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Arts Calendar: Chittenden County

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Thursday, December 12, 2019
Nov
8
2019
– THRU –
Dec
26
2019

Visions of the Camino de Santiago

Visions of the Camino de Santiago

Melanie Brotz presents 15 paintings - impressions of the landscapes and surroundings she experienced this fall on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Her body of work is part of a group show at the Flynn Dog gallery presented by Art Tribe - a collective of women artists in the Burlington area.

11/8/19 8:00am - 12/26/19 7:00pm

Flynn Dog Gallery 208 Flynn Avenue, Burlington

Sep
14
2019
– THRU –
Jan
12
2020

Joel Barber & the Modern Decoy

Joel Barber & the Modern Decoy

UPCOMING EXHIBITION

Joel D. Barber, Swan, Havre de Grace, 1950. Watercolor and ink on paper, 17 7/16 x 23 9/16 in. Collection of Shelburne Museum, gift of J. Watson, Jr., Harry H., and Samuel B. Webb. 1952-192.388. Photography by Andy Duback.

This monographic exhibition is the first of its kind to focus on the life and artwork of architect, author, illustrator, and pioneering decoy collector Joel D. Barber (1876-1952). Featuring more than 100 decoys, drawings, historical photographs, and watercolors from Shelburne Museum’s extensive collection and archives, the exhibition will be organized into five thematic sections. The first section explores Barber’s introduction to the world of wildfowl decoys and his early collecting years. The next section focuses on the Art Deco-inspired watercolors he used to illustrate his groundbreaking first book Wild Fowl Decoys published in 1934. The third section chronicles his various attempts at trying to design the perfect “Modern” decoy, amalgams based on historical precedents found in his collection. The fourth section examines the numerous ways Barber exhibited his collection publicly to shine a spotlight on decoys, including: duck shows, art exhibitions, and the establishment of the world’s first decoy museum in 1947. Using existing watercolor portraits and measured drawings, the fifth and final section pieces together Barber’s unfinished second book The Decoys of North America, an ambitious project that consumed the final three years of his life.

Shelburne Museum, Shelburne

Nov
9
2019
– THRU –
Mar
8
2020

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography celebrates the work of 14 international and national contemporary artists who use the darkroom as a type of laboratory and find inspiration in the vast array of 19th-century photographic processes, from daguerreotypes to photograms. Experimenting with the mutable medium of photography and employing a variety of materials—from cyanotype dresses made of tamale wrappers to a three-dimensional shelter displaying tintype portraits—these artists depict familiar subjects of landscapes, portraiture, and still life through a contemporary lens.

Shelburne Museum, Shelburne

Friday, December 13, 2019
Dec
13
2019
– THRU –
Dec
14
2019

BCA Holiday Artist Market 2019

BCA Holiday Artist Market 2019

Friday, December 13 from 4-8 pm
Saturday, December 14 from 10 am-4 pm
Contois Auditorium

BCA's 2019 Holiday Artist Market brings together established and emerging artists and makers working in Vermont. The market showcases a diverse shopping experience with ceramics, clothing, fine art, print, photography, jewelry, accessories, and more. This two-day event includes 36 local artists, festive films on view, holiday snacks, and delicious Brio coffee served on Saturday.

12/13/19 4:00pm - 12/14/19 4:00pm

Contois Auditorium, Burlington

Nov
8
2019
– THRU –
Dec
26
2019

Visions of the Camino de Santiago

Visions of the Camino de Santiago

Melanie Brotz presents 15 paintings - impressions of the landscapes and surroundings she experienced this fall on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Her body of work is part of a group show at the Flynn Dog gallery presented by Art Tribe - a collective of women artists in the Burlington area.

11/8/19 8:00am - 12/26/19 7:00pm

Flynn Dog Gallery 208 Flynn Avenue, Burlington

Sep
14
2019
– THRU –
Jan
12
2020

Joel Barber & the Modern Decoy

Joel Barber & the Modern Decoy

UPCOMING EXHIBITION

Joel D. Barber, Swan, Havre de Grace, 1950. Watercolor and ink on paper, 17 7/16 x 23 9/16 in. Collection of Shelburne Museum, gift of J. Watson, Jr., Harry H., and Samuel B. Webb. 1952-192.388. Photography by Andy Duback.

