This group show of photography examines the universal notion of home using regional and familial subject matter. Scott Huebner’s photographs of banal objects and everyday acts herald quieter and oft-overlooked moments around the home. Matt Brown photographs dogs in their rural Southern environs, and Phaedra Call-Himwich exhibits intimate portraits of a free-wheeling elderly woman from a young woman’s perspective. In the downstairs gallery, Dawn Roe creates an atmospheric experience with a projection of a gray and foggy forest canopy. Taking the less literal route is Miranda Maynard whose photographs call to mind the unsettling moments of youth. This is a rare opportunity to see narrative photography exhibited by up-and-coming local photographers. On display until June 1.

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