gallery will hold an artist talk and reception for Gott from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6. His exhibit, “Bi-dibaajimowag: The Eagles Come Telling Stories,” features work from moments he captured during his travels and from personal interests.

An artist in residency at the Watermark, Gott was invited to instruct young photographers over a two-week period prior to the exhibit. The work of the “Migizi Gizhaaden” student photography group will be showcased with Gott’s work.

Watermark galleries are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, free of charge, at 505 Bemidji Ave. N. For more information, visit watermarkartcenter.org.

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