This monographic exhibition is the first of its kind to focus on the life and artwork of architect, author, illustrator, and pioneering decoy collector Joel D. Barber (1876-1952). Featuring more than 100 decoys, drawings, historical photographs, and watercolors from Shelburne Museum’s extensive collection and archives, the exhibition will be organized into five thematic sections. The first section explores Barber’s introduction to the world of wildfowl decoys and his early collecting years. The next section focuses on the Art Deco-inspired watercolors he used to illustrate his groundbreaking first book Wild Fowl Decoys published in 1934. The third section chronicles his various attempts at trying to design the perfect “Modern” decoy, amalgams based on historical precedents found in his collection. The fourth section examines the numerous ways Barber exhibited his collection publicly to shine a spotlight on decoys, including: duck shows, art exhibitions, and the establishment of the world’s first decoy museum in 1947. Using existing watercolor portraits and measured drawings, the fifth and final section pieces together Barber’s unfinished second book The Decoys of North America, an ambitious project that consumed the final three years of his life.

Shelburne Museum, Shelburne

Nov
9
2019
– THRU –
Mar
8
2020

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography celebrates the work of 14 international and national contemporary artists who use the darkroom as a type of laboratory and find inspiration in the vast array of 19th-century photographic processes, from daguerreotypes to photograms. Experimenting with the mutable medium of photography and employing a variety of materials—from cyanotype dresses made of tamale wrappers to a three-dimensional shelter displaying tintype portraits—these artists depict familiar subjects of landscapes, portraiture, and still life through a contemporary lens.

Shelburne Museum, Shelburne

Saturday, December 14, 2019
Dec
13
2019
– THRU –
Dec
14
2019

BCA Holiday Artist Market 2019

BCA Holiday Artist Market 2019

Friday, December 13 from 4-8 pm
Saturday, December 14 from 10 am-4 pm
Contois Auditorium

BCA's 2019 Holiday Artist Market brings together established and emerging artists and makers working in Vermont. The market showcases a diverse shopping experience with ceramics, clothing, fine art, print, photography, jewelry, accessories, and more. This two-day event includes 36 local artists, festive films on view, holiday snacks, and delicious Brio coffee served on Saturday.

12/13/19 4:00pm - 12/14/19 4:00pm

Contois Auditorium, Burlington

Dec
14
2019

Book signing for The House that Santa (Almost) Missed

Book signing for The House that Santa (Almost) Missed

Join us for a holiday book signing featuring The House that Santa (Almost) Missed, a heartwarming story for young and old by Vermont author and illustrator Paul Laud. The House that Santa (Almost) Missed is a whimsical, rhyming tale about a Christmas Eve snow storm which buries one house so deep that Santa winds up passing it by. The story ends with a happy lesson about love and magic, and sharing from the heart.

12/14/19 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Phoenix Books Essex (2 Carmichael St.), Essex Junction

Dec
14
2019

Solaris Vocal Ensemble - Sing We Now of Christmas

Solaris Vocal Ensemble - Sing We Now of Christmas

Solaris Vocal Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Dawn Willis, Artistic Director, will present Sing We Now of Christmas Holiday Concerts at the Waterbury Congregational Church on Friday, December 13th at 7:30 pm, the Charlotte Congregational Church on Saturday, December 14th at 7:30 pm and at the College St. Congregational Church, Burlington on Sunday, December 15th at 3:00 pm. The concert will feature Dominick Argento’s exuberant Gloria.  Argento passed away earlier this year and Solaris will be paying tribute to this Pulitzer Prize winning composer.  Also featured is renowned harpist Rebecca Kauffman who will join Solaris for several pieces including a newly-composed arrangement of O Come, O Come Emmanuel by Solaris tenor James Stewart.  Eric Whitacre’s stunning Lux Aurumque, excerpts from Felix Mendelssohn’s Christus and Randall Thompson’s stirring interpretation of the classic Robert Frost poem, Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening will make for a stirring and joyful holiday performance not soon to be forgotten. Tickets are available at flynntix.org and at the door.  For more information please visit –www.SolarisEnsemble.org

12/14/19 7:30pm

Charlotte Congregational Church, Charlotte

Nov
8
2019
– THRU –
Dec
26
2019

Visions of the Camino de Santiago

Visions of the Camino de Santiago

Melanie Brotz presents 15 paintings - impressions of the landscapes and surroundings she experienced this fall on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Her body of work is part of a group show at the Flynn Dog gallery presented by Art Tribe - a collective of women artists in the Burlington area.

