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Feb
11
2018

Color Research Lab

Color Research Lab Vermont Arts 2017
Description:

$85 (member) | $110 (non-member)
High School Students Welcome!
Color is exciting! Color is fun! Color is complicated! Color Research Lab is for artist and color enthusiasts of all levels to learn about color, the art of seeing and looking, how to research color, how to expand beyond your go-to color choices, and of course, how to mix colors. This class is for artists with experience in watercolor, gouache, acrylics, or any medium that allows you to mix your own color. Supply list provided.
Instructor: Chiyomi McKibbin

Time: 2/11/18 9:30am - 3:30pm
Location: Helen Day Art Center, Stowe
Feb
11
2018

RAMParts Presents February Offerings at Opera House

RAMParts Presents February Offerings at Opera House Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

RAMParts Presents, in partnership with National Theatre Live, Bolshoi Ballet and Exhibition on Screen will bring art, theatre and dance to the big screen from January through June in 2018. Travel the world in the comfort of the Bellows Falls Opera House, downtown Bellows Falls, Vermont where adventurous shopping and dining completes a visit to the beautifully restored 550-seat theatre.

Due to the length of “Angels in America Part II: Perestroika,” the broadcast will be shown on two consecutive Sundays, February 11 and February 18. This National Theatre Live broadcast focuses on how lives and times are being restructured in light of the AIDS pandemic. Nathan Lane, playing Roy Cohn, is prominently featured. This seminal work was begun in the late 1980s, reached Broadway in 1993, and then became an HBO mini-series in 2003. You will see the live production staged in July 2017 from London’s National Theatre, starring Nathan Lane (The Producers), Andrew Garfield (Spiderman, Hacksaw Ridge), James McArdle (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) and Denise Gough, 2016 Olivier Award for Best Actress (People, Places and Things). The cast brings “Angels” to Broadway in the spring of 2018. Doors open at 12:30pm. Purchase one $20 ticket to both screenings. “A start-to-finish sensation.” Daily Telegraph “Astonishing Performances.” Guardian

On Sunday, February 25, the Bolshoi Ballet broadcast brings Lady of the Camellias to the Opera House with another modern interpretation of a classic. "With their dizzying sweep and fluid spirals, Neumeier’s pas de deuxs are love in flight, romance personified. The score, samplings of melancholic Chopin (much of it his most famous nocturnes, sonatas, etc.) only heightens the emotions.” Dance Tab Doors open at Noon. Tickets $20 each.

On Thursday, February 15, Exhibition on Screen brings “Michelangelo: Love and Death,” a cinematic journey through the great chapels and museums of Florence, Rome and the Vatican, to the print and drawing rooms of Europe, to explore Michelangelo's 89 years of “Renaissance genius.” Comment by curators, historians and artists. Doors open at 6:30pm. Tickets $10 each.

Robert McBride, Director of the Rockingham Arts & Museum Project, is expanding arts programming locally by making Bellows Falls an “affordable cultural destination, removing the cost barrier to create unique, spectacular art, dance and theatre offerings.” Tickets online at www.rampartstickets.com or with cash/credit at the door. Seating general admission. Contact Susan MacNeil at 603-313-0052 or email susan@svidol.com for more information.

Time: 2/11/18 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Location: Bellows Falls Opera House, Bellows Falls
Feb
11
2018

Opening Celebration: "Abstracting Nature"

Opening Celebration: "Abstracting Nature"
Description:

Waterbury artist Matt Larson will be showing his most recent work at the White Meeting House from January 10th through March 4th. Called “Abstracting Nature,” the show uses painted paper collage to explores the ideas of pattern and ecological process in the world around us.

On Sunday, February 11th, the White Meeting House will host a free, opening celebration from 1 to 2:30PM. Light refreshments will be served and the artist will be available to answer questions and inspire visitors.

“From the earliest of times, humans have tried to make sense of the natural world — a world we often experience as chaotic,” says Larson. “Our very existence essentially depended on it.”

Larson’s work uses boldly colorful papers that he created to combine in ways that create new, larger patterns. These patterns are then often overpainted in ways suggested by the layers below. “As I paint and organize the elements of the collage, I strive to balance randomness and accident with order and reason.”

The show offers a meditation on how patterns in nature develop as well as how they may change over time — whether because of normal ebbs and flows in nature or because of changes catalyzed by human activity.

