Morgan County might be a small community (nestled in the eastern plains of Colorado, it's home to slightly more than 28,000 people), but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in diversity. It is this fact that brought poet Hilary DePolo and photographer Kit Hedman to the region to interview and photograph residents over the course of 18 months. This exhibit, which combines DePolo's words with Hedman's images, is the culmination of the artists' work in the community. Attendees get an intimate look at the private and public lives of the people of Morgan's County, from stunning portraits of African refugees to images of school children learning to understand one another. Thu 6-9 p.m.
—Image courtesy of Hilary DePolo