11/8/19 8:00am - 12/26/19 7:00pm

Flynn Dog Gallery 208 Flynn Avenue, Burlington

Sep
14
2019
– THRU –
Jan
12
2020

Joel Barber & the Modern Decoy

Joel Barber & the Modern Decoy

UPCOMING EXHIBITION

Joel D. Barber, Swan, Havre de Grace, 1950. Watercolor and ink on paper, 17 7/16 x 23 9/16 in. Collection of Shelburne Museum, gift of J. Watson, Jr., Harry H., and Samuel B. Webb. 1952-192.388. Photography by Andy Duback.

This monographic exhibition is the first of its kind to focus on the life and artwork of architect, author, illustrator, and pioneering decoy collector Joel D. Barber (1876-1952). Featuring more than 100 decoys, drawings, historical photographs, and watercolors from Shelburne Museum’s extensive collection and archives, the exhibition will be organized into five thematic sections. The first section explores Barber’s introduction to the world of wildfowl decoys and his early collecting years. The next section focuses on the Art Deco-inspired watercolors he used to illustrate his groundbreaking first book Wild Fowl Decoys published in 1934. The third section chronicles his various attempts at trying to design the perfect “Modern” decoy, amalgams based on historical precedents found in his collection. The fourth section examines the numerous ways Barber exhibited his collection publicly to shine a spotlight on decoys, including: duck shows, art exhibitions, and the establishment of the world’s first decoy museum in 1947. Using existing watercolor portraits and measured drawings, the fifth and final section pieces together Barber’s unfinished second book The Decoys of North America, an ambitious project that consumed the final three years of his life.

Shelburne Museum, Shelburne

Nov
9
2019
– THRU –
Mar
8
2020

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography celebrates the work of 14 international and national contemporary artists who use the darkroom as a type of laboratory and find inspiration in the vast array of 19th-century photographic processes, from daguerreotypes to photograms. Experimenting with the mutable medium of photography and employing a variety of materials—from cyanotype dresses made of tamale wrappers to a three-dimensional shelter displaying tintype portraits—these artists depict familiar subjects of landscapes, portraiture, and still life through a contemporary lens.

Shelburne Museum, Shelburne

Sunday, December 15, 2019
Dec
15
2019

Solaris Vocal Ensemble - Sing We Now of Christmas

Solaris Vocal Ensemble - Sing We Now of Christmas

Solaris Vocal Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Dawn Willis, Artistic Director, will present Sing We Now of Christmas Holiday Concerts at the Waterbury Congregational Church on Friday, December 13th at 7:30 pm, the Charlotte Congregational Church on Saturday, December 14th at 7:30 pm and at the College St. Congregational Church, Burlington on Sunday, December 15th at 3:00 pm. The concert will feature Dominick Argento’s exuberant Gloria.  Argento passed away earlier this year and Solaris will be paying tribute to this Pulitzer Prize winning composer.  Also featured is renowned harpist Rebecca Kauffman who will join Solaris for several pieces including a newly-composed arrangement of O Come, O Come Emmanuel by Solaris tenor James Stewart.  Eric Whitacre’s stunning Lux Aurumque, excerpts from Felix Mendelssohn’s Christus and Randall Thompson’s stirring interpretation of the classic Robert Frost poem, Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening will make for a stirring and joyful holiday performance not soon to be forgotten. Tickets are available at flynntix.org and at the door.  For more information please visit –www.SolarisEnsemble.org

12/15/19 3:00pm

College St. Congregational Church, Burlington

Nov
8
2019
– THRU –
Dec
26
2019

Visions of the Camino de Santiago

Visions of the Camino de Santiago

Melanie Brotz presents 15 paintings - impressions of the landscapes and surroundings she experienced this fall on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Her body of work is part of a group show at the Flynn Dog gallery presented by Art Tribe - a collective of women artists in the Burlington area.

11/8/19 8:00am - 12/26/19 7:00pm

Flynn Dog Gallery 208 Flynn Avenue, Burlington

Sep
14
2019
– THRU –
Jan
12
2020

Joel Barber & the Modern Decoy

Joel Barber & the Modern Decoy

UPCOMING EXHIBITION

Joel D. Barber, Swan, Havre de Grace, 1950. Watercolor and ink on paper, 17 7/16 x 23 9/16 in. Collection of Shelburne Museum, gift of J. Watson, Jr., Harry H., and Samuel B. Webb. 1952-192.388. Photography by Andy Duback.

