Arts Calendar: Northern Vermont
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The award-winning St. Johnsbury Academy Theatre presents an all-student production of "Amelie: the Musical", based on the charming movie starring Audrey Tatou.
Amélie is an extraordinary young woman who lives quietly in the world but loudly in her mind. She covertly improvises small but surprising acts of kindness that bring joy and mayhem. But when a chance at love comes her way, Amélie realizes that to find happiness she’ll have to risk everything and say what’s in her heart. Be inspired by this imaginative dreamer who finds her voice, discovers the power of connection, and sees possibility around every corner.
5/18/19 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy, Saint Johnsbury
JOIN US for a Bread+Puppet Procession at the Gallery with Peter Schumann and co. The Art Show runs May 3 thru June 9; open F, S, S 10am - 4pm. The Procession Festivities are Saturday May 18, 3pm and include bread and aioli along with the art and theater!
5/18/19 3:00pm - 5:00pm
GreenTARA Space, North Hero
Tickets start at $15, Students $10, and Seniors 20% off
The Samara Piano Quartet joins together four established musicians who have dedicated their professional lives to chamber music. The quartet takes its name from the winged seeds produced by the abundant maple trees surrounding their rehearsal studio in Keene, New Hampshire.
Established in the summer of 2017, Samara’s first visit to Highland Center for the Arts promises to be a thrilling performance, featuring works of Mozart, Turina, and Brahms.
This program features a pre-concert talk, at 6:00 PM in the Performance Studio, “Chamber Music Inside Out: The Creative Process Involved in Performing Someone Else’s Work.”
Funded in part by the New England States Touring program of the New England Foundation for the Arts, made possible with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts Regional Touring Program and the six New England state arts agencies.
5/18/19 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Highland Center for the Arts, Greensboro
A chance for appreciators of all ages to hear masterworks up close and personal in a fun, interactive setting where all are welcome to join post-concert for a meet-and-greet with the artists: Rachel Lee Priday (violin), Colin Brookes (viola), Yannick Rafalimanana (piano), and Jia Kim (cello)!
Program will include selections from:
Bach Goldberg Variations
Beethoven Trio Op.1 No.1
Brahms Piano Quartet Op. 60 in C minor
Bartok 6 Romanian Folk Dances
Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, 122 Hourglass Drive, Stowe
Elizabeth Billings is a collaborative maker and ikat weaver who loves, and creates, public art. She describes her installations as “an investigation of wonder.” She lives and works in Tunbridge.
Frank Woods is primarily a painter. His landscapes and Kimono paintings are closely linked in their shared exploration of line, tone, texture and composition. “For me, drawing is the foundation upon which all of this rests.” Frank lives in Montpelier.
Elizabeth Fram is a multi-disciplinary artist, relying heavily upon her drawing practice to inform her textiles. “I apply the formal principles of line, form, and color, in tandem with the textural qualities inherent in textiles to explore image and surface, separately and together, celebrating each for the qualities it contributes to elevate the other.” Elizabeth lives in Waterbury.
4/18/19 9:00am - 5/26/19 7:00pm
Highland Center for the Arts Gallery, Greensboro
Featuring works from Stowe Elementary, Stowe Middle School, Stowe High School, and guests Rumney Elementary in Middlesex. Join us for the opening reception Wednesday, May 1, 3pm-6pm, which will mark the 38th year of exhibiting local students' work in the galleries. All are welcome. Complimentary ice cream and refreshments will be served. In addition to enjoying the exhibit and tasty treats, reception guests will be invited to participate in an art activity.
5/1/19 10:00am - 6/1/19 5:00pm
Helen Day Art Center, Stowe
Featuring the extraordinary artistic talents of students in the greater Stowe area.
The show opens Wednesday, May 1st and runs through Saturday, June 1st. Stowe Elementary School, Middle School, High School and Mountain River School students exhibit their artwork along with students from this year’s guest school, Middlesex’s Rumney Memorial School.
