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Arts Calendar

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.

Date

Region

Category

Friday, December 4, 2020
Dec
4
2020

Virtual Vermont International Festival

Virtual Vermont International Festival

For 27 years, the Vermont International Festival has entertained and educated Vermonters about other cultures by providing three days of international music, dance, crafts and cuisine. This year, the festival will be going mostly virtual. Music and dance performances will be premiered online December 4-6 and craft vendors will participate in a special online Vermont International Festival Marketplace. The one LIVE component of this year’s festival will be International Cuisine which can pre-ordered online and then show up at your assigned time on Festival weekend at the O’Brien Center in Winooski to receive your delicious meals, appetizers, and/or desserts.

12/4/20 4:00pm - 8:00pm

North End Studios O'Brien Community Center and Online, Winooski

Dec
3
2020
– THRU –
Dec
6
2020

Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band

Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band

Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band is a confessional, cautionary, and occasionally humorous tale of Robbie Robertson’s young life and the creation of one of the most enduring groups in the history of popular music, The Band. The film is a moving story of Robertson’s personal journey, overcoming adversity and finding camaraderie alongside the four other men who would become his brothers in music and who together made their mark on music history. Once Were Brothers blends rare archival footage, photography, iconic songs and interviews with many of Robertson’s friends and collaborators including Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Martin Scorsese, Peter Gabriel, Taj Mahal, Dominique Robertson, Ronnie Hawkins, and more.

12/3/20 12:00am - 12/6/20 11:00pm

Online, Statewide

Oct
29
2020
– THRU –
Dec
8
2020

GLASSTASTIC 2021 Submissions

GLASSTASTIC 2021 Submissions

A celebration of imagination and ingenuity, GLASSTASTIC invites children in grades K-6 to dream up and draw fabulous imaginary creatures, a selection of which will be turned into sculptures by glass artists.

The sculptures and every drawing submitted will be exhibited at BMAC March 13 – June 13, 2021.

Download GLASSTASTIC guidelines and an entry form to submit your imaginary creature. You may submit up to two imaginary creatures. Just make sure to get them in before the December 8, 2020 deadline! Download them here: https://www.brattleboromuseum.org/2020/03/19/glasstastic-2021/

View selections from the 2019 version of GLASSTASTIC.

Questions? Email glasstastic@brattleboromuseum.org

Brattleboro Museum and Art Center Website, Brattleboro

Sep
15
2020
– THRU –
Dec
15
2020

Start With The Arts for Home Childcare Providers

Start With The Arts for Home Childcare Providers

Start With The Arts, an award-winning arts-based literacy program for childcare providers and children in their care, focuses on instilling a lifelong love of reading and strengthening the quality of early childhood education. Participants are eligible to use hours completed for a variety of state credentialing programs, including STARS and Advanced Specialized Care.

Teaching artists model and present children’s books, engaging children in performing and visual arts activities. Then teaching artists support providers in delivering arts-based literacy lessons. The program culminates in a public display. For fall, programming delivered virtually. Application due 9/15/20, program begins in October.

Online, Essex Junction

Nov
16
2020
– THRU –
Dec
16
2020

NOVEMBER: Estonian Folklore

NOVEMBER: Estonian Folklore

NOVEMBER (2017). Directed by RAINER SARNET, Winner of Best Cinematography Award at the Tribeca Film Festival. Virtual Tickets are $4.99 for 3 days of viewing.

A breathtaking dark fairytale about tender feelings in a brutal metaphysical environment, where ghosts roam free and people have to find their way through a chaotic jungle of co-existing and competing religious beliefs. The story takes place during the bygone feudal era in Estonia, when peasants had to earn their keep under the rule of the German landlords. Peasant girl Liina falls for a farmboy, Hans, but Hans is infatuated with the young baroness. This unrequited love causes Liina to run around wildly at night as a werewolf, to make his secret desires come true, Hans tries to employ a kratt – a fantastic being made of discarded household items and endowed with a soul by the devil, and the young baroness’ fate hangs by a thread when she spends her nights sleepwalking on the manor roof.