This monographic exhibition is the first of its kind to focus on the life and artwork of architect, author, illustrator, and pioneering decoy collector Joel D. Barber (1876-1952). Featuring more than 100 decoys, drawings, historical photographs, and watercolors from Shelburne Museum’s extensive collection and archives, the exhibition will be organized into five thematic sections. The first section explores Barber’s introduction to the world of wildfowl decoys and his early collecting years. The next section focuses on the Art Deco-inspired watercolors he used to illustrate his groundbreaking first book Wild Fowl Decoys published in 1934. The third section chronicles his various attempts at trying to design the perfect “Modern” decoy, amalgams based on historical precedents found in his collection. The fourth section examines the numerous ways Barber exhibited his collection publicly to shine a spotlight on decoys, including: duck shows, art exhibitions, and the establishment of the world’s first decoy museum in 1947. Using existing watercolor portraits and measured drawings, the fifth and final section pieces together Barber’s unfinished second book The Decoys of North America, an ambitious project that consumed the final three years of his life.

Shelburne Museum, Shelburne

Nov
9
2019
– THRU –
Mar
8
2020

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography celebrates the work of 14 international and national contemporary artists who use the darkroom as a type of laboratory and find inspiration in the vast array of 19th-century photographic processes, from daguerreotypes to photograms. Experimenting with the mutable medium of photography and employing a variety of materials—from cyanotype dresses made of tamale wrappers to a three-dimensional shelter displaying tintype portraits—these artists depict familiar subjects of landscapes, portraiture, and still life through a contemporary lens.

Shelburne Museum, Shelburne

Monday, December 16, 2019
Dec
16
2019

Daniel Laurent Feature: Voices Of Color Showcase

Daniel Laurent Feature: Voices Of Color Showcase

Salon Black Walnut & Rajnii Eddins team up to present Boston Filmaker and HipHop MC
*Daniel Laurent* performing a full set of his work including the awardwinning short Film "OUTSIDE" his personal expression on parenthood, gun violence, our culture and the impact on our youth and our communities.
Open Mic & Cypher Circle: Poets and MCs bring your work to share in the Voices Of Color Showcase
Doors 7pm, cocktails & food available, All Ages.
Suggested Donation $6-20

12/16/19 7:00pm - 9:00pm

LIGHT CLUB LAMP SHOP next to Radio Bean, Burlington

Dec
16
2019

Daniel Laurent presents OUTSIDE at Rajnii Eddins' Voices of Color Showcase

Daniel Laurent presents OUTSIDE at Rajnii Eddins' Voices of Color Showcase

Join the Cypher - come connect with DL & Rajnii at *Voices Of Color Showcase* at the Lit Club Lamp Shop, Burlington VT, Mon Dec 16, 7pm. Bring your best Lyrics & Bars to swap 16's in the Cypher and Talk Shop: Writing, Youth Work, Filmmaking & Cross Promotion with hip hop artist, filmaker and activist, Daniel Laurent.
MC's bring your CDs. All Ages!

12/16/19 7:00pm

Light Club Lamp Shop, Burlington

Nov
8
2019
– THRU –
Dec
26
2019

Visions of the Camino de Santiago

Visions of the Camino de Santiago

Melanie Brotz presents 15 paintings - impressions of the landscapes and surroundings she experienced this fall on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Her body of work is part of a group show at the Flynn Dog gallery presented by Art Tribe - a collective of women artists in the Burlington area.

11/8/19 8:00am - 12/26/19 7:00pm

Flynn Dog Gallery 208 Flynn Avenue, Burlington

Sep
14
2019
– THRU –
Jan
12
2020

Joel Barber & the Modern Decoy

Joel Barber & the Modern Decoy

UPCOMING EXHIBITION

Joel D. Barber, Swan, Havre de Grace, 1950. Watercolor and ink on paper, 17 7/16 x 23 9/16 in. Collection of Shelburne Museum, gift of J. Watson, Jr., Harry H., and Samuel B. Webb. 1952-192.388. Photography by Andy Duback.

