Tag: museums

Fall’s Regeneration at the Kent

Fall’s Regeneration at the Kent

Posted: October 8, 2020

First Person By Catherine Crawley It’s not fall without a visit to Kents Corners in Calais and the 19th century historic building, once a hotel and stagecoach stop, now known as the Kent Museum. ‘Tis the season for the museum’s annual art show, Art at the Kent, where visitors… Read More
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
Arts and Alpine Define the Winter Landscape

Arts and Alpine Define the Winter Landscape

Posted: November 4, 2016

As if stunning vistas and the joy of an exhilarating winter sport weren't enough, today's ski resorts and communities also offer a cultural immersion that is equal parts pride and pleasure. While Vermont's ski resorts are well known for après beer and cozy fireplaces, they're also exhibition halls for Vermont artists. Tastefully outfitted lodges and local après bands are just the beginning; a deeper look at the resorts' "Made in Vermont" vibe reveals mountains of art to be discovered. Skiers and riders come to Vermont for its legendary terrain; and for many, when the lifts stop, the arts begin. Read More