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Arts Calendar: Visual Arts in Statewide

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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Region

Category

Monday, January 18, 2021
Jan
18
2021

A Day Of Art In Honor Of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

A Day Of Art In Honor Of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Instructors: Susan White and Maria French
Date: Monday, January 18, 2021
Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Cost: $10

Though SVAC is usually closed on Mondays, we are open for children in honor of Dr. King.

Two beloved local artists welcome children in grades K – 3 for a variety of art activities. Susan White leads the morning, and Maria French takes the afternoon. If it’s necessary to switch to an online format, SVAC will contact registered families to discuss options.

The cost of this workshop is underwritten by a community member in support of SVAC’s efforts to teach the legacy of Dr. King. The listed fee helps cover materials.

Please register early–enrollment limited by safety guidelines. COVID protocols in place. Early drop-off and late pick-up may be possible. Scholarships available. Please contact Erin for more information: 802.367.1306 or ekaufman@svac.org

1/18/21 9:00am - 4:00pm

Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester

Jan
18
2021

Virtual Visiting Artist Talk: Lucy Pullen

Virtual Visiting Artist Talk: Lucy Pullen

Lucy Pullen will do an artist talk via zoom.

This event is free and open to the public. Please register in advance to secure your spot as a private Zoom link will be provided prior to the start of the event.

Lucy Pullen is a Canadian artist based in New York. Her work has been exhibited widely, in solo and group exhibitions, across Canada and the US. Pullen holds degrees from the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design (BFA, 1994) and Tyler School of Art, Temple University, (MFA, 2001) and is formerly an Assistant Professor at the University of Victoria in Canada. Current work includes spatial analysis and interdisciplinary collaboration artists, scientists and architects.

1/18/21 7:00pm - 8:00pm

online, Johnson

Jan
4
2021
– THRU –
Jan
25
2021

Virtual Class – Into The Dark: Drawing Shadows, Online With Susan Weiss

Virtual Class – Into The Dark: Drawing Shadows, Online With Susan Weiss

Four Monday afternoons in January–via Zoom

In this class we will explore the various types of shadows that are important in creating a drawing as well as the light source that creates the shadows. We will study different techniques to create shadows and shadow shapes and how to create mood with shadows. Drawings will include the interior still life, outdoor landscapes and architecture. All levels of experience are welcome. A suggested materials list is below, and house-found materials are also an option. Please contact Erin at SVAC if you have questions about supplies or any other aspect of the class. The class is open to teens with parent/guardian permission. Limited scholarships are available.

Suggested Materials for “Into the Dark:”
Strathmore 400 Series Bristol Drawing Paper. 14”x11”
Set of graphite drawing pencils
Sakura Pigma Micron Permanent Ink Pens
Kneaded eraser
Colored pencils
Charcoal – pencils, vine, and/or condensed
Set of colored pencils
Watercolor set and brushes
Watercolor paper pad
Pastels – chalk, pencils or crayons

To register by email or phone please contact Erin Kaufman at ekaufman@svac.org or 802-367-1306.

More about Susan: www.susanweissart.com

1/4/21 4:00pm - 1/25/21 5:30pm

Virtual, Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester

Jan
8
2021
– THRU –
Jan
31
2021

Ned Richardson : untitled [recent work]

Ned Richardson : untitled [recent work]

The Front is pleased to present its fourth solo show, untitled [recent work], by Ned Richardson. A Front member since 2018, Richardson has been exploring the connections between digital and natural worlds through a variety of methods and media, from intuitive analog ink drawings to glass layered collaborations with deep learning systems. The name of the show follows Richardson’s convention for naming his works – all are untitled, with some identifier in brackets. The stories and interpretations are to be generated by the viewer.

untitled [recent work] runs January 8th through January 31st. Join gallery members and the artist for a limited occupancy opening reception Friday, November 8th, 4:00-7:00 PM. The Front is open Saturdays and Sundays 11-2 or by appointment. Join us for Ned’s artist talk via Zoom on Tuesday, January 19th at 7 PM: email info@thefrontvt.com for the link.