This monographic exhibition is the first of its kind to focus on the life and artwork of architect, author, illustrator, and pioneering decoy collector Joel D. Barber (1876-1952). Featuring more than 100 decoys, drawings, historical photographs, and watercolors from Shelburne Museum’s extensive collection and archives, the exhibition will be organized into five thematic sections. The first section explores Barber’s introduction to the world of wildfowl decoys and his early collecting years. The next section focuses on the Art Deco-inspired watercolors he used to illustrate his groundbreaking first book Wild Fowl Decoys published in 1934. The third section chronicles his various attempts at trying to design the perfect “Modern” decoy, amalgams based on historical precedents found in his collection. The fourth section examines the numerous ways Barber exhibited his collection publicly to shine a spotlight on decoys, including: duck shows, art exhibitions, and the establishment of the world’s first decoy museum in 1947. Using existing watercolor portraits and measured drawings, the fifth and final section pieces together Barber’s unfinished second book The Decoys of North America, an ambitious project that consumed the final three years of his life.

Shelburne Museum, Shelburne

Nov
9
2019
– THRU –
Mar
8
2020

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography

Time Lapse: Contemporary Analog Photography celebrates the work of 14 international and national contemporary artists who use the darkroom as a type of laboratory and find inspiration in the vast array of 19th-century photographic processes, from daguerreotypes to photograms. Experimenting with the mutable medium of photography and employing a variety of materials—from cyanotype dresses made of tamale wrappers to a three-dimensional shelter displaying tintype portraits—these artists depict familiar subjects of landscapes, portraiture, and still life through a contemporary lens.

Shelburne Museum, Shelburne

Tuesday, December 17, 2019
Nov
19
2019
– THRU –
Dec
17
2019

Smart Artist Series

Smart Artist Series

The “Smart Artist Series,” presented by TheaterEngine, Big Heavy World and the Vermont Dance Alliance will feature three *free* evenings of professional development workshops for artists and creatives from throughout the state. Panels with Q&A will feature experienced regional professionals and topics of “digital marketing basics”, “seeking press exposure”, and fundraising. Following each workshop at 8pm, the hosts invite participants to gather for social networking at The Whiskey Room. The social mixer is hosted by the Chittenden Zone of the Vermont Creative Network.

Dominic Spillane, Founder and CEO of TheaterEngine, said “In order for artists and creative organizations to stay competitive in our complex economy, we have to get together, share information, and share our resources. We hope these workshops provide that opportunity, and that this is the beginning of something bigger.”

The presentations will be held 6-8pm on their respective dates (below) in the Lorraine B. Good room on the second floor of Burlington City Arts, 135 Church Street, Burlington. The informal social mixer will be hosted next door at The Whiskey Room, 173 College Street. Workshops are open to all ages; the social mixer is 21+. Both venues are wheelchair accessible. Light refreshments will be served at the workshops.

Theater Engine, Big Heavy World and the Vermont Dance Alliance are all working to improve the quality of life for Vermont artists, each providing a network and “hub” for Theater artists, Musicians, and Dancers alike. The three organizations are aligned to support and encourage Vermont artists to network and convene, for the purpose of developing a clearer understanding of public needs, and how our work as artists and arts educators, activists and leaders can address these needs and change. These three professional development workshops are a strong effort to help foster a thriving artistic community throughout the state. They are sharing the work of production and organization to provide an opportunity for creatives to learn, engage with one another, and take away tools and “next steps” to improve their access and outreach in our communities.

James Lockridge, Executive Director of Big Heavy World, said, "Creatives have a chance to add to their skills at these workshops, but also to see the power of collaboration in action. Getting to know your peers opens doors to friendship and to working with them and their unique resources. Everyone who comes will be making their own community bigger and stronger."

The event series is made possible with generous support from sponsors Community Capital of Vermont, Hark | Vermont Web Design and Digital Marketing, Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center; Burlington City Arts; Vermont Creative Network, Chittenden Zone; and with media support from 105.9FM The Radiator. Big Heavy World is also supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.

Hanna Satterlee, Founder and Director of Vermont Dance Alliance, said, “The VDA tag-line “Bringing Dance to Life” speaks to our vision to spotlight and enhance participation in all dance forms that are represented here in the state. In this exciting partnership with Theater Engine and Big Heavy World, we can expand the vision to help bring all performing arts to life during these three events!! Come to one or more of these evening workshops and socials to meet creatives from throughout the state and learn from professionals in the field; you never know what you might discover about yourself, another artist, or a practice that could help your career.”

