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[FULL] Capturing Moments, Making Memories: Family Portraits

Community Room
Saturday, Feb 3, 2024, 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Madison Public Library invites you and your family to attend a mini photo session and receive a FREE of cost family portrait! Families and individuals can capture or commemorate this moment in time with their loved ones - bring along anyone you see as family (chosen family, special someones, aunties, etc.). 

Each family will receive:

  • A 10-minute photo session with Hedi LaMarr Rudd, professional photographer
  • A digital copy of their family portrait

Keep in Mind:

  • Limited to one registration per group.
  • No library card is required.
  • Space is limited and will go fast - reserve your session ASAP!
  • The turnaround time on receiving your digital images is about 2 weeks.
  • Photos are for personal use only. Please refrain from bringing props, logos, or other items for promotional purposes.
  • Please note that it is against Madison Public Library's Behavior Policy to bring any animal into the library except service animals.

BIPOC families are especially encouraged to register, but all families are welcome. 

Registration opens two weeks prior, on Jan 20th at 2pm. 

If no spots remain and you would like to be placed on a waitlist for Hawthorne Library's dates ONLY, please email your name, phone number, and group size to jhavens@madisonpubliclibrary.org.

 

La Biblioteca Pública de Madison le invita a usted y a su familia a que se tomen un retrato familiar GRATUITO. Las familias y las personas BIPOC (Negros, Indígenas y Personas de Color) pueden capturar o conmemorar este momento con sus seres queridos - traiga a todas las personas que considere como su familia (familia escogida, personas especiales, tias, etc.). Nosotros queremos proporcionar acceso a fotografías de alta calidad para todos los miembros de la comunidad.

Cada familia recibirá:

Una sesión de fotografías de 10 minutos con la fotógrafa local Hedi Rudd.

Una copia digital de su retrato familiar.

Tenga en cuenta que:

El evento está limitado a una sola inscripción por grupo.

El tiempo de entrega para recibir sus imágenes digitales es de aproximadamente dos semanas.

Las fotografías son solo para su uso personal. Por favor abstengase de traer accesorios,

logos u otros artículos para propósitos promocionales.

Por favor tenga en cuenta que es en contra de la Póliza de Comportamiento de la Biblioteca Pública de Madison el traer cualquier animal dentro de la biblioteca excepto los animales de servicio.

Animamos especialmente a las famlias BIPOC a inscribirse, pero todas las familias son bienvenidas. No se requiere de una tarjeta de la biblioteca.

La inscripción se abre dos semanas antes, el 20 de enero a las 14:00 horas.


Si no quedan lugares y desea ser incluido en una lista de espera para las fechas de la Biblioteca Hawthorne SOLAMENTE, envíe un correo electrónico con su nombre, número de teléfono y tamaño del grupo a jhavens@madisonpubliclibrary.org.

 

 

About the photographer:

Hedi is currently the Director of Badger Rock Neighborhood Center, a project of Rooted whose mission is collaborations rooted in food, land, and learning. An avid photographer and writer, her work has been featured in UMOJA Magazine, Capital City Hues, Madison365, Love Madison and other local publications. Hedi is the 2019 recipient of the Forward Community Investments Nan Cheney March for Justice Awards, the Madison Black Chamber and Madison Hip-Hop Awards Photographer of the year. Hedi is also a proud alumnus of the UW Madison Odyssey Project and WARF’s Upstart Program and is an active member of the Community Shares of Wisconsin Board.