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 Left to right: Chris Fowler, Panola County, Mississippi; Jake Reinhart, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Nathan Armes, Franklin County, North Carolina; Alan Pittman, Kanawha County, West Virginia; and Lauren Stonestreet, Kanawha County, West Virginia.

Left to right: Chris Fowler, Panola County, Mississippi; Jake Reinhart, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Nathan Armes, Franklin County, North Carolina; Alan Pittman, Kanawha County, West Virginia; and Lauren Stonestreet, Kanawha County, West Virginia.

The Looking at Appalachia project seeks to engage a wide audience through a variety of platforms. As such, we invite photographers to take over our Instagram account to post photographs and text about their specific corner of Appalachia. Takeovers usually last a week and consist of roughly two posts per day.

We encourage photographers to share new images as they are made, post existing photographs from a project, or a combination of the two. We ask that photographers have an understanding of the Looking at Appalachia project and the context in which it was created.

Interested in taking over the Looking at Appalachia Instagram? Send us a link to your Instagram (or your Instagram handle) via our contact page and let's connect.