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Arts Calendar: Chittenden County

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Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Mar
4
2020

The Poetics of Protest in Nina Simone’s “Mississippi Goddam!”

The Poetics of Protest in Nina Simone’s “Mississippi Goddam!”

In 1964, Nina Simone performed the protest song “Mississippi Goddam!” at Carnegie Hall in front of mostly white audiences. When the live recording was released, many radio stations destroyed the albums. Middlebury professor Matthew Evan Taylor discusses how Simone’s protest is found not only in her words, but also in the musical structure. Part of the First Wednesdays series, a Vermont Humanities Council program hosted by Brownell Library in partnership with Middlebury College and the Mellon Foundation.

3/4/20 7:00pm

Brownell Library, Essex Junction

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

Feb
15
2020
– THRU –
Apr
26
2020

ANEW Exhibition

ANEW Exhibition

Inclusive Arts Vermont presents ANEW, a traveling exhibition of work by 29 Vermont artists with disabilities. All of the artwork included represents the artists’ interpretation of the title, highlighting beginnings, doorways, fresh starts, and opportunity. The show will travel statewide throughout 2020, opening at the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington on February 15th.

Included Artists:
· Anthony Vito Jacinto
· Aurora Berger
· Carol Langstaff
· Cindy Blakeslee
· Colin Fulchino
· Cristina Clarimon
· Gwendolyn Evans
· Gyllian Rae Svensson
· James Prim
· Jean Cherouny
· Jeffrey J. Hill
· Jessica Greenwald
· Joel Bertelson
· John Killacky
· Karen J. Lloyd
· Kat Pringles
· Kent Corduan
· Kristen Wiley
· Liana Pederzani
· Lissa Nilsson
· Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
· Marguerite Adelman
· Michael Leavitt
· Paul Betz
· Persephone Ringgenberg
· Randall Neal
· Robert Gold
· Susan Williams
· Willow Bascom

ACCESSIBILITY:
The opening reception will feature written verbal description, tactile representation of selected works, audio tours, braille, large print, ASL interpretation, and a quiet space.
Please make additional requests by contacting Katie Miller at info@inclusiveartsvermont.org or 802-871-5002 by February 1.

All exhibition host galleries are physically accessible. As it travels, ANEW will provide accessible program and communication features including verbal descriptions, audio tours, large print, braille, and gallery tours.

For more information, please contact:
Katie Miller, Executive Director
Inclusive Arts Vermont
katie@inclusiveartsvermont.org
802-871-5002

Flynn Center, Burlington

Thursday, March 5, 2020
Mar
5
2020

Vanessa Compton | 'PASSAGE' Opening Reception

Vanessa Compton | 'PASSAGE' Opening Reception

Join us on Thursday, March 5th from 6-8pm to celebrate the opening of "PASSAGE," Vanessa Compton's first solo exhibition at Soapbox Arts!

___________________________________

Vanessa Compton currently maintains a semi-nomadic lifestyle, creating art throughout the American West and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Drawn to rural environments where landscapes are vast and people are few, Compton grew up in northern Vermont where her singer-songwriter father and artist mother inspired her to create from an early age. She devoted her school years to theater, sculpture, cello and world music. Compton has lived in Dakar, Senegal studying the Kora and its influence on hip hop music, and Kumasi, Ghana learning palm wine guitar with a living master.

Compton’s most recent collages address themes of social justice through the lenses of gender, race, and implicit personal privilege. interested in exploring the places where systems of oppression interlock and intersect, Compton’s work traces the historical roots of racist & genocidal ideologies in the U.S. Discovering power in grief, “PASSAGE” suggests that in accountability lies a possibility for positive change.

