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Sep
5
2015

Vermont Heritage Brew Festival

Vermont Heritage Brew Festival
Description:

Vermont Heritage Brew Festival highlights craft brews from at least 13 beer, cider and mead makers. Brews specifically created for the festival will be on tap alongside known favorites from Fiddlehead, Magic Hat, 14th Star, Champlain Orchards Cidery, Backacre, The Vermont Pub & Brewery, Eden, Shacksbury, Windfall Orchard, Whetstone Ciderworks, Groennfell Meadery, Drop-In Brewing, and Queen City Brewery.

Brewers will be located at four different locations on the Museum’s campus, designed so that visitors can stroll from one sip to the next. Maps will be available onsite.

Live music performances throughout the grounds feature: Pete Sutherland and Tristan Henderson (fiddle and guitar), Brass Balagan (a radical marching band), Erica and Eric Andrus, Scheitholt and his Zithers and Fiddleheads.

Tickets are $55; $35 for members of Shelburne Museum and Vermont Folklife Center. They can be purchased online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vermont-heritage-brew-festival-tickets-17672118783. Proceeds go to support exhibitions and programming at Vermont Folklife Center and Shelburne Museum. The first 500 Vermont resident ticket purchasers will receive a commemorative sample glass.

Local food vendors will be available onsite.

Remember, if you don’t want to plan on a designated driver, CCTA stops right on Route 7 near The Museum entrance.

Time: 9/5/15 5:30am - 8:30pm
Location: Shelburne Museum, Shelburne
Sep
5
2015

4th ANNUAL MARKET MADNESS STREET FAIR

4th ANNUAL MARKET MADNESS STREET FAIR
Description:

Old-Fashioned Street Fair including Kids’ Corner featuring Troy Wunderle of Circus Smirkus, music all day, expended farmers’ market, arts and crafts, quilt display and raffle, BBQ and Harpoon Beer Garden, classic cars, antique tractors, motor sports, ice cream social, Humane Society’s Love Shack and Kissing Booth, and more! LOCAL FRESH, ARTSY, FUN! Sponsored by Springfield On the Move. For more information: 802-885-1527 or som@vermontel.net

Time: 9/5/15 10:00am - 4:00pm
Location: 6 MAIN STREET AND SURROUNDING AREA, Springfield
Sep
5
2015

An Evening with Phill Gosselin & Jenny Dunne

An Evening with Phill Gosselin & Jenny Dunne
Description:

Jenny Dunne and Phil Gosselin bring the bright lights of Broadway and beyond to Newport, VT! Come and enjoy old favorites and new classics from the Great White Way as this crackerjack pair toasts to summer's end.
Followed by a reception with the artists.
Tickets: $10

Time: 9/5/15 7:00pm
Location: St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 44 Second Street, Newport
Sep
5
2015

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: Man and Superman

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: Man and Superman
Description:

National Theatre Live, the best of British theatre broadcast to cinemas around the world presents this screening of the reinvention of George Bernard Shaw’s witty, provocative classic. Ralph Fiennes plays Jack Tanner, a celebrated radical thinker and rich bachelor, who seems an unlikely choice as guardian to the alluring heiress, Ann. But she takes it in her assured stride and, despite the love of a poet, she decides to marry and tame this dazzling revolutionary.

Tickets are $18 for adults, $12 for seniors and $9 for students. The best of British theatre broadcast to cinemas around the world. National Theatre Live is sponsored by Aviva and distributed internationally (ex-UK) by New York-based BYExperience. Tickets may be purchased in advance online at www.bbatickets.com.

Time: 9/5/15 7:00pm
Location: Burr and Burton Academy, Riley Center for the Arts, Manchester
Sep
5
2015

50th Annual Labor Day Weekend Festival

50th Annual Labor Day Weekend Festival Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Friends of Music at Guilford's 50th Anniversary Festival is dedicated to late founder A. Graham Down (1929-2014), who brought the c. 1897 Tracker Organ to Guilford in the 1960s and supported its renovation and improvements over the years, even after relocating to DC in the early 1970s; he performed the first few concerts on this instrument and several more in 2001-2012. On Saturday at 7:30 pm in the Barn, Susan Summerfield, professor of music and college organist at Saint Michael's College in Burlington, Vt., presents "Traditions," a concert on the c. 1897 Tracker Organ. Solo works by J. S. Bach, C. P. E. Bach, Couperin, Dandrieu, Milhaud, and Harrison are featured. A champagne reception follows. The concert is rain or shine. Check the calendar for Sunday, September 6 for the "Festival Orchestra Lawn Concert."

Time: 9/5/15 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: The Organ Barn, Guilford
Sep
5
2015

Dave Keller Band: Soul & Blues from Montpelier to Memphis

Dave Keller Band: Soul & Blues from Montpelier to Memphis
Description:

One of the finest blues and soul men of his generation, Dave Keller is a first-class singer, guitarist, and songwriter. He’s a seasoned performer, creating fun and inspiring experiences. His new CD, Soul Changes, earned a 2014 Blues Music Award Nomination for Best Soul/Blues Album. Keller has earned the respect of the torchbearers of the blues: recording and co-writing with legendary guitarist Ronnie Earl; touring regularly with Mississippi blues master Johnny Rawls; and spending many years as the protégé of soul/blues singer Mighty Sam McClain, who says, "He's for REAL!! Y'all check him out!!" He is performing with drummer Brett Hoffman, bass guitarist Gary Lofspeich, and keyboardist Ira Friedman. "Soul Changes (Keller’s sixth album, 2013) is, hands down, my favorite record of this year. Son of a gun, you've got pure soul running through your veins. This record swoops, hollers, makes me cry, makes me smile, and simply moves me." -- Brett Fleming, WEVL, Memphis, TN.

Tickets: Prices start at $20. $25 regular, $35 premium. Partners save 10-20%.

Time: 9/5/15 8:00pm
Location: Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, Stowe
Aug
20
2015
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Sep
5
2015

I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick

I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

I HATE HAMLET by Paul Rudnick

An unapologetically silly and always hilarious comedy about a young Hollywood actor dueling with Hamlet, his life and the ghost of John Barrymore written by Paul Rudnick, the novelist, playwright, essayist and screenwriter whom the New York times has called “ one of our pre-eminent humorists.” A love letter to the theatre!

