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May
1
2016

Birdcode (Jazz Quartet)

Birdcode (Jazz Quartet)
Description:

Birdcode is Amber deLaurentis, vocals, Tom Cleary, piano, John Rivers, bass, and Caleb Bronz, drums. This vocally-driven, collaborative quartet brings a fresh, improvisational approach to interpreting the music of Billy Strayhorn, Prince, Jerome Kern, The Beatles, Hermeto Pascoal, Antonio Carlos Jobim and many others. Original compositions and original arrangements of traditional folk melodies are also part of the group’s repertoire. The group’s name implies that human music, like birdsong, is a language that can have beauty both when its meaning is deciphered and when it remains essentially mysterious. Birdcode balances tradition with innovation, composition with improvisation, and monologue withconversation.

Visit the band website at: https://www.reverbnation.com/birdcode

Amber deLaurentis teaches jazz voice and leads the UVM Jazz Vocal Ensemble; Tom Cleary teaches jazz piano and leads the Tuesday Jazz Combo; and John Rivers teaches jazz bass.

Free and open to the public.

Time: 5/1/16 2:00pm
Location: University of Vermont Music Recital Hall, 384 So Prospect St, Burlington, Burlington
May
1
2016

VYO Spring Concert 2016

VYO Spring Concert 2016 Vermont Arts 2016
Time: 5/1/16 3:00pm
Location: Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Burlington
May
1
2016

Heliand Consort performs Canons, Trios & Songs

Heliand Consort performs Canons, Trios & Songs
Description:

Heliand Consort performs two programs for woodwind trio to celebrate springtime in Vermont. The concerts will be held in the hometowns of the trio members, in St. Albans and Lyndon. Each performance features special guest performers. The Rebahs will offer a set of vocal trios in St. Albans, and Matthew Elliott will sing with the Consort on May 1st in Lyndon.

“We wanted to put together a program of comfort music: music we really love, that’s fun to play, and to listen to,” said Katie Oprea, oboist and member of Heliand Consort who grew up in St. Albans.

The program is “short and sweet”, says Oprea. It lasts less than an hour, and children are welcome to attend and ‘try out’ a concert. “We hope to put parents at ease. We don’t mind some noise and movement as children give live classical music a try.”

Oboist Katie Oprea, clarinetist Elisabeth LeBlanc and bassoonist Rachael Elliott perform short solos, duets and trios, including music of Bach, Telemann, Haydn, and two Australians, Ross Edwards and Padma Newsome. Also included in the mix will be several songs and canons (or rounds) for springtime from around the world: England, Shetland, Germany, Australia, and an arrangement by Vermont composer, Dennis Báthory-Kitsz.

Performances are on Saturday, April 30 at 7:30 pm at the First Congregational Church in St. Albans and Sunday, May 1 at 3 pm at the York Street Meeting House (formerly the Congregational Church) in Lyndon Corner. Admission is by donation.

Time: 5/1/16 3:00pm
Location: York Street Meeting House, Lyndon
Nov
21
2015
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May
1
2016

Birds of a Feather: Shelburne Museum's Decoy Collection

Birds of a Feather: Shelburne Museum's Decoy Collection Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

Explore the illusory and deadly beauty of American wildfowl decoys in Birds of a Feather: Shelburne Museum’s Decoy Collection, on view in the Pizzagalli Center for Art and Education.

Culled from the Museum’s renowned collection, the eighty decoys featured in the exhibition represent the work of master artisans, including: A. Elmer Crowell, Charles “Shang” Wheeler, Albert Laing, and Lemuel T. and Samuel Ward. The exhibition will feature thirteen different bird species ranging from black ducks and Canada geese, to swans, herons and shorebirds.

Operating under the principle that “birds of a feather flock together,” decoys are designed by hunters to lure game birds into gunning range by physically mimicking waterfowl in safe waters. Carvers of decoys are often also hunters, but no less naturalists and admirers of the beauty and diversity of their prey.