3/5/20 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Soapbox Arts, Burlington

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

Mar
5
2020
– THRU –
Apr
25
2020

Vanessa Compton | "PASSAGE" at Soapbox Arts

Vanessa Compton | "PASSAGE" at Soapbox Arts

Join us on Thursday, March 5th from 6-8pm to celebrate the opening of "PASSAGE," Vanessa Compton's first solo exhibition at Soapbox Arts!
_____________________________________

"PASSAGE" is on view March 5th through April 25th, 2020 at Soapbox Arts

Before recently putting down roots in Burlington, VT, Vanessa Compton maintained a semi-nomadic lifestyle for many years, creating art throughout the American West and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Drawn to rural environments where landscapes are vast and people are few, Compton grew up in northern Vermont where her singer-songwriter father and artist mother inspired her to create from an early age. She devoted her school years to theater, sculpture, cello and world music. Compton has lived in Dakar, Senegal studying the Kora and its influence on hip hop music, and Kumasi, Ghana learning palm wine guitar with a living master.

Compton’s most recent collages address themes of social justice through the lenses of gender, race, and implicit personal privilege. Interested in exploring the places where systems of oppression interlock and intersect, Compton’s work traces the historical roots of racist & genocidal ideologies in the U.S. Discovering power in grief, “PASSAGE” suggests that in accountability lies a possibility for positive change.

3/5/20 11:00am - 4/25/20 5:00pm

Soapbox Arts, Burlington

Feb
15
2020
– THRU –
Apr
26
2020

ANEW Exhibition

ANEW Exhibition

Inclusive Arts Vermont presents ANEW, a traveling exhibition of work by 29 Vermont artists with disabilities. All of the artwork included represents the artists’ interpretation of the title, highlighting beginnings, doorways, fresh starts, and opportunity. The show will travel statewide throughout 2020, opening at the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington on February 15th.

Included Artists:
· Anthony Vito Jacinto
· Aurora Berger
· Carol Langstaff
· Cindy Blakeslee
· Colin Fulchino
· Cristina Clarimon
· Gwendolyn Evans
· Gyllian Rae Svensson
· James Prim
· Jean Cherouny
· Jeffrey J. Hill
· Jessica Greenwald
· Joel Bertelson
· John Killacky
· Karen J. Lloyd
· Kat Pringles
· Kent Corduan
· Kristen Wiley
· Liana Pederzani
· Lissa Nilsson
· Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
· Marguerite Adelman
· Michael Leavitt
· Paul Betz
· Persephone Ringgenberg
· Randall Neal
· Robert Gold
· Susan Williams
· Willow Bascom

ACCESSIBILITY:
The opening reception will feature written verbal description, tactile representation of selected works, audio tours, braille, large print, ASL interpretation, and a quiet space.
Please make additional requests by contacting Katie Miller at info@inclusiveartsvermont.org or 802-871-5002 by February 1.

All exhibition host galleries are physically accessible. As it travels, ANEW will provide accessible program and communication features including verbal descriptions, audio tours, large print, braille, and gallery tours.

For more information, please contact:
Katie Miller, Executive Director
Inclusive Arts Vermont
katie@inclusiveartsvermont.org
802-871-5002

Flynn Center, Burlington

Friday, March 6, 2020
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

Mar
5
2020
– THRU –
Apr
25
2020

Vanessa Compton | "PASSAGE" at Soapbox Arts

Vanessa Compton | "PASSAGE" at Soapbox Arts

Join us on Thursday, March 5th from 6-8pm to celebrate the opening of "PASSAGE," Vanessa Compton's first solo exhibition at Soapbox Arts!
_____________________________________

"PASSAGE" is on view March 5th through April 25th, 2020 at Soapbox Arts

Before recently putting down roots in Burlington, VT, Vanessa Compton maintained a semi-nomadic lifestyle for many years, creating art throughout the American West and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Drawn to rural environments where landscapes are vast and people are few, Compton grew up in northern Vermont where her singer-songwriter father and artist mother inspired her to create from an early age. She devoted her school years to theater, sculpture, cello and world music. Compton has lived in Dakar, Senegal studying the Kora and its influence on hip hop music, and Kumasi, Ghana learning palm wine guitar with a living master.

Compton’s most recent collages address themes of social justice through the lenses of gender, race, and implicit personal privilege. Interested in exploring the places where systems of oppression interlock and intersect, Compton’s work traces the historical roots of racist & genocidal ideologies in the U.S. Discovering power in grief, “PASSAGE” suggests that in accountability lies a possibility for positive change.