DATES August 20th- September 5th Ticket Price $20-$49 (All Ages)

Time: 8/20/15 8:00pm - 9/5/15 10:00pm
Location: Dorset Theatre Festival, Dorset
Aug
20
2015
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Sep
5
2015

'Chess' | Presented by Stowe Theatre Guild

'Chess' | Presented by Stowe Theatre Guild Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

This August, Stowe Theatre Guild presents the musical “Chess,” featuring music by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, formerly of ABBA, and lyrics by Tim Rice. The story of “Chess” involves a politically driven Cold War-era chess tournament between two men — an American grandmaster and a Soviet grandmaster — and their fight over a woman who manages one and falls in love with the other.

This production is directed by Ian Ferris, with music direction by Nate Venet, choreography by Brad Enos and visual design by Shawn Patrick Rice.

For tickets, visit stowetheatre.com or email tickets@stowetheatre.com. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for age 18 and under, taxes and fees included. Tickets can be purchased at the door on show nights beginning at 6 p.m. as well, cash or check.

Show dates are Thursday-Saturday, August 20-22, 27-29 and September 3-5. Shows are at 8 p.m., with additional Saturday matinees at 2 p.m. on August 22 and 29 and Sept. 5.

Information: stowetheatre.com/show/chess, chessinstowe.com and bit.ly/chess2015.

Time: 8/20/15 8:00pm - 9/5/15 10:30pm
Location: Town Hall Theatre, Akeley Memorial Building, 67 Main St., Stowe
Aug
27
2015
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Sep
5
2015

Weston Playhouse Theatre Company presents THE GLASS MENAGERIE

Weston Playhouse Theatre Company presents THE GLASS MENAGERIE Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

By Tennessee Williams

The timeless American masterpiece

Tennessee Williams’ classic of the American stage is a deeply personal and haunting “memory play." An aging Southern Belle longs for her youth and dreams of a better life for her children. Her restless son (a would–be poet and the story’s narrator) gets swept in his mother’s funny and heartbreaking schemes to find a husband for his painfully shy sister.

2 hours 30 minutes including intermission.

Tickets: $35-52, students half price

Box Office: 802-824-5288

Curtain Times:
Tuesday thru Saturday evenings at 7:30pm; Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2pm;
Sunday matinees at 3pm.

Location: Weston Playhouse - 12 Park Street Weston, VT, Weston
Jul
15
2015
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Sep
6
2015

Mark Goodwin

Mark Goodwin Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Recent Work. Painting, Drawing, Collage & Printmaking.

Wed. - Fri. : 10:00 - 5:00 / Sat. : 12:00 - 5:00 / Sun. - Tues : by appointment

image : Chalice, 2015

In the Garden Gallery.

Time: 7/15/15 10:00am - 9/6/15 5:00pm
Location: BigTown Gallery, Rochester
Jul
15
2015
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Sep
6
2015

James McGarrell

James McGarrell Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

A Selection of the Imaginistic Paintings from 1984 - 2004. Paintings, with related drawings on tile and paper.

Wed. - Fri. : 10:00 - 5:00 Sat. : 12:00 - 5:00 Sun. - Tues. : by appointment

image : Double Sun, Boat People, 1990

Time: 7/15/15 10:00am - 9/6/15 5:00pm
Location: BigTown Gallery, Rochester
Aug
1
2015
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Sep
6
2015

Making Sacred Connections - 18th Annual VT Festival of Arts

Making Sacred Connections - 18th Annual VT Festival of Arts
Description:

Waitsfield United Church of Christ Displays the Work of Two Vermont Artists

The Waitsfield United Church of Christ will exhibit the paintings of Vermont artists Kathleen McGuffin of Burlington and Karla Van Vliet of Bristol during the 18th Annual Vermont Festival of the Arts. The exhibit will open with a talk by the artists on August 1st and close on September 6th. The paintings may be viewed Thursday through Sundays, noon – 5:00PM.
Kathleen McGuffin’s realistically rendered oil paintings invite viewers to pause and listen, with their eyes, to divinely possible stories.
Karla Van Vliet is a painter and student of the dream who seeks to create meaning and open places of feeling where one connects with God.

Time: 8/1/15 12:00pm - 9/6/15 5:00pm
Location: Waitsfield United Church of Christ, 4335 Main St., Waitsfield
Sep
5
2015
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Sep
6
2015

45th Annual Mad River Craft Fair

45th Annual Mad River Craft Fair
Description:

45th Annual Mad River Valley Craft Fair, Labor day weekend, Sat. & Sun., Sept, 5 & 6, 10 am - 5 pm. Rain or shine, with 2/3 under a giant tent, 100+ juried artists, four bands, door prizes, delicious food court and free kids activities! Browse handmade items from practical to whimsical and meet the artists. Then learn a new skill: free knitting and felting lessons for beginners to advanced knitters and woodworking workshops for kids! A few spaces remaining for excellent artists: 3,500 attendees, artist TLC (continental breakfast, close parking, booth sitting for breaks while you gaze at the mountains, 2nd homeowner buyers!) Contact laura@madriver.com, www.madrivercraftfair.com, benefits the Valley Players, a non-profit local community theater in Waitsfield.

Time: 9/5/15 10:00am - 9/6/15 5:00pm
Location: Kenyon's Field, 3337 Main St., Waitsfield
Jul
30
2015
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Sep
6
2015

Big Red Barn Art Show

Big Red Barn Art Show Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Enjoy two and three dimensional works by nearly forty Mad River Valley artists. Works include paintings, monoprints and sculpture. Something for everyone! Revisit the exhibit throughout the month to view new pieces as they are added. Meet the Artists at the Opening Reception on Sunday, August 2, 2015.

