Arts


Celebrating 20 years of music-making, the Grammy-nominated Imani Winds open the Middlebury College virtual performing arts series on Friday, September 25.
MIDDLEBURY- Though Middlebury College’s Mahaney Arts Center remains closed to the public due to the pandemic, the show must go on. Middlebury’s Performing Arts Series has announced an all-virtual fall 2020 season, featuring eight free, online concerts by nationally and internationally renowned...

June Millington
NORTH ADAMS, MA- Virtuoso guitarist and co-founder of Fanny, the first all-female rock band releasing a major-label album,  June Millington, has been blazing her own riff-filled trail for decades. At 72 years young, music lovers will  be hard-pressed to find a guitar slinger who can keep up with...
Bennington- Poetry at Bennington, an endowed program of short-term residencies that brings established and emerging poets to Bennington College for public readings and close work with students, has announced its fall 2020 lineup of featured poets.
On Wednesday, September 23, Joy Harjo, the...
PUTNEY– The Next Stage Arts Project announced that the August 2 Arts Unite Windham event raised more than $8,000 for local social justice organizations, the Root Social Justice Center and the Windham County NAACP. More than $6,700 came through the online portal, and more than $1,500 came through...
DEERFIELD VALLEY- The Deerfield Valley Lions will be sponsoring the Lions International Peace Poster Contest once again. The event is open to any student ages 11, 12 or 13 (as of November 15) living in Halifax, Whitingham, Wilmington or Dover.  This year’s Peace Poster theme is “Peace Through...

The Sarasa Ensemble
BRATTLEBORO-  The Brattleboro Music Center Season Guest Concert features the Sarasa Ensemble performing “Don Quixote, Knight Errant.”
Two live performances, with very limited seating to ensure adequate social distancing, are set for Friday, September 18, at 5 and 7 pm at the BMC.  A...

Installation view of the exhibit “Coffee and Conversation: Stories of Homelessness”
BRATTLEBORO- During the past five years, the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center has regularly presented artwork that serves as a platform for the exploration of social issues, including LGBTQ equality, addiction and recovery, and attitudes toward firearms. This fall, in conjunction with two...
WILMINGTON- Posters that depict the work of local painters will be popping up in spots in and around Wilmington. They are part of a new art and landscape tour sponsored by Wilmington Works that will remain up over the next six weeks. 
Titled “Picture This,” the self-guided tour will take...

Artwork by Katherine Gass Stowe
BRATTLEBORO-  The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center presents a free tour of the exhibit Steven Kinder: 552,830, led by curator Katherine Gass Stowe, on Thursday, August 27, at 7:30 pm. Stowe will offer the tour via Zoom and Facebook Live. For more information visit brattleboromuseum.org....

Mary Anne Howland
BURLINGTON– Registration is now open for Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility’s 30th annual conference, “Future Forward,” which will be held virtually on September 22.
Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility members, friends, and state legislators will gather for a full-day...

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