Artbits-June 6, 2024


St. Albans Community Arts celebrates their new downtown home in the Ralston’s Building. The gallery opening is “for everyone to stop in, get creative, and view the first works that will be showing in the space.” Read more


The Artist In Residence Gallery features Natalie LaRocque, Martha McGinn, Susannah Sakal, and Longina Smolinski with a live reception at the gallery. Cold Hollow Sculpture Park opens for the season on Saturday with David Stromeyer leading a walking tour. Bryan Memorial Gallery features Ridgeline by Joseph Salerno. The Vermont Abenaki Artists Association features Patrick Lamphere. Janet Bonneau’s painting Westward Sun was awarded the NVAA 1st Place in Oils. Read more


The St. Albans Pride Corps has events all over town for St. Albans Pride Weekend: the 80s Prom Gala and Silent Auction, the Pride Parade, the first Pride in the Park, a Drag Story Hour, the Franklin County Drag Ball , and more. Read more


The Vermont Abenaki Artists Association hosts a Black Ash Pounding in Lake Carmi State Park. Read more


The June Open Studio Figure Drawing at River Arts offers a partial nude session. The Montgomery Center for the Arts reprises Folded Bark Baskets with Justin Sutera. Social Sunday continues at the Milton Artists’ Guild. Franklin County Photogs with Harry Goldhagen hosts a virtual Zoom group. Read more


Chris & Erica (twice), Cooie DeFransisco (twice) with Adlai and with her Trio, the Jolly Rogers Band, Rockin’ Ron Gagnon, Ryan Sweezey and the Midnight Walkers, Jimmy Branca and Friends, Mark Abair and his All Star Band, the Phil Abair Band with Keeghan Nolan, Hot Neon Magic, Bob Chevalier, the Old Man Garage Band, Justice 3, Mirage, George Murtie, Cooper, Bob Recupero, Christine Malcolm and the Kate Brook Romp, Shane Murley’s Duet, Al’s Pals, Bethany Conner, and Dave Keller all perform live at a venue near you. Read more


The Eloquent Page Fantasy Book Club begins with The Princess Bride by William Goldman. Explore the Story Wilds, the SACA writing group, meets. Read more


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