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20th ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT & BENEFIT AUCTION
A celebration of Still Photography to benefit The In-Sight Photography Project Scholarship Fund
For our 20th Annual Exhibition and Benefit Auction, we take our inspiration from Dorothea Lange who wrote, “ Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still”.
Arguably the most unique photography exhibition and auction in New England, In-Sight’s salute to the art of photography has become the stunning event it is thanks to the scores of photographers and lovers of photography who support the art form and understand the opportunity it provides young people as they learn how to look at – and see – the world around and ahead of them.
This annual show presented at the Vermont Center for Photography and online, features works submitted by a wide range of international, national and local contributors. Subject matter, mediums, photographic techniques and sizes vary widely, as does the price range.
Bidding takes place on this website and is therefore open to bidders all over the world. Bidding starts on Friday, October 5 and ends on Sunday, October 28 at 6 pm.
So, why wait? Create a profile on 32Auctions and start bidding!
We encourage you to see this spectacular collection of photos in person at the Vermont Center for Photography, 49 Flat Street in downtown Brattleboro. The Exhibition & Benefit Auction is open daily 12:00-5:00 pm.
The closing reception is Sunday, October 28, 4:00-6:00 pm. With live music by Davey F. Mandesea, complimentary refreshments, artist talks, and raucous bidding, it's sure to be a good time. Please RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/5qvxGeCvApCsUPAL2
WHAT YOUR BID SUPPORTS
The Auction supports In-Sight Photography Project’s scholarship fund which makes it possible for In-Sight to provide its programs to all young people, regardless of their family's ability to pay.
This parent expressed it best:
“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!”
About IN-SIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT
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 from all over the country.
For more information: please call (802) 251-9960 or visit www.insightphotography.org.
At Linda Creaseman's Farm, Dodge City, KS
Manned lookout station guarding the "aqua frontera," Playa Girón, Bay of Pigs, Cuba
Edgerton, Harold E. (Doc)
Bullet Going Through Candle Flame.
Abandoned Lot in Front of Brick Wall - Chicago - 1946
Traditional Mask used in the Popular Insurrection, Monimbo, Nicaragua, 1978
Trees and Vines 331, The Meadows
Victoria Chipps and her Great Granddaughter on her 90th Birthday, Wanblee, SD