Vermont Center for Photography

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  1. bdial

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    The May show is "Fire & Rescue"

    The Vermont Center for Photography, is proud to present the work of Jason R. Henske, a nationally known photojournalist from Brattleboro Vermont. The exhibit, “Fire & Rescue”, focuses on images of firefighters and rescuers performing their duties throughout the United States, with an emphasis on southern Vermont. We see not only how they work and the drama of an emergency, but the stress and pain written on their faces as they confront life and death situations.

    Henske’s work has appeared in many newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times, New York Daily News, The Christian Science Monitor, Newsday and The Washington Post, among many others. He is currently the photo editor of the Brattleboro Reformer.

    In addition to daily news assignments, Henske has a strong interest in fire and rescue services, and has photographed the day-to-day operations of first responders throughout the United States. This show is a testimony to the courage and heroism of the men and women who put themselves in harm’s way to help others.

    This show is sponsored in part by Stevens & Associates Engineering and The Brattleboro Reformer.


    For details and samples, see the VCP web page at
    http://www.vcphoto.org/index.php/exhibition/ for the show info

    Vermont Center for Photography is in Brattleboro Vermont.
    See their home page at http://www.vcphoto.org/index.php
     
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    VCP Brattleboro August Exhibiting Member's show

    The Vermont Center for Photography Group Exhibit

    VCP Exhibiting Members

    Our August Members show will feature new work by regional artists such as Christine Triebert, Judy Stalus, Bob Cantius, Jeff Lapid, Laura Migliori, Gene Butera, Barry Dial, Peter Haas, Suzanne Flynt, Sarah Lavigne, Al Karevy, Jim Latchis, Chris Curtis, Charles Carpino, Paul Adkins, Stephen Parker, Jonathan Flaccus, Lydia McCarthy and others.

    An opening reception will be held at the Gallery Friday, August 3 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm during Brattleboro’s monthly gallery walk. The public is invited and refreshments will be available. The exhibit ends on Saturday, September the 1st.

    The Vermont Center for Photography and its membership would like to thank Fine Focus Workshops for sponsoring our Members Exhibit.

    For details, see http://www.vcphoto.org/

    Note that at least one APUG person is represented in this show...:D
     
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    Win Big! ULF camera raffle

    Vermont Center for Photography is holding a raffle to win a ULF717 7x17 camera made by Richard Ritter. Tickets are $50.00 US and only 300 tickets will be sold. Proceeds benefit Vermont Center for Photography.

    For details see http://www.vcphoto.org (scroll to bottom of the page).

    I am an exhibiting member of the gallery, but otherwise have no official affiliation.

    Barry
     
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    In-Sight Photography’s Ninth Annual Silent Auction and Exhibit

    During October, VCP is devoted to the In-Sight Photography project Silent Auction exhibit.

    All summer long, packages of all sizes, bearing postmarks from all over the United States, have been arriving at In-Sight Photography’s bright red door on Flat Street. Inside the carefully wrapped parcels are photographs from nationally and internationally known photographers, all of whom have donated their work to support the In-Sight Photography Project.
    Ranging from the flawless, graceful beauty of Mark Shaw’s fashion photography of the 1950’s to the gritty realism of Danny Lyon’s “American Biker” series, this exhibit offers a unique opportunity to purchase original fine art, portrait, and documentary images covering a
    tremendous range of styles and subjects.

    Proceeds from the auction will support the programs of the In-Sight Photography Project. For over 16 years, In-Sight has offered beginning, intermediate and advanced-level photography classes to area youth ages 11-18, regardless of their ability to pay. For more information, contact In-Sight at 802.251.0996, or go to insight-photography.org.


    The public is invited to an opening reception during Gallery Walk on Friday, October 5, from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m. at the Vermont Center For Photography, located at 49 Flat Street in Brattleboro. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 1:00-6:00 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 12:00-5:00 p.m.. A closing reception will be held on Sunday, October 28, from 3:30 until 5:30 p.m.. Prints can also be viewed and bids made online at insight-photography.org.

    See http://www.vcphoto.org/ or
    http://www.insight-photography.org/1/index.shtml
    for details and on-line auction listing.
     
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    this all sounds interesting....and I love the brattleboro area. Maybe my wife will agree to move up there..!
     
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    Brat. is great fun, even if public nudity is no longer allowed.
    I was able to see the auction pieces earlier this week, there is some very nice work there.
     
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    Win Big!

    Bump!

    You might be able to get a Richard Ritter 7x17 for $50.00. There's about 6 more weeks until the drawing...

    Vermont Center for Photography is holding a raffle to win a ULF717 7x17 camera made by Richard Ritter. Tickets are $50.00 US and only 300 tickets will be sold. Proceeds benefit Vermont Center for Photography.

    For details see http://www.vcphoto.org (scroll to bottom of the page).

    I am an exhibiting member of the gallery, but otherwise have no official affiliation.

    Barry
     
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    By the way, you needen't be present to win. Were you to win, you'd need to cover shipping, or come get it, the weather in Vermont is great this time of year! Just bring a warm coat and snowshoes or skis:wink:.
    To buy a ticket, just send a check to the gallery.