Adapted from Andrus Kivirahk’s novel, Rehepapp, with a visual concept based on Estonian photographer Johannes Pääsuke’s farmer photographs from the beginning of the 20th century, the film’s transfixing cinematography is reminiscent of Ingmar Bergman's Seventh Seal, and Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man. Shot in black and white and infrared on a menagerie of different cameras, lenses, and formats, both film and digital, with high-contrast lighting that makes even the human townsfolk look like specters in a dark, hostile world. Every frame of November stands alone as a haunting photograph, a reminder of a not-long-ago humanity riddled with conflicting superstition, the plague, and a more recognizable affliction: greed.

11/16/20 12:00am - 12/16/20 12:00am

Epsilon Spires Virtual Cinema, Brattleboro

Sep
16
2020
– THRU –
Dec
18
2020

Favorite Things

Favorite Things

In addition to developing a style, artists become known for the subject matter they typically revert to when creating. FAVORITE THINGS is a show designed to highlight the various, favorite subjects interpreted by artists.
Paintings by artists working in oils, watercolors, acrylics, mosaics, printmaking, pastels, photography, glass and graphic media are participating in this show.

FAVORITE THINGS opens at the Festival Gallery at Valley Arts on September 16 and continues through December 18.

Gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
Information: 802-496-6682

9/16/20 1:00pm - 12/18/20 5:00pm

Festival Gallery at Valley Arts, Waitsfield

Nov
12
2020
– THRU –
Dec
20
2020

Gems & Giants 2020

Gems & Giants 2020

Bryan Memorial Gallery presents Gems & Giants 2020, an annual exhibition of large and small paintings by its gallery members shown in Bryan Memorial Gallery’s Main Gallery and Middle Room. Paintings range from landscapes to abstracts, from florals, portrait, and still-life.
The exhibit opens Thursday, November 12th, and will conclude on Sunday, December 20th.

Due to COVID-19 there will not be an artist roundtable or a reception this year.

11/12/20 11:00am - 12/20/20 4:00pm

Bryan Memorial Gallery, Jeffersonville

Nov
20
2020
– THRU –
Dec
20
2020

Songs For A New World

Songs For A New World

Join us for Lyric Theatre Company's first fully streaming online event, Songs For A New World.

Songs For A New World is a show about change. The pivots and the possibilities, the hurt and the growth, and all the messy ways that change can bring us together or break us apart. These vignettes explore discoveries both intimate and expansive through song, story, and dance—unbounded by time, place, or imagination. This production and the exciting new way that we are presenting it has been a cathartic experience for our organization, members, and community during this tumultuous period where we have all had to embrace a new world of our own.

Ticket sales go live on Friday, November 13th at 10am: https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/40714

Streaming access costs $15 for a single ticket (single viewer in a single location) and $35 for a family ticket (multiple viewers in one location). Once streaming access is purchased, the streaming code provided will be active for 48 hours after the play button is hit for the first time. The production will be available to view from November 20th at 8pm - December 20th.

11/20/20 8:00pm - 12/20/20 12:00pm

Lyric Theatre Company - Online Event, Statewide

Nov
20
2020
– THRU –
Dec
23
2020

Holiday Small Works 2020

Holiday Small Works 2020

Holiday Small Works 2020
November 20 - December 23, 2020
Our annual exhibit of Small (art and craft) Works in Artistree's Community Gallery.

Red Barn by Emily Burkholder


Holiday Small Works Exhibit | November 20 - December 23, 2020
Gallery Hours:
Tues - Sun | 11am - 5pm | Open Thursdays until 7:30pm!

Come celebrate the holiday season with artworks and fine crafts perfect for collecting and gift-giving!

This year's SMALL WORKS exhibit includes submissions by area artists, as well as Artistree's annual 50@50 display (50 artists / 50 square inch panels). However, due to COVID concerns sales for 50@50 pieces will be held via a silent auction. Also, we are excited to announce our first Cup Show! Fifteen local ceramicists will create a collection of cups, mugs, and other drinking vessels to display and purchase. Vote for Best in Show!

