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18th ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHY AUCTION & EXHIBITIONedit
YOU ARE IN FOR A TREAT!
In-Sight’s Annual Photography Auction has grown into the stunning and diverse event it is today thanks to the photographers, collectors, and buyers who care about excellent photography and accessible youth programs.
The Auction includes works from renowned Guggenheim fellows, cutting edge professionals, beloved and accomplished locals, and a few alumni of In-Sight Photography Project who have become professional photographers.
Subjects, mediums, sizes, and techniques vary widely. Price ranges appeal to all audiences, from sophisticated collectors to art-loving bargain hunters.
Bidding takes place at this one site, and so is open to bidders all over the world. Bidding closes October 30 at 6pm. Create a profile on 32Auctions and start bidding!
If you live anywhere within driving distance of Brattleboro, Vermont, we encourage you to see this spectacular collection of photos. The Auction & Exhibition is open daily 12:00-5:00pm, at the Vermont Center for Photography, 49 Flat Street in downtown Brattleboro. Closing reception is Sunday, October 30, 3:00-6:00 pm.
WHAT YOUR BID SUPPORTS
The Auction supports In-Sight Photography Project’s scholarship fund, which in turn supports teens and their families, like this parent who wrote to us:
“I wanted to thank you for the great class that my daughter took last fall. She learned so much and is excited to use those skills a lot in the future. I also want to thank In-Sight for making its programs so affordable for families. Other art schools in Brattleboro do not come even half as far as you do and that makes it hard for larger families especially. So thank you!”
IN-SIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECTedit
In-Sight Photography Project and its Exposures Cross-Cultural Youth Arts Program empower youth, through photography, to find their own creative voices and to communicate their unique personal visions. Classes in photographic arts are provided regardless of ability to pay. Curriculum is guided by understanding and respect for individuals, communities, and cultures. Since its founding in 1992 by photographers John Willis and Bill Ledger, In-Sight has served an estimated 3,500 youth. For more information: please call (802) 251-9960 or visit www.insight-photography.org.