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Wearing Masks in Museums

Wearing Masks in Museums

Posted: July 20, 2020

First Personby Catherine Crawley On Saturday, July 11, I had the oxymoronic pleasure of enjoying art during a pandemic – a first-time experience, to be sure, and one I’m not entirely sure I wish to repeat, unless the experience can be pulled off as neatly as the one at the… Read More
Artists to Watch 2020

Artists to Watch 2020

Posted: June 14, 2020

Vermont Artists to Watch 2020 is now off the Gallery walls. Exhibition curator and Vermont Art Guide Editor Ric Kasini Kadour invited Vermont art professionals to answer the question: “Which Vermont artists are creating contemporary art that commands our attention?” Ten artists were selected from these responses. They are featured in Vermont… Read More
I AM Speaks for Itself

I AM Speaks for Itself

Posted: October 24, 2019

Twenty-five Vermont artists are represented in an exhibit titled I AM . . . , a display of work culminating the first year of the I am a Vermont Artist e-newsletter series. The online publication is built on a series of interviews and documents how artists' creative expressions reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age. Art in the resulting show varies widely; the muse for some is identity, for others, landscape. There are two-dimensional pieces as well as music and sound, spoken word, poetry, dance, and movement within a digital compilation. All carry two requests: You are invited just to see what is there, and to uncover what is underneath. Read More
I am a Vermont Artist: Misoo

I am a Vermont Artist: Misoo

Posted: February 2, 2019

Though born in the Bronx, Misoo spent most of her early years in Korea. At eighteen, she returned to the United States and began painting as a way to communicate her feelings.   Misoo graduated from Florida Atlantic University, receiving an MFA in painting in 2014. She lives in South Burlington… Read More