3/5/20 11:00am - 4/25/20 5:00pm

Soapbox Arts, Burlington

Feb
15
2020
– THRU –
Apr
26
2020

ANEW Exhibition

ANEW Exhibition

Inclusive Arts Vermont presents ANEW, a traveling exhibition of work by 29 Vermont artists with disabilities. All of the artwork included represents the artists’ interpretation of the title, highlighting beginnings, doorways, fresh starts, and opportunity. The show will travel statewide throughout 2020, opening at the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington on February 15th.

Included Artists:
· Anthony Vito Jacinto
· Aurora Berger
· Carol Langstaff
· Cindy Blakeslee
· Colin Fulchino
· Cristina Clarimon
· Gwendolyn Evans
· Gyllian Rae Svensson
· James Prim
· Jean Cherouny
· Jeffrey J. Hill
· Jessica Greenwald
· Joel Bertelson
· John Killacky
· Karen J. Lloyd
· Kat Pringles
· Kent Corduan
· Kristen Wiley
· Liana Pederzani
· Lissa Nilsson
· Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
· Marguerite Adelman
· Michael Leavitt
· Paul Betz
· Persephone Ringgenberg
· Randall Neal
· Robert Gold
· Susan Williams
· Willow Bascom

ACCESSIBILITY:
The opening reception will feature written verbal description, tactile representation of selected works, audio tours, braille, large print, ASL interpretation, and a quiet space.
Please make additional requests by contacting Katie Miller at info@inclusiveartsvermont.org or 802-871-5002 by February 1.

All exhibition host galleries are physically accessible. As it travels, ANEW will provide accessible program and communication features including verbal descriptions, audio tours, large print, braille, and gallery tours.

For more information, please contact:
Katie Miller, Executive Director
Inclusive Arts Vermont
katie@inclusiveartsvermont.org
802-871-5002

Flynn Center, Burlington

Saturday, March 7, 2020
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

Mar
5
2020
– THRU –
Apr
25
2020

Vanessa Compton | "PASSAGE" at Soapbox Arts

Vanessa Compton | "PASSAGE" at Soapbox Arts

Join us on Thursday, March 5th from 6-8pm to celebrate the opening of "PASSAGE," Vanessa Compton's first solo exhibition at Soapbox Arts!
_____________________________________

"PASSAGE" is on view March 5th through April 25th, 2020 at Soapbox Arts

Before recently putting down roots in Burlington, VT, Vanessa Compton maintained a semi-nomadic lifestyle for many years, creating art throughout the American West and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Drawn to rural environments where landscapes are vast and people are few, Compton grew up in northern Vermont where her singer-songwriter father and artist mother inspired her to create from an early age. She devoted her school years to theater, sculpture, cello and world music. Compton has lived in Dakar, Senegal studying the Kora and its influence on hip hop music, and Kumasi, Ghana learning palm wine guitar with a living master.

Compton’s most recent collages address themes of social justice through the lenses of gender, race, and implicit personal privilege. Interested in exploring the places where systems of oppression interlock and intersect, Compton’s work traces the historical roots of racist & genocidal ideologies in the U.S. Discovering power in grief, “PASSAGE” suggests that in accountability lies a possibility for positive change.

3/5/20 11:00am - 4/25/20 5:00pm

Soapbox Arts, Burlington

Feb
15
2020
– THRU –
Apr
26
2020

ANEW Exhibition

ANEW Exhibition

Inclusive Arts Vermont presents ANEW, a traveling exhibition of work by 29 Vermont artists with disabilities. All of the artwork included represents the artists’ interpretation of the title, highlighting beginnings, doorways, fresh starts, and opportunity. The show will travel statewide throughout 2020, opening at the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington on February 15th.

