Artbits–September 11, 2014

9/11 ART SITES OF THE WEEK

Already 13 years have passed since that date indelibly blasted into the conscience and consciousness of people around the world. Ground Zero has become one of the best known public art exhibits in this country. It is not the only exhibit. Read more

SUPPORT

The Opera House at Enosburg Falls presents Scott Helmer’s Support Your Cause Tour, helping charities raise $1¬†million. Read more

READYING THE RAID

The St. Albans Historical Society and Museum presents the Vermont Civil War Songbook in the major event of the 150th Anniversary of the raid, a Top 10 Vermont Event. Read more

ART ON THE WALLS

The Kent Museum will feature several Gail Salzman paintings in Reflections, an exploration that uses different mediums including oil, poetry, and sound installation. The Bryan Memorial Gallery celebrates their 30th Anniversary with two Janet Bonneau paintings in the annual Land & Light & Water & Air exhibit. Read more

ON STAGE LIVE

The monthly Celebration of Expressive Arts takes over the INN with sculptor David Stromeyer, Vermont Poet Laureate Ellen Bryant Voigt, and the music of Ashley and John Nicholls. The Burlington City Arts Film and Concert in the Park offers music by Michele Choiniere. The Georgia Fall Festival will be Supercharged! Twiggs Comedy For A Cause supports MAHA. Justice will wax Club Karib. Nobby Reed plays the 10 year anniversary for Kingdom Recovery Center. Patti Casey and Steve Light close out Summer Evenings with Vermont Treasures. Carol Ann Jones will also perform at the St. Albans Health and Rehabilitation Center Open House. Read more

 

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