Time: 7/30/15 12:00pm - 9/6/15 9:00pm
Location: Big Red Barn Gallery at Lareau Farm, Waitsfield, VT, Waitsfield
Sep
4
2015
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Sep
6
2015

Progressive Performance Festival

Progressive Performance Festival Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Join Vermont Performance Lab for the second edition of the Progressive Performance Festival, a three-day festival known for pushing performance expectations by presenting performances in unexpected places in downtown Brattleboro. The 2015 PPF presents three works by critically acclaimed artists that touch on themes of social justice, cultural memory, and human-technology relations: "The Rounds" by Martin Chaput and Martial Chazallon; "Schwanze-Beast" by Carmelita Tropicana and Ela Troyano; and "2125 Stanley Street" by Dahlia Nayar. Visit us at www.vermontperformancelab.org for complete details. Tickets go on sale starting August 1st.

Location: The Dianich Gallery, New England Youth Theatre, and various downtown Brattleboro locations, Brattleboro
Aug
21
2015
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Sep
6
2015

Black Comedy

Black Comedy Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Black Comedy
by Peter Shaffer
Laughter begins when the lights go out! Lovesick Brindsley, a young sculptor, has embellished his apartment with antique furniture and objects d'arte "borrowed" from his absent neighbor hoping to impress his fiancee's father, a pompous and a wealthy art dealer. The neighbor returns just as a blown fuse plunges the apartment into total darkness (but for the audience the stage is brightly lit). Unexpected guests, errant phone cords, and other snares impede his frantic efforts to return the stolen items. A non-stop laugh riot!

Location: Oldcastle Theatre, Bennington
Aug
3
2015
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Sep
7
2015

Photo Show at the Round Barn

Photo Show at the Round Barn
Description:

Green Mountain Cultural Center's 26th Annual Photo Show in the Round Barn August 3rd through September 7th.

The annual community-based Photo Show is held each August in the Round Barn on East Warren Road in Waitsfield and is a part of the award-winning Vermont Festival of the Arts. 


The show runs August 3 through Labor Day, September 7. Open every day, hours from Monday through Friday are 10-5 pm; Saturdays & Sundays from 10 to 2:30 pm.  The exhibition is occasionally closed during weekends to not interfere with scheduled events at the Round Barn.  Please check the calendar on the Round Barn website for further information. Admission is free.

Time: 8/3/15 10:00am - 9/7/15 5:00pm
Location: The Joslin Round Barn at the Inn at the Round Barn, Waitsfield
Jul
3
2015
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Sep
7
2015

Andrew Orr and David Curtis in the Middle Room

Andrew Orr and David Curtis in the Middle Room
Description:

Landscape paintings by Andrew Orr and his teacher David P. Curtis are presented in a two person show in Bryan Memorial Gallery's Middle Room. Illustrating the relationship between teacher and student, the exhibit reveals why Curtis says he "learns from his students," as well as the strength of a teacher who allows a student to "find his own voice."

Time: 7/3/15 11:00am - 9/7/15 5:00pm
Location: Bryan Memorial Gallery, Jeffersonville
Jul
3
2015
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Sep
7
2015

GENERATIONS

GENERATIONS
Description:

Bryan Memorial Gallery presents 30 invited landscape painters exhibiting alongside their teachers and their students. As many as 4 generations spanning 75 years are included in works by artists ranging from age 86 to age 6. Many master teachers including Aldro Hibbard, Robert Douglas Hunter and Frank DuMond are represented.

Time: 7/3/15 11:00am - 9/7/15 5:00pm
Location: Bryan Memorial Gallery, Jeffersonville
Aug
1
2015
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Sep
7
2015

My Personal Cuba – A Photographic Retrospective of 31 Visits Over 21 Years

My Personal Cuba – A Photographic Retrospective of 31 Visits Over 21 Years
Description:

Pop-Up Exhibition in a 2000 square foot empty storefront by photojournalist David Garten of photos of music, dance and daily life in Cuba, shot between 1994 and 2014. Thursday-Sunday 3:00-6:00 pm and by appointment. Go to cubaphoto.com for information about gallery talks and a slide lecture. A Vermont Festival of the Arts event.

Time: 8/1/15 3:00pm - 9/7/15 6:00pm
Location: Village Square Shopping Center 5121 Main St, Waitsfield
Aug
1
2015
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Sep
7
2015

Vermont Festival of the Arts

Vermont Festival of the Arts Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

The towns of the Mad River Valley, Vermont play host in August to one of the most diverse festivals in New England. With more than 100 quality arts-related events and activities, the Vermont Festival of the Arts is designed to entertain the soul, enlighten the mind, and energize the spirit. Because this is a multi-dimensional, multi-media, multi-age series of events, there is truly something for everyone. The goal of the Vermont Festival of the Arts is to provide a platform for the myriad arts events that already exist and to encourage new events. From a simple pottery demo and painting workshop to a world-class musical performance, these events cross the boundaries of age, gender and occupation. Events take place every day during the month of August and are perfect for mid-week visitors, weekend guests, second-home owners, local residents and all Vermonters.

Time: 8/1/15 8:00am - 9/7/15 8:00pm
Location: Mad River Valley (Waitsfield, Warren, Fayston, Moretown), Waitsfield
Jun
20
2015
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Sep
7
2015

Creative Cosmos

Creative Cosmos Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Creative Cosmos an exhibit of paintings, prints sculpture and digital images that explores how artists respond to the universal cosmic order and are inspired by scientific discoveries. Vermont and New Hampshire artists include Sabra Field. Paul Calter,Cami Davis, Janet Van Fleet
Bhakti Ziek and Jim Robinson.

Location: Chandler Gallery, Randolph
Jun
13
2015
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Sep
13
2015

American Moderns, 1910–1960: From O'Keeffe to Rockwell

American Moderns, 1910–1960: From O'Keeffe to Rockwell
Description:

Organized by the Brooklyn Museum, American Moderns presents almost 50 artworks from its collection in a variety of styles that explore the depth and range of American modern painting and sculpture.

Museum director Tom Denenberg said, “While Shelburne Museum is best known for its early American paintings and vast folk art collection, at the end of her life, Museum founder Electra Havemeyer Webb (1888-1960) planned to expand the Museum’s collection to include modernist paintings and sculpture. This exhibition not only allows visitors a rare opportunity to experience modern masters in Vermont, but it also completes what might have been Mrs. Webb’s ultimate vision for the museum. She wanted to present a piece of what Georgia O’Keeffe called, ‘this great American thing’ to Vermont audiences.”