Location: Shelburne Museum, Shelburne
Mar
4
2016
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May
5
2016

Out on a Limb: Brandon Artists Guild Member Show

Out on a Limb: Brandon Artists Guild Member Show Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

There is nothing that compares with the unique spirit and sculptural form of a tree. The members of the Brandon Artists Guild are proud to present “Out on a Limb”, reflecting the personal style and media of each artist.

“The moon was so bright, and there were many bands of varying shades of yellow all around it, glowing thru the trees”, said artist Joan Drew about her watercolor painting, “Moon Glow”.

Judith Reilly, known for her intricate stitched fine art, has created an optically illusionary piece called “Limbs”, with “multi-colored threads sown in a tight, squiggly manner…when you step back, you see that what remains black are human figures pressed together and reaching out to form a tree, a tree created by ‘limbs’ “.

Robin Kent, in creating her large large assemblage, “Tree of Life”, said, “I was trying to mimic what nature suggests, through trial and error”. It tells the story of a lumber jack who changed his mind when “after close inspection, saw its beauty and thought differently. Such is life.”

Warren Kimble has created a large sculptural wall piece, “Tree”, measuring 4 feet high. It is a debut of a new contemporary style, with a free form shape and textured acrylic.

The show will hang through May 3rd.

Time: 3/4/16 10:00am - 5/5/16 5:00pm
Location: Brandon Artists Guild, Brandon
Apr
28
2016
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May
7
2016

A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum

A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum
Description:

A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum is a non-stop laugh-fest in which Pseudolus, a crafty slave, struggles to win the hand of a beautiful but slow-witted courtesan named Philia, for his young master, Hero, in exchange for freedom. The plot twists and turns with cases of mistaken identity, slamming doors, and a showgirl or two. Presented by Middlebury Community Players.

April 28, 29, 30 and May 5, 6, 7, at 8 pm
May 1, 7 at 2 pm
$15 Thursdays
$23 adults/$18 students with ID for all other shows
ASL interpreters will be present on the May 1 matinee at 2 pm

Time: 4/28/16 7:30pm - 5/7/16 10:00pm
Location: Town Hall Theater, Middlebury
Apr
20
2016
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May
8
2016

Vermont Stage's Production of I and You

Vermont Stage's Production of I and You Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

I AND YOU playing April 20–May 8, 2016
Wednesday thru Saturday 7:30PM and Sunday at 2:00PM, and a 2:00PM matinee on Saturday, April 23, 2016

Written by Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Cathy Hurst

Handsome, athletic, Anthony arrives unexpectedly at Caroline's door bearing a beat-up copy of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass and an urgent assignment from their English teacher due tomorrow. Anthony convinces Caroline to help him transform his presentation on Whitman into something beautiful but in the process they uncover the profound mystery that has actually brought them together.

Cast
Victoria Fearn as Caroline
Jabari Matthew as Anthony

Time: 4/20/16 7:30pm - 5/8/16 11:59pm
Location: FlynnSpace, Burlington
Apr
21
2016
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May
8
2016

Hairspray

Hairspray Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

You can't stop the beat in this big and bold musical about one girl's inspiring dream to dance. Winner of 8 TONY Awards including Best Musical! Family-friendly musical comedy set in Baltimore, 1962 – piled bouffant-high with laughter, romance, and deliriously tuneful, soulful songs and also dealing with issues of justice and acceptance.

Location: Lost Nation Theater, Montpelier
Apr
20
2016
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May
8
2016

Northern Stage presents Living Together

Northern Stage presents Living Together Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

An hysterical and often poignant romp through one day in the lives of some excruciatingly unhappy thirty-somethings in England. Norman, a librarian with unruly hair and even more unruly manners, arrives at a country house for a “dirty weekend” with the downtrodden Annie, who for years has been trapped taking care of her mother in a big Victorian house in the country. Without revealing her real plans, Annie has enlisted her brother, Reg, and his wife, Sarah, to look after the tyrannical Mum.

