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Friday, February 7, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Mar
14
2020

Thaw: A Conversation

Thaw: A Conversation

Artist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, February 7, 4-8 pm, with a short poetry reading at 7 pm; Whitney’s poems will be set to a video backdrop created by Lovett.

Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

For Diana Whitney, too, the river is a presence that has resurfaced repeatedly in her writing. Since living along the Connecticut in college, she has written poems informed by its changing moods and states. Witnessing the river’s seasons has become a source of imagery, consolation, and insight. Even during early motherhood, when she essentially stopped writing, a single river poem emerged. Somehow she gave a draft to Lovett, one of the two poems pinned on her studio wall. In 2017, the two artists, who had talked about collaborating since 2005 when they met at the Vermont Studio Center, realized that they shared a common muse.

Thaw is the outcome of these two artists discovering a felicitous connection with each other and seeking to connect with others through their shared contemplation of the river: solace, muse, companion, place of freeze and thaw, danger and beauty, surface and unplumbed depths.

Opening Reception Feb. 7th 4:00pm-8:00pm. Poetry reading with imagery 7:00pm.
Gallery Hours: Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and by appointment/chance

2/7/20 4:00pm - 3/14/20 5:00pm

The Garage Cultural Center, Montpelier

Saturday, February 8, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Mar
14
2020

Thaw: A Conversation

Thaw: A Conversation

Artist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, February 7, 4-8 pm, with a short poetry reading at 7 pm; Whitney’s poems will be set to a video backdrop created by Lovett.

Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

For Diana Whitney, too, the river is a presence that has resurfaced repeatedly in her writing. Since living along the Connecticut in college, she has written poems informed by its changing moods and states. Witnessing the river’s seasons has become a source of imagery, consolation, and insight. Even during early motherhood, when she essentially stopped writing, a single river poem emerged. Somehow she gave a draft to Lovett, one of the two poems pinned on her studio wall. In 2017, the two artists, who had talked about collaborating since 2005 when they met at the Vermont Studio Center, realized that they shared a common muse.

Thaw is the outcome of these two artists discovering a felicitous connection with each other and seeking to connect with others through their shared contemplation of the river: solace, muse, companion, place of freeze and thaw, danger and beauty, surface and unplumbed depths.

Opening Reception Feb. 7th 4:00pm-8:00pm. Poetry reading with imagery 7:00pm.
Gallery Hours: Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and by appointment/chance

2/7/20 4:00pm - 3/14/20 5:00pm

The Garage Cultural Center, Montpelier

Friday, February 14, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Mar
14
2020

Thaw: A Conversation

Thaw: A Conversation

Artist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, February 7, 4-8 pm, with a short poetry reading at 7 pm; Whitney’s poems will be set to a video backdrop created by Lovett.

Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

For Diana Whitney, too, the river is a presence that has resurfaced repeatedly in her writing. Since living along the Connecticut in college, she has written poems informed by its changing moods and states. Witnessing the river’s seasons has become a source of imagery, consolation, and insight. Even during early motherhood, when she essentially stopped writing, a single river poem emerged. Somehow she gave a draft to Lovett, one of the two poems pinned on her studio wall. In 2017, the two artists, who had talked about collaborating since 2005 when they met at the Vermont Studio Center, realized that they shared a common muse.

Thaw is the outcome of these two artists discovering a felicitous connection with each other and seeking to connect with others through their shared contemplation of the river: solace, muse, companion, place of freeze and thaw, danger and beauty, surface and unplumbed depths.

Opening Reception Feb. 7th 4:00pm-8:00pm. Poetry reading with imagery 7:00pm.
Gallery Hours: Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and by appointment/chance

2/7/20 4:00pm - 3/14/20 5:00pm

The Garage Cultural Center, Montpelier

Saturday, February 15, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Mar
14
2020

Thaw: A Conversation

Thaw: A Conversation

Artist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, February 7, 4-8 pm, with a short poetry reading at 7 pm; Whitney’s poems will be set to a video backdrop created by Lovett.

Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

For Diana Whitney, too, the river is a presence that has resurfaced repeatedly in her writing. Since living along the Connecticut in college, she has written poems informed by its changing moods and states. Witnessing the river’s seasons has become a source of imagery, consolation, and insight. Even during early motherhood, when she essentially stopped writing, a single river poem emerged. Somehow she gave a draft to Lovett, one of the two poems pinned on her studio wall. In 2017, the two artists, who had talked about collaborating since 2005 when they met at the Vermont Studio Center, realized that they shared a common muse.

Thaw is the outcome of these two artists discovering a felicitous connection with each other and seeking to connect with others through their shared contemplation of the river: solace, muse, companion, place of freeze and thaw, danger and beauty, surface and unplumbed depths.

Opening Reception Feb. 7th 4:00pm-8:00pm. Poetry reading with imagery 7:00pm.
Gallery Hours: Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and by appointment/chance

2/7/20 4:00pm - 3/14/20 5:00pm

The Garage Cultural Center, Montpelier

Friday, February 21, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Mar
14
2020

Thaw: A Conversation

Thaw: A Conversation

Artist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, February 7, 4-8 pm, with a short poetry reading at 7 pm; Whitney’s poems will be set to a video backdrop created by Lovett.

Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

For Diana Whitney, too, the river is a presence that has resurfaced repeatedly in her writing. Since living along the Connecticut in college, she has written poems informed by its changing moods and states. Witnessing the river’s seasons has become a source of imagery, consolation, and insight. Even during early motherhood, when she essentially stopped writing, a single river poem emerged. Somehow she gave a draft to Lovett, one of the two poems pinned on her studio wall. In 2017, the two artists, who had talked about collaborating since 2005 when they met at the Vermont Studio Center, realized that they shared a common muse.

Thaw is the outcome of these two artists discovering a felicitous connection with each other and seeking to connect with others through their shared contemplation of the river: solace, muse, companion, place of freeze and thaw, danger and beauty, surface and unplumbed depths.

Opening Reception Feb. 7th 4:00pm-8:00pm. Poetry reading with imagery 7:00pm.
Gallery Hours: Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and by appointment/chance

2/7/20 4:00pm - 3/14/20 5:00pm

The Garage Cultural Center, Montpelier

Saturday, February 22, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Mar
14
2020

Thaw: A Conversation

Thaw: A Conversation

Artist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, February 7, 4-8 pm, with a short poetry reading at 7 pm; Whitney’s poems will be set to a video backdrop created by Lovett.

Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

For Diana Whitney, too, the river is a presence that has resurfaced repeatedly in her writing. Since living along the Connecticut in college, she has written poems informed by its changing moods and states. Witnessing the river’s seasons has become a source of imagery, consolation, and insight. Even during early motherhood, when she essentially stopped writing, a single river poem emerged. Somehow she gave a draft to Lovett, one of the two poems pinned on her studio wall. In 2017, the two artists, who had talked about collaborating since 2005 when they met at the Vermont Studio Center, realized that they shared a common muse.

Thaw is the outcome of these two artists discovering a felicitous connection with each other and seeking to connect with others through their shared contemplation of the river: solace, muse, companion, place of freeze and thaw, danger and beauty, surface and unplumbed depths.

Opening Reception Feb. 7th 4:00pm-8:00pm. Poetry reading with imagery 7:00pm.
Gallery Hours: Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and by appointment/chance

2/7/20 4:00pm - 3/14/20 5:00pm

The Garage Cultural Center, Montpelier

Friday, February 28, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Mar
14
2020

Thaw: A Conversation

Thaw: A Conversation

Artist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, February 7, 4-8 pm, with a short poetry reading at 7 pm; Whitney’s poems will be set to a video backdrop created by Lovett.

Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

For Diana Whitney, too, the river is a presence that has resurfaced repeatedly in her writing. Since living along the Connecticut in college, she has written poems informed by its changing moods and states. Witnessing the river’s seasons has become a source of imagery, consolation, and insight. Even during early motherhood, when she essentially stopped writing, a single river poem emerged. Somehow she gave a draft to Lovett, one of the two poems pinned on her studio wall. In 2017, the two artists, who had talked about collaborating since 2005 when they met at the Vermont Studio Center, realized that they shared a common muse.

Thaw is the outcome of these two artists discovering a felicitous connection with each other and seeking to connect with others through their shared contemplation of the river: solace, muse, companion, place of freeze and thaw, danger and beauty, surface and unplumbed depths.

Opening Reception Feb. 7th 4:00pm-8:00pm. Poetry reading with imagery 7:00pm.
Gallery Hours: Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and by appointment/chance

2/7/20 4:00pm - 3/14/20 5:00pm

The Garage Cultural Center, Montpelier

Saturday, February 29, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Mar
14
2020

Thaw: A Conversation

Thaw: A Conversation

Artist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, February 7, 4-8 pm, with a short poetry reading at 7 pm; Whitney’s poems will be set to a video backdrop created by Lovett.

Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

For Diana Whitney, too, the river is a presence that has resurfaced repeatedly in her writing. Since living along the Connecticut in college, she has written poems informed by its changing moods and states. Witnessing the river’s seasons has become a source of imagery, consolation, and insight. Even during early motherhood, when she essentially stopped writing, a single river poem emerged. Somehow she gave a draft to Lovett, one of the two poems pinned on her studio wall. In 2017, the two artists, who had talked about collaborating since 2005 when they met at the Vermont Studio Center, realized that they shared a common muse.

Thaw is the outcome of these two artists discovering a felicitous connection with each other and seeking to connect with others through their shared contemplation of the river: solace, muse, companion, place of freeze and thaw, danger and beauty, surface and unplumbed depths.

Opening Reception Feb. 7th 4:00pm-8:00pm. Poetry reading with imagery 7:00pm.
Gallery Hours: Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and by appointment/chance

2/7/20 4:00pm - 3/14/20 5:00pm

The Garage Cultural Center, Montpelier

Friday, March 6, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Mar
14
2020

Thaw: A Conversation

Thaw: A Conversation

Artist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, February 7, 4-8 pm, with a short poetry reading at 7 pm; Whitney’s poems will be set to a video backdrop created by Lovett.

Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

For Diana Whitney, too, the river is a presence that has resurfaced repeatedly in her writing. Since living along the Connecticut in college, she has written poems informed by its changing moods and states. Witnessing the river’s seasons has become a source of imagery, consolation, and insight. Even during early motherhood, when she essentially stopped writing, a single river poem emerged. Somehow she gave a draft to Lovett, one of the two poems pinned on her studio wall. In 2017, the two artists, who had talked about collaborating since 2005 when they met at the Vermont Studio Center, realized that they shared a common muse.

Thaw is the outcome of these two artists discovering a felicitous connection with each other and seeking to connect with others through their shared contemplation of the river: solace, muse, companion, place of freeze and thaw, danger and beauty, surface and unplumbed depths.

Opening Reception Feb. 7th 4:00pm-8:00pm. Poetry reading with imagery 7:00pm.
Gallery Hours: Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and by appointment/chance

2/7/20 4:00pm - 3/14/20 5:00pm

The Garage Cultural Center, Montpelier

Saturday, March 7, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Mar
14
2020

Thaw: A Conversation

Thaw: A Conversation

Artist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, February 7, 4-8 pm, with a short poetry reading at 7 pm; Whitney’s poems will be set to a video backdrop created by Lovett.

Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

For Diana Whitney, too, the river is a presence that has resurfaced repeatedly in her writing. Since living along the Connecticut in college, she has written poems informed by its changing moods and states. Witnessing the river’s seasons has become a source of imagery, consolation, and insight. Even during early motherhood, when she essentially stopped writing, a single river poem emerged. Somehow she gave a draft to Lovett, one of the two poems pinned on her studio wall. In 2017, the two artists, who had talked about collaborating since 2005 when they met at the Vermont Studio Center, realized that they shared a common muse.

Thaw is the outcome of these two artists discovering a felicitous connection with each other and seeking to connect with others through their shared contemplation of the river: solace, muse, companion, place of freeze and thaw, danger and beauty, surface and unplumbed depths.

Opening Reception Feb. 7th 4:00pm-8:00pm. Poetry reading with imagery 7:00pm.
Gallery Hours: Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and by appointment/chance

2/7/20 4:00pm - 3/14/20 5:00pm

The Garage Cultural Center, Montpelier

Friday, March 13, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Mar
14
2020

Thaw: A Conversation

Thaw: A Conversation

Artist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, February 7, 4-8 pm, with a short poetry reading at 7 pm; Whitney’s poems will be set to a video backdrop created by Lovett.

Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

For Diana Whitney, too, the river is a presence that has resurfaced repeatedly in her writing. Since living along the Connecticut in college, she has written poems informed by its changing moods and states. Witnessing the river’s seasons has become a source of imagery, consolation, and insight. Even during early motherhood, when she essentially stopped writing, a single river poem emerged. Somehow she gave a draft to Lovett, one of the two poems pinned on her studio wall. In 2017, the two artists, who had talked about collaborating since 2005 when they met at the Vermont Studio Center, realized that they shared a common muse.

Thaw is the outcome of these two artists discovering a felicitous connection with each other and seeking to connect with others through their shared contemplation of the river: solace, muse, companion, place of freeze and thaw, danger and beauty, surface and unplumbed depths.

Opening Reception Feb. 7th 4:00pm-8:00pm. Poetry reading with imagery 7:00pm.
Gallery Hours: Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and by appointment/chance

2/7/20 4:00pm - 3/14/20 5:00pm

The Garage Cultural Center, Montpelier

Saturday, March 14, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Mar
14
2020

Thaw: A Conversation

Thaw: A Conversation

Artist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, February 7, 4-8 pm, with a short poetry reading at 7 pm; Whitney’s poems will be set to a video backdrop created by Lovett.

Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

For Diana Whitney, too, the river is a presence that has resurfaced repeatedly in her writing. Since living along the Connecticut in college, she has written poems informed by its changing moods and states. Witnessing the river’s seasons has become a source of imagery, consolation, and insight. Even during early motherhood, when she essentially stopped writing, a single river poem emerged. Somehow she gave a draft to Lovett, one of the two poems pinned on her studio wall. In 2017, the two artists, who had talked about collaborating since 2005 when they met at the Vermont Studio Center, realized that they shared a common muse.

Thaw is the outcome of these two artists discovering a felicitous connection with each other and seeking to connect with others through their shared contemplation of the river: solace, muse, companion, place of freeze and thaw, danger and beauty, surface and unplumbed depths.

Opening Reception Feb. 7th 4:00pm-8:00pm. Poetry reading with imagery 7:00pm.
Gallery Hours: Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and by appointment/chance

2/7/20 4:00pm - 3/14/20 5:00pm

The Garage Cultural Center, Montpelier