Time: 2/11/18 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Location: White Meeting House, 8 North Main Street, Waterbury Center
Feb
11
2018

Dorset Players Present Mothers and Sons

Dorset Players Present Mothers and Sons Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

The Dorset Players with Sullivan PLLC present, “Mothers and Sons,” Terence McNally’s 2014 Tony nominated play. Performances will be held March 2, 3, 9 and 10 at 7:30 PM and March 4 and 11 at 2:00 PM at the Dorset Playhouse. Directed by Sherry Kratzer and produced by Cheryl Gushee, the cast includes Lynne Marcus, Paul Michael Brinker, Mike Cutler, Lucas Bowen and Julian Pirie.
This play tells the story of an older woman, who pays an unexpected visit to the New York apartment of her late son’s partner, who is now married to another man and has a young son. It is both humorous and moving. Challenged to see how society has changed around her, generations collide as she revisits the past and begins to see the life her son might have led.
The theater cafe, offering coffee and deserts, will be open one hour prior to each performance. Join us on opening night for an after performance reception. All members get two for one tickets at the Saturday, March 3rd performance.
Show sponsors: American Hairlines, Blue Flame Gas Co., Homestead Landscaping and Up for Breakfast. Tickets may be purchased by calling the box office at 802 867-5570, or online at www.dorsetplayers.org or at the box office two hours before each performance.

Time: 2/11/18 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: Dorset Playhouse, 104 Cheney Rd, Dorset
Feb
11
2018

Poetry Open Mic

Poetry Open Mic
Description:

Join us for an afternoon of poetry hosted by Phoenix Books Rutland’s own Bianca Amira Zanella. Come to read, come to listen, or come for both! Those interested in reading can sign up at the door.

Time: 2/11/18 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: Phoenix Books Rutland, 2 Center Street, Rutland
Feb
11
2018

Preparing Painted Paper for Collage

Preparing Painted Paper for Collage
Description:

In conjunction with “Abstracting Nature,” an exhibition of abstract works inspired by natural systems and ecological processes by Waterbury Center artist Matt Larson, White Meeting House is hosting a hands-on workshop illustrating his process and exploring techniques used to apply water-based paints and inks to paper in preparation for collage. In addition to experimenting with these materials, participants will investigate collage composition using a variety of papers prepared prior to the workshop. All materials provided (donations to help cover costs welcome), but participants should feel free to bring papers, brushes, cutting tools, and water-based paints, inks, and markers they would like to incorporate into their work. Children welcome with adult accompaniment. Please wear clothing suitable for occasionally messy processes. Space limited; please register via email at earthwatersky1@gmail.com by February 7.

White Meeting House art shows are free, and open to the public Tuesdays through Fridays, from 8:30AM to 12:30PM. Additional hours are also available by request (please call 244-6636). Opening Reception February 11, 1-2:30 p.m.

On Sunday, February 11th, the White Meeting House will host a free, opening celebration from 1 to 2:30PM. Light refreshments will be served and the artist will be available to answer questions and inspire visitors.

Time: 2/11/18 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: White Meeting House, 8 North Main Street, Waterbury Center
Feb
11
2018

“La belle vie”, the beautiful life

“La belle vie”, the beautiful life
Description:

The Friends of the Plainfield Town Hall Opera House are pleased to announce a performance by Mary Jane Austin, Erik Kroncke and special guest dancer Christine Harris, in the second performance in the 2018 concert series at the Plainfield Town Hall Opera House in Plainfield, Vermont

Internationally acclaimed duo vocalist Erik Kroncke, bass, and pianist Mary Jane Austin, along with special guest, dancer and choreographer Christine Harris, present an afternoon concert of French and Russian music and dance entitled “La belle vie”, the beautiful life.  Music by Ravel, Flégier, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and Mussorgsky, featuring Flowers & Vessels, a study on form, women, flowers and movement inspired by Rodin’s sculpture works, by Christine Harris set to two Chopin Nocturnes, as well as the powerful art song set by Mussorgsky, “Songs and Dances of Death”.  A unique afternoon not to be missed!

Time: 2/11/18 4:00pm
Location: Plainfield Opera House, Marshfield
Feb
11
2018

Lyle Brewer

Lyle Brewer Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Brewer has been a staple of the Boston music scene for the last ten years. Ask any musician who has worked with him and they will laud his mastery of almost any style of music, with a maturity that belies his age.