Included Artists:
· Anthony Vito Jacinto
· Aurora Berger
· Carol Langstaff
· Cindy Blakeslee
· Colin Fulchino
· Cristina Clarimon
· Gwendolyn Evans
· Gyllian Rae Svensson
· James Prim
· Jean Cherouny
· Jeffrey J. Hill
· Jessica Greenwald
· Joel Bertelson
· John Killacky
· Karen J. Lloyd
· Kat Pringles
· Kent Corduan
· Kristen Wiley
· Liana Pederzani
· Lissa Nilsson
· Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
· Marguerite Adelman
· Michael Leavitt
· Paul Betz
· Persephone Ringgenberg
· Randall Neal
· Robert Gold
· Susan Williams
· Willow Bascom

ACCESSIBILITY:
The opening reception will feature written verbal description, tactile representation of selected works, audio tours, braille, large print, ASL interpretation, and a quiet space.
Please make additional requests by contacting Katie Miller at info@inclusiveartsvermont.org or 802-871-5002 by February 1.

All exhibition host galleries are physically accessible. As it travels, ANEW will provide accessible program and communication features including verbal descriptions, audio tours, large print, braille, and gallery tours.

For more information, please contact:
Katie Miller, Executive Director
Inclusive Arts Vermont
katie@inclusiveartsvermont.org
802-871-5002

Flynn Center, Burlington

Sunday, March 8, 2020
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

Feb
15
2020
– THRU –
Apr
26
2020

ANEW Exhibition

ANEW Exhibition

Inclusive Arts Vermont presents ANEW, a traveling exhibition of work by 29 Vermont artists with disabilities. All of the artwork included represents the artists’ interpretation of the title, highlighting beginnings, doorways, fresh starts, and opportunity. The show will travel statewide throughout 2020, opening at the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington on February 15th.

Included Artists:
· Anthony Vito Jacinto
· Aurora Berger
· Carol Langstaff
· Cindy Blakeslee
· Colin Fulchino
· Cristina Clarimon
· Gwendolyn Evans
· Gyllian Rae Svensson
· James Prim
· Jean Cherouny
· Jeffrey J. Hill
· Jessica Greenwald
· Joel Bertelson
· John Killacky
· Karen J. Lloyd
· Kat Pringles
· Kent Corduan
· Kristen Wiley
· Liana Pederzani
· Lissa Nilsson
· Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
· Marguerite Adelman
· Michael Leavitt
· Paul Betz
· Persephone Ringgenberg
· Randall Neal
· Robert Gold
· Susan Williams
· Willow Bascom

ACCESSIBILITY:
The opening reception will feature written verbal description, tactile representation of selected works, audio tours, braille, large print, ASL interpretation, and a quiet space.
Please make additional requests by contacting Katie Miller at info@inclusiveartsvermont.org or 802-871-5002 by February 1.

All exhibition host galleries are physically accessible. As it travels, ANEW will provide accessible program and communication features including verbal descriptions, audio tours, large print, braille, and gallery tours.

For more information, please contact:
Katie Miller, Executive Director
Inclusive Arts Vermont
katie@inclusiveartsvermont.org
802-871-5002

Flynn Center, Burlington

Monday, March 9, 2020
Feb
15
2020
– THRU –
Apr
26
2020

ANEW Exhibition

ANEW Exhibition

Inclusive Arts Vermont presents ANEW, a traveling exhibition of work by 29 Vermont artists with disabilities. All of the artwork included represents the artists’ interpretation of the title, highlighting beginnings, doorways, fresh starts, and opportunity. The show will travel statewide throughout 2020, opening at the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington on February 15th.

Included Artists:
· Anthony Vito Jacinto
· Aurora Berger
· Carol Langstaff
· Cindy Blakeslee
· Colin Fulchino
· Cristina Clarimon
· Gwendolyn Evans
· Gyllian Rae Svensson
· James Prim
· Jean Cherouny
· Jeffrey J. Hill
· Jessica Greenwald
· Joel Bertelson
· John Killacky
· Karen J. Lloyd
· Kat Pringles
· Kent Corduan
· Kristen Wiley
· Liana Pederzani
· Lissa Nilsson
· Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
· Marguerite Adelman
· Michael Leavitt
· Paul Betz
· Persephone Ringgenberg
· Randall Neal
· Robert Gold
· Susan Williams
· Willow Bascom

ACCESSIBILITY:
The opening reception will feature written verbal description, tactile representation of selected works, audio tours, braille, large print, ASL interpretation, and a quiet space.
Please make additional requests by contacting Katie Miller at info@inclusiveartsvermont.org or 802-871-5002 by February 1.