EVENT REGISTRATION LINK: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/smart-artist-series-tickets-78025483321

Workshop 1 - November 19th from 6-8pm: Digital Marketing Basics
Speaker: Kylie Halpin: Director of Digital Marketing at Hark Digital in Burlington.
Speaker: Andy Butterfield (Director of Marketing and Communications at Weston Playhouse)
What digital tools matter to artists and artistic organizations? How can you be sure what’s working and what’s not? Kylie Halpin (Director of Digital Marketing at Hark in Burlington) and Andy Butterfield (Director of Marketing and Communications at Weston Playhouse) will discuss the basics of a digital foundation and how to use online tools to maximize your outreach. They will also talk about when, why, and how to spend money advertising online - and when not to. Participants will leave the workshop armed with immediately impactful action-items and relevant industry data to help inform future decisions.

Workshop 2 - December 3rd, from 6-8pm: Getting Press: How to be the story
Panelist: Pamela Polston, Coeditor/Associate Publisher, Seven Days
Panelist: Mary Engisch, Host/Reporter, Vermont Public Radio
Panelist: Galen Ettlin, Anchor/Reporter, WCAX
Media experts offer their insight about the most effective approaches to ‘earning press’ in print, radio and television. Pamela Polston is cofounder, coeditor and associate publisher of Seven Days. In 2015, she was inducted into the New England Newspaper Hall of Fame. Mary Engisch is the host and reporter for Weekend Edition Saturday and Weekend Edition Sunday on VPR and a director for Vermont Edition. From 2014-2018 she hosted Art Hounds, a weekly arts calendar segment. Galen Ettlin is an American Emmy-nominated Bilingual TV Anchor/Reporter/Producer, SPJ winner, and GLAAD award nominee. He anchors the Channel 3 News at 5:30 & 11 p.m. for WCAX in Burlington.

Workshop 3 - December 17th from 6-8pm: Artist Funding
Guest: Amanda Rafuse: Fundraising consultant and former Director of Development at Northern Stage
Guest: Alice Dodge: Executive Director for the VT Center for Arts and Learning
Guest: Abbey Salomon: Loan Officer at Community Capital of Vermont
Guest: Dominique Gustin: Artist Services Manager at the Vermont Arts Council
Smart Artist Hosts - Hanna Satterlee: Founder and Director of the Vermont Dance Alliance, James Lockridge: Founder and director of Big Heavy World, and Dominic Spillane: Founder of TheaterEngine.
Learn where to get funding as an artist or artistic organization. Grants, loans, memberships, sponsors, and fundraisers. What are the different opportunities for artist funding? What works for individual artists and what works for organizations? Hear from a group of experts with experience getting funding or granting funding to artists and creative organizations.

All workshops held at Burlington City Arts, 135 Church Street, Burlington. For more information contact Dominic Spillane, smartartistvt@gmail.com, (802) 222-0287.

ABOUT OUR HOSTS:

TheaterEngine (theaterengine.com): TheaterEngine’s mission is to make the performing arts a more accessible entertainment choice for people everywhere, while also creating a digital infrastructure of artists, production companies, venues and performing arts resources that will make the creation of live performance easier for everyone. Contact Dominic Spillane, dspillane@theaterengine.com, theaterengine.com

Big Heavy World (bigheavyworld.com): Big Heavy World is an independent nonprofit music development office working to archive and promote the original music of Vermont. With a crew of volunteers it publishes information about Vermont’s music industry, archives thousands of Vermont-made recordings, photographs and artifacts, and operates 105.9FM, a radio station highlighting the region’s creative community. Contact James Lockridge, jim@bigheavyworld.com, bigheavyworld.com

Vermont Dance Alliance (vermontdance.org): The Vermont Dance Alliance is a foundation for Vermont dancers and a public platform for dance in Vermont. The alliance cultivates deeper relationships between its members, and helps to foster a thriving artistic community throughout the state. Contact Hanna Satterlee, info@vermontdance.org, vermontdance.org

11/19/19 6:00pm - 12/17/19 8:00pm

Burlington City Arts, Burlington

Nov
8
2019
– THRU –
Dec
26
2019

Visions of the Camino de Santiago

Visions of the Camino de Santiago

Melanie Brotz presents 15 paintings - impressions of the landscapes and surroundings she experienced this fall on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Her body of work is part of a group show at the Flynn Dog gallery presented by Art Tribe - a collective of women artists in the Burlington area.

11/8/19 8:00am - 12/26/19 7:00pm

Flynn Dog Gallery 208 Flynn Avenue, Burlington