BCC at the Moore Free Library's Crowell Gallery!
In Newfane Vermont this December? Come see our show at the Crowell Gallery!
Here is the announcement from the Crowell Gallery Facebook page.
"Crowell Gallery proudly presents its December exhibit by members of Brattleboro Camera Club.
This wonderful photographic exhibit will be available for viewing from December 1 to 30 and includes images club members Tom Singleton, Roger Turner, William Dixon, Paul Miller, Liz Lavorgna, Donald Miller, Robert George, John Taylor, and Kathy Carr.
Robert L. Crowell Art Gallery admission is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Tues, Wed, Fri 1 - 5 pm; Thurs 2 - 7 pm; Sat 10am - 1 pm.
Holiday closings are Saturday Dec 24 and Saturday Dec 31."
Crowell Gallery home page:
November Meeting - Back at Brooks Library!
The Brattleboro Camera Club will meet Monday, November 14th from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Brooks Memorial Library in Brattleboro, VT.
Local photographer Evie Lovett will discuss several of her photographic projects over the past years, including “Women, Muslim, Paris”, “Eyes of Rwanda”, “Rainbow Cattle Co.”, and her most recent work, “From the River, To the River”. View her work at www.evielovett.com.
Club members are encouraged to bring their prints for this month’s theme: In Motion (long shutter speed, panning or movement). This event is free and open to the public. Find us online: brattleborocameraclub.com
Liz's recent work has the common element of Art for Social Change.
"When I fully realized the change that happens within a person being photographed, I realized the power that photography has to also affect change in the viewer and the world" - Liz LaVorgna
The story of male of center identified individuals and their struggle to just “be” in the world. It gave a view to a community that many people are not comfortable with and created acceptance.
Perfect Imperfection (2014/2015)
A photo project that explored how people perceive themselves and how it affects them, ranging from body shame to emotionally charged topics like domestic violence. The exhibit was shown at Vermont Center for Photography in 2015 and received wonderful reviews. The viewers experienced a range of emotions and really connected with the images and stories, creating understanding.
Coffee & Conversation -Stories of Homelessness (2015)A photo/multimedia project that brought together two cross-sections of our community; those who were experiencing/have experienced homelessness and those who had stable housing. Coffee & Conversation created awareness about how we connect as human beings and how we respond to community issues. The goal of the project was to help the community to connect and treat each other with kindness, respect and dignity.Hungering for Home - Stories of Homelessness 2 ( 2016/2017 work in progress)A photo/book project that will highlight what home looks like from the perspective of our homeless community. Some people are couch surfing at a friend's home, some live under bridges and some in tents or mattresses in a graveyard. Their day is spent searching, hungering for a place to "be" without harassment. The homeless are the "invisible" community that get overlooked and we want to shine a light on our neighbors' situations to create understanding and change by bringing the community together and ending the stigma of homelessness. A percentage of funds from the published book will go directly to the Groundworks Drop-In center.
Photo Event: Montague Crit Training Series.
On August 3rd members of the Brattleboro Camera Club photographed a cycling event in Turners Falls, Mass.
Photo Walk: Hayward Gardens
On July 27th, 2016 members of the Brattleboro Camera Club met at Hayward Gardens, in Putney, for a guided photo tour.
For more information on the gardens: Hayward Gardens
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