Tuesday - Saturday evenings at 7:30 PM
Sunday evenings at 5:00 PM
Thursday & Saturday Matinees at 2:00 PM

Tickets: $15 - $55

For tickets, call 802-296-7000 or visit www.northernstage.org

The Norman Conquests is a brilliant comic trilogy telling the same story from the point of view of three different rooms: Living Together follows the romp in the living room; Table Manners times perfectly to show what happens in the dining room, and Round and Round the Garden depicts desperately funny activities in the garden. Each play stands completely on its own, but together, they are a triumph of theatrical imagination. Northern Stage, Weston Playhouse, and Dorset Theatre Festival are teaming up in an historical Vermont collaboration to present all three plays between April and July 2016. We encourage audience members to travel with us to all three theaters to see the full trilogy for an unmatched theatrical experience.

For more information about Dorset Theatre Festival and Table Manners visit www.dorsettheatrefestival.org
For more information about Weston Playhouse and Round and Round the Garden visit www.westonplayhouse.org

Time: 4/20/16 7:30pm - 5/8/16 11:59pm
Location: The Barrette Center for the Arts - 74 Gates Street, White River Junction
Mar
15
2016
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May
21
2016

The Curious Cousins of Vermont Outsider Artist Gayleen Aiken exhibit at Henry Sheldon Museum

The Curious Cousins of Vermont Outsider Artist Gayleen Aiken exhibit at Henry Sheldon Museum Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

The Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History of Middlebury presents the exhibit The Curious Cousins of Vermont Outsider Artist Gayleen Aiken. Aiken (1934–2005), is recognized as an idiosyncratic 20th century folk and outsider artist by the American Folk Art Museum in New York City, the Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland, and the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum in Williamsburg, Virginia, and the American Art Museum of the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. The Henry Sheldon Museum is pleased to present a concentrated portion of her prolific artistic output devoted to her imaginary Raimbilli family cousins.

As a small child in Barre, Vermont, Gayleen Aiken created a family of fictional cousins, with the last name of Raimbilli. She invented such first names for her cousins as Leoallani, Scampi, Chioldio, and Bimbaum. Gayleen told stories and envisioned hobbies for each one. The cousins are illustrated in oil and mixed media paintings and drawings, many with descriptive writings penned on the bottom or in a corner of the canvas. She also created life-sized card board cutouts of the cousins, colorfully painted and attired. The cutout cousins – which number 24, each individually named by Gayleen, have rarely been seen together, and are a highlight of the exhibit. Equally important to her are the settings in which she chose to include the cousins – musicals, meals, fields, and Barre’s granite sheds. The exhibit shows over a dozen of Gayleen’s drawings and paintings, with fine renditions of vernacular architecture of Barre. The art in the exhibit is on loan from Grass Roots Art and Community Effort (G.R.A.C.E.) in Hardwick, Vermont and a private collection.

Her work has been subject of articles in Smithsonian Magazine and the New York Times, a 1997 fictional biography Moonlight and Music: The Enchanted World of Gayleen Aiken by Rachel Klein, and the 1984 documentary film Gayleen by Jay Craven. The film features her multiple creative talents. As a musician, she played the harmonica, the xylophone, the drums, the piano, the organ, and she sang. Her paintings and writings create a pretend music camp.

A February 2013 art review in the New York Times describes her art as “Carefully detailed and quirkily annotated pencil and crayon drawings of musical instruments, rural homes in zooming perspective and the inner workings of a granite gravestone company, whose raw material comes from nearby quarries, exude infectious curiosity about the world around her. There is much commotion in her works.”

Jay Craven will present a gallery talk about the film and Gayleen in early May. Executive Director Bill Brooks will present Gallery Talks on the exhibit on Wednesdays April 20 and May 4 at noon. Refer to the Sheldon’s website for details.

Time: 3/15/16 10:00am - 5/21/16 5:00pm
Location: Henry Sheldon Museum, Middlebury
Apr
21
2016
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May
29
2016

Lauren Pollaro: Color & Construct

Lauren Pollaro: Color & Construct Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

Mitchell • Giddings Fine Arts is pleased to present Color & Construct an exhibit featuring the mixed media assemblages of Lauren Pollaro. This show opens with a reception Thursday, April 21, at 7pm and continues through May 29. An Artist Talk is scheduled for Saturday, May 14 at 5pm.