Artwork goes on sale Friday, November 20th. Click here to visit the silent auction site!

We welcome visitors to the Gallery.

Masks are required. Maintain social distance. Occupancy is limited.

11/20/20 11:00am - 12/23/20 5:00pm

Artistree Community arts center & gallery, South Pomfret

Nov
27
2020
– THRU –
Dec
24
2020

2020 Holiday Artisans Market

2020 Holiday Artisans Market

The holiday market is back in time for all of your holiday shopping needs. For the first time ever, Chandler is offering an online market to help our community shop safely while still supporting our local creative economy by purchasing locally-made gifts for the holidays.

11/27/20 12:00pm - 12/24/20 4:00pm

Chandler Center for the Arts, Randolph

Nov
11
2020
– THRU –
Dec
29
2020

CELEBRATE!

CELEBRATE!

In the galleries at Studio Place Arts:

CELEBRATE! Our annual local arts celebration features a wide variety of art and craft created by 80 SPA member artists. The show is on all 3 floors of the historic SPA building and includes hundreds of one-of-a-kind-gifts.

Exhibit Dates November 11 – December 29, 2020

HOURS:
Tues-Sat: 11AM-2:30PM
Tues-Sat: 3-4PM private hrs. – Call us (802) 479-7069
Closed: 11/26; 12/24 & 12/25

INFO: www.studioplacearts.com

Studio Place Arts, Barre

Nov
28
2020
– THRU –
Dec
30
2020

No Strings Marionettes in a Streamed Performance of Treasure Hunt

No Strings Marionettes in a Streamed Performance of Treasure Hunt

For many years Chandler Center for the Arts has had the pleasure of hosting No Strings Marionettes for a Thanksgiving weekend show in the Chandler Music Hall. This year, due to Covid this won't be possible, but Chandler and No Strings have teamed up to give your family A GIFT in a year we all need a little more holiday cheer.

Virtual through Chandler Center for the Arts, Statewide

Jun
18
2020
– THRU –
Dec
31
2020

Dona Ann McAdams: Performative Acts

Dona Ann McAdams: Performative Acts

This exhibition includes approximately 45 photographs from her expansive oeuvre over the last forty years featuring essential documentation of the avant-garde performance and queer liberation scenes in New York in the ‘80s and ‘90s, humane in situ portraits of those with cognitive disabilities, cloistered nuns, race workers, hot walkers at the race track, Appalachians, and farmers as well as luminous photos of horses, oxen and goats.

A longtime New York City resident, McAdams now lives on a goat farm in Sandgate, Vermont, with her husband, the writer Brad Kessler.

6/18/20 10:00am - 12/31/20 4:00pm

Helen Day Art Center, Stowe

Oct
1
2020
– THRU –
Dec
31
2020

Drawing on the Past by Miriam Adams

Drawing on the Past by Miriam Adams

The Henry Sheldon Museum presents the online exhibit "Drawing on the Past by Miriam Adams." The Sheldon’s website, www.henrysheldonmuseum.org, includes a virtual tour of the exhibit with Miriam Adams and Bill Brooks, Executive Director of the Sheldon. All drawings in the exhibit are featured online. Through the juxtaposition of natural and man-made objects, Miriam Adams creates images of striking intimacy. Her graphite and watercolor drawings on paper depict a variety of everyday domestic objects: scissors, tools, timepieces, sewing materials, hand fans, clothing, and ribbons. Adams places these household items in conversation with objects from nature—including flowers, feathers, fruit, leaves, and stones. Drawings of her father’s tools, of garments sewn by her mother, of a wedding fan that belonged to her husband’s grandmother are matched with more ephemeral items to suggest family relationships and insights. In addition, yarns and needles used in knitting challenge the viewer by their oft double meanings. Are needles and pin cushions merely utilitarian or do they warrant deeper interpretations?