Time: 2/11/18 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: ArtisTree Community Arts Center, South Pomfret
Feb
11
2018

The Wailers

The Wailers
Description:

The legendary Wailers band returns to Stowe to bring its revolutionary sound back to Vermont fans. Steered by famed bassist and founder Aston “Familyman” Barrett, and joined in solidarity with original Wailers’ guitarists Junior Marvin and Donald Kinsey, The Wailers continue to make musical history.

Time: 2/11/18 6:00pm
Location: Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, Stowe
Feb
10
2018
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Feb
11
2018

Letter Carving for Beginner and Intermediate students

Letter Carving for Beginner and Intermediate students
Description:

This "hands on” weekend workshop will introduce you to the ancient Roman techniques of V-cut letter forms using hand chisels and mallets. Students will be guided through the drawing, composition, and spacing of your letter forms and learn to translate your drawing into an inscription on a tablet of Vermont slate. No previous experience with drawing or carving is necessary. Class demonstrations and one-on-one guidance will be emphasized. Handouts of lettering design principles and reference material will be given to each student. Completing a simple inscription will be the goal in this introductory workshop. You will never look at letter carving in the same way after this weekend! For Intermediate carvers, you are welcome to bring a project to work on. Stone and tools provided in the workshop fee. Please bring a bag lunch, and your enthusiasm!
Fee: $395. Instructor: Kerry O. Furlani

Time: 2/10/18 9:00am - 2/11/18 5:00pm
Location: The Carving Studio & Sculpture Center, West Rutland
Feb
9
2018
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Feb
11
2018

JAGFest

JAGFest Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

JAG Productions is pleased to announce JAGFest 2.0, a weekend performing arts festival of new works all celebrating the talents of African-American playwrights and performing artists.

Presented February 9 – 11 at Briggs Opera House in White River Junction, VT. The weekend-long festival of play readings celebrates and explores diverse, new voices in American theater. JAGFest will include four staged readings over the course of three days, each featuring a post-show conversation with the playwrights, actors, directors and Dartmouth scholars.

Founder & Producing Artistic Director Jarvis Green says “I am beyond excited to amplify Black voices in the American theater by having JAGFest serve as an incubator for new works that are written, directed, and performed by Black theatre artists. Introducing residents and visitors of the Upper Valley to the newest voices in American theatre with a festival that brings attention to the Black experience in America, in my opinion, is very necessary. Our company sees itself as playing a key role in bringing diverse actors and stories to the stage and to the Upper Valley, one of the most racially homogeneous regions of the United States, via powerful art that are artfully staged.”

Time: 2/9/18 7:30pm - 2/11/18 9:30pm
Location: Briggs Opera House, White River Junction
Feb
8
2018
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Feb
11
2018

Picasso at the Lapin Agile

Picasso at the Lapin Agile
Description:

Picasso at the Lapin Agile - The Perfect Fix for Winter Doldrums

Looking for a reason to come out of hibernation? Ready for an infusion of warm intellect with a provocative dose of humor? Wipe the winter gloom away, and come out to the Town Hall Theater February 8-11 to see the Middlebury Community Players' presentation of Picasso at the Lapin Agile.

Steve Martin's play, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, is a clever and humorous take on a chance meeting and witty repartee between Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein. There will be a cash bar at each performance with a limited number of café table seats available. Tickets are $12 for opening night, Thursday, February 8 at 7:30pm, and $17 for all other shows Feb. 9-10 at 7:30pm and Feb. 11 at 2:00pm (plus $1 THT preservation fee on Feb. 8 and $2 fee Feb. 9-11). Tickets are on sale through the Town Hall Theater Box Office at townhalltheater.org, or in person at 68 South Pleasant Street, Middlebury (802-382-9222) Monday-Saturday, noon to 5:00pm, or at the door starting one hour before show times.

About the play... It is 1904, in Paris, France. The Lapin Agile (Nimble Rabbit), quaint watering hole to struggling artists and would-be geniuses, welcomes two soon-to-be legends for one extraordinary night. Picasso and Einstein, whose egos match their intellects, spar with the regulars and each other about art, science, inspiration, love, and the promise of the 20th century. Throw in a mysterious visitor who makes the ladies swoon, and you're in for a well-rounded theater experience.

