Artbits-January 18, 2024

CALL FOR ARTISTS

Artist in Residence has openings for gallery memberships. Artist development grants are available for artists at all stages of their careers. Read more

ART ON THE WALLS

The Bryan Gallery in Stowe has two new paintings by bassist John Rivers including his oil painting Dusk. Read more

ART FOR SALE

14th Star Brewing Company holds the weekly Maker’s Market with local crafters and makers in the Taproom. Read more

ART YOU CREATE

River Arts hosts an in-person, January Paint & Sip: Happy Winter Trees with up-cycled soft sculptor Natalie Carr. The Haston Library offers a Felting Workshop: Painting with Wool with Carolyn Kittell. Read more

HUMANITIES

Historic Kelton Hall has a broad collection of colored glass windows from the late 19th Century. Read more

WORKSHOPS & CLASSES

Social Sunday continues at the Milton Artists’ Guild with free weekly art classes for families. River Arts begins the Adult Intermediate Wheel Series with Barb Flathers. Read more

COVID NEWS

COVID-19 levels have steadily increased as JN.1 becomes the dominant strain. Half of the new hospitalizations statewidecame from Franklin County this week. Read more

ON STAGE LIVE

The Lloyd Tyler Band, the Duncan Macleod Trio, Shane’s Apothecary, Jonny Mop, Cooper, Bob Recupero, Soul & Soda, Chris & Erica, the Dale and Darcy Band, the Tenderbellies, Mark Shelton, Roger Giroux, the Smokey Newfield Project, a Karaoke Party, a Fam Jam, and a Comedy for a Cause are all live on a stage near you. Read more

PASSAGES

We lost teacher and music man Rob Guerrina. Will Patton remembers him. Read more

FRANKLIN COUNTY BOOKSHELF

Writer William Brotherton relates his experiences in Burlington Northern Adventures–Railroading in the Days of the Caboose. The Haston Library January Book Discussion group delves into The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O’Farrell. The Highgate Library and Community Center hosts their Adult Virtual Book Club with The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton. The Eloquent Page presents Terry Lovelette to sign and read from his book, Thoughts from a Walk: Green Mountain Musings. The St. Albans Free Library has Mornings, Muffins, and Mysteries. Read more

 

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