Friday January 8th through Sunday January 31st
Opening 4-7 PM Friday January 8th
Zoom Artist Talk Tuesday January 19th at 7 PM
Open Hours: Saturday-Sunday 11-2, or by happenstance or appointment
The Front: 6 Barre St. Montpelier VT info@thefrontvt.com (802) 552-0877

1/8/21 4:00pm - 1/31/21 2:00pm

The Front, Montpelier

Jan
3
2021
– THRU –
Apr
1
2021

"The Biodegradable Series: Connected, Distanced, Changed, and Impermanent" Outdoor Art Show by Anne Cummings EcoArtist

"The Biodegradable Series: Connected, Distanced, Changed, and Impermanent" Outdoor Art Show by Anne Cummings EcoArtist

This art exhibition will be installed outdoors in front of the Westford Common Hall, in Westford, VT, allowing visitors to view art without entering an indoor space, thereby being able to physically distance, and allowing the art to show the effects of the Vermont winter environment by slowly going through a decomposing process throughout the duration of the exhibition.

1/3/21 5:00pm - 4/1/21 5:00pm

Westford Common Hall (formerly United Church of Westford), Rt. 128 and Brookside Rd., Westford

Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Jan
19
2021

Behind The Mask: Meet The Creators Of Shelter In Place Gallery And Tiny Pricks Project--ONLINE

Behind The Mask: Meet The Creators Of Shelter In Place Gallery And Tiny Pricks Project--ONLINE

Panel: Diana Weymar, Eben Haines and Delaney Dameron
Date: Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Time: 7 – 8 p.m.
Cost: SVAC Member $5; Non-member $10

Join SVAC Executive Director Anne Corso for a Zoom-based conversation with three of the people behind SVAC’s winter exhibition, Unmasked.

Let these panelists brighten your week with their creativity, humor and humanity. Artist and activist Diana Weymar has inspired thousands of needle-pointers to join her in stitching what she calls “the material record of the Trump presidency and the movement against it.” Now featured in international media, Diana’s Tiny Pricks Project has grown from one person’s idea into a massive collective undertaking. Tiny Pricks ends when President Trump’s term ends–18 hours after this panel. Hear Diana’s reflections, on the cusp of the project’s completion.

In the spring of 2020, Eben Haines and Delaney Dameron, founders of Shelter In Place (SIP) Gallery, created a 1:12 scale exhibition space to show artists’ work. They are always open–while traditional galleries and museums are closed, studios are often hard to access, and both monetary and social resources for artists are slim. By posting images of miniature installations on social media, Delaney and Eben have brought the public little SIPs of art–intimate, profound and playful, all at once. They have received hundreds of submissions from artists in the US and beyond.

1/19/21 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Virtual, Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester

Jan
19
2021

A Conversation with Lois Dodd

A Conversation with Lois Dodd

One of America’s most admired living artists, Lois Dodd joins artist Eric Aho in an online conversation about her life and work. This event is presented in connection with the exhibit Figuration Never Died: New York Painterly Painting, 1950-1970, which features the work of Dodd and nine of her contemporaries.

Dodd is known for her deceptively casual landscapes, figure studies, and floral studies as well as for her interior and exterior scenes. She studied art and textile design at The Cooper Union in New York in the late 1940s under the aegis of Peter Busa and Byron Thomas. After discovering plein-air painting at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Dodd began spending her summers in Penobscot Bay. She joined a wave of New York modernists who had begun to explore coastal Maine after the end of the Second World War. Dodd’s works are in permanent collections throughout the United States, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and The Cooper Union. She is represented by Alexandre Gallery, New York.

BMAC has exhibited Aho’s work on numerous occasions, most recently in a 2009-2010 solo show, Ice Box. His work is in the permanent collections of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, among others, and has been exhibited at the New Britain Museum of American Art, Currier Museum of Art, and American Academy of Arts and Letters.

This event will take place via Zoom and Facebook Live. A recording will be made available on the BMAC website afterwards.

