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Packers Hall of Fame hosting photography tour Oct. 20

Posted Oct 6, 2017

Event to feature Packers team photographer Evan Siegle leading a tour of his work in the Green Bay Packers Collection at Lambeau Field


The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame will host a photography tour of the new Packers Collection at Lambeau Field on Friday, Oct. 20, featuring Packers team photographer Evan Siegle leading a tour of his work.

During the tour, which begins at 4:30 p.m., Siegle will showcase some of his most impactful pieces and will discuss his inspiration and technique.

An award-winning photographer, Siegle has been covering the Packers for the past 15 seasons. His work has been recognized locally and nationally, and showcases a documentary-style approach while seeking beautiful light, compositions and moments.

The Packers Collection was unveiled in July and displays more than 500 unique pieces of art, photos and graphics that celebrate the legacy of the Green Bay Packers. With artistic representations of memorable games, championships, players, coaches, fans and community, the collection consists of one-of-a-kind pieces from sketches to photographs, mixed media and oil on canvas.

Tickets for the photography tour range from $15 to $21 each; combo tickets are also available ranging from $22 to $33 each to cover admission to the Packers Hall of Fame and admission to the photography tour.

Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.packers.com/lambeau-field/artwork.html

 
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