All exhibition host galleries are physically accessible. As it travels, ANEW will provide accessible program and communication features including verbal descriptions, audio tours, large print, braille, and gallery tours.

For more information, please contact:
Katie Miller, Executive Director
Inclusive Arts Vermont
katie@inclusiveartsvermont.org
802-871-5002

Flynn Center, Burlington

Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Feb
15
2020
– THRU –
Apr
26
2020

ANEW Exhibition

ANEW Exhibition

Inclusive Arts Vermont presents ANEW, a traveling exhibition of work by 29 Vermont artists with disabilities. All of the artwork included represents the artists’ interpretation of the title, highlighting beginnings, doorways, fresh starts, and opportunity. The show will travel statewide throughout 2020, opening at the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington on February 15th.

Included Artists:
· Anthony Vito Jacinto
· Aurora Berger
· Carol Langstaff
· Cindy Blakeslee
· Colin Fulchino
· Cristina Clarimon
· Gwendolyn Evans
· Gyllian Rae Svensson
· James Prim
· Jean Cherouny
· Jeffrey J. Hill
· Jessica Greenwald
· Joel Bertelson
· John Killacky
· Karen J. Lloyd
· Kat Pringles
· Kent Corduan
· Kristen Wiley
· Liana Pederzani
· Lissa Nilsson
· Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
· Marguerite Adelman
· Michael Leavitt
· Paul Betz
· Persephone Ringgenberg
· Randall Neal
· Robert Gold
· Susan Williams
· Willow Bascom

ACCESSIBILITY:
The opening reception will feature written verbal description, tactile representation of selected works, audio tours, braille, large print, ASL interpretation, and a quiet space.
Please make additional requests by contacting Katie Miller at info@inclusiveartsvermont.org or 802-871-5002 by February 1.

All exhibition host galleries are physically accessible. As it travels, ANEW will provide accessible program and communication features including verbal descriptions, audio tours, large print, braille, and gallery tours.

For more information, please contact:
Katie Miller, Executive Director
Inclusive Arts Vermont
katie@inclusiveartsvermont.org
802-871-5002

Flynn Center, Burlington

Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Feb
15
2020
– THRU –
Apr
26
2020

ANEW Exhibition

ANEW Exhibition

Inclusive Arts Vermont presents ANEW, a traveling exhibition of work by 29 Vermont artists with disabilities. All of the artwork included represents the artists’ interpretation of the title, highlighting beginnings, doorways, fresh starts, and opportunity. The show will travel statewide throughout 2020, opening at the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington on February 15th.

Included Artists:
· Anthony Vito Jacinto
· Aurora Berger
· Carol Langstaff
· Cindy Blakeslee
· Colin Fulchino
· Cristina Clarimon
· Gwendolyn Evans
· Gyllian Rae Svensson
· James Prim
· Jean Cherouny
· Jeffrey J. Hill
· Jessica Greenwald
· Joel Bertelson
· John Killacky
· Karen J. Lloyd
· Kat Pringles
· Kent Corduan
· Kristen Wiley
· Liana Pederzani
· Lissa Nilsson
· Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
· Marguerite Adelman
· Michael Leavitt
· Paul Betz
· Persephone Ringgenberg
· Randall Neal
· Robert Gold
· Susan Williams
· Willow Bascom

ACCESSIBILITY:
The opening reception will feature written verbal description, tactile representation of selected works, audio tours, braille, large print, ASL interpretation, and a quiet space.
Please make additional requests by contacting Katie Miller at info@inclusiveartsvermont.org or 802-871-5002 by February 1.

All exhibition host galleries are physically accessible. As it travels, ANEW will provide accessible program and communication features including verbal descriptions, audio tours, large print, braille, and gallery tours.

