Artbits-November 3, 2022

ART FOR SALE

Josh’s House hosts the 7th annual Craft Show with over 70 unique crafters and vendors for a mini sip and shop to benefit the Josh Pallotta Fund. Read more

PANDEMIC NEWS

The U.S. Treasury approved over $90 million out of the $10 billion in awards from the COVID Capital Projects Fund for the Vermont Community Broadband Construction Grant Program. Read more

ART ON THE WALLS

The Artist In Residence Gallery features David Juaire, Shanna Ratner, Deb Shell, and Sally Tarr at a live reception at the gallery. Read more

CALL FOR ARTISTS

The Bent Northrup Memorial Library needs photographers to share expertise with their budding photography club. They also plan a regular adult craft night and need one or more volunteers. Read more

DANCE

Ballet Arts and Montgomery Center for The Arts host a special Adult Beginner Ballet Barre with Yoga and Pilates Warm Up class to benefit the MCA. Read more

HUMANITIES

Vermont Humanities presents a live tour of some of Vermont’s Historic Theater Curtains with Christine Hadsel. Osher concludes their Fall weekly program series with the 60s and 70s in the Green Mountains, Back to the Land In Northwest Vermont with historian Jason Barney. Read more

WORKSHOPS & CLASSES

River Arts offers the November Open Studio Figure Drawing as a nude session with two minute, five minute, 20 minute, and a long pose. Social Sundays continue at the Milton Artists’ Guild Art Center. Read more

IN THE SAC

The Swanton Arts Council will hold a Board Meeting and Updates in person at the Swanton Free Public Library. Read more

ON STAGE LIVE

The 13th annual Backcountry Magazine Barn Bash, Locals & Company, Mábuiga with the Garifuna Collective Milton Busker & the Grim Work with Troy Millette and the Fire Below, the Barn Rats, and more all perform live this week. Read more

ALMOST LIVE ON STAGE

The Vermont Abenaki Artists Association, Elnu Abenaki Singers, actors Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie, Matthew Rogers, and Ben Patton with Will Patton and Caleb Bronz all stream almost live. Read more

FRANKLIN COUNTY BOOKSHELF

Vermont Humanities presents a Fiction Reading by Sara Jaffe. BNML hosts a facilitated book discussion of the Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel A. van der Kolk. Read more

 

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