ADMISSION: Free

1/19/21 7:00pm

Brattleboro Museum and Art Center Website, Brattleboro

Jan
8
2021
– THRU –
Jan
31
2021

Ned Richardson : untitled [recent work]

Ned Richardson : untitled [recent work]

The Front is pleased to present its fourth solo show, untitled [recent work], by Ned Richardson. A Front member since 2018, Richardson has been exploring the connections between digital and natural worlds through a variety of methods and media, from intuitive analog ink drawings to glass layered collaborations with deep learning systems. The name of the show follows Richardson’s convention for naming his works – all are untitled, with some identifier in brackets. The stories and interpretations are to be generated by the viewer.

untitled [recent work] runs January 8th through January 31st. Join gallery members and the artist for a limited occupancy opening reception Friday, November 8th, 4:00-7:00 PM. The Front is open Saturdays and Sundays 11-2 or by appointment. Join us for Ned’s artist talk via Zoom on Tuesday, January 19th at 7 PM: email info@thefrontvt.com for the link.

Friday January 8th through Sunday January 31st
Opening 4-7 PM Friday January 8th
Zoom Artist Talk Tuesday January 19th at 7 PM
Open Hours: Saturday-Sunday 11-2, or by happenstance or appointment
The Front: 6 Barre St. Montpelier VT info@thefrontvt.com (802) 552-0877

1/8/21 4:00pm - 1/31/21 2:00pm

The Front, Montpelier

Jan
12
2021
– THRU –
Feb
16
2021

Playing with Paper

Playing with Paper

Explore the many personalities of 140 lb watercolor paper. It is durable enough to absorb an onslaught of wet work and still make lovely greeting cards. It is thick enough to build three dimensional sculptures (which then love to be painted!) and thin enough to bend, fold and cut easily. It paints like a dream - liquid watercolors are stunning!

1/12/21 6:00pm - 2/16/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
3
2021
– THRU –
Apr
1
2021

"The Biodegradable Series: Connected, Distanced, Changed, and Impermanent" Outdoor Art Show by Anne Cummings EcoArtist

"The Biodegradable Series: Connected, Distanced, Changed, and Impermanent" Outdoor Art Show by Anne Cummings EcoArtist

This art exhibition will be installed outdoors in front of the Westford Common Hall, in Westford, VT, allowing visitors to view art without entering an indoor space, thereby being able to physically distance, and allowing the art to show the effects of the Vermont winter environment by slowly going through a decomposing process throughout the duration of the exhibition.

1/3/21 5:00pm - 4/1/21 5:00pm

Westford Common Hall (formerly United Church of Westford), Rt. 128 and Brookside Rd., Westford

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Jan
20
2021
– THRU –
Jan
27
2021

Introduction to Woodcarving: Snowman

Introduction to Woodcarving: Snowman

The term “whittling” evokes images of sitting on a front porch with a pocket knife whittling small figures. Imagine a lifetime hobby you can get started with needing only a small investment for a single knife and safety glove. With the COVID restrictions, the Governor has told us to stay home. So why not learn a new hobby!

Introduction to Woodcarving is a series of virtual sessions via Zoom where we will cover background information and the tools and techniques you need to get started. Prior to the class you will be provided with a kit consisting of a carving knife, safety glove to wear while carving and a precut snowman blank, along with a written step by step overview of what will be covered in the Zoom session. Participants will then apply the basic cuts to produce a simple carving. For further details and to register for the class visit www.makerspherevt.com

1/20/21 6:00pm - 1/27/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
8
2021
– THRU –
Jan
31
2021

Ned Richardson : untitled [recent work]

Ned Richardson : untitled [recent work]

The Front is pleased to present its fourth solo show, untitled [recent work], by Ned Richardson. A Front member since 2018, Richardson has been exploring the connections between digital and natural worlds through a variety of methods and media, from intuitive analog ink drawings to glass layered collaborations with deep learning systems. The name of the show follows Richardson’s convention for naming his works – all are untitled, with some identifier in brackets. The stories and interpretations are to be generated by the viewer.

untitled [recent work] runs January 8th through January 31st. Join gallery members and the artist for a limited occupancy opening reception Friday, November 8th, 4:00-7:00 PM. The Front is open Saturdays and Sundays 11-2 or by appointment. Join us for Ned’s artist talk via Zoom on Tuesday, January 19th at 7 PM: email info@thefrontvt.com for the link.