For more information, please contact:
Katie Miller, Executive Director
Inclusive Arts Vermont
katie@inclusiveartsvermont.org
802-871-5002

Flynn Center, Burlington

Thursday, March 12, 2020
Mar
5
2020
– THRU –
Apr
25
2020

Vanessa Compton | "PASSAGE" at Soapbox Arts

Vanessa Compton | "PASSAGE" at Soapbox Arts

Join us on Thursday, March 5th from 6-8pm to celebrate the opening of "PASSAGE," Vanessa Compton's first solo exhibition at Soapbox Arts!
_____________________________________

"PASSAGE" is on view March 5th through April 25th, 2020 at Soapbox Arts

Before recently putting down roots in Burlington, VT, Vanessa Compton maintained a semi-nomadic lifestyle for many years, creating art throughout the American West and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Drawn to rural environments where landscapes are vast and people are few, Compton grew up in northern Vermont where her singer-songwriter father and artist mother inspired her to create from an early age. She devoted her school years to theater, sculpture, cello and world music. Compton has lived in Dakar, Senegal studying the Kora and its influence on hip hop music, and Kumasi, Ghana learning palm wine guitar with a living master.

Compton’s most recent collages address themes of social justice through the lenses of gender, race, and implicit personal privilege. Interested in exploring the places where systems of oppression interlock and intersect, Compton’s work traces the historical roots of racist & genocidal ideologies in the U.S. Discovering power in grief, “PASSAGE” suggests that in accountability lies a possibility for positive change.

3/5/20 11:00am - 4/25/20 5:00pm

Soapbox Arts, Burlington

Feb
15
2020
– THRU –
Apr
26
2020

ANEW Exhibition

ANEW Exhibition

Inclusive Arts Vermont presents ANEW, a traveling exhibition of work by 29 Vermont artists with disabilities. All of the artwork included represents the artists’ interpretation of the title, highlighting beginnings, doorways, fresh starts, and opportunity. The show will travel statewide throughout 2020, opening at the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington on February 15th.

Included Artists:
· Anthony Vito Jacinto
· Aurora Berger
· Carol Langstaff
· Cindy Blakeslee
· Colin Fulchino
· Cristina Clarimon
· Gwendolyn Evans
· Gyllian Rae Svensson
· James Prim
· Jean Cherouny
· Jeffrey J. Hill
· Jessica Greenwald
· Joel Bertelson
· John Killacky
· Karen J. Lloyd
· Kat Pringles
· Kent Corduan
· Kristen Wiley
· Liana Pederzani
· Lissa Nilsson
· Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
· Marguerite Adelman
· Michael Leavitt
· Paul Betz
· Persephone Ringgenberg
· Randall Neal
· Robert Gold
· Susan Williams
· Willow Bascom

ACCESSIBILITY:
The opening reception will feature written verbal description, tactile representation of selected works, audio tours, braille, large print, ASL interpretation, and a quiet space.
Please make additional requests by contacting Katie Miller at info@inclusiveartsvermont.org or 802-871-5002 by February 1.

All exhibition host galleries are physically accessible. As it travels, ANEW will provide accessible program and communication features including verbal descriptions, audio tours, large print, braille, and gallery tours.

For more information, please contact:
Katie Miller, Executive Director
Inclusive Arts Vermont
katie@inclusiveartsvermont.org
802-871-5002

Flynn Center, Burlington

Friday, March 13, 2020
Mar
5
2020
– THRU –
Apr
25
2020

Vanessa Compton | "PASSAGE" at Soapbox Arts

Vanessa Compton | "PASSAGE" at Soapbox Arts

Join us on Thursday, March 5th from 6-8pm to celebrate the opening of "PASSAGE," Vanessa Compton's first solo exhibition at Soapbox Arts!
_____________________________________

"PASSAGE" is on view March 5th through April 25th, 2020 at Soapbox Arts

Before recently putting down roots in Burlington, VT, Vanessa Compton maintained a semi-nomadic lifestyle for many years, creating art throughout the American West and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Drawn to rural environments where landscapes are vast and people are few, Compton grew up in northern Vermont where her singer-songwriter father and artist mother inspired her to create from an early age. She devoted her school years to theater, sculpture, cello and world music. Compton has lived in Dakar, Senegal studying the Kora and its influence on hip hop music, and Kumasi, Ghana learning palm wine guitar with a living master.

