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Pulitzer winning Photographer Recognised in Hutt

Media Release Sunday 9 July 2006


Pulitzer Prize winning Photographer Recognised in Upper Hutt.


Former Evening Post Photographer Melanie Burford will be the main feature at the launch of the Ronald Woolf Memorial Exhibition in Upper Hutt on Monday night .Melanie Burford's photographs that were part of the Pulitzer prize winning team from the Dallas Morning News go on display at Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre in Upper Hutt until 6 August.

The Vector sponsored Celebration of Photography Dinner follows the exhibition launch with Geoff Sewell of "Amici " classical fame performing his special brand of opera.

Simon Woolf and his team have brought together three stunning photographic exhibitions for the occassion which have been curated by Matt Clarke.

Another feature of the night will be The Brian Brake Memorial lecture delivered by Melanie Burford .

The exhibitions are open to the public from Tuesday 11 July

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