When Prindle Wissler died at age 99, in 2011, she left behind a legacy of hundreds of colorful, dynamic canvasses.
“Town and Country,” a two-person exhibition featuring Susan Abbott and Molly Doe Wensberg, on view April 30-June 26 with an opening reception Thursday, May 5, from 5-6:30 p.m., at Edgewater Gallery on the Green, 6 Merchants Row in Middlebury.
Art on Main is celebrating the long artistic career and 90th birthday of Starksboro painter Cynthia Guild Kling with a retrospective show.
MNFF Selects, the monthly screening series presented by the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival, will wrap up its season with the acclaimed drama “The Rider,” from Oscar winning director Chloé Zhao, on Thursday, May 12, at 7 p.m., at Town Hall Theater in M … (read more)
Ferrisburgh’s Rokeby Museum is set to open this month for the 2022 season.
Middlebury Acting Company’s Cutting-Edge Staged Reading series presents “Dance Nation” by Clare Barron, on Friday, May 13, 7:30 p.m., at ArtsRiot in Burlington and on Sunday, May 15, 4 p.m., at the ART Performance Space in the Hannaford Career Center, Mid … (read more)
The Middlebury Community Players will hold auditions for their September production of Patrick Barlows’s adaptation of “The 39 Steps.”
When we think “theater” we often first visualize great actors or singers, or perhaps period costumes or directors, but what about the lamp, the mirror, the rug, the tissues, the hat, suitcase, binoculars, apple, mask…. you know, the props.
Warren Kimble, at age 87, remembered everywhere as “the contemporary folk artist,” selects a venue dear to his heart to stage what he calls his “last hurrah,” until he retires once again.
The group will perform on Saturday, May 7 at Burnham Hall in Lincoln. This concert kicks off RCCH 27th year.
“I’m probably the only author on Earth promoting his book by saying it will put you to sleep,” quips Middlebury’s Ted Scheu, AKA That Poetry Guy.
In “Curating as Praxis: Shattering the Myth of Neutrality,” La Tanya S. Autry discusses dismantling oppressive forces through applying knowledge to real world conditions in museums.
These words in this poem by James Crews help us feel the energy and strength of the little coltsfoot flower rising up, or of the many other things in spring that appear overnight with color and vibrancy.
Jim Samler, who taught art at Otter Valley Union High School for 28 years before retiring in 2014, says his inspiration for the book came not only from those poets, but also from The New Yorker cartoonists Charles Adams and Gahan Wilson, as well as Mad Ma … (read more)
I’d not known these flowers before we moved to this place, some 18 years ago.