The opening reception takes place at the Art Center on Wednesday, May 1 from 3:00pm-6:00pm and marks our 38th year of exhibiting local students’ work in the galleries. All are welcome. Complimentary ice cream will be served thanks to Ben and Jerry’s. In addition to enjoying the exhibit and refreshments, reception guests can also participate in an art activity. The community is invited to support area youth and discover the talents of these masters in the making.
The artwork includes a great variety of media and subject matter taught by dedicated art teachers: Kayla Hoffman, Stowe Elementary; Jennifer Anthony and Tim Waite, Stowe Middle School; Kate Crouse and Carleen Zimbalatti, Stowe High School; Jen Volansky, Mountain River School; and Jennifer Campbell, Rumney Memorial School.
The exhibition is made possible by our generous Sponsors: Cafe on Main, Hickok & Boardman Inc., Stowe Hardware, The Bagel, Woodbury Mountain Toys, Yellow Turtle, and Ben and Jerry’s; Media Sponsors: Stowe Reporter, StoweToday.com and X Press Print & Copy; and Grantors: National Endowment for the Arts and Vermont Arts Council.
Helen Day Art Center
Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00am- 5:00pm and by appointment
90 Pond St
Stowe, VT 05672
Helen Day Art Center
5/1/19 3:00pm - 6/1/19 11:59pm
90 Pond St., Stowe
West Branch Gallery and Sculpture Park is pleased to announce the opening of BIDING: Exploration and Expectation, a group exhibition of contemplative and quietly reflective non-objective paintings by Janis Pozzi Johnson and Charlie Bluett, accompanied by the sculptural hand-thrown porcelain vessels of ceramic artist Jennifer McCurdy. Exhibition will open May 4th, from 3-5pm, and the public is invited to attend. On view at 17 Towne Farm Lane, Stowe VT May 4th, 2019 - June 2, 2019.
West Branch Gallery and Sculpture Park, Stowe
Peter Schumann, Artist and Director of the Bread & Puppet Theater "Post Apocalyptic Dawn of Possibilitarians": The Dawn is the new republic that brings light into a crumbling republic of waste and warfare. It is the celebration of the possible light that must confront the current day darkness. The Possibilitarians are the dwarfs of the giantism system, the misfits in the billionaire universe, the underneath-the-above kids who stand up against the end-of-the-world politics. Possibilitarians of the world unite!
Art work includes giant woodcut banners and paintings, special event procession performance, live music, bread and aïoli, Cheap Art. Events include Bread & Puppet film night with Alexis Smith and Emily Anderson’s Fairy Card Readings. Art Show is May 3 to June 9, 2019. Procession Festivities with Bread & Aïoli are May 18, 3pm. http://breadandpuppet.org
5/3/19 11:00am - 6/9/19 4:00pm
GreenTARA Gallery, North Hero
Catamount Arts is pleased to present Debra Weisberg: Drawn to Touch, an exhibition of sculpture and works on paper on view in the Fried Family Gallery from April 27-June 14, 2019. A wine and cheese reception will be held on Sunday, April 28 from 4-5:30 pm, with remarks by the artist at 5 pm. All are welcome to attend.
Debra Weisberg: Drawn to Touch is an exhibition showcases the artist’s fascination with exploratory drawing as the basis for work that invokes a sense of touch. Using tape, fiber, fiberglass mesh, and hydrostone, she creates installations and stand-alone pieces that act both in collaboration and resistance to material. “All of my work is rooted in drawing,” Weisberg observes. It is her desire to establish sensory awareness of spatial relationships between the human body and material, one that is “dynamic, improvisational, and mutable.”
A native of Philadelphia, Debra Weisberg graduated from the Tyler School of Art and currently lives and works in the Boston area. Known both nationally and internationally for large installations and smaller works that explore drawing in physical terms, she has exhibited at the Paper Biennial in the Netherlands; the East Hampton Center for Contemporary Art in New York; and in numerous venues in the Boston area, including the Art Complex Museum, Boston Center for the Arts, Danforth Art, the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Gallery Kayafas, Lesley University, and the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University.
4/29/19 11:00am - 6/14/19 8:00pm
Catamount Arts, Saint Johnsbury