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History @ High Noon: Subpar Parks

Wednesday, April 13, 2022, 12 p.m. via Zoom

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Speakers: Amber Share, Illustrator and Graphic Designer; and Addie Ladner, Associate Editor, Walter Magazine.

Join illustrator and graphic designer Amber Share, as well as associate editor at WALTER magazine Addie Ladner, for History at High Noon: Subpar Parks. During the program, the two will discuss the NC Subpar Parks series and the state’s wondrous natural landmarks.

Addie Ladner is the associate editor at WALTER, Raleigh’s arts and culture magazine. Originally from Mississippi’s Gulf Coast, she moved to Raleigh in 2010. At WALTER, Ladner writes digital content, runs its social media channels, and works to unearth the untold stories of the city for the print issue—such as discovering that online sensation Amber Share of Subpar Parks lived right here in Raleigh!

Amber Share is an illustrator and graphic designer based in the capital city. After several years as a professional graphic designer working on hand-lettering and illustration on the side, Share left her job in graphic design to pursue illustration full-time. As an avid hiker and backpacker, she spends a lot of time in local, state, and national parks, which inspired this project and a book.