Equally smart and silly, Picasso at the Lapin Agile asks serious questions about art, science, and genius while it cracks goofy jokes about history, romance, and how to bake a pie in the shape of the letter e. It was Steve Martin's first full-length play; at the debut reading in Martin's Beverly Hills home, Tom Hanks read the role of Picasso and Chris Sarandon read the role of Einstein. The 1995 production in New York City won the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Play.

More information is available at middleburycommunityplayers.org or on the MCP Facebook page.

Founded in 1959, the Middlebury Community Players present musicals, comedies, and dramas in and around Middlebury, Vermont, USA. The Players are an enthusiastic group of actors, directors, technicians, and production personnel from Addison County and beyond. The purpose of this organization is to further the interest of theater in Addison County, Vermont. If you have any questions about the show or MCP, please email info@middleburycommunityplayers.org.

Time: 2/8/18 7:30pm - 2/11/18 11:59pm
Location: Town Hall Theater, 68 South Pleasant Street, Middlebury
Dec
23
2017
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Feb
14
2018

It's Cold Outside

It's Cold Outside
Description:

Odanaksis ArtGroup returns to open their new exhibit "It's Cold Outside" at the Hartland Public Library on December 23, 2017, from 1-3 pm. The art group paints outside every Thursday somewhere in the Upper Valley between Newbury, VT and Cornish, NH. Many of the artworks included in this exhibit were painted at the weekly sessions.

The artists exhibiting their works include Jo Tate, Rebecca Bense, Karen Chalom, Becky Cook, Helen Elder, Susan Rump, and Gail Barton.

Odanaksis means “little village” in Abenaki. Susan Rump, the coordinator of the group, welcomes all levels of artists to join. Sue remarked, "The social aspect of our “little village” of artists and sharing our work is sustaining to our members." Information on joining the group will be available at the exhibit.

Although the weather outside is cold, visit the library to enjoy the Odanaksis members’ art in warmth.

This exhibit will be open during the Hartland Library hours from December 23, 2017, through February 14, 2018.

Location: Hartland Public Library, Norwich
Jan
31
2018
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Feb
18
2018

Only Yesterday

Only Yesterday Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Paul McCartney and John Lennon together again for one night only. This intimate play by Hollywood writer Bob Stevens (The Wonder Years, Murphy Brown, Malcolm In The Middle) brings to life a little known night when John and Paul were becoming the most famous young men on earth. Stranded in a hotel room in Key West, they do what many young men do when they’re bored–get drunk. They have some laughs, but as their talk turns serious, they bond over the revelation of traumatic childhood events they have in common and find inspiration for the music that changed our lives.

Advisory: Ages 12 and up.

Time: 1/31/18 7:30pm - 2/18/18 9:30pm
Location: Northern Stage, 76 Gates Street, White River Junction
Dec
2
2017
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Feb
18
2018

The Book of Changes: Symbolic Landscapes of the I Ching

The Book of Changes: Symbolic Landscapes of the I Ching
Description:

ON VIEW DECEMBER 2 – FEBRUARY 18
OPENING RECEPTION: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5 FROM 4-6PM
64 works by Elizabeth Nelson inspired by the 64 hexagrams of the I Ching


Elizabeth Nelson is best known for her images of northeastern landscapes. Her work has been shown since the late 1980s and has been presented in juried shows for nearly as long. She is represented by galleries in New York and Vermont and has won commissions for public art. Neither a young nor obscure artist, one can believe her
when she says, “Every so often artists come to the end of what they’re exploring.” They have to ask, “Where do I go from here?” 2012 was one of those periods for Liz. She
wanted to transform her work.

In January 2012, she started a series of “Symbolic Landscapes” inspired by the sixty four hexagrams of the I Ching. Incorporating chance even into the procedure, She threw coins to choose a hexagram each time a painting was started and would contemplate the result as she thought or dreamt an image. Her work has always referenced the landscape of northern New England and this new series continued that exploration, but with an interior dimension of symbols and geometric juxtapositions.

A friend showed her the book in the mid 1960s. “The language about the symbols connected so closely to unconscious thoughts I had been having.” She wears divination loosely; there are times she refers to the method frequently and times she puts it aside for years. Liz describes her use as “something I have used in different ways for different questions and in different intensities.”

