Artbits – February 18, 2010


Winter wanes and Chow!Bella and The Fabulous Spiders have teamed up with the 4th annual delicious meal and great entertainment to benefit Franklin County Court Diversion. Read more


Yankee Chank plays the Unitarian Universalist Church in Rutland. The St. Albans Historical Museum and the Osher Lifelong Learning Series host The Life of Theodore Roosevelt. The Snowshoe presents Hey Momma.

Save the Date: The Green Arts Bus present the second FDR by Ed Asner on Saturday, March 6. Read more


The City of Norfolk seeks an artist to design a commemoration of the End of the Massive Resistance. The Desotorow Gallery has a juried sculpture exhibition. The Byrdcliffe Arts Colony has fellowships for its Artist in Residence Program. A major show at the Studio Place Arts wants “statements of revolution, disorder and chaos” for an exhibit on Anarchy. The Kids Saving Kids CD Campaign will distribute a CD digitally. Motion Portraiture and Self-portraiture wants art that can be screened in video. Read more

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