Friday January 8th through Sunday January 31st
Opening 4-7 PM Friday January 8th
Zoom Artist Talk Tuesday January 19th at 7 PM
Open Hours: Saturday-Sunday 11-2, or by happenstance or appointment
The Front: 6 Barre St. Montpelier VT info@thefrontvt.com (802) 552-0877

1/8/21 4:00pm - 1/31/21 2:00pm

The Front, Montpelier

Jan
13
2021
– THRU –
Feb
3
2021

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Art Medium: Pencil, oil pastel, charcoal Student Level: Beginner - Intermediate Student Age: 15 and up
Have you ever wanted to make art but didn’t know where to start or weren’t sure about different art materials? This workshop series explores various art techniques and media in a fun and relaxed way. We will create zentangles, abstract watercolor paintings, draw on the right side of the brain, and more.

1/13/21 5:30am - 2/3/21 7:00am

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
13
2021
– THRU –
Feb
10
2021

Winter Wednesdays: Mixed Media Art Classes For Grades 6 – 12 With Andrea Myklebust, Southern Vermont Arts Center

Winter Wednesdays: Mixed Media Art Classes For Grades 6 – 12 With Andrea Myklebust, Southern Vermont Arts Center

Instructor: Andrea Myklebust
Dates: Wednesdays from January 13 – February 10
Time: 1 – 3 p.m.
Cost: SVAC Member – $150; Non-Member – $185
Ages: Grades 6-12

Spend the afternoon exploring in the SVAC studios when school is closed. We will meet five times in January and February.

This class is open to all. New students are welcome. Students from the fall class are also welcome to re-enroll and will be able to work on new projects–drawing, painting, and working with clay, wool, plaster and other three-dimensional materials. Geared for grades six and up, these classes will include both projects designed by the teacher and opportunities for students to work individually on projects and with materials that interest them.

Masks required; registration limited to allow for physical distancing. We are currently planning for an in-person class and will shift to Zoom if necessary. If there is a switch, anyone who has registered will have the option either to withdraw–if they do not want to take on online class–and receive a refund for the remaining classes OR to stay for the remaining Zoom-based classes at a reduced rate. SVAC will also refund families if there are unexpected changes in your children’s schools’ plans that make attendance impossible.

Scholarships available. Please contact Erin for more information: ekaufman@svac.org or 802.367.1306.

1/13/21 1:00pm - 2/10/21 3:00pm

Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester

Jan
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
17
2021

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

These grades will be Makers. Working with cardboard, papier mache’, paint, paper, tape, toothpicks and the contents of your recycling bin. We will construct all kinds of fabulous projects sure to challenge and satisfy the wonderful imaginations of this age group! There will be plenty of drawing and painting as well.

1/6/21 3:30pm - 2/17/21 3:00pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
9
2021
– THRU –
Feb
27
2021

Curvature

Curvature

A new body of work by Jamie Townsend created during this past year. Jamie says, "Getting away from corners and simplifying the imagery was a natural way of dealing with what was going on in society this past year. Moving in, feeling the nurturing spirit and comfort of the circle, seeing as the eye naturally sees. As a society, we have had to organize our lives and minds differently. This new place is therapeutic."
Image - "String Shine" by Jamie Townsend

1/9/21 11:00am - 2/27/21 5:00pm

Gallery at the VAULT, Springfield

Jan
3
2021
– THRU –
Apr
1
2021

"The Biodegradable Series: Connected, Distanced, Changed, and Impermanent" Outdoor Art Show by Anne Cummings EcoArtist

"The Biodegradable Series: Connected, Distanced, Changed, and Impermanent" Outdoor Art Show by Anne Cummings EcoArtist

This art exhibition will be installed outdoors in front of the Westford Common Hall, in Westford, VT, allowing visitors to view art without entering an indoor space, thereby being able to physically distance, and allowing the art to show the effects of the Vermont winter environment by slowly going through a decomposing process throughout the duration of the exhibition.

