Anniversary celebration
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“Wanting to Want” is an example of one of the photographs in the exhibit.
“Wanting to Want” is an example of one of the photographs in the exhibit.
BRATTLEBORO- The 20th anniversary celebration at the Vermont Center for Photography, located at 49 Flat Street, continues with the open juried exhibition opening on Friday, March 2. Juror Shane Lavalette has chosen 29 photographers from 12 states and Hong Kong for inclusion. Lindsay Richard, of Brattleboro, Tara Wray, of Woodstock, and Kimberly Lockwood, of Holyoke, MA, are the regional photographers included.

Lavalette is an American photographer, independent publisher, and the director of Light Work, a nonprofit in Syracuse, NY. He holds a BFA from Tufts University in partnership with The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Lavalette’s photographs have been shown widely across the United States.

The Vermont Center for Photography has published a limited edition, full color exhibition catalog featuring each work selected for the exhibit plus additional information on each artist, which will be for sale.

The opening reception is Friday, March 2, from 5:30 to 8:30 pm, during the Gallery Walk. The public is welcome. The exhibit will end on Sunday, April 1. For directions or information call (802) 251-6051 or visit
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