The discipline of such a project is “very freeing.” Describing the freedom inside of discipline, Liz makes this analogy: “If you’ve cooked a souffle, one that’s followed the rules, and have had some success, then you start changing things.” She applies that thought to painting: “You have to keep pushing the edges of your knowledge and capabilities to grow as an artist. “Completing one idea,” she explains, gives her the “confidence to do a riff on it. It’s a physical skill, among other things. You have to have confidence in your skills; you keep practicing.”

For the first time all 64 of these new paintings will be on exhibit.

Free and open to the public. For more information, please call (802) 533-9075 or visit www.HighlandArtsVT.org.

Location: Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St., Greensboro
Feb
3
2018
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Feb
18
2018

Mud Season auditions

Mud Season auditions
Description:

The beloved Mud Season Variety Show is returning to Chandler Music Hall. The live performance of this community-wide talent showcase will take place at Chandler on Saturday, April 7, at 7:30 p.m.
This season, Chandler’s Mud Season Variety Show organizers are hoping to present group acts from various businesses in the Randolph area. Solo acts are also strongly encouraged.
Mud Season Variety Show auditions will be held on the Chandler MainStage on four occasions in the coming weeks: Saturdays, February 3 and February 17, beginning at 10 a.m., and on Sundays, February 4 and February 18, starting at 12 noon.
To sign up: contact Janet Watton at janet@chandler-arts.org or (802) 728-9402.

Time: 2/3/18 10:00am - 2/18/18 11:59pm
Location: Chandler Center for the Arts, Randolph
Jan
13
2018
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Feb
20
2018

Rory Jackson - Coming in from the Cold

Rory Jackson - Coming in from the Cold Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

RORY JACKSON: COMING IN FROM THE COLD
on display January 13 - February 20, 2018

EDGEWATER GALLERY at Stowe
151 Main Street, 802.760.6785

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Edgewater Gallery’s Stowe, Vermont location welcomes the New Year with a solo exhibition of new works by Vermont artist Rory Jackson. On view January 13 through February 20, the exhibit, Coming in from the Cold, features a new collection of the dynamic Vermont landscape paintings for which Jackson has become known. Among the works are quintessential winter scenes demonstrating the artist’s keen observation of his native environment and his ability to evoke a sense of warmth amid the cold. An Opening Reception will be held on Saturday, January 13th from 5-7:30pm at Edgewater at Stowe, 151 Main Street, Stowe.

Rory Jackson is celebrated for his careful attention to the lights and darks that occur within the spirit of the Vermont landscape. With large brush strokes and vibrant colors, Jackson provides viewers with the details we often miss. Jackson resides in Lincoln, Vermont and travels annually to Cape Three Points, Ghana where he and his wife founded Trinity Yard School. Jackson studied at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston and the Art Students League in NY, under the direction of Max Ginsburg. His work has been exhibited in Vermont and New York.

For further information on Rory Jackson and his exhibit, Coming in from the Cold, please call the gallery at 802-760-6785, email info@edgewatergallery-vt.com, or visit edgewatergallery-vt.com.

Location: Edgewater Gallery, Stowe
Jan
12
2018
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Feb
20
2018

Dennis Sheehan - Late for the Sky

Dennis Sheehan - Late for the Sky Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

DENNIS SHEEHAN - Late for the Sky
On display through February 20, 2018

EDGEWATER GALLERY at Stowe
151 Main Street, 802.760.6785

Edgewater Gallery at Stowe celebrates winter with lush landscapes by painter Dennis Sheehan. His exhibition Late for the Sky will be on view through March 9th. Sheehan works in the style of the masters of the Barbizon School, and shows influence from the American Tonalists. His exhibition at Edgewater Gallery at Stowe highlights the transitional period of dusk, farm and quiet gray winter days when the sun’s light is but a fleeting glimmer in the landscape. Sheehan works from imagination and his focus is in the power of shadows.

Dennis Sheehan hails from Boston, Massachusetts. He studied at the Vesper George School of Art and the Montserrat School of Visual Art. He teaches from his studio in Manchester, New Hampshire. Recent exhibits include a solo exhibition at the Whistler House Museum, in Lowell, MA, and the Guild of Boston Artists. Sheehan’s work is held in major public and private collections, including the White House and the personal collections of Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.

For further information on Dennis Sheehan and his exhibit, please call the gallery at 802-760-6785, email info@edgewatergallery-vt.com, or visit edgewatergallery-vt.com.

