Vision & Voice Exhibits
The Vermont Folklife Center Vision & Voice Exhibit Program presents ethnographically framed, ethically engaged documentary exhibits.
On display at our Vision & Voice Gallery in Middlebury, VT.
Ice Shanties is an exhibition about the structures, people and culture of ice fishing seen through the lens of Vermont-based Colombian photographer Federico Pardo - with audio reflections from the shanty owners drawn from interviews conducted by the Vermont Folklife Center.
Exhibit on Display at the Pawlet Town Hall June 22, 2019 through July 28, 2019. Exhibit times vary. See the link for full schedule.
After Minnie Griswold passed away in 1952, her sons locked up their mother’s house in Pawlet, Vermont and left all her belongings in place, unaltered. Thirty years later, Pawlet documentarians Susanne and Neil Rappaport would enter the home at the invitation of one of the brothers, Charlie, and go on to produce a collection of hand-colored photographs of Minnie’s home.
Exhibit on display a the Saint Albans Museum July 17, 2019 through August 10, 2019.
Richard Brown’s recently published retrospective—The Last of the Hill Farms: Echoes of Vermont’s Past—showcases the photographer’s most cherished subject: Vermont’s hill farmers. This exhibition, which bears the same name, offers the chance to experience the Vermont that Richard entered and began to photograph in the 1970s.