This is the last stop on the tour for the exhibition, and perhaps a once in a lifetime moment for art lovers in Vermont to see this important group of artworks. Forty-four paintings and three sculptures will be on view in Shelburne Museum’s Pizzagalli Center for Art & Education by such artists as Georgia O’Keeffe, Milton Avery, Marsden Hartley, Stuart Davis, Arthur Dove, Elie Nadelman and Norman Rockwell. Vermonters will be pleased to note that artists Rockwell Kent and Luigi Lucioni, who are both included in this exhibition, spent time in Arlington and Manchester, Vermont, respectively.

Time: 6/13/15 10:00am - 9/13/15 5:00pm
Location: Shelburne Museum, Shelburne
Aug
19
2015
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Sep
19
2015

"The Rutland Muralist" Kathryn Wiegers

"The Rutland Muralist" Kathryn Wiegers Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Join us this month as we explore the unique perspective and artistic process of Kathryn Wiegers, whose colorful, whimsical and naturalistic murals enliven four locations around Downtown Rutland (with a fifth scheduled to be unveiled on Halloween). One of her murals can even be found at the bottom of Center St. alley, right next to the gallery! Stop in and see not only a variety of her paintings, but a selection of her working/planning materials from her murals as well.

Excerpt from Artist's Statement:
"......In my artwork, I try and display the world around us in a unique, and what I hope to be an intense way. All the beauty and details in life, from a single blade of grass to the deep wrinkles in a face constantly confront me. All of these things can speak volumes and yet are so often passed by. In painting these subjects in a large medium there is a great deal more brought to attention. This is what I love to do and continuously strive to do better."

~ Kathryn Wiegers

Time: 8/19/15 11:00am - 9/19/15 6:00pm
Location: The Castleton Downtown Gallery, Rutland
Aug
8
2015
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Sep
20
2015

2015 Summer Members Exhibition

2015 Summer Members Exhibition
Description:

Now on display at the Southern Vermont Arts Center, the 2015 Annual Summer Members' show! One of two annual members' shows, this exhibition offers artist members the chance to display their artwork in our Yester House Galleries. Among them, we are showcasing two fantastic artists, George Van Hook and Christopher Pierce. This exhibition is free and open to the public and, as always, all artwork on display is for sale. The exhibitionis on on display through September 20th. Visit us in Manchester at SVAC!

For more information, visit www.svac.org
Hours: Tues-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12pm-5pm

Time: 8/8/15 2:00pm - 9/20/15 5:00pm
Location: Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester
Aug
23
2015
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Sep
27
2015

Art Exhibit - Fleeting Moments: Why We Go On

Art Exhibit - Fleeting Moments: Why We Go On
Description:

A group show of photography, sculpture, poetry, and art made from the pulp of recycled combat uniforms responds to themes in the David Budbill-Erik Nielsen opera: A Fleeting Animal. Themes include the hardships and joys of rural living; love and loss; distrust of differences; and the experience of returning veterans, their families and communities. Intended as a counterpoint to the opera, selected works reflect the duality and balance point between despair and hope, loss and recovery, and fleeting moments that deliver us from the struggles of everyday life. Featured artists: Ruth Coppersmith, Kevin Hart, Holly King, Patricia Lyon-Surrey, Michelle Saffran, Jackie Smith, John Snell, Jon Turner, Isabel Weinger-Nielsen, Bonny Willett. Poets: David Budbill, Geoff Hewitt, Diane Swan, and Jon Turner.

This exhibit runs concurrently with six Vermont performances of A Fleeting Animal: An Opera From Judevine, culminating with a final performance 9/20 on the Main Stage of the Chandler. More info at www.afleetinganimal.com

Time: 8/23/15 12:00pm - 9/27/15 3:00pm
Location: Downstairs Gallery, Chandler Center for the Arts, Randolph
Aug
20
2015
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Sep
27
2015

Group Exhibit: Malcolm Wright, Shaun Wright, Petria Mitchell

Group Exhibit: Malcolm Wright, Shaun Wright, Petria Mitchell Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

On Thursday, August 20 from 5 - 7pm the public is invited to attend an opening reception for a new featured exhibit at Mitchell • Giddings Fine Arts at 183 Main Street, Brattleboro. Father and Son, Malcolm and Shaun Wright (ceramic and bronze sculpture and photography respectively) are teaming up for an exhibit showcasing their work along with the oil canvases of Petria Mitchell.

The name Malcolm Wright will be familiar to many in Southern Vermont and beyond as a ceramic artist and sculptor. His work is widely collected privately and publicly. Collections include the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Denver Art Museum, The Currier Museum of Art, the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC, and the Bennington Museum. The work featured in this exhibit is part of a sculpture project Wright began in 2007. Wright is well-known for his Japanese influenced ceramics with a minimalist aesthetic, and the bronze work in this exhibit grows from the same place. In talking about using bronze as a medium he states, “So why am I interested in bronze? . . . Bronze carries a feeling of permanence. When I arrive at a form that, to my eye, appears mature, I have a desire to see it realized in bronze. Bronze leads to the possibility of small editions, and varied surface treatments. Color is variable and controllable. Finally and most important, the visual hardness of the material works for my forms.”

Malcolm’s son, Shaun Wright, creates striking black and white photography in mini-landscapes, drawing from the world around him, “One of the early lures of photography was my inability to face an empty canvas. I use a method of working reductively from all that my eyes see, rather than constructing from inside my mind.” Images in this exhibit are gathered from a range of Shaun’s life experience, reflecting his life during a move from Saint Louis, Missouri to Sao Paulo, Brazil. According to Shaun, “Photographs present themselves to me and are most commonly created by removing the busyness of life in order to create a world inside the image . . . The desires of modern life become unimportant, all that remains is a silver print with the basic elements of design: texture, shape, line, and composition. . . These prints all come from my journey, my camera, and my eyes.”

Rounding out the exhibit are the atmospheric abstracted landscapes of Petria Mitchell. An artist established in Southern Vermont for over 30 years and co-owner of Mitchell • Giddings FIne Arts, Petria’s work is familiar to many. The softly blended colorist scenes come from her own imagination, “Which allows me to play with limitless visual possibilities with a thorough appreciation for abstraction. My paintings are compositions of internal places not visited on foot. When working with atmosphere and diffused light, I'm able to emphasize my interest in the plasticity of paint, rather than the physics of light.”

