Arts


More than  600,000 students, ages 11 to 13, have participated in the worldwide Lions International Peace Poster Competition. This year’s theme was “Peace Through Service.” The Deerfield Valley Lions Club, local sponsors of the project, announced first prize and statewide winner is Islynn Crafts, of Dover. Sister Kiara Crafts won second prize. Cash prizes from local to international range from $25 to $5,000. Above from left, Lion Jason Staloff with Moxie, Kiara Crafts, Islynn Crafts, and Lion CB Goldstein
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NORTH ADAMS, MA- Come at night, wander MASS MoCA’s cavernous spaces after hours, and prepare to have eyes bedazzled, ears enthralled, and minds blown. 
The genre-less trio Son Lux kicks off “Auditory After Hours.” It’s a new series giving visitors a chance to engage with art in an all-new...

Grace Hartigan, “Giftwares” (1955), oil and charcoal on canvas, is part of the new BMAC exhibit.
BRATTLEBORO- Textbook descriptions of 20th century art movements typically trace a progression from Abstract Expressionism to Color Field, followed by Pop Art as a reaction to Color Field. But a new exhibit at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, “Figuration Never Died: New York Painterly...

Gil Kalish
VERMONT- The Middlebury Performing Arts Series will continue its successful partnership with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center on Friday, November 6, at 7:30 pm, when acclaimed pianist Gilbert Kalish will take the virtual stage for a free concert open to everyone.
The concert...

Josh Moyse (top left), Josh Goldstein (top right), and Colin Grube (bottom) in a scene from “What Did I Just See?”
Brattleboro– For its sixth annual Halloween spectacular, Shoot the Moon theater company will present a live web-streamed performance of “What Did I Just See?” on Friday and Saturday, October 30 and 31 and  November 6 and 7, at 7:30 .m.
“What Did I Just See?” is inspired by the unintended...
Bennington- On Saturday, October 24, Bennington Museum’s courtyard will be busy with music, food, and artists as the museum marks the end of a fantastic season of outdoor community programming.
The day will begin with a “Music at the Museum” concert in the courtyard (weather permitting)...

Vincent Parker
BRATTLEBORO-   Vincent Herring, one of the most highly regarded alto saxophonists involved in today’s jazz scene, will be performing with his working quartet in a tribute to jazz legend Charlie Parker at the Vermont Jazz Center at 8 pm on Saturday, October 24.  
Herring will be supported...

Mark Steinberg and Tony Arnold performing Kurtág’s “Kafka Fragments” in the Big Barn last summer.
PUTNEY- On Tuesday, October 20, artistic director Seth Knopp leads an open discussion of György Kurtág’s “Kafka Fragments” together with the Yellow Barn musicians who performed the song cycle last summer. Kurtág’s immense work is 40 fragments, ranging from less than 20 seconds to more than four...
VERMONT- Sundog Poetry Center has had a long-term partnership with Vermont-based Green Writers Press, publishing anthologies on poetry and poetic craft, as well as books by established Vermont writers.
Building on this tradition, Sundog Poetry Center is pleased to announce the inaugural...

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