Farm to Ballet returns to Shelburne Farms

Farm to Ballet returns to Shelburne Farms

Farm to Ballet, the uniquely Vermont production that brings together dancers, musicians, farmers and food returns to Shelburne Farms for a fourth summer July 14. The performance at 6:30 p.m. on the lawn adjacent the Breeding Barn will be one of eight by the dance company held at farms across the state this summer. Produced… Read More »

Shelburne Players schedule auditions for October play

The Shelburne Players are already looking ahead to autumn and a Christmastime-themed play. Auditions for the October production of “Sleeping Indoors” by Jim Holt will be held July 25-28 at the Shelburne Town Center stage. Described as a “dramedy,” the plot of “Sleeping Indoors” centers around literary reviewer Paul and his wife Nora, who invite… Read More »

Award-winning Blue Elephant

Award-winning Blue Elephant

The painting “Blue Elephant” by Shelburne artist Linda Dulleba won this year’s Roberto W. Fitzgerald Award at the Burlington Art’s Alive Festival of Fine Art recently. The juried exhibition spent June installed at the Art’s Alive Gallery at Union Station in Burlington. Dulleba’s painting and others move to the South End Arts and Business Association… Read More »

Shelburne café expands, makes room for art

Shelburne café expands, makes room for art

New paintings by Shelburne artist Lynda Reeves McIntyre are on exhibit in the newly expanded Village Wine and Coffee through July 30. The collection titled “Azores to Abiquiu” was inspired by the ocean, winds and desert in her travels in the Azores of Portugal, Hawaii’s island of Kauai and the Abiquiu Desert of New Mexico. She… Read More »

Cowboys take over Shelburne Museum

Cowboys take over Shelburne Museum

This weekend, cowboys and the Wild West take center stage at Shelburne Museum’s summer exhibition that opens in the Pizzagalli Center for Arts and Education’s Colgate Gallery. “Playing Cowboy: America’s Wild West Shows,” will be on view through Oct. 21 and it will employ paintings, sculptures, film footage and textiles. The focus of the exhibit… Read More »

Shelburne teen’s painting wins statewide Congressional art contest

Shelburne teen’s painting wins statewide Congressional art contest

  Aidan Bundock, a junior at Champlain Valley Union High School, took first place in the 37th annual Congressional Art Competition at Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier. U.S. Rep. Peter Welch, D-VT, announced last week that the Shelburne teen’s watercolor painting titled “Midnight Snacks” was selected from a field of 169 entries from… Read More »