Book Review

Book Review

By Gene Schinto By 1944 twenty percent of Italy’s Jews were in Nazi death camps.  Among those seized was Lorenzo Todosco, a gifted violinist and composer.  He and Laura, a Catholic, had just won an important music competition.  Their hours of practice together, she on cello, was time enough for the two young people to… Read More »

Grandma Moses: American Modern on view this summer at Shelburne Museum

Grandma Moses: American Modern on view this summer at Shelburne Museum

  By Erin Barnaby, Shelburne Museum Grandma Moses: American Modern takes a new look at this iconic artist through a modernist lens. Co-organized with Bennington Museum in Vermont, the exhibition showcases more than 60 paintings, works on paper, and related materials by Moses alongside work by other 19th- and 20th-century folk and modern artists. Grandma… Read More »

Internationally known painter Stephen Zeigfinger opens gallery in Shelburne

Internationally known painter Stephen Zeigfinger opens gallery in Shelburne

Internationally recognized artist Stephen Zeigfinger recently opened The Richter gallery at 2997 Shelburne Road in Shelburne. Zeigfinger, whose artistic career spans over 60 years has lived and worked in Spain and Hungary where he operated two galleries.  His painting studio is on site and he is creating exciting new work all the time. Visitors are… Read More »

Schoolhouse students learn the art of pottery

Schoolhouse students learn the art of pottery

This article was written collaboratively by the 2nd and 3rd grade students and their teacher: Stella, Luke A, Pete, Luke D, Alex, Dominic, Charlie, Isaac, Tosh, Quincy, Henry, Max and Danielle Levine. Kindergarten through 7th grade students from The Schoolhouse Learning Center recently went to the Shelburne Craft Studio to make pottery. All the students… Read More »

Three-Dimensional, Kinetic Quilt exhibition opens at Shelburne Museum

Three-Dimensional, Kinetic Quilt exhibition opens at Shelburne Museum

Dominique Ehrmann: Once Upon a Quilt opened at Shelburne Museum on May 1 in the Hat and Fragrance Gallery. This immersive, whimsical exhibition features over sixteen quilts ranging from three-dimensional to kinetic quilted sculptures. Dominique Ehrmann is celebrated for her freestanding, three-dimensional quilted sculptures. Referring to herself a “quilt illustrator,” Ehrmann likes to tell stories… Read More »

Hinesburg Artist Series Spring Concert May 23

The Hinesburg Artist Series Spring Concert on Monday, May 23 will treat its audience to the Hinesburg Community Band, the South County Chorus, and In Accord under the direction of Rufus Patrick. The concert will also showcases pianists Suiong Wong and Tim Woos, who will accompanying the chorus as well as perform together. The evening’s… Read More »

JAM at Shelburne Museum: Jazz Fridays

JAM at Shelburne Museum: Jazz Fridays

In April 2014, JAM at Shelburne Museum was inaugurated to celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month as well as the return of spring: longer days, greener grass and warmer weather. The Museum wanted to take advantage of the wonderful acoustical space of the auditorium and celebrate improvisational art and creativity. In 2002, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of… Read More »

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