Artbits-November 10, 2022

ART FOR SALE

The annual Holiday Craft Fair takes over the Opera House with art, jewelry, chocolate, maple goods, ornaments, wooden bowls, and so much more. The Milton Artists’ Guild hosts the 18th annual Artfest with 150 artists and crafters, live music, wine tastings, a raffle, and more. Read more

PANDEMIC NEWS

The application window opening for Vermont’s COVID paid leave grant program is still delayed. COVID hospitalizations decreased and cases fell slightly. Infection levels are back down to a “Low” level. Read more

ART ON THE WALLS

Solace Unfolding, the works of Mareva Millarc and Cathy Osman, opens at River Arts. The Montgomery Center for the Arts hosts the annual Mongomery Elementary School Student Art Show. The Swanton Arts Council presents the Fall Youth Art Show. Bryan Memorial Gallery opens the GEMs & Giants. The Julian Scott Memorial Gallery hosts the MFA Invitational Exhibit in person and virtually. Katelyn Hudson, Amy Kolb Noyes, Jillian Lauren Lisitano, Caroline Loftus, Chelsea Pafumi, Abigail Synnestvedt, Finnegan Watson. Read more

ART YOU CREATE

14th Star Brewing Company and Once Upon A Rock host a Pebble Art Workshop. River Arts pottery instructor Allyson Howell hosts the in-person, November Sip n’ Slurry: Making Mugs. Read more

CALL FOR ARTISTS

The 2022 Edwin Church Award wants 1000-3000 word original stories about Riley, a nature lover. Read more

HUMANITIES

Vermont Humanities presents Wolf Peaches, Poisoned Peas, and Madame Pompadour’s Underwear: The Surprising History of Common Garden Vegetables with science and history writer Becky Rupp. Read more

WORKSHOPS & CLASSES

River Arts has Meditate & Create: Creativity as a Mirror through Printmaking with Megan Bisbee. Social Sundays continue at the Milton Artists’ Guild Art Center. Read more

ON STAGE LIVE

Eleven (twice) on the No Rest for the Wicked Tour, the Dirty Looks Band, Rebecca Padulla, 8084 appear live at a venue near you. Read more

ALMOST LIVE ON STAGE

We had that last, brief glimpse of summer so here are Summer Sounds favorites John Bartus, Carol Ann Jones, and Mark Shelton performing almost live. Read more

FRANKLIN COUNTY BOOKSHELF

The Swanton Free Public Library hosts But I Progress with Her Body and Other Parties by C. Ingelman-Sundberg. Then a Book Talk with writers S. Lee Manning and J. B. Manning. Read more

 

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