Arts

NEWFANE- The Moore Free Library will offer an all-ages card making workshop on Friday, February 7, from 5 to 6 pm.  
Stamping enthusiast Cindy Crawford will bring along paper and rubber stamps to assist participants in making two Valentine’s Day cards.
This activity is part of the...
WILMINGTON- Bartleby’s Books is hosting its annual show of Nicki Steel’s photography throughout the month of February.  Steel’s show will focus on her Hearts in Nature series as well as new works.  It is a celebration of love, and also a selection of photos which highlight landscapes and scenery...
NORTH ADAMS, MA- Community Day is coming and MASS MoCA admission is free all day long. On Sunday, January 25, join the fun and celebrate with art-making projects inspired by Kidspace’s 20th year, pop-up party games, music in the galleries (including “elevator music” — played live), and a free...

Ann Coleman’s painting decorate some of Eco-tique’s space.
DOVER- There will be a meet-the-artist reception for Ann Coleman at The Gallery in Eco-tique Saturday, January 18, from 2 to 6 pm.  Coleman will show some new winter pastel scenes that are sure to make viewers’ hearts skip with joy and wonder. Sample Eco-tiques organic wines and local cheeses...
WARDSBORO- The Wardsboro Library will exhibit unique pieces of pottery created by Erin Stewart and Will Finkel. The exhibit will carry over through the month of January.
 Finkel took his first pottery class when he was 5, and never looked back. He has spent the majority of his life working...

River Gallery School offers sequencing workshops as a staff wellness activity. Sequencing is a highly accessible approach to painting, steeped in mindfulness and flow states. The Farm School staff recently came to RGS to do a workshop, led by David Graham.
BRATTLEBORO- For nearly four and a half decades, River Gallery School has been a home of art. A home a stranger might pass, feel compelled to enter and brush the dust from the hidden spaces of the mind. A place where one might explore deeper ways of being human, for there is nothing more human...

SVMC Art Collection Coordinator Sarah Jolivette (left) and SVMC Director of Women’s and Children’s Services John Gottung, RT (center), with artist Susana Aldanondo.
BENNINGTON- The Women’s and Children’s Services Department at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center received a donation of four framed posters and one work on canvas from internationally recognized visual artist Susana Aldanondo.
Aldanondo embodies in her work the joy found in the human...
Williamstown, Ma- The popular Kids Can Cook! class returns to the Clark Art Institute on Friday, December 27, from 11 am to 12:30 pm.
Constellation Culinary Executive Chef Chris Gouty instructs children ages 5 to 10 in the art of decorating cakes. Children will learn how to roll out and...

Wood engraving on paper by Asa Cheffetz, “Summer Sabbath.”
BENNINGTON-  Through December 30, the meticulous work of printmaker Asa Cheffetz (1896-1965) will be displayed at the Regional Artists Gallery of the Bennington Museum.
His wood engravings served as printing plates and from those came beautiful prints. Inspired by the Vermont countryside,...
Readsboro- Artists Mary Angus and Bill LeQuier will host their 36th annual Holiday Open Studio on two weekends, December 14 and 15 and December 21 and 22, from 10 am to 5 pm. Visitors are invited to stop in to see Angus and LeQuier’s beautiful handblown glass, enjoy a cup of hot mulled cider, and...

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