Mission Statement

Mission:  The In-Sight Photography Project offers students a creative voice and outlet, an opportunity to experience success, tools for self-awareness and self-worth, and encourages them to become actively engaged in their communities. In-Sight teaches photography to youth ages 11-18 throughout Southern Vermont, regardless of their ability to pay.

History of In-Sight

The In-Sight Photography Project was conceived by Bill Ledger and John Willis when they were distracted by a large number of teenagers hanging around in downtown Brattleboro and by the police who were moving them along for loitering.

Lakota Quilt Raffle 2015

September 4 marks the launch of the 2015 Lakota Quilt Raffle!

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Sports on the Rez

Exposures participants Nick and John examine how sports affect youth on the Pine Ridge...

Winyan

Faye and Katie look into women’s roles in Lakota culture at the Pine Ridge...

Camp Zero Tolerance

2013 participants Nick S. and Linnea look into Camp Zero Tolerance on the border of the...

Mitakuye Oyasin

Exposures participants interview elders on the Pine Ridge...

My Neighborhood – Tia

Exposures Exchange Participant Tia tells a story about what her neighborhood in Chicago...

Life at the Pine Ridge Juvenile Detention Center

2014 Exposures Participants Luke and Chang visited the Pine Ridge Juvenile Detention...

Exposures Video

Find out about our Summer Exposures...