“I draw on nature for shapes and rhythms,” wrote Adams. “It is a point of departure to explore line, movement, relationships, emotions.” The soft graphite and watercolors contribute to the meditative quality of her work. This exhibit presents Adams’ drawings alongside an array of unique domestic objects from the Sheldon Museum’s collection, exploring how emotions become attached to the objects we use. As a history and art museum, the Sheldon celebrates the combination of personal stories and artistic creativity represented in her work.

Miriam Adams received a B.A. in Art History from Barnard College in New York City, where she took studio courses at Columbia University. She has been working as an artist ever since and her work has been exhibited extensively in the Northeast, particularly in New York and Vermont, in many public and private collections. She works primarily in graphite and watercolor on paper.

The Henry Sheldon Museum is pleased to present this exhibition as part of 2020 Vision: Reflecting on a World-Changing Year, a statewide initiative of the Vermont Curators Group.

Miriam Adams’ drawings are available for purchase through the Sheldon Museum. Please contact Executive Director Bill Brooks at wbrooks@henrysheldonmuseum.org. The Sheldon Museum hopes to open by the end of the year, should COVID-19 restrictions allow, and "Drawing on the Past" will be available to view in-person at that time. The Sheldon Museum is located at One Park Street in downtown Middlebury across from the Ilsley Library. The Museum, Research Center, and Museum Store are temporarily closed in accordance with COVID-19 restrictions. For more information and reopening updates, visit www.henrysheldonmuseum.org.

Henry Sheldon Museum (online only), Middlebury

Nov
20
2020
– THRU –
Jan
2
2021

The Christmas Revels: All Shall Be Well Again

The Christmas Revels: All Shall Be Well Again

"The Christmas Revels," a beloved holiday tradition for the whole family since 1975, is back, and like you’ve never seen it before. This holiday season, Revels North proudly presents an animated short film called "The Christmas Revels: All Shall Be Well Again."

You can view a trailer for this film on our website:

https://www.revelsnorth.org/

You can rent "The Christmas Revels: All Shall Be Well Again" on Vimeo On Demand for $2.99, or purchase it for $9.99:

https://vimeo.com/ondemand/allshallbewellagain

You can also view "The Christmas Revels: All Shall Be Well Again" for free on CATV, where it will be broadcast fifteen times through the end of the year, beginning Thanksgiving Day at 2:00pm. These broadcasts will be followed by a showing of the 2019 production of "The Christmas Revels: An English Celebration of the Winter Solstice," the first Revels production at Lebanon Opera House. To view the complete CATV "Christmas Revels" double feature schedule, please visit:

https://www.revelsnorth.org/christmasrevels

Finally, the film is available to purchase as a DVD. In order to receive your DVD by December 21, please submit your pre-order request on the Revels North website by Wednesday, November 25.

As always, may "The Christmas Revels" bring joy, hope, and light to your holidays.

11/20/20 9:00am - 1/2/21 12:00am

Coming to Your Home This Holiday Season, Statewide

Dec
3
2020
– THRU –
Jan
9
2021

Annual Member Exhibit & Holiday Shoppe

Annual Member Exhibit & Holiday Shoppe

Chaffee Gallery Shoppe open
Thursday 12:00pm-4:00 pm
Friday 12:00pm-4:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am-2:00 pm

Holiday Member Exhibit on display and for sale. See our WALL OF SMALLS that make great gifts!
All who visit receive a FREE Ann Clark LTD cookie cutter specially customized for the Chaffee!
Spend $30 or more and get another free cookie cutter. Choose from our many in stock at The Chaffee.
Private shopping experience is available by appointment
802-775-0356

12/3/20 12:00pm - 1/9/21 4:00pm

Chaffee Art Center, Rutland

Dec
4
2020
– THRU –
Jan
15
2021

Winter White

Winter White

Winter White features the work of artists Julia Jensen, Matthew Monk, Hannah Morris, Erika Lawlor Schmidt, Hannah Sessions, Pamela Smith, and Susanne Strater and will be exhibited December 1st through January 15th at Northern Daughters Gallery in Vergennes, and January 16th to February 28th at the Annex Gallery at Village Wine and Coffee in Shelburne.