With a career as a jewelry artist for over 20 years, Lauren honed her technical skills and fulfilled interests in new techniques through courses, workshops, and experimenting in her studio. Her work has been featured in publications such as Jewelry Artist Magazine, Niche Magazine, Artscope Magazine and the Boston Globe as well as the book Art Jewelry Today 3.

The mixed-media, assembled wall sculpture of Lauren Pollaro have evolved from her jewelry designs. As with her jewelry, a harmonious relationship is created by exploring the combinations of color, texture, and form. However, in these magnified pieces there is liberation. There are larger fields of color, patterns are bold, texture is tactile and metal forms reach out from the surface. In addition, Lauren has the freedom to be more experimental with materials as wearability is not a concern as with jewelry. These pieces are more sculpture than painting as they are multi-layered and dimensional.

Her larger-scale work continues to evolve. According to the artist, “My recent works are about exploring visual space, moving through this space and arriving at a destination. This “journey” takes place on two levels: the visual but also the emotional level; moving through emotion by arriving at a place of contentment or alternatively, a place of letting go. . . The joy in making my work comes from the process; the exploration of materials, experimenting with color and/or textural combinations and the spontaneity of working in this way.“

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: 4/21/16 5:00pm - 5/29/16 11:59pm
Location: 183 Main Street, Brattleboro
Apr
1
2016
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May
30
2016

Judith Reilly – "The Girl with the Purple Hair" – A Retrospective

Judith Reilly – "The Girl with the Purple Hair" – A Retrospective Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

Judith Reilly’s intuition has guided her on many side trips along the way from beginning as a traditional quilt maker to becoming an independent, whimsical, and sometimes thought-provoking multi-media artist. This retrospective exhibit presents Judith’s work as she has seen it develop through each chapter and side road and as it relates to the ‘Twelve Life Lessons for Creativity’ which evolved through reflection of her own artistic journey. The exhibit runs through May 30. An opening reception will be held on Friday, April 1 from 5:00-7:30pm and Judith will give a Gallery Talk on Sunday, May 1 at 3:00pm.

Time: 4/1/16 10:00am - 5/30/16 5:00pm
Location: Compass Music and Arts Center - 333 Jones Dr. Brandon, VT 05733, Brandon
Jan
23
2016
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May
30
2016

32 Degrees: The Art of Winter

32 Degrees: The Art of Winter Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

32 Degrees: The Art of Winter features winter inspired works of art in an array of mediums, from the late-nineteenth century to present day. Artworks ranging from Claude Monet’s Grainstacks, to contemporary photography, sound pieces, digital art, games and ephemeral sculptures will be located both inside the gallery space and on the Museum grounds.

This multifaceted, interactive exhibition provides visitors with the opportunity to explore and experience the complexities of snow and ice. The exhibit embraces the dialogue between fine art, decorative art, and digital art, challenging visitors to rethink their perceptions of the seemingly simple matters. Curator Carolyn Bauer actively sought out international and contemporary artists while digging deep into the rich collections of Shelburne Museum to explore the themes of aesthetics, ephemerality, nostalgia, and climate change.

Location: Shelburne Museum, Shelburne
Mar
31
2016
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May
31
2016

Shedding Light on the Working Forest

Shedding Light on the Working Forest
Description:

SHEDDING LIGHT ON THE WORKING FOREST: a traveling exhibition of visual art by Kathleen Kolb and poetry by Verandah Porche, gathered from the workers portrayed.

This project celebrates the landscape of the working forest and the voices of those who have honed skills into a livelihood there. Shedding Light draws on the artistic friendship of a painter and a poet who are committed to subjects that have been largely overlooked by the arts.

Location: Vermont Folklife Center, Middlebury
Mar
19
2016
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Jun
13
2016

Wishing for the Moon - Recent Scratchboard Drawings by Karen Gaudette

Wishing for the Moon - Recent Scratchboard Drawings by Karen Gaudette Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

Wishing for the Moon is a series of fourteen scratchboard drawings that metaphorically reflect a middle-aged woman’s journey to find true love. The artist, Karen Gaudette, bravely takes cues from her life and turns them into a visual fairy tale. She represents herself through characters such as the mermaid, the heron, and the bather, and portrays male personalities and others as animal/human hybrids in symbolic clothing. Each of Gaudette’s skillfully drawn images can be taken as a story in itself; combined, they create a tableau offer a richer narrative.

