Thursday, Nov. 5, 2pm-4pm
Pop-up Art/Meet the Artist: Caleb Kenna
Caleb Kenna shares stories of his adventures as a photographer and shows samples of his portfolio of extensive, dynamic photographs from National Geographic and more! Kenna will then answer questions regarding his work photographing Russell Farm in Hinesburg and Butternut Mountain Farm in Johnson for the exhibition Eyes on the Land at Shelburne Museum.
Saturday, Nov. 7, 11am-1pm
Pop-up Art/Meet the Artist: Susan Abbott
Painter Susan Abbott will answer questions on her year of plein-air painting, sketching and writing in the Northeast Kingdom for the Eyes on the Land group exhibition, on view until January 3, in Shelburne Museum’s Pizzagalli Center for Art and Education.
Thursday, Nov. 12, 6pm, $6 suggested donation
Presentations from local creatives on art, design and the Vermont landscape at PechaKucha Night, as part of the annual Burlington PechaKucha Series. Other hosting organizations include Fleming Museum, Burlington City Arts and ECHO Lake and Aquarium Center.
This PKN edition includes presentations from Eric Cook and his students from Yestermorrow Design/Build School and artists featured in the Eyes on the Land exhibition, including Susan Abbott, Brian Collier, Cami Davis, Karolina Kawiaka, Caleb Kenna, Gowri Savoor, and Dan Snow. Join us for presentations, drinks and snacks.
Saturday, Nov. 14, 11am-1pm
Pop-up Art/Meet the Artist: Karolina Kawiaka
Artist and Dartmouth College studio art teacher Karolina Kawiaka explains how she uses technology to artistically explore our impact on the landscape, in conjunction with the exhibition Eyes on the Land.