“As curators we approached this exhibit from an aesthetic standpoint, with the muted colors of winter putting emphasis on composition and texture of work. And though this element remains compelling within the body of work that has come together through this prompt, there is a sentiment that is threaded through the work as well. Many of the artists referenced their approach to embracing winter, as Vermonters must, and what it has to offer. It is true that in order to enjoy the sometimes nine-month period when snow may fly, it is helpful to follow winter’s lead. To do as winter does,” comment Sophie and Justine of Northern Daughters.

12/4/20 10:00am - 1/15/21 5:00pm

Northern Daughters Gallery, Vergennes

Nov
6
2020
– THRU –
Apr
18
2021

Woodstock Vermont Film Series

Woodstock Vermont Film Series

The 11th Annual Woodstock Vermont Film Series takes on a new look this year, with an online platform to stream our 15-film series.

Curated by Vermont filmmaker Jay Craven, inspired by the surrounding countryside, the Woodstock Vermont Film Series transports viewers to distinctive cultures, critical turning points in history, and destinations that share a strong sense of place. Through the medium of cinematography, we celebrate the diversity and joy of humanity and the powerful influence of place in our lives.

Most of the films will include the added benefit of a post-viewing interview of the director or participants in the film by Jay Craven.

Tickets and multi-film passes are available.

ON DEMAND STREAMING, Woodstock

Nov
11
2020
– THRU –
Jun
18
2021

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Cooper Hewitt offers free, dynamic educational programs for K–12 school groups. Our immersive learning experience is designed to align with city, state, and national learning standards. Drawing upon the museum’s exhibitions, design educators facilitate thoughtful discussions and activities focused on the process of design thinking. We empower students to view the world optimistically through the lens of design and to improve it by honing their design thinking abilities.

The virtual Design Field Trip experience is a 60-minute program in which K-12 students explore the design process, build connections to Cooper Hewitt’s collection, and foster a deeper understanding of brainstorming techniques and inclusive design. Our interactive field trip inspires the next generation of designers to take action in their community, build self-confidence and self-esteem, and learn how to harness their superpowers to create change for the better.

11/11/20 10:00am - 6/18/21 1:00pm

Virtual/Online, Outside Vermont

Saturday, December 5, 2020
Dec
5
2020

Gingerbread Showcase Reception

Gingerbread Showcase Reception

Come join us on December 5th for our Gingerbread Showcase Reception. Gingerbread entries will be on display from 12-2 pm and we hope you will vote on your favorite for the People's Choice award. All who attend receive a FREE Ann Clark Ltd Cookie Cutter customized special from the Chaffee! Hope to see you there!

12/5/20 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Chaffee Art Center, Rutland

Dec
5
2020

Virtual Vermont International Festival

Virtual Vermont International Festival

For 27 years, the Vermont International Festival has entertained and educated Vermonters about other cultures by providing three days of international music, dance, crafts and cuisine. This year, the festival will be going mostly virtual. Music and dance performances will be premiered online December 4-6 and craft vendors will participate in a special online Vermont International Festival Marketplace. The one LIVE component of this year’s festival will be International Cuisine which can pre-ordered online and then show up at your assigned time on Festival weekend at the O’Brien Center in Winooski to receive your delicious meals, appetizers, and/or desserts.

12/5/20 4:00pm - 8:00pm

North End Studios O'Brien Community Center and Online, Winooski

Dec
5
2020

Family Affair—Cabaret served up family-style

Family Affair—Cabaret served up family-style

Jennifer Jasper, Kate Whitehall and Bennington Performing Arts Center present:

Family Affair—Cabaret served up family-style
With Friends from Far and Near

Hosted live online by Jennifer Jasper
Dec. 5, 2020 at 8 pm EST (5 pm for our west coast family)

Get tickets at: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?show=119059

After ticket purchase you will receive a link to a private YouTube channel where the show will be hosted live.

