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Exhibits include large, touchable felt sculptures by Metz.
BRATTLEBORO- A new group exhibition at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center explores the diverse possibilities of the medium of felt, from felted family portraits to surreal felt furniture to giant, touchable felt sculptures. On view in the museum’s Wolf Kahn & Emily Mason Gallery, “Felt...

Vermont saw a religious revival, as people believed a higher power was at play.
BENNINGTON - The year 1816 has long been known as the year without summer. Vermonters still call it “1800 and Froze to Death,” a year of frosts every month, dark skies, and mysterious lights that caused a widespread belief that a higher power was displeased.
Howard Coffin will discuss the...
VERMONT - Vermont Independent Media, publisher of The Commons, will host a panel discussion and Q&A with Vermont publishers, editors, and local journalism students and interns about saving the broken system of journalism on Wednesday, March 23, at 7 pm on Zoom.
Topics of discussion...
  VERMONT - Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum has gathered an impressive panel of Stratton Mountain insiders to sit on the virtual “red bench” to share their memories and the history of Stratton Mountain as it celebrates its 60th anniversary. “60 Years of Memories: Celebrating Stratton’s 60th...
Cai Xi
BRATTLEBORO - The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center will present a free Lunar New Year cooking demonstration on Tuesday, February 1, at 5:30 pm via Zoom and Facebook Live. Organized by the Asian Cultural Center of Vermont, the event will feature artist and chef Cai Xi, of Cai’s Dim Sum Catering...
SOUTHERN VERMONT - On Wednesday, February 2, at 7 pm, the Brooks Memorial Library is hosting the free public talk “Boneyarn: New York Slavery Poems” with actor and poet David Mills, as part of Vermont Humanities First Wednesdays’ series.
The oldest and largest slave cemetery in the United...

Rosenbloom
VERMONT - The League of Women Voters of Vermont, in partnership with Kellogg-Hubbard Library of Montpelier, will host Professor Jonathan Rosenbloom in “How Does Racism affect Environmental Health?,” on Wednesday, January 12, from 7 to 8:30 pm via Zoom.
The second lecture in a four-part...

Statues at the Cancún Underwater Museum of Art, which is in the Atlantic Ocean. The transatlantic slave trade will be discussed in a public talk on Wednesday.
SOUTHERN VERMONT - On Wednesday, January 5, at 7 pm, the Brooks Memorial Library is hosting the free public talk “Atlantic is a Sea of Bones” with Jarvis Green, as part of Vermont Humanities First Wednesdays’ series.
Green, founder of the Black theater company JAG Productions, invites...
BRATTLEBORO - The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center will present a free online talk by artist Michael Abrams on Thursday, January 6, at 7 pm. Abrams will welcome viewers to his Jamaica studio via Zoom and Facebook Live for a conversation about his installation “Arcadia Rediscovered” and his...

William Ransom
BRATTLEBORO - The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center will present a free talk by sculptor William Ransom on Thursday, December 2, at 7 pm via Zoom and Facebook Live. Ransom will discuss the BMAC exhibit “Keep Up/Hold Up.” Included in the exhibit are sculptures in which the literal tensions in...

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