Deck the halls at Shelburne Museum

Deck the halls at Shelburne Museum

Celebrate the creative spirit of the holiday season. Ring in the holidays with a visit to the museum’s festively decorated trees and holiday villages. Participate in art activities, listen to live classical music while taking in some art, or take a horse and wagon ride to see the historic buildings and gorgeous grounds in a […]

The expansion of feminism after WWII

The expansion of feminism after WWII

Feminism is explained from a historical perspective in a new web-based exhibit created by Clio Visualizing History in Shelburne. “Click! The Ongoing Feminist Revolution” explores the collective action and individual achievements of women since the 1940s. In the spirit of 1970s consciousness-raising, the name refers to the “click” moment when women discovered the powerful ideas […]

The Jackson Gallery at Town Hall Theater presents: “From Farm to Feast,” eighth annual holiday show of original works by local artists

The Jackson Gallery at Town Hall Theater presents: “From Farm to Feast,” eighth annual holiday show of original works by local artists

The Jackson Gallery in Middlebury will be filled with original, handmade and hand printed art, fine crafts and photography celebrating Vermont agriculture and its bounty. This exhibition will feature twenty-two regional artists whose work represents a wide variety of media and styles. All have been i nspired by our local agrarian landscape and imagery in […]

A festival of wreaths

A festival of wreaths

  Bryan Memorial Gallery presents GEMS, an exhibit of 135 small format artworks by its gallery members. Interspersed among the paintings is A Festival of Wreaths, made by artists and community members available in a silent auction setting. Both exhibits are open. The silent auction bidding extends until Nov. 22 at 2:30pm and the GEMS […]

Exhibition: “Passages: a group exhibit”

Exhibition: “Passages: a group exhibit”

Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne is pleased to announce the opening of “Passages: a group exhibit.” The exhibit features the work of Adelaide Murphy Tyrol along with 15 other artists: Bonnie Acker, Miriam Adams, Elizabeth Allen, Annelein Beukenkamp, Kevin Fahey, Byron Geigel, Kate Longmaid, David Maille, Janet McKenzie, Virginia McNeice, Gail Salzman, Dianne Shullenberger, David […]

Book Review

Book Review

by Gene Schinto Motherland  by Maria Hummel One reason Maria Hummel may have chosen Motherland as her title is it is essentially about motherhood. Liesl, a young woman, marries Frank Kappus, a doctor whose first wife has died in childbirth. This is Nazi Germany in the final months of World War II. Frank is drafted […]

26th Annual Women’s Festival of Crafts

26th Annual Women’s Festival of Crafts

Shop locally for the holiday season at the 26th Annual Women’s Festival of Crafts. Browse through more than 80 craftswomen’s booths to find just the right handmade jewelry, artwork, pottery, food products, greeting cards, clothing, recycled and upcycled items, housewares, aromatherapy, herbal products and more. Cheryl Summa of Wild Blossom Designs in Shelburne will be participating […]