All proceeds benefit Bennington Performing Arts Center!
Tickets are $10 per household.
For more information please go to https://www.facebook.com/FamilyAffairCabaret

Performers include: John Mullen (Seattle), Julia Francis (Seattle), Sharon Nyree Williams (Seattle), Greg Van Houten (Bennington), Jana Lillie (Bennington) and your host Jennifer Jasper!

Love them or hate them…they’re your family. Storytellers, dancers, writers, musicians and artists share their hilarious, twisted and ultimately relatable familial skeletons in their own unique way. During the show we pass a bucket to raise money for a local organization that helps our community “family.” All proceeds from this performance benefits Bennington Performing Arts Center. An amazing night that brings people together and leaves the audience talking about their own crazy families.

Please note that the show is for adults ages 16 and up. Not suitable for children.

12/5/20 8:00pm

Bennington Performing Arts Center, North Bennington

Dec
3
2020
– THRU –
Dec
6
2020

Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band

Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band

Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band is a confessional, cautionary, and occasionally humorous tale of Robbie Robertson’s young life and the creation of one of the most enduring groups in the history of popular music, The Band. The film is a moving story of Robertson’s personal journey, overcoming adversity and finding camaraderie alongside the four other men who would become his brothers in music and who together made their mark on music history. Once Were Brothers blends rare archival footage, photography, iconic songs and interviews with many of Robertson’s friends and collaborators including Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Martin Scorsese, Peter Gabriel, Taj Mahal, Dominique Robertson, Ronnie Hawkins, and more.

12/3/20 12:00am - 12/6/20 11:00pm

Online, Statewide

Oct
29
2020
– THRU –
Dec
8
2020

GLASSTASTIC 2021 Submissions

GLASSTASTIC 2021 Submissions

A celebration of imagination and ingenuity, GLASSTASTIC invites children in grades K-6 to dream up and draw fabulous imaginary creatures, a selection of which will be turned into sculptures by glass artists.

The sculptures and every drawing submitted will be exhibited at BMAC March 13 – June 13, 2021.

Download GLASSTASTIC guidelines and an entry form to submit your imaginary creature. You may submit up to two imaginary creatures. Just make sure to get them in before the December 8, 2020 deadline! Download them here: https://www.brattleboromuseum.org/2020/03/19/glasstastic-2021/

View selections from the 2019 version of GLASSTASTIC.

Questions? Email glasstastic@brattleboromuseum.org

Brattleboro Museum and Art Center Website, Brattleboro

Nov
16
2020
– THRU –
Dec
16
2020

NOVEMBER: Estonian Folklore

NOVEMBER: Estonian Folklore

NOVEMBER (2017). Directed by RAINER SARNET, Winner of Best Cinematography Award at the Tribeca Film Festival. Virtual Tickets are $4.99 for 3 days of viewing.

A breathtaking dark fairytale about tender feelings in a brutal metaphysical environment, where ghosts roam free and people have to find their way through a chaotic jungle of co-existing and competing religious beliefs. The story takes place during the bygone feudal era in Estonia, when peasants had to earn their keep under the rule of the German landlords. Peasant girl Liina falls for a farmboy, Hans, but Hans is infatuated with the young baroness. This unrequited love causes Liina to run around wildly at night as a werewolf, to make his secret desires come true, Hans tries to employ a kratt – a fantastic being made of discarded household items and endowed with a soul by the devil, and the young baroness’ fate hangs by a thread when she spends her nights sleepwalking on the manor roof.

Adapted from Andrus Kivirahk’s novel, Rehepapp, with a visual concept based on Estonian photographer Johannes Pääsuke’s farmer photographs from the beginning of the 20th century, the film’s transfixing cinematography is reminiscent of Ingmar Bergman's Seventh Seal, and Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man. Shot in black and white and infrared on a menagerie of different cameras, lenses, and formats, both film and digital, with high-contrast lighting that makes even the human townsfolk look like specters in a dark, hostile world. Every frame of November stands alone as a haunting photograph, a reminder of a not-long-ago humanity riddled with conflicting superstition, the plague, and a more recognizable affliction: greed.

11/16/20 12:00am - 12/16/20 12:00am

Epsilon Spires Virtual Cinema, Brattleboro