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At BML: The Town Photographer in VT, Forrest Holzapfel

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Photographer and local historian Forrest Holzapfel discusses the role of the village photographer in nineteenth-century Vermont and demonstrates how his own work continues that tradition by creating a body of contemporary photographs depicting the people and landscapes of his hometown, Marlboro, Vermont. He offers suggestions to those who would like to undertake similar documentation of their own towns. Forrest Holzapfel returned to his hometown, Marlboro, Vermont, after graduating from Bard College in 1997. The people and landscapes of Marlboro have become the focus of his fieldwork in photography and oral history. He has had numerous exhibitions and was the recipient of a 2003 Individual Achievement Award from the Vermont Historical Society for his work.

Production Date: 
Monday, February 28, 2011 (All day)

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