Time: 3/19/16 11:30am - 6/13/16 5:00pm
Location: Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Brattleboro
Mar
19
2016
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Jun
13
2016

Spring Exhibits

Spring Exhibits Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

Wishing for the Moon: Karen Gaudette
Visions from the Edge: An Exploration of Outsider Art
Are You Here? by Jonathan Gitelson
flow-MOTION: Michael Sacca
Contemporary Artists vs. The Masters: Homage, Battle, Reclamation

Location: Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Brattleboro
Mar
26
2016
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Jun
15
2016

3D Digital: Here and Now

3D Digital: Here and Now
Description:

Who knew that the quintessential New England town of Bennington, VT was a hub of digital design and technology? Over the last fifteen years, there has been a profound transformation taking place in the way things are made, all across the world, and here in Bennington too. Artists, including Jon Isherwood, Willard Boepple, and Karolina Kawiaka have been exploiting the potential of new technologies to push material practice, while commercial design and manufacturing firms such Nahanco, Plasan NA, and Kaman Composites have been making products ranging from clothes hangers to cancer treatment beds all used quite literally around the world. Explore the unique works on view in 3D Digital: Here and Now, March 26 through June 15 at the Bennington Museum.

The phenomenon of 3D digital design and fabrication in the Bennington area has been driven by a number of factors: the role of Bennington College in training students and initiating projects through its research and curriculum; the long-standing history of manufacturing in the region and the more recent development of small-scaled shops doing highly specialized work; and the strong art community in the area, anchored by the Bennington Museum. The reciprocal influence of artists, designers, and manufacturers has expanded Bennington’s capacity to be a center of innovation in the field. The intersection of advanced practitioners in artmaking, design, engineering, and materials has resulted in projects ranging from a sculpture for the United States Embassy in Oslo, Norway, to the Z® chair by Giovanni Pagnotta, an icon of contemporary design. In addition, a number of artists, architects and designers who started their work in Bennington have gone on to create innovative forms elsewhere, including Guvenc Özel, an alumnus of Bennington College who created NASA 3D Printed Habitat (housing on Mars) in collaboration with experts from UCLA Department of Engineering and Material Science. The competition entry for NASA and AmericaMakes 3D Printed Habitat challenge was among the top honored in more than 160 international entries.

Heather Dewey-Hagborg, a 2003 graduate of Bennington College, created masks for her project entitled Stranger Visions. Each unique mask is created from discarded DNA found in the streets and subways of New York. Using custom software and a 3D printer, she creates unsettling, lifelike portraits of anonymous strangers from the evidence left behind. Taking technology in a different direction is Karolina Kawiaka, an instructor of architectural design and sustainable design, drawing and digital drawing at Dartmouth College for almost 20 years. Translating topography into 3D modeling software, her sink entitled “Land where I was born” is based upon a topographic map of a valley in Westminster West, Vermont, including beaver ponds, where Kawiaka was born. It is milled from a laminated block of Vermont maple with a CNC router and hand finished.

Collaborations and connections have pushed technological and design practice to extraordinary places, and Bennington’s role as the locus of a groundswell of such innovation has gone, as it were, under the radar. 3D Digital Here and Now brings to light the role of the makers and the technology they use who are putting Bennington on the map by expanding the possibilities of 3D design technology on a global stage. It includes the uses of tools and techniques like computer-assisted design (CAD) programs, CNC milling, laser cutting, 3D printing, and even digital 3D weaving give amazing new possibilities for conceiving and making shapes never possible before, for using novel materials, for rapid prototyping, for speed and precision in fabrication, for making relatively small numbers of things without the high cost of creating molds, and for keeping an almost infinite number of designs in a catalog, without having to hold any inventory.