Compton’s most recent collages address themes of social justice through the lenses of gender, race, and implicit personal privilege. Interested in exploring the places where systems of oppression interlock and intersect, Compton’s work traces the historical roots of racist & genocidal ideologies in the U.S. Discovering power in grief, “PASSAGE” suggests that in accountability lies a possibility for positive change.

3/5/20 11:00am - 4/25/20 5:00pm

Soapbox Arts, Burlington

Feb
15
2020
– THRU –
Apr
26
2020

ANEW Exhibition

ANEW Exhibition

Inclusive Arts Vermont presents ANEW, a traveling exhibition of work by 29 Vermont artists with disabilities. All of the artwork included represents the artists’ interpretation of the title, highlighting beginnings, doorways, fresh starts, and opportunity. The show will travel statewide throughout 2020, opening at the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington on February 15th.

Included Artists:
· Anthony Vito Jacinto
· Aurora Berger
· Carol Langstaff
· Cindy Blakeslee
· Colin Fulchino
· Cristina Clarimon
· Gwendolyn Evans
· Gyllian Rae Svensson
· James Prim
· Jean Cherouny
· Jeffrey J. Hill
· Jessica Greenwald
· Joel Bertelson
· John Killacky
· Karen J. Lloyd
· Kat Pringles
· Kent Corduan
· Kristen Wiley
· Liana Pederzani
· Lissa Nilsson
· Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
· Marguerite Adelman
· Michael Leavitt
· Paul Betz
· Persephone Ringgenberg
· Randall Neal
· Robert Gold
· Susan Williams
· Willow Bascom

ACCESSIBILITY:
The opening reception will feature written verbal description, tactile representation of selected works, audio tours, braille, large print, ASL interpretation, and a quiet space.
Please make additional requests by contacting Katie Miller at info@inclusiveartsvermont.org or 802-871-5002 by February 1.

All exhibition host galleries are physically accessible. As it travels, ANEW will provide accessible program and communication features including verbal descriptions, audio tours, large print, braille, and gallery tours.

For more information, please contact:
Katie Miller, Executive Director
Inclusive Arts Vermont
katie@inclusiveartsvermont.org
802-871-5002

Flynn Center, Burlington

Saturday, March 14, 2020
Mar
5
2020
– THRU –
Apr
25
2020

Vanessa Compton | "PASSAGE" at Soapbox Arts

Vanessa Compton | "PASSAGE" at Soapbox Arts

Join us on Thursday, March 5th from 6-8pm to celebrate the opening of "PASSAGE," Vanessa Compton's first solo exhibition at Soapbox Arts!
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"PASSAGE" is on view March 5th through April 25th, 2020 at Soapbox Arts

Before recently putting down roots in Burlington, VT, Vanessa Compton maintained a semi-nomadic lifestyle for many years, creating art throughout the American West and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Drawn to rural environments where landscapes are vast and people are few, Compton grew up in northern Vermont where her singer-songwriter father and artist mother inspired her to create from an early age. She devoted her school years to theater, sculpture, cello and world music. Compton has lived in Dakar, Senegal studying the Kora and its influence on hip hop music, and Kumasi, Ghana learning palm wine guitar with a living master.

Compton’s most recent collages address themes of social justice through the lenses of gender, race, and implicit personal privilege. Interested in exploring the places where systems of oppression interlock and intersect, Compton’s work traces the historical roots of racist & genocidal ideologies in the U.S. Discovering power in grief, “PASSAGE” suggests that in accountability lies a possibility for positive change.

3/5/20 11:00am - 4/25/20 5:00pm

Soapbox Arts, Burlington

Feb
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Apr
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ANEW Exhibition

ANEW Exhibition

Inclusive Arts Vermont presents ANEW, a traveling exhibition of work by 29 Vermont artists with disabilities. All of the artwork included represents the artists’ interpretation of the title, highlighting beginnings, doorways, fresh starts, and opportunity. The show will travel statewide throughout 2020, opening at the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington on February 15th.

