In-Sight prepares for annual auction

BRATTLEBORO — In-Sight Photography Project's 22nd annual auction is an event where, as the organization put in a news release, “a broad community of artists and In-Sight supporters come together to put on an exhibition that showcases the wide breadth of creativity and vision present in the photo world. It would not be possible without the hundreds of bidders who buy the work.”

And the event's organizers say they want to recognize that broad-based support from the arts and photographic worlds by giving something back to that community.

The money raised this year will be shared with two additional organizations: Youth FX of Albany, N.Y. and The Root Social Justice Center of Brattleboro. Each will receive 30 percent of the auction proceeds.

The remaining 40 percent will go to In-Sight's Student Scholarship Fund, as it has for 22 years, to help ensure access to safe and welcoming arts programming where students are encouraged to engage with mentors, ask questions, express themselves, and make positive choices.

Bidding has begun at, and will end on Sunday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m.

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