Location: Edgewater Gallery, Stowe
Feb
2
2018
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Feb
27
2018

2018 Student Art Show

2018 Student Art Show Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

A lively celebration of creativity from our regional schools, giving students from grades 1-12 the opportunity display their work in a professional gallery setting. Join us for the opening reception on Friday, Feb 2 from 5-7pm.

Location: Brandon Artists Guild, Brandon
Feb
1
2018
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Mar
11
2018

While The Trees Run

While The Trees Run
Description:

"While the Trees Run" a curated exhibit featuring NoDa's stable of artists and introducing two new Californian artists: Katie Ruiz and Heather Gordon.
www.northerndaughters.com

Time: 2/1/18 10:00am - 3/11/18 5:00pm
Location: Northern Daughters Gallery, Vergennes
Feb
2
2018
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Apr
1
2018

2017 - 2018 Legacy Collection

2017 - 2018 Legacy Collection Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Bryan Memorial Gallery's annual Legacy Collection brings together the works of 20 living artists who continue the legacy of Mary Bryan in whose memory the gallery was built by her husband, the artist Alden Bryan. The Collection is based on the gallery's prior year's sales (which would be 2016), and is re-installed in the Main Gallery for the last 2 months of its run, February and March. 2018. Gallery is open by appointment at any time, and Friday - Sunday, 11 - 4, through April 1. Photograph is of "March Sunset, Jericho," Painting by Robert Aiken.

Time: 2/2/18 11:00am - 4/1/18 4:00pm
Location: Bryan Memorial Gallery, Jeffersonville
Feb
2
2018
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Apr
1
2018

Love Lost and Found

Love Lost and Found Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Bryan Memorial Gallery presents LOVE LOST AND FOUND, a member exhibit of paintings exploring the vicissitudes of love, in its Middle Room this winter, from February 2 – April 1.

The juried exhibit includes 28 paintings by 23 artists who responded to the call to artists by giving form to expressions about love: romantic, parental, platonic, unrequited and lost. Works include a variety of mediums.

Bryan Memorial Gallery is at 180 Main Street, Jeffersonville, VT. 802-644-5100. A digital preview of this exhibit can be seen at www.bryangallery.org. Gallery hours are Friday - Sunday, 11 – 4 and by appointment at any time.

Time: 2/2/18 11:00am - 4/1/18 4:00pm
Location: Bryan Memorial Gallery, Jeffersonville
Jan
7
2018
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May
11
2018

Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival Winter Screening Series

Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival Winter Screening Series Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

The 2018 MNFF Winter Screening Series at Town Hall Theater offers films from January through May 2018 with a specially curated feature each month. In keeping with the essence of the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival, all the films come from first and second time directors.

The January selection will be the luminous documentary “California Typewriter,” directed by Doug Nichol, screening Sunday, January 7, at 2pm. Following thereafter – “I Am Evidence," a documentary directed by Trish Adlesic, on February 18 at 2pm, “Novitiate,” a narrative drama directed by Margaret Betts, on March 11 at 2pm, “Lady Bird,” a narrative drama directed by Greta Gerwig, on April 7 at 7pm and “The Judge,” a documentary directed by Erika Cohn, on May 11 at 7pm.

Time: 1/7/18 2:00pm - 5/11/18 7:00pm
Location: Town Hall Theater, Middlebury
Feb
1
2018
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May
31
2018

Green Mountain Youth Symphony C.A.M.P. Registration open

Green Mountain Youth Symphony C.A.M.P. Registration open Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Register now for the GMYS Creative Arts & Music Program (CAMP) @ Northern Vermont University-Johnson, August 5-11 2018.

CAMP is open to intermediate to advanced music students of orchestral instruments. Need based tuition assistance is available.

For more information and forms visit www.gmys-vt.org or email leah@gmys-vt.org.

Location: From the comfort of your home, Statewide
Dec
22
2017
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Sep
30
2018

Dreamcatcher

Dreamcatcher Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

A large-scale, interactive sculpture installation by LA-based artist James Peterson, inspired by magical Siberian ice caves. Presented by Spruce Peak at Stowe, produced and curated by Helen Day Art Center. Located in the Spruce Peak Village Center, outside Spa Entrance. Open to the public all hours.

Time: 12/22/17 12:00am - 9/30/18 12:00am
Location: Spruce Peak Village Center, Stowe