Call for Entries: Nostalgia: Vermont Photography Workplace

Woodbury, Vermont

Photography is an art of the instant, of Cartier-Bresson’s “decisive moment.” But it is also an art of past moments—records of slices of time that no longer exist. In this juried exhibition, NOSTALGIA, we are interested in photographs that investigate aspects of past time, memory, and public or personal histories. For example, photographs can allude to the past through process, by using antiquated technologies such as the tintype; through subject, by focusing on objects or people with the aura of long ago; through place, by picturing places that have private or well-known memory associations.

Juror: Larissa Leclair
Larissa Leclair is a photography writer and curator. Most recently she curated the exhibition “Christopher Colville” in conjunction with FotoWeek DC. Larissa is also a collector of photography and photography books. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Washington University in St. Louis and a Masters from Yale University. Her website and blog can be found at