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I am a Vermont Artist: Toby MacNutt

I am a Vermont Artist: Toby MacNutt

Posted: March 2, 2019

“I’m a queer, nonbinary-trans, disabled, multidisciplinary artist, author, and teacher”  just begins to describe who Toby is as an artist and a person. They constantly work to expand access to creativity for all and to push the bounds of how we view the arts, our world, and each other. Toby… Read More
I am a Vermont Artist: Isadora Snapp

I am a Vermont Artist: Isadora Snapp

Posted: January 21, 2019

Unappealing legwear almost changed the course of Isadora Snapp’s life. When she was first exposed to dance at age four “the pink tights and leotards turned me off the idea entirely.” In fifth grade Isadora reconsidered. She’s been dancing ever since.   Isadora teaches at the Contemporary Dance and Fitness Studio (where… Read More
Absorbing “ANIMAL”

Absorbing “ANIMAL”

Posted: April 16, 2015

Hanna Satterlee seemed calm at the North Branch café. The dancer/choreographer’s choice of tea was cooling: half mint, half lemon, iced. As we began talking, she mentioned her tendency to speak in a monotone voice. I wondered how she stayed so even overall; the final rehearsal for “ANIMAL” was the next day and her schedule is full, but it didn’t show in her demeanor. Read More