These exhibits will be on display through September 27, 2015. On Sunday, August 23 an artist talk featuring Malcolm and Shaun Wright and facilitated by Craig Stockwell begins at 5pm and is open to the public.

Mitchell • Giddings Fine Arts features innovative works by midcareer and established artists in a variety of media. MGFA is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11-5 pm.

Time: 8/20/15 5:00pm - 9/27/15 5:00pm
Location: Mitchell • Giddings Fine Arts, 183 Main Street, Brattleboro
Aug
7
2015
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Sep
30
2015

Clark Derbes: Self-Portrait

Clark Derbes: Self-Portrait
Description:

Clark Derbes saws, sands, and playfully paints illusionistic, reality-altering geometric "sculptures of paintings of sculptures."This exhibition features new freestanding sculptures, wall pieces, and works on canvas by the Burlington and New Orleans-based artist.

Time: 8/7/15 10:00am - 9/30/15 5:00pm
Location: West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park, Stowe
Aug
14
2015
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Oct
5
2015

Val Rossman: Hues and Gestures

Val Rossman: Hues and Gestures
Description:

"Hues and Gestures" highlights a recent selection of Val Rossman’s vibrant abstractions in pastel on paper and acrylic on aluminum. From loose mark-making to densely grided layers of color, she is not afraid to experiment. The results are full of spontaneity and excitement, energetic and lively.

Time: 8/14/15 10:00am - 10/5/15 5:00pm
Location: West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park, Stowe
Aug
20
2015
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Oct
7
2015

In My Backyard

In My Backyard
Description:

A collection of twenty-one framed color photographs all made in and around Central Vermont by Montpelier photographer John Snell. They include flowers, landscapes and natural abstracts of reflections in water—all made with a fresh eye toward seeing the world more fully.

Location: Vermont Tech Hartness Library, Randolph Center
Jul
12
2015
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Oct
11
2015

Speak Up! Speak Out! Bread & Puppet Theater

Speak Up! Speak Out! Bread & Puppet Theater
Description:

This retrospective of works from Peter Schumann’s Bread & Puppet Theater of Glover, Vermont focuses on the group's activist responses to fundamental political and social issues that have defined American culture over the past 50 years, including the war in Vietnam; Central American turmoil and Liberation Theology; the politics of black liberation as represented by the Attica prison uprising and the M.O.V.E. family in Philadelphia; opposition to nuclear weapons and nuclear power; and the war in Iraq. MUSEUM HOURS: Tu-Fr 10-4:30, Sat-Sun 1-4:30pm. CLOSED Aug 16-31, Sept 4-7.

Time: 7/12/15 1:00pm - 10/11/15 4:30pm
Location: University of Connecticut, 245 Glenbrook Road, Outside Vermont
Jul
3
2015
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Oct
12
2015

2015 Legacy Collection

2015 Legacy Collection
Description:

Bryan Memorial Gallery presents its 2015 Legacy Collection. Over 200 artworks comprise a tribute to those artists who carry on the legacy of Alden Bryan, founder of the gallery, and Mary Bryan in whose memory it was built. The Legacy Collection includes works by 20 living artists whose vitality and vision in plein air painting and in studio work mirror that of Alden and Mary. The Collection also includes a selection of works by deceased artists who shared the vision in their lifetime. Gallery hours change after Columbus Day to Thursday - Sunday, 11 - 4, through the end of the year.

Time: 7/3/15 11:00am - 10/12/15 5:00pm
Location: Bryan Memorial Gallery, Jeffersonville
Jul
11
2015
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Oct
14
2015

Exposed: The Helen Day Art Center's Annual Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition

Exposed: The Helen Day Art Center's Annual Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Exposed is Helen Day Art Center’s 24th annual outdoor sculpture exhibition. Sculpture, site-specific, and participatory work from regional and national artists is exhibited throughout the town of Stowe.

Time: 7/11/15 4:00pm - 10/14/15 5:00pm
Location: Helen Day Art Center, Stowe
Aug
21
2015
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Oct
14
2015

"Edge of Nature"

"Edge of Nature"
Description:

In "Edge of Nature", Eriksson Fine Art devotes its only annual exhibition to 8 women artists, offering a vivid expressive vision of nature.
The artists are working in invigorating blend of media and style. Oil on Canvas, Acrylic Compound of Plaster Board, Abstract quilts, Glass and Pottery.
"Edge of Nature" is on view 8/21 - 10/14, 2015 at Eriksson Fine Art's Comfort Farm, located at 2313 West Hill road in Stowe. Exhibiting artists include Kate Stiassni, Karen Tusinski, Barbara Gordon, Randi Solin, Natalie Blake, Irma Cerese, Sky Hoyt and Hannah Sessions. An evening reception will take place Friday, Aug. 21st from 6- 9PM. . Eriksson Fine Art is open 12:30pm-5:30pm Friday through Monday or by appointment. appointment. For further information please contact Gallery owner and Curator Gunnel Clarke at Gunnel@erikssonfineart.com or by phone 802-253-2597 or 561-307-5610.

Location: Comfort Farm, 2313 West Hill Road, Stowe
Apr
11
2015
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Oct
15
2015

New exhibit: Kurn Hattin, Legacy of Caring

New exhibit: Kurn Hattin, Legacy of Caring Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Exhibit opening in Saturday, April 11, 2015. Exhibit continues at the Vermont History Museum through October. At the opening, Connie Sanderson, Executive Director of Kurn Hattin Homes for Children will tell the story of Kurn Hattin as well as the significant trends in the fields of childcare, education, and social services since the turn of the 19th century.

Since 1894, Kurn Hattin has helped thousands of disadvantaged children and their families by offering a safe home and quality education in a nurturing environment. Call Amanda Gustin at (802) 828-2180 or online: vermonthistory.org/calendar.

Time: 4/11/15 1:00pm - 10/15/15 2:00pm
Location: Vermont History Museum, Montpelier
Jul
31
2015
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Oct
17
2015

Love of Kinship: 2015 Annual All-Member Exhibit

Love of Kinship: 2015 Annual All-Member Exhibit
Description:

The Chaffee’s doors opened in 1961 through the collaborative work of our founding members. It is through the support of the membership that our doors have remained opened. In conjunction with our year long celebration of LOVE, the Chaffee will honor our Chaffee Community Kinship during our Annual All-member Exhibit.