1/3/21 5:00pm - 4/1/21 5:00pm

Westford Common Hall (formerly United Church of Westford), Rt. 128 and Brookside Rd., Westford

Jan
20
2021
– THRU –
Apr
9
2021

Visual Journey, Eco- Art of Ann Cummings

Visual Journey, Eco- Art of Ann Cummings

"Visual Journey, Recycle, Reuse, Repurpose, ... Repeat", an exhibit of Eco-Art by Anne Cummings, will be on exhibit in the Folley Hall Gallery at River Arts January 20-April 9, 2021. Gallery hours: Monday-Friday 10am-2pm. Free admission.

Anne Cummings is a Vermont “Eco Artist” creating work from recycled, reused, and repurposed materials, with the intent of making art that minimizes its impact on the environment and educates the viewer about environmental issues. Anne creates from her conviction to use ECO-ART FOR CHANGE.

Anne’s involvement in the arts has been a lifelong pursuit, from art classes at the Toledo Museum of Art as a child to creating and teaching art in many venues throughout her art career. Anne pursued a joint Bachelor of Arts degree in studio art and art history from Ohio University and later did graduate work in history and art history at the University of Toledo and Ohio State University. She completed a Master’s degree at Saint Michael’s College in Creative Arts in Education. Her current goal is to use her eco-art to raise awareness and support environmental causes.

River Arts is physically accessible for participants who use wheelchairs or other mobility aids, and those who prefer not to use stairs. We invite you to contact us with specific accommodations you need to facilitate your experience at the galleries. Questions regarding accessibility may be addressed to Heidi at (802) 888-1261 or Heidi@RiverArtsVT.org. For more information call (802) 888-1261 or visit their website at www.riverartsvt.org.

1/20/21 10:00am - 4/9/21 3:00pm

River Arts, Morrisville

Thursday, January 21, 2021
Jan
21
2021

Tintype Photography Demonstration with Rachel Portesi

Tintype Photography Demonstration with Rachel Portesi

Photographer Rachel Portesi demonstrates the process she used to create the tintype photographs in the exhibit Hair Portraits.

Each photograph is the result of a 26-second exposure directly onto a thin sheet of metal that has been painted black, then coated in emulsion to make it light-sensitive. The plate is immediately developed and placed in fixer, where the image appears. This archaic way of making “instant pictures” appealed to Portesi after she spent many years of shooting Polaroids, until the film became unavailable. (Now, thanks to The Impossible Project, Polaroid film is once again a possibility, though Portesi’s beloved Polaroid 667 black and white film has yet to be remade.)

This demonstration, followed by a Q&A will take place via Zoom and Facebook Live. A recording will be made available on the BMAC website afterwards.

ADMISSION: Free

1/21/21 7:00pm

Brattleboro Museum and Art Center Website, Brattleboro

Jan
8
2021
– THRU –
Jan
31
2021

Ned Richardson : untitled [recent work]

Ned Richardson : untitled [recent work]

The Front is pleased to present its fourth solo show, untitled [recent work], by Ned Richardson. A Front member since 2018, Richardson has been exploring the connections between digital and natural worlds through a variety of methods and media, from intuitive analog ink drawings to glass layered collaborations with deep learning systems. The name of the show follows Richardson’s convention for naming his works – all are untitled, with some identifier in brackets. The stories and interpretations are to be generated by the viewer.

untitled [recent work] runs January 8th through January 31st. Join gallery members and the artist for a limited occupancy opening reception Friday, November 8th, 4:00-7:00 PM. The Front is open Saturdays and Sundays 11-2 or by appointment. Join us for Ned’s artist talk via Zoom on Tuesday, January 19th at 7 PM: email info@thefrontvt.com for the link.

Friday January 8th through Sunday January 31st
Opening 4-7 PM Friday January 8th
Zoom Artist Talk Tuesday January 19th at 7 PM
Open Hours: Saturday-Sunday 11-2, or by happenstance or appointment
The Front: 6 Barre St. Montpelier VT info@thefrontvt.com (802) 552-0877

1/8/21 4:00pm - 1/31/21 2:00pm

The Front, Montpelier

Jan
7
2021
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Feb
18
2021

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

This age group will be drawing and painting non-stop to strengthen foundational work. Each student will be challenged to push the edges of their skills and take new art risks. We will work on individual compositions as we use the vast resources of the internet to explore art history, art styles and the impact of art at community level.