Included Artists:
· Anthony Vito Jacinto
· Aurora Berger
· Carol Langstaff
· Cindy Blakeslee
· Colin Fulchino
· Cristina Clarimon
· Gwendolyn Evans
· Gyllian Rae Svensson
· James Prim
· Jean Cherouny
· Jeffrey J. Hill
· Jessica Greenwald
· Joel Bertelson
· John Killacky
· Karen J. Lloyd
· Kat Pringles
· Kent Corduan
· Kristen Wiley
· Liana Pederzani
· Lissa Nilsson
· Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
· Marguerite Adelman
· Michael Leavitt
· Paul Betz
· Persephone Ringgenberg
· Randall Neal
· Robert Gold
· Susan Williams
· Willow Bascom

ACCESSIBILITY:
The opening reception will feature written verbal description, tactile representation of selected works, audio tours, braille, large print, ASL interpretation, and a quiet space.
Please make additional requests by contacting Katie Miller at info@inclusiveartsvermont.org or 802-871-5002 by February 1.

All exhibition host galleries are physically accessible. As it travels, ANEW will provide accessible program and communication features including verbal descriptions, audio tours, large print, braille, and gallery tours.

For more information, please contact:
Katie Miller, Executive Director
Inclusive Arts Vermont
katie@inclusiveartsvermont.org
802-871-5002

Flynn Center, Burlington

Sunday, March 15, 2020
Mar
15
2020

Nightshade Kitchen presents The Western Den, Olivia Barton, and Bear's Tapestry

Nightshade Kitchen presents The Western Den, Olivia Barton, and Bear's Tapestry

Nightshade Kitchen presents:
The Western Den
(www.thewesternden.com)
To find a musical soulmate, someone with whom to explore your innermost feelings, unite artistic languages, and craft a shared voice is a daunting, even mysterious, undertaking. Some writers spend years searching and never uncover the other half they seek; for others, a partnership just flicks on like a light. The origin story of the hauntingly beautiful duo The Western Den is wonderfully curious in just this way: Deni Hlavinka, an introspective pianist from small town Virginia, posted a song idea on a college forum for accepted students. Chris West, a bright-eyed guitarist from Bermuda, sent back the song the following day in finished form. Upon meeting in person, they discovered their musical—and personal—bond was eerily close; there was never a discussion of forming a band, never a conscious choice, it just happened, fueled by a sheer desire, a necessity to pursue what felt right.

Olivia Barton
Olivia Barton is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter who sings about things she never intended to tell strangers. At the foundation of her musicality is her unyielding truth-seeking nature— her songs expressing exquisite hopefulness, vulnerability, and the desire to authentically connect with herself and others. Having grown up listening to Laurel Canyon singers and 70’s dad rock, she is now inspired by and compared to indie/rock contemporaries such as Phoebe Bridgers, Andy Shauf, and Pinegrove.

Barton’s debut record I Could Have Smiled At You More was released in June 2019. The intentionally demo-like sonic quality of the album, coupled with the conversational nature of her lyrics, result in a hauntingly beautiful window into a young woman’s most intimate confessions. It is “a combination of darkness and light that is heartbreaking, but honest and genuine at its core.” (Sally Pigeon, Sound of Boston: Premiere)

Bear's Tapestry
Bear's Tapestry combines the vulnerable, honest lyricism of folk, with the roller-coaster transitions of contemporary indie rock and nuanced rhythms of jazz.

Laden with emotion, songwriter Bear Borges challenges listeners to a deeper understanding.

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With the Nightshade Chefs serving an original food menu exploring Mizrahi Jewish cuisine of Northeast Africa and the Middle East. Full menu to be announced!

We present this event with the belief that a piece of music is enriched when accompanied by a fine meal, that food is similarly enriched when accompanied by a song. The chefs spoon is stirred with the same care and calculation with which the fingers strum a chord, by which the hand pats the back. Finally, this event is made possible and affordable through resources gathered from our community, the voluntary hard work and support of ordinary people and the respect of all guests.

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Sunday, March 15th 2020
at Congregation Ruach Hamaqom
Show: 7:00 pm
$7 Advanced (on-sale Friday 2/14) / $10 Day-of
All Ages

3/15/20 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Congregation Ruach haMaqom, Burlington