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Arts Calendar: Virtual

Due to the frequency of event cancellations during the COVID-19 crisis, we cannot guarantee that 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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Sunday, September 27, 2020

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Sep
26
2020
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Sep
27
2020

Hirschfield Presents: Song Without A Name

Hirschfield Presents: Song Without A Name

The Hirschfield International Film Series Presents:

Song Without A Name (Canción sin nombre)

6:00 PM, Online (Virtual Cinema)

(Melina León, Peru | Spain | USA | Chile, 2019, 1h 37min) Free

In Quechua and Spanish with English Subtitles

Peru, at the height of the political crisis of the 1980’s.
Georgina is a young woman from the Andes whose newborn daughter is stolen at a fake health clinic. Her desperate search for the child leads her to the headquarters of a major newspaper, where she meets Pedro Campos, a lonely journalist who takes on the investigation.
Based on a true story.

9/26/20 6:00pm - 9/27/20 5:30pm

Virtual, Middlebury

Sep
25
2020
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Sep
27
2020

Artmonk Retreat: Art to Fuel the Revolution

Artmonk Retreat: Art to Fuel the Revolution

A three-day contemplative art-making immersion
via Zoom
In medieval times, the plague set the stage for the Renaissance. How can we, today, find our inner renaissance? Instead of asking ourselves: What will come next? Let’s pose the question: How will I participate in this revolution? What note do I wish to play in this emerging, improvised symphony? How can I respond creatively and with the full range of my paradoxical emotions at a time when so many are fighting to survive?

As we draw near to the elections and the time of year where light begins to wane, join the Artmonks and Joel & Michelle Levey to connect with what matters most and make art from that place. As we acknowledge the deep challenges of this time — ongoing grief, rage, and trauma of the Movement for Black Lives, the pandemic and climate crisis — let’s practice embodiment of our authenticity, resilience, and hope.

This uplifting and dynamic response to disrupted times offers you a rejuvenating weekend experience featuring:

• dharma talks by Joel & Michelle
• guided and silent meditation
• guided group creative practices
• solo time to dig into your creative practice (and away from screens)
• daily guided embodiment practice
• a supportive group

The Artmonk Retreat explores the interaction of contemplation, creativity, and community in a 3-day program designed to access deeper levels of personal & creative insight, and carry deeper wisdom back into your life, relationships, community, and world. Whether you are a professional artist or seeking personal development (or both!), this experience is an opportunity to deepen your connection with the source of your creativity.

We will delve into the overlap of contemplation and creativity, drawing inspiration and teachings from the natural world. From a place of silence and stillness, we will create and explore together. We will explore embodiment as a mode of transformation, healing, and accessing creative flow.

This program springs from a foundation of silent sitting meditation, punctuated with practices of singing, chanting and movement meditations. Solo creative sessions are supported by guided creative practices to activate & affirm your creative spirit.

9/25/20 10:00am - 9/27/20 7:00pm

on zoom, Statewide

Sep
1
2020
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Sep
27
2020

In-Sight Photography: 22nd Annual Auction

In-Sight Photography: 22nd Annual Auction

For the last two decades, In-Sight Photography Project has hosted work donated by artists from around the world who are passionate about photography and its power to encourage personal change. By bidding in In-Sight’s 22nd Annual Auction, you help ensure access to safe and welcoming arts programming where students are encouraged to engage with mentors, ask questions, express themselves, and make positive choices.

This year In-Sight will be splitting 60% of the proceeds between two organizations, YouthFX and The Roots Social Justice Center, and the remaining 40% of the Auction proceeds will go to In-Sight’s Student Scholarship Fund.

Online, Statewide

Jul
30
2020
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Sep
30
2020

Valley Arts Presents: Spring Mix, a Digital Art Exhibit

Valley Arts Presents: Spring Mix, a Digital Art Exhibit

Valley Arts presents “Spring Mix,” an online art exhibit promoting the art and craft talents of the members of Valley Arts, based in Waitsfield. The show features both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works including paintings, photography, pottery, fabric arts, and glass. The online show also features randomly selected paintings from the entries for the Green Mountain Watercolor Exhibition canceled due to COVID-19.

To purchase any of the work or for more information: info@valleyartsvt.com or 802-496-6682

7/30/20 9:00am - 9/30/20 5:00pm

Online, Waitsfield

Aug
1
2020
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Sep
30
2020

Accents

Accents

Jacob Jackmauh presents a virtual exhibition of recent sculptures. Limited in-person viewings are available by appointment only.

84 Central Street, Saint Johnsbury, VT, Saint Johnsbury

Sep
9
2020
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Sep
9
2030

Dev Sarkar Music

Dev Sarkar Music

When your lyrics tell a story while maintaining a sense of wonder, it simply creates magic. Want to try an honest performance? Have ambition regarding great quality of music? Ever watched to master an instrument and play like the time is stuck? Enthralled by an amusing voice that left you tongue-tied? Here is your one-stop solution, join/subscribe for free.

9/9/20 9:00am - 9/9/30 10:00pm

Online, Outside Vermont