Shelburne Vineyard will hang a new exhibit entitled “Freedom Speak” by Shelburne artist Kate Longmaid, running March 1 through May 31. A resident of Shelburne since 1994, Longmaid has an impressive resume of artistic accomplishments and holds a doctorate in clinical psychology. Longmaid’s work in psychology is focused on helping individuals “realize their creative potential… Read More »
Adam Cunningham, left, David Belvedere, and Billy Weaver rehearse lines for “Black Comedy” by Peter Shaffer, one of two one-act farces Shelburne Players will present at Shelburne Town Center along with “The Real Inspector Hound” by Tom Stoppard. Ten cast members began rehearsals last week in preparation for the April 14-22 run that includes a… Read More »
The Flying Pig Bookstore will celebrate the launch of a new book by author and artist Jason Chin. Chin will be reading from “Grand Canyon” and signing copies of the book at the Flying Pig on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 11am. Chin, a Vermont resident, creates stunning nonfiction books about environmental and scientific topics—but with… Read More »
Jasmin Townsend-Ng, a local youth violinist from Charlotte, joined Poet Laureate Rick Bessette at the Love Your Library event last week at the Pierson Library. Townsend-Ng performed one of her own compositions and classical music, including Vivaldi. Photo by Boston Neary.
Contemporary fine artist Mark Boedges of Shelburne recently finished his first painting of Shelburne, titled “Shelburne Vermont”. His plan is to do a number of paintings of town. The piece is 14”x24” and sells for $2100. For more information on Boedges and his work, visit www.markboedges.com.
By Jean Kiedaisch The evening of Jan. 27 was magical in Hinesburg. The community gathered at CVU to enjoy an exceptional group of musicians playing a benefit concert for Responsible Growth Hinesburg. The evening began with virtuoso mandolinist Will Patton and his quartet playing gypsy jazz, Brazilian rhythms, and such favorites as Pete Sutherland’s Sunday… Read More »
The heart of an artist – what does it look like? Some have gears, some have glitter, some have spaceships, and others have shrimp. You can see over 70 artist-interpreted hearts for yourself in the dining room at Rustic Roots at their first annual “heART Show” and benefit. The eclectic array of pieces is on… Read More »
Rock and roll provided the soundtrack to American culture in the late 20th century. Drawn from one of the largest private collections of photographs of rock musicians in the United States, “Backstage Pass: Rock & Roll Photography” captures the intimate relationship between photographer and musician. Featuring more than 300 photographs – many rarely seen by… Read More »
Farm to Ballet has gained note among audiences for its different take on dance. It seeks to both celebrate Vermont’s farming culture and expand the audience of traditional ballet. However, it isn’t just the audience finding it to be a different approach to ballet. Dancers have found it to be a different experience as… Read More »
Shelburne Players is holding auditions for two one-act comedies coming in April: “Black Comedy” by Peter Shaffer, and “The Real Inspector Hound” by Tom Stoppard, at Trinity Episcopal Church, 5171 Shelburne Road, Shelburne on Monday, Jan.23 and Tuesday, Jan. 24 from 6pm to 9pm. Roles are available for both men and women of a variety of… Read More »