1/7/21 3:30pm - 2/18/21 3:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
9
2021
– THRU –
Feb
21
2021

Jackie Abrams, Precarious Shelters, and Erika Radich, Deportees

Jackie Abrams, Precarious Shelters, and Erika Radich, Deportees

All are invited to the gallery opening of Jackie Abrams, Precarious Shelters: Houses that Hold Us, and Erika Radich, Deportees: A Tribute, Saturday, January 9, 12:00 - 7:00, with artists present from 5:00 - 7:00. The exhibit of sculpture and collage sheds light on issues of social justice, equality and human dignity, and - as Radich explains, "...the exhibit may become 'personal' to each person experiencing the exhibit." Through February 21, 2021. For those unable to attend, this exhibit is currently available for safe viewing online. (Image: Abrams, Precarious Shelters)

1/9/21 12:00pm - 2/21/21 7:00pm

Mitchell-Giddings Fine Arts, Brattleboro

Jan
15
2021
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Feb
26
2021

“Pictures and Words” Exhibit

“Pictures and Words” Exhibit

Opening on January 15th is our exhibit, “Pictures and Words”. This will feature authors and illustrators. Fran Bull and B.Amore will have solo featured galleries. Sandy Gartner and Emily Casey will be featured in the third gallery. Joe Citro/Robert Waldo Brunelle Jr, Yvonne Daley, Nancy Snow/Norma Montaigne, Mary Crowley, Steve Halford, Bob Lloyd, and Stephane Schaffer are other wonderful authors and illustrators whose work will be on display! This exhibit will be up until February 26th, and we hope to see you there!

Hours:
Thursday: Noon-4 pm
Friday Noon-4 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am- 2:00 pm
Private appointments available by request

Chaffee Art Center 16 South Main Street, Rutland

Jan
3
2021
– THRU –
Apr
1
2021

"The Biodegradable Series: Connected, Distanced, Changed, and Impermanent" Outdoor Art Show by Anne Cummings EcoArtist

"The Biodegradable Series: Connected, Distanced, Changed, and Impermanent" Outdoor Art Show by Anne Cummings EcoArtist

This art exhibition will be installed outdoors in front of the Westford Common Hall, in Westford, VT, allowing visitors to view art without entering an indoor space, thereby being able to physically distance, and allowing the art to show the effects of the Vermont winter environment by slowly going through a decomposing process throughout the duration of the exhibition.

1/3/21 5:00pm - 4/1/21 5:00pm

Westford Common Hall (formerly United Church of Westford), Rt. 128 and Brookside Rd., Westford

Jan
20
2021
– THRU –
Apr
9
2021

Visual Journey, Eco- Art of Ann Cummings

Visual Journey, Eco- Art of Ann Cummings

"Visual Journey, Recycle, Reuse, Repurpose, ... Repeat", an exhibit of Eco-Art by Anne Cummings, will be on exhibit in the Folley Hall Gallery at River Arts January 20-April 9, 2021. Gallery hours: Monday-Friday 10am-2pm. Free admission.

Anne Cummings is a Vermont “Eco Artist” creating work from recycled, reused, and repurposed materials, with the intent of making art that minimizes its impact on the environment and educates the viewer about environmental issues. Anne creates from her conviction to use ECO-ART FOR CHANGE.

Anne’s involvement in the arts has been a lifelong pursuit, from art classes at the Toledo Museum of Art as a child to creating and teaching art in many venues throughout her art career. Anne pursued a joint Bachelor of Arts degree in studio art and art history from Ohio University and later did graduate work in history and art history at the University of Toledo and Ohio State University. She completed a Master’s degree at Saint Michael’s College in Creative Arts in Education. Her current goal is to use her eco-art to raise awareness and support environmental causes.

River Arts is physically accessible for participants who use wheelchairs or other mobility aids, and those who prefer not to use stairs. We invite you to contact us with specific accommodations you need to facilitate your experience at the galleries. Questions regarding accessibility may be addressed to Heidi at (802) 888-1261 or Heidi@RiverArtsVT.org. For more information call (802) 888-1261 or visit their website at www.riverartsvt.org.

1/20/21 10:00am - 4/9/21 3:00pm

River Arts, Morrisville