All Chaffee Members are welcome to submit original artwork for exhibit.

Submission Forms due by July 11, 2015

Time: 7/31/15 5:00pm - 10/17/15 6:00pm
Location: 16 South Main Street, Rutland
May
19
2015
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Oct
18
2015

Warren Kimble All-American Artist: An Eclectic Retrospective

Warren Kimble All-American Artist: An Eclectic Retrospective Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

This exhibit highlights the career of internationally-known Brandon, Vermont artist Warren Kimble, who came to prominence for his folk art, but since has concentrated on diverse themes, inspired in part by his residencies at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vermont. These themes include his “Sunshine” series, his “Widows of War” paintings and sculpture, and more recent “House of Cards” and “Into the Box,” open faced boxes which feature found objects and architectural assemblages. In addition, as a tribute to the public and the Sheldon Museum, Warren and his wife Lorraine have agreed to display selections from their personal collection of folk art by other artists, which will be located throughout the Sheldon’s historic rooms. This will be a unique opportunity to enter the private world of Warren Kimble.
A public reception is scheduled during Middlebury’s Art’s Walk, Friday, June 12, 2015, 5 – 7 pm. Warren will be present at the reception. Warren has donated one of his paintings for a raffle to support the exhibit and education programs of the Sheldon. Gallery Talks of the exhibit will be held every Wednesday at noon.

Time: 5/19/15 10:00am - 10/18/15 5:00pm
Location: Henry Sheldon Museum, One Park Street, Middlebury
Sep
4
2015
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Oct
19
2015

Fantastic Wantastiquet

Fantastic Wantastiquet
Description:

A multi-disciplinary culture and arts festival (in formation) focusing creative energy and attention on the Fall Foliage period. First year's activities will be largely limited to scheduling, publication of an event guide, and selection of grantees to receive monetary gifts in support of their art -- both individuals and organizations. This is intended to develop into a permanent annual festival activity with inaugural gatherings, parades, keystone and culmination events, etc. We intend to leverage initial grant funding into charitable support and full involvement of the grantees and other interested parties in events and celebrations planning.
[Photo by William Hays; used with permission.]

Time: 9/4/15 4:00pm - 10/19/15 10:00pm
Location: Brattleboro, VT & Environs Incl. Cheshire & Windham Counties, Brattleboro
Sep
4
2015
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Oct
21
2015

Joined: Inspired Approaches to Vermont Contemporary Furniture and Wood Design

Joined: Inspired Approaches to Vermont Contemporary Furniture and Wood Design
Description:

The exhibit represents the work of 8 inventive and accomplished Vermont wood and furniture designers, one of whom also acted as curator: David Hurwitz. Exhibition dates are September 4-October 21, with a reception featuring brief explanatory talks and q&a with the artists on Friday, September 18, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Hurwitz's fellow artisans in this exhibit are equally accomplished and include David Boynton, Johns Congdon, Chris Ericson, Erin Hanley, Mario Messina, Sam Norris, and Tim Peters. All of the these artists met the curator's objective of showcasing artisans who create work that is "fresh and unique, mostly contemporary while utilizing different unusual details that make their work singular, and also possess superlative craftsmanship" The work in this exhibit ranges from tables and cabinetry to jewelry boxes and pendent lamps, each piece unique in design and materials. The artisans will be available at the reception on September 18th to explain the conception and process involved in each piece, as well as answering any questions concerning their craft. All are welcome.

Time: 9/4/15 9:30am - 10/21/15 5:30pm
Location: Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery, Shelburne
Jul
11
2015
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Oct
25
2015

18th Annual North Bennington Outdoor Sculpture Show

18th Annual North Bennington Outdoor Sculpture Show Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

18th Annual North Bennington Outdoor Sculpture Show opens on Saturday, July 11, 2015 with an opening party & reception from 4-8 PM at the North Bennington Outdoor Sculpture Park, 48 Main St adjacent to the Post Office and next to the new home of the Vermont Arts Exchange (VAE). We have 38 artists exhibiting this year - some local, some from surrounding states in New England, NY, NJ & PA - and also coming from Washington DC, NC, TN, & KS.
The sculptures will be sited at various locations around North Bennington and will be on view through October 25, 2015.
Come join the party and see some amazing work by a very talented group of sculptors!

The show will run through October 25, 2015.

Time: 7/11/15 4:00pm - 10/25/15 11:59pm
Location: North Bennington Outdoor Sculpture Park, 48 Main St & other locations throughout North Bennington, North Bennington
Jun
6
2015
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Oct
31
2015

Clay Class with Benjamin Davis

Clay Class with Benjamin Davis
Description:

The Clay Class is a weekly class in terra-cotta sculpture given by internationally exhibited artist Benjamin Davis every Saturday afternoon. Having studied at The Cooper Union in New York City Davis brings a cosmopolitan point of view to the weekly classes now in their fourth year. The class takes place at the Hermitage Gallery and studios that has established a reputation as a very inspiring place to work in a magnificent mountain setting. The studio has complete facilities for the execution of works in clay and marble with a large gas-fired kiln. Weekly discussions during the class encourage familiarity with the more than thirty thousand years of art history that we have inherited in the hope that this contact will inspire students to find their own direction in their work. Students include many art teachers and professional artists. There is a fee of $15 per class which includes clay. Firing is $5 per piece. For more information call 802-229-6297

Time: 6/6/15 2:00pm - 10/31/15 4:00pm
Location: 365 Eagle Ledge Road, Worcester
Jul
25
2015
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Oct
31
2015

Rich and Tasty: Vermont Furniture to 1850

Rich and Tasty: Vermont Furniture to 1850
Description:

Organized by Shelburne Museum, the exhibit will be on view at the Museum’s Pizzagalli Center for Art & Education from July 25 to November 1, 2015. The exhibition dramatically expands popular understanding of Vermont high style furniture. These examples reveal the exquisite craftsmanship of individual forms and will encourage a wider audience to learn about regional taste and economics that help define Vermont furniture’s stylistic features and unexpected aesthetic innovations in the early decades of the nineteenth century.

