Travelling Exhibits


The following exhibits are available for loan to museums, non-commercial galleries, libraries and schools in Vermont, New England, northern New York State and Quebec.

For information about scheduling and fees, please contact us at (802) 388-4964.


Almost Utopia: In Search of the Good Life in Mid-Century America

Scott and Helen Nearing.


Photographs by Rebecca Lepkoff. Audio by the Vermont Folklife Center.

Historic black and white photographic prints of life in the community that grew around activists Alfred Jacob, Scott and Helen Nearing in Jamaica, Vermont during the 1950s. Audio consists of interviews with Lepkoff and the members of the community.

More details on the exhibit: Almost Utopia: In Search of the Good Life in Mid-Century America
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Backstage at the Rainbow Cattle Co: The Drag Queens of Dummerston, Vermont

Backstage at the Rainbow Cattle Co.


Photographs by Evie Lovett. Audio by the Vermont Folklife Center

Black and white images of the backstage experience of a troupe of drag queens who made their performance home at the Rainbow Cattle Co. in Dummerston, Vermont. Audio features recordings with the performers about the art of drag.

More details on the exhibit, including photographs and audio selections: Backstage at the Rainbow Cattle Co.

 



The Golden Cage: Mexican Migrant Workers and Vermont Dairy Farmers

The Golden Cage


Photographs by Caleb Kenna. Audio by Chris Urban and the Vermont Folklife Center.

Large-format color photographs of Mexican migrant workers employed on Vermont dairy farms. Audio consists of interviews in Spanish with migrant workers and in English with farmers. English and Spanish text translations are available.

More details on the exhibit, including photographs and audio selections: The Golden Cage

 



In Their Own Words: Stories from Refugees Settled in Vermont Communities

In Their Own Words


Photographs and text by Ned Castle.

Black and white photographs of New Americans who arrived in Vermont as poltical refugees from Bosnia, Burundi, Congo, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan and Uzbekistan. Exhibt includes pedistal-mounted text transcribed from interviews.

More details on the exhibit, including photographs and text excerpts: In Their Own Words

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