Current Art Exhibit: "The Quarry Project" - A Collection of Photographs by Julia Barstow
The Quarry Project, conceived and directed by Hannah Dennison, is a site-specific dance/theatre piece being created for the Wells Lamson, one of the oldest, deepest granite quarries in the country, now flooded and “in reserve.” It is situated in the small village of Websterville, VT where many residents had relatives who worked in that quarry. Six years in the making, performances will start August 5, 2022. www.thequarryproject2022.com
Julia Barstow is a dance and landscape photographer from Adamant, VT and has been the project photographer since its inception in 2017. She earned a BA from Bennington College, where she studied photography and dance and sees site-specific movement as a dialogue of people and places.
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