Approximately 40 documented pieces will be displayed, the majority of which have never been on view before. In addition to showcasing pieces from Shelburne Museum’s extensive permanent collection, public and private collections contributing pieces in the Northeast will include: the Vermont Historical Society, the Collection of the Woodstock Historical Society, Fleming Museum of Art, The University of Vermont, Historic Deerfield, Inc., the Collection of J. Brooks Buxton, the Collection of Norman and Mary Gronning, the Collection of the Fowler Family, and other private collections.

According to Museum Director Tom Denenberg, “Vermont furniture has long held a special place in the hearts of students of American decorative arts; it is idiosyncratic yet elegant and very much of this place. In fact, nineteenth-century Vermont proves to be the perfect microcosm to study regional furniture making. The creation of a communal aesthetic here was unique, persistent and made up of influences from near and far. This exhibition and catalogue will open eyes to the skills and innovative spirit of Vermont furniture makers and stand as the definitive reference for years to come.”

Time: 7/25/15 10:00am - 10/31/15 5:00pm
Location: Shelburne Museum, Shelburne
May
1
2015
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Oct
31
2015

Judy B. Dales: Ahead of the Curve

Judy B. Dales: Ahead of the Curve
Description:

The unique contemporary work of quilt artist Judy B. Dales of Greensboro, Vermont, is on view in Shelburne Museum’s Hat and Fragrance Gallery. The opening of the exhibition titled Judy B. Dales: Ahead of the Curve will coincide with the opening of Shelburne Museum’s grounds and gardens on May 1 and continue on view until October 31.

Dales, whose art is represented in the White House Collection of American Crafts in Washington D.C., is internationally acclaimed for her innovative use of curves, abstract designs, sensitive layering of textures, and sophisticated pairings of soft, pastel fabrics. Dale’s quilt “Dancing On The Dark Side of The Moon” (1997) was exhibited in the International Quilt Festival’s 100 Best Quilts of the 20th Century exhibition in 2000 and included in the book of the same name. Dales is currently working on an exhibition catalogue in conjunction with this exhibition.

The quilts featured in this exhibition were made during the last eighteen years and are inspired by Dales’ free-form sketches or the effects of moonlight on snowy landscapes. Her “palette is a subconscious celebration of femaleness, as well as a very conscious expression of feminism,” as she says in her artist statement and in her memoir. By embracing feminism and revitalizing the curved form in quilts, Dales continues to be ahead of the curve.

Image: "Lunar Reflections," by Judy B. Dales

Time: 5/1/15 10:00am - 10/31/15 5:00pm
Location: Shelburne Museum, Shelburne
Aug
14
2015
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Nov
1
2015

‘What EMMA Loves’: The new Compass exhibit

‘What EMMA Loves’: The new Compass exhibit Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

EMMA member Karen Seward titled one of her recent paintings, “For the Love of Painting”, which not only sums up the group’s upcoming exhibit, but also their purpose. EMMA, the East Mountain Mentoring Artists, exists to support the love of creating. The group of ten Rutland based artists exhibit what motivates them, what they love.

Exhibiting members include free-spirited painter Mary Crowley; figurative painter Christine Holzschuh; ordinary-into-extraordinary photographer Lowell Snowdon Klock; Ann McFarren, an oil and watercolor landscape painter; painter of stories Betsey Moakley; New England painter Rae Newell; wood sculptor and multimedia artist Alice Sciore; painter of light and color Karen Seward; traveling painter Heather Shay; and Christine Townsend, a painter and sculptor of animals.

An opening reception will be held on Friday, August 21 from 5-7pm.

Visit www.cmacvt.org for more information.

Location: Compass Music and Arts Center - 333 Jones Dr. Brandon, VT 05733, Brandon
Jul
3
2015
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Nov
2
2015

Grassroots Art: Inward Adorings of the Mind

Grassroots Art: Inward Adorings of the Mind Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Grassroots Art: Inward Adorings of the Mind brings together an eclectic selection of objects--ranging from textiles, ceramics and weathervanes to drawings, paintings and sculpture--created by individuals with little or no formal training in art and working outside the framework of the traditional art market. Drawing on the Bennington Museum's renowned collections of folk art, including the world's largest public collections of paintings by revered 20th- century folk artist "Grandma" Moses and Bennington Pottery, and the Blasdel/Koch collection of outsider art, including works by Jesse Howard, Mose Tolliver, and Joseph Yoakum, this exhibition highlights thematic continuities amongst artworks created by everyday people from the mid-eighteenth century to the present day.

On View July 3 through November 1
Open Daily June through October, 10 am to 5 pm

caption:
Stephen C. Warren
Memoryware Tower (detail)
Mixed media, West Hartford, Vermont, 1894

Location: Bennington Museum, Bennington
Sep
3
2015
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Nov
4
2015

Purely Pastels, Norma Rollet at Brandon Artists Guild

Purely Pastels, Norma Rollet at Brandon Artists Guild Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Purely Pastels Exhibit, Paintings by Norma Jean Rollet

Middlebury artist Norma Jean Rollet will be the featured artist at the Brandon Artists' Guild September 2nd through November 3rd with the opening reception on September 4th, from 5 pm to 7pm. Her platform, the exhilarating color and luminosity of soft pastels, has the purest form of color intensity. The pigments used in pastels are the same as those used to produce all colored art media, including oil paints. The color effect of pastels is closer to the natural dry color pigments than that of any other process and is made with permanent pigments. Pastel painting can endure unchanged for centuries and are not susceptible, as are paintings made with a fluid medium, to the cracking and discoloration that result from changes in the color, opacity, or dimensions of the medium as it dries.

Combined with all the possibilities of soft pastel medium and the classical realist style of her art, Norma's work has the depth and atmosphere usually reserved for oil paintings with extensive color blending and glazing techniques. But, soft pastels are her passion with plein air painting her preferred venue. She can be seen participating in many of the Vermont plein air events as well as set up on the side of the road creating her art. She uses as many as twenty layers of pastels crystals to produce her realistic and atmospheric painting, creating her signature luminosity in each finished piece.