“I’m excited about this winter’s show as I have been about no other. And it’s going to be a show like no other at Bennington Museum, bringing together art, design, technology, and manufacturing. These are all things that Bennington has been famous for over the years, but usually not brought together in one exhibition.” states Robert Wolterstorff, executive director of the Bennington Museum.

In collaboration, Bennington College and Bennington Museum are putting local innovation on view with the goal of inspiring more young entrepreneurs to put down roots in Bennington, and advance economic development in the region. 3D Digital Here and Now is on view from March 26 through June 15. This exhibition is supported by Abacus Automation and Global Z, both of Bennington.

Time: 3/26/16 10:00am - 6/15/16 5:00pm
Location: Bennington Museum, Bennington
Apr
16
2016
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Jun
25
2016

Who Turned On The Light

Who Turned On The Light
Description:

Who Turned On the Light; Spring Show at White River Gallery

The next seasonal show at White River Gallery at BALE in South Royalton is entitled “Who Turned On The Light,” featuring the abstract oil paintings of James Vogler. This new exhibit of light and color, curated by Dian Parker, celebrates the joy and delight of spring with soft, yet energetic, whimsical paintings.

After receiving his Masters in painting, Vogler worked for 9 years as an art installer for the Metropolitan
Museum of Art in New York, continuing to develop his style of color field abstraction. Today he lives and paints in Charlotte.

White River Gallery at BALE
35 S. Windsor St.
South Royalton, VT 05068
802.498.8438
www.balevt.org
Monday-Friday, 10-4, or by appointment: dianparker9@gmail.com

Time: 4/16/16 4:00pm - 6/25/16 11:59pm
Location: White River Gallery, South Royalton
Apr
2
2016
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Jun
26
2016

Flight: Exploration in Movement, Migration, and Freedom

Flight: Exploration in Movement, Migration, and Freedom Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

West Branch Gallery and Sculpture Park will host a collaborative, gallery-wide juried exhibition of artworks by gallery artists, local students, and notable Syrian artists interpreting the concept of “Flight” as it relates to ideas of freedom of expression, pilgrimage, and spontaneous exploration, opening April 2nd, 2016.

In the context of this exhibition, the consideration of flight can translate as simply as birds as the subject matter or more broadly into an abstract painter’s representation of joyous movement, of airborne thought. Flight could also be concerned with the migration of hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees. There is no one valid interpretation.

Opening Reception Saturday, April 2, 6 - 8 pm

Time: 4/2/16 10:00am - 6/26/16 5:00pm
Location: West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park, Stowe
Apr
5
2016
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Jul
5
2016

Works by Richard Coyne at The Bridge Resort Gallery

Works by Richard Coyne at The Bridge Resort Gallery
Description:

When Richard Coyne came to the Vermont Festival of the Arts’ Plein Air Paint-Out last summer, he stayed a few extra days to paint some more. See his lovely oil landscape paintings on display in the lobby of The Bridges Resort Fitness Center through July 5, 2016. Open daily until 10 pm. Free admission to view the paintings. The Bridges Resort Gallery is curated by Valley Arts.

Time: 4/5/16 7:00am - 7/5/16 10:00pm
Location: 202 Bridges Circle, Waitsfield
Nov
14
2015
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Dec
31
2016

Nye Ffarrabas: a walk on the inside - 50-year retrospective

Nye Ffarrabas: a walk on the inside - 50-year retrospective Vermont Arts 2016
Description:

The gallery is open by appointment daily, year round, calling in advance 802-257-7898 is recommended or email to info@cxsilvergallery.com (visits at other times of the day are also possible by prior arrangement for some days). Nye’s work transcends neat categorization and even pushes the boundaries of conventional definitions of ‘art’ with her event scores (instructions for participants in group and solo improvisation settings), poetry, the visual arts, wall pieces, drawings, text-based art, installations, found-object artifacts and sculpture, and photographic documentation of her performances and happenings. A monograph on Nye's work is available and can be previewed at magcloud.com/browse/issue/756374.

Location: C.X. Silver Gallery, Brattleboro
Sep
4
2015
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Aug
31
2017

Line Up - Vermont Sculpture

Line Up - Vermont Sculpture Vermont Arts 2016
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