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Read More about: Vermont Made Episode 15: Grooving with Impermanence with Musician Rebecca Mack
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Vermont Made Episode 15: Grooving with Impermanence with Musician Rebecca Mack

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Musician and teaching artist Rebecca Mack discusses her new song cycle, “Body,” inspired by her experiences with long Covid disability, climate change, and the shared impermanence of the human body and the Earth body.

Read More about: Vermont Made Episode 14: Clowning from Within with Circus Educator Troy Wunderle
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Vermont Made Episode 14: Clowning from Within with Circus Educator Troy Wunderle

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Acclaimed circus educator Troy Wunderle discusses Vermont’s vibrant circus community, the essence of clowning, and receiving the 2022 Excellence in Circus Education Award from the American Circus Educators Association.

Read More about: Vermont Made Episode 13: Yestermorrow’s Elements of Shelter with Thea Alvin and Meg Reinhold

Vermont Made Episode 13: Yestermorrow’s Elements of Shelter with Thea Alvin and Meg Reinhold

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Artist-builders Thea Alvin and Meg Reinhold discuss the new Yestermorrow Design/Build School exhibit Elements of Shelter, on view in the Vermont Arts Council Sculpture Garden through May 2025.

Read More about: Vermont Made Episode 12: Queering Comics with Vermont Cartoonist Laureate Tillie Walden
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Vermont Made Episode 12: Queering Comics with Vermont Cartoonist Laureate Tillie Walden

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Vermont Cartoonist Laureate Tillie Walden discusses her two Eisner Award-winning graphic novels, Spinning and Are You Listening?, her Cosmic Slumber Tarot deck, teaching at the Center for Cartoon Studies, and more.

Read More about: Vermont Made Episode 11: Cultivating Vermont Trans Voices with Out in the Open

Vermont Made Episode 11: Cultivating Vermont Trans Voices with Out in the Open

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HB Lozito and Grace Johnston-Fennell of Out in the Open collaborate with Rae Garringer of Country Queers to launch the 2023 Trans Audio Retreat, an opportunity for rural trans and nonbinary creatives in Vermont to foster community and let their voices be heard.

Read More about: Vermont Made Episode 10: A Twenty-year Legacy in Vermont Hip Hop with Boomslang
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Vermont Made Episode 10: A Twenty-year Legacy in Vermont Hip Hop with Boomslang

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Sed One of Montpelier-based hip hop duo Boomslang discusses two albums, the recently released Boomslang III and the upcoming Boomslang Forever, and leaving a creative legacy after the passing of his other half, JL or Johnny Morris.

Read More about: Vermont Made Episode 9: Children’s Lit for a Changing Vermont with Ann Dávila Cardinal
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Vermont Made Episode 9: Children’s Lit for a Changing Vermont with Ann Dávila Cardinal

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Novelist Ann Dávila Cardinal discusses her upcoming horror novel for Middle Grade readers, Dry Bones, and reads an excerpt from her upcoming magical realist novel for adults, The Storyteller’s Death, available Oct. 4, 2022.

Read More about: Vermont Made Episode 8: The Joys and Pains of Rural Filming with WalrusDice Productions
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Vermont Made Episode 8: The Joys and Pains of Rural Filming with WalrusDice Productions

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Two of the minds behind independent film company WalrusDice Productions discuss their new feature-length fantasy adventure, The Butterfly Queen, filmed entirely around Ryegate, VT and releasing in fall 2022.

Read More about: Vermont Made Episode 2: The Art of the (Outside) Broadside with Kelly McMahon
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Vermont Made Episode 2: The Art of the (Outside) Broadside with Kelly McMahon

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Kelly McMahon of May Day Studio shares how she interprets poems into letterpress broadsides and discusses her recent collaboration with the Kent Museum to display a broadside outdoors in the summer of 2020.

Read More about: Vermont Made Episode 1: Black Theatre in King Arthur’s Courtyard with JAG Productions
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Vermont Made Episode 1: Black Theatre in King Arthur’s Courtyard with JAG Productions

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Jarvis Green shares how JAG Productions partnered with King Arthur Baking Company to revive live theater after a year of Covid closures with five weekends of Black theater presented outdoors on the King Arthur campus in Norwich.

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