Norma's work has appeared in numerous national juried shows including in 2015, The Pastel Society of American “Enduring Brillance”, the Degas Pastel Society 19th Member Exhibit and the Pastel Painters Society of Cape Code “For Pastels Only”. She has also won awards in the Vermont Pastel Society 2014 and 2015 juried exhibit.

No matter the location, Norma states, she “loves to choreograph colors, shapes and values into classical representational art. With the exquisite Vermont Landscape subject matter and ever changing lighting the possibilities are endless”. And she will always add, Solo Deo Gloria.

Location: Brandon Artists Guild, Brandon
May
23
2015
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Dec
20
2015

Small Works Show

Small Works Show
Description:

Fine art - 11 x 14 and smaller - is available for immediate purchase in this gallery beginning in May. Artwork is representational but not limited to a theme. Figurative, landscapes, cityscapes, wildlife and still-lifes by nationally recognized artists make up the show.

Time: 5/23/15 10:00am - 12/20/15 5:00pm
Location: Bennington Center for the Arts, Bennington
Aug
1
2015
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Dec
20
2015

Impressions of New England

Impressions of New England
Description:

This annual exhibition will include over 60 scenes captured in paint and bronze. Seashores, rolling hills, foliage and New England wildlife will be just some of the subjects in this sales exhibit.

Time: 8/1/15 10:00am - 12/20/15 5:00pm
Location: Bennington Center for the Arts, Bennington
Nov
4
2014
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Dec
29
2015

Poetry Clinic Drop-in - Adult/teens

Poetry Clinic Drop-in - Adult/teens
Description:

Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month, 6-8pm. $5.00 suggested donation

For those of you who use writing classes as a way to set aside special time for your writing practice: Here is an irresistible gift … a clinic to keep your pen and mind in motion. The first hour of the clinic will be devoted to generative poetry writing exercises; the second hour will be devoted to respectful critiques of work you bring to or make in class.

River Arts hosts workshops, readings, and clinics devoted to supporting the myriad voices living within the community and surrounding areas. Read on to see what’s been going on, about to happen, and join us!

Time: 11/4/14 6:00pm - 12/29/15 8:00pm
Location: River Arts - 74 Pleasant Street, Morrisville
Nov
4
2014
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Dec
29
2015

Open Studio Figure Drawing Drop-In

Open Studio Figure Drawing Drop-In
Description:

Tuesdays, 6-8:30pm.
$10.00 drop-in OR $90 punchcard for 10 classes (save $10)
open studio figure drawing imageThe Open Studio for Figure Drawing meets every Tuesday in the beautiful Robert C. Folley Performance Hall, located on the second floor of the River Arts Center. The group, which gathers from 6 – 8:30 p.m. invites and accommodates all levels of drawing/painting/sculpture backgrounds and expertise. The sessions feature a variety of approaches to working from the figure.

The open studio is open to the public for a small fee of $10 per session, and we encourage anyone interested in working from the figure to join us for a fun and creative evening.

Weekly Schedule: Cancelled Tuesday, November 25th!

1st Tuesday: One long pose with an artistically clothed/costumed model
2nd Tuesday: Traditional – Session begins with 10 – one minute poses, then the model assumes two 45 minute poses.
3rd Tuesday: One long pose
4th Tuesday: Traditional – Session begins with 10 – one minute poses, then the model assumes two 45 minute poses.

Time: 11/4/14 6:00pm - 12/29/15 8:30pm
Location: River Arts - 74 Pleasant Street, Morrisville
Jun
27
2015
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Dec
31
2015

Bob Hines: National Wildlife Artist

Bob Hines: National Wildlife Artist
Description:

The American Museum of Fly Fishing is proud to exhibit original artwork by former US Fish & Wildlife Artist Bob Hines, the only man to hold the title of National Wildlife Artist. Though lacking formal art training, Robert Warren Hines became the vehicle through which millions of citizens learned about their natural history. Hines became adept at capturing animals in motion in their natural habitat, every twist and turn expertly graced many wildlife stamps, illustrations, and other artwork. The AMFF will be exhibiting Bob Hines' fly fishing equipment, original artwork, and never-before-seen sketches. Not to be missed!

Time: 6/27/15 10:00am - 12/31/15 4:00pm
Location: American Museum of Fly Fishing, Manchester
Mar
17
2015
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Dec
31
2015

Granite from the He(ART) of Vermont

Granite from the He(ART) of Vermont Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Experience the stone art of Vermont through "Granite from the He(ART) of Vermont," new virtual arts trail that maps the stories of some of the most magnificent, curious, and unusual examples of stone art in Central Vermont. By following the online app, viewers will learn the tales behind Barre’s imposing granite statues. They will visit the Vermont History Center and other landmarks such as Studio Place Arts and the Old Labor Hall. Heading over to Montpelier, the map tells the story of Vermont’s granite State House, and Green Mount Cemetery with its striking “Chapel-Vault” and stairs carved into native stone.

Location: Various locations in Central Vermont, Barre
Jan
1
2015
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Dec
31
2015

Essex Art League Art Exhibits

Essex Art League Art Exhibits
Description:

Come feast your eyes on beautiful artwork created by Essex Art League members! Take in the beauty of oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, photography, pastels, and mixed media which are on display and for sale at the following locations: Phoenix Books, Essex Outlet Mall - The Essex Town Offices, Essex Junction, The Old Red Mill, Jericho, and an exciting new gallery space at the Unsworth Law Offices, 26 Railroad Avenue in Essex Junction. New work is rotated regularly, so you can enjoy many return visits!

Location: Multiple locations, Essex Junction
Sep
4
2015
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Aug
31
2017

Line Up - Vermont Sculpture

Line Up - Vermont Sculpture Vermont Arts 2015
Description:

Line Up - Vermont Sculpture, curated by the Helen Day Art Center

Includes

First Light by Ted Ceraldi
Rocco and Venatta II by Richard Erdman
Steel Line Drawing by Meg McDevitt
Double Nipple Zeppelin Form, Expanded Form #3, and Expanded Form #7 by Rodrigo Nava
and Voulez Vous by Judith Wrend

Location: Sculpture Garden - Vermont Arts Council, Montpelier