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Arts Calendar: Music in Southern Vermont

The Vermont Arts Calendar is statewide, crowdsourced, and embeddable. Listings are free and seen by thousands of people throughout and beyond Vermont. The calendar is on the Council's website, and is shared by the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing as well as Vermont Public Radio. Find virtual and in-person events of every kind, and search by event category, region, and date.

Due to the frequency of event cancellations during the COVID-19 crisis, we cannot guarantee that in person events listed in our calendar are current. Please confirm with the listed venue before attending.

Have you listed an event in our arts calendar that has since been cancelled due to COVID-19? Please email Desmond Peeples, Content Manager, at dpeeplesREMOVETHISBEFORESENDING@vermontartscouncil.org to update your listing.

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Saturday, October 24, 2020
Oct
24
2020

Music at the Museum presents: (re)Sounding

Music at the Museum presents: (re)Sounding

Music at the Museum is back with an outdoor performance celebrating the current exhibition, (re)Sounding, on view through December 31, 2020. The concert will take place in the Museum’s outdoor courtyard. Attendees are asked to please bring their own chairs, wear a face covering that covers the nose and mouth, and maintain appropriate social distance from other parties. For those who prefer not to attend in person, the performance will be live-streamed on the Museum Facebook page.

Artists, musicians, and co-curators of the exhibition Angus McCullough, Jake Nussbaum, and Adam Tinkle bring new life to old instruments. Each musical instrument in the Bennington Museum collection has its own unique story, but have remained silent for decades. McCullough, Nussbaum, and Tinkle work with the Museum’s curatorial staff to meet the instruments where they are, using their current state to generate new sounds. The exhibit explores the histories and traditional sounds of the instruments and provides opportunities to hear them brought back to life in new compositions.

For this performance, some of the instruments will be taken off of display to be played in a set of music by McCullough, Nussbaum, and Tinkle, collectively known as Seven Count. Hear the music of Seven Count, as well as other new compositions for these historic instruments, at: https://sevencount.bandcamp.com/album/re-sounding

Music at the Museum is presented to you at no charge, thanks to the support of Alison Nowak and Robert Cane.

10/24/20 11:00am - 12:30pm

75 Main Street, Bennington

Oct
24
2020

Vincent Herring Quartet: Celebrating Charlie Parker's Centennial

Vincent Herring Quartet: Celebrating Charlie Parker's Centennial

Livestream from the Vermont Jazz Center


Vincent Herring, one of the most highly regarded alto saxophonists in today’s jazz scene,performs with his working quartet in a tribute to jazz legend Charlie Parker.

The concert will be live streamed on the VJC’s website and Facebook page. The VJC is not taking reservations for this event – it will be performed live to a virtual audience.

Herring will be supported by the same musicians with whom he recorded his most recent album, Bird at 100: Dave Kikoski, piano; Yasushi Nakamura, bass; Carl Allen, drums.

The 70 minute concert will be followed by a short break and then a round-table discussion with the quartet.

Livestreaming for this event is cost-free and open to the public. Donations to the Vermont Jazz Center will be gratefully accepted.

https://vtjazz.org/upcoming-events/concerts/
https://www.facebook.com/VermontJazzCenter

The VJC is especially grateful to this concert’s anonymous sponsor:
A Friend of VJC Educational Programs.


Publicity is underwritten by The Commons, The Brattleboro Reformer, WVPR, WVEW, WNPR, NEPR and WFCR.

https://www.facebook.com/events/2844225099140032?active_tab=about

10/24/20 8:00pm - 10:00pm

LIvestream at vtjazz.org and facebook, Brattleboro

Sunday, October 25, 2020
Oct
25
2020

All-Ages Hallowe'en Jamboree!

All-Ages Hallowe'en Jamboree!

The Lovelight's Theatre Troupe is ready to bring you a quaint old-fashioned Halloween play in our socially-distanced Backlot Cinema! See the witches dance and hear the ghosts sing! Any children who come dressed as witches or ghosts may join if they dare! DJ Sparkles spins spooky vinyl, there will be a costume photo booth & local seasonal treats! Every ticket includes a pumpkin to decorate, locally-sourced seasonal treats and entry into a costume contest for local gift certificates.

10/25/20 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Epsilon Spires, 190 Main Street, Brattleboro

Oct
25
2020

Join the Brattleboro Women's Chorus in their first 25th Anniversary virtual celebration!

Join the Brattleboro Women's Chorus in their first 25th Anniversary virtual celebration!

On Sunday, October 25 from 4-5 pm, the Brattleboro Women's Chorus will host our first 25th Anniversary virtual celebration (more will follow).

Our founder and musical director, Becky Graber, will be joined by guest director Elizabeth Melvin, who leads "Rise Up and Sing," an online version of the Freedom Choir in Maryland. Join us on Zoom to learn and sing along with spirit-lifting songs of hope, resilience and love. This event is open to anyone who would like to join for a small donation (free to chorus members currently registered for fall). Donations between $10-$25 are much appreciated to cover our costs. Please note: Eventbrite does charge a small fee for donations.

10/25/20 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Online via Zoom, Brattleboro

Saturday, May 1, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Sunday, May 2, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Monday, May 3, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Tuesday, May 4, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Wednesday, May 5, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Thursday, May 6, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Friday, May 7, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Saturday, May 8, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Sunday, May 9, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Monday, May 10, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Tuesday, May 11, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Wednesday, May 12, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Thursday, May 13, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Friday, May 14, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Saturday, May 15, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Sunday, May 16, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Monday, May 17, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Tuesday, May 18, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Wednesday, May 19, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Thursday, May 20, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro

Friday, May 21, 2021
May
1
2021
– THRU –
May
31
2021

"I AM..." 2021: A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

"I AM..." 2021:  A Statewide Exhibition Coming to Southern Vermont!

This event was originally scheduled for spring 2020 and has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 emergency.

MORE ABOUT "I AM..."
*More details of events associated with the opening along with a list of artists will be updated on the "I AM..." Exhibition FB Event page.


"I AM . . ." originally debuted at the Vermont Arts Council’s Spotlight Gallery, is coming to Southern Vermont in May 2021! The exhibition, to be held at 118 Elliot and C. X. Silver Gallery—both located in Brattleboro—will encompass artists from around the state featuring two-dimensional and multi-media works from artists across a diverse range.

This exhibition’s appearance in Southern Vermont is ideal given an enduring legacy of inspiration, creativity, and artistic culture here. Home to Lucy Terry Prince, a freed, landowning poet and orator who was America’s first known African American poet; leading 19th Century painter William Morris Hunt; home of Storyteller and poet—Daisy Turner—born and raised within the Southern Vermont region. Turner, the daughter of Alexander Turner who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.

The list of names is endless, especially in other parts of Vermont. How does this legacy of creativity and inspiration connect to what it means to be a Vermont artist today? Nationally there has been discourse matched with action to disrupt assumptions about who creates, who engages in the field of creativity. Within our own state, there is still work to be done to expand the definition of the Vermont artist. The Vermont Arts Council has entered the dialogue through its I Am A Vermont Artist e-series of interviews. The series, started in January 2019, highlights artists whose creative expressions expand our thinking and reflect their experiences of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, or age.

This unique and special exhibition is not to be missed and is being planned in partnership with the Vermont Arts Council, 118 Elliot, C.X. Silver Gallery, and artist, writer, photographer, Shanta Lee Gander (as curator).

118 Elliot (118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT) and C.X. Silver Gallery (814 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT), Brattleboro