Photography center holds open reception
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BRATTLEBORO- In recent years, photography has taken on many new forms with the evolution of the digital world - cell phones and mobile devices in particular.

Many times, these images are not intended for exhibition purposes, but rather, as a documentation of social and casual daily happenings. This quality adds a unique and personal attachment to the images, which Vermont Center for Photography explores in this juried exhibition.

Exhibitors include 39 artists from America and eight from other countries. Some of the local exhibitors include: Jennifer Hart, Putney; Bernie Kubiak, Amherst, MA; David Levingston, Brattleboro; Sarah McKusick, Colrain, MA; Bob Parks, Sam Phillips, Elizabeth Ungerleider, and Josh Traeger, Brattleboro; and Kari Post, Chesterfield, NH.

The opening reception is on Friday, August 2, from 5:30 to 8:30 pm, during Brattleboro Gallery Walk. The public is welcome. The exhibit will end on Sunday, September 1. VCP is located at 49 Flat Street next to the parking garage in downtown. Gallery hours are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, noon to 5 pm; or by appointment. For directions or information call (802) 251-6051 or visit www.vcphoto.org.
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