Arts


A finalist from the 2018 Open Juried Exhibition, Jennifer Garza Cuen’s photograph of “Untitled - Female Solo, Eden, VT.”
BRATTLEBORO- The Vermont Center for Photography, 49 Flat Street,  has announced the 2019 Open Juried Exhibition call for entries. Doing things a little differently this year,  VCP is seeking a broad range of exhibition-ready bodies of work, including both traditional and nontraditional approaches...

Andrew Nighswander’s “Harbor” painting.
GREENFIELD, MA-  The Andrew Nighswander art show will be on display through the month of January at Hawks and Reed, 289 Main Street.
This series of paintings and drawings is the transcription of an inner landscape. While the project originated as a series of ink drawings that served to...

Ely Porter will share his art at the Wardsboro Public Library for the month of January.
WARDSBORO- The Wardsboro Public Library announces Ely Porter as artist of the month for January. Porter is a self-taught artist who uses pen, ink, acrylics, and whatever is at hand to create what can be described as modern psychedelic illustrations. Heavily influenced by music, esoteric languages...

John Constable’s “The Wheat Field.”
WILLIAMSTOWN, MA- The Clark Art Institute’s First Sundays Free program continues with “The Inhabited Landscape,” on Sunday, January 6. Admission to the galleries is free all day, and special art-making activities will be held from 1 to 4 pm at 225 South Street.
The day’s events encourage...

River Gallery School faculty Cameron Schmitz shows off some artwork.
BRATTLEBORO- Forty-two years ago, River Gallery School opened its doors for the first time to a small group of children interested in making art. Today, the school operates year-round at 32-36 Main Street, and offers a full spectrum of art classes and workshops for people of all ages, children to...

Kalish
BRATTLEBORO- Dartmouth writing instructor Julie Kalish will lead an interactive exploration of the craft of writing at Brooks Memorial Library, 50 Main Street, on Wednesday, January 2, at 7 pm.  Her talk, “Finding Your Voice in 2019,” is part of the Vermont Humanities Council’s First Wednesdays...

Stacy Birch will be one of several artists selling her crafts at the fair.
WILMINGTON- Shoppers who visit the Bright Lights Craft Fair at Memorial Hall, 14 West Main Street, on Saturday, December 8, will receive a special offer from a host of local businesses who have partnered with this year’s event.
A ticket will be given to patrons of the craft fair which will...
READSBORO- Vermont glass artists Mary Angus and K. William LeQuier will open their glass studio for their 35th annual holiday open studio on the weekends of December 8 and 9,  and December 15 and 16, from 10 am to 5 pm. Visitors are invited to stop in to see Angus and LeQuier’s beautiful hand-...
Guilford- Friends of Music at Guilford presents “Joyeux Noël,” its 46th Christmas at Christ Church program, at 7:30 pm on Friday, December 7, and again at 4 pm on Saturday, December 8. Traditional elements of this event include vocal and instrumental music of the season, an entertaining story...
BRATTLEBORO- Celebrated local author Tim Weed will discuss the legend of “Thunderbolt” and the unique Round Schoolhouse in Brookline at the Brattleboro Words Project’s monthly roundtable discussion on Thursday, December 13, from 6 to 7 pm at 118 Elliot.
Weeks before his execution for...

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