Greensboro Free Library is hosting a community tile project for kids ages 5-15 on three Thursdays, Sept. 24, Oct. 1 and Oct. 10, in the backyard at the library.
The Poartry Project, an organization that creates opportunities for people to share their experiences through poetry, is holding a plein air poetry experience from Rock Point for those who love words, being outdoors and storytelling. The one-hour virtual walk-along will be held via Zoom from…
Vermont-based sculptor Judith Wrend’s work, “Acting Out,” represents an unspoken language developed over many years of focused creative attention.
“As it Happens,” an exhibit by Stowe artist Seb Sweatman, will be on exhibit in the Folley Hall Gallery at River Arts, 74 Pleasant Street, Morrisville, through Nov. 6.
The dynamic rusty steed that used to stand aside Route 100 in Waterbury has been put out to pasture. Swooping in to replace it is a chrome-domed eagle, perched along one of the busiest stretches of highway in the state.
Scientists estimate that 150-200 species of plant, insect, bird and mammal become extinct every 24 hours. This is nearly 1,000 times the natural rate. Many biologists say this is greater than anything the world has experienced since the vanishing of the dinosaurs nearly 65 million years ago.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rock Vermont communities, one local artist is finding new opportunities — and hurdles — in producing creative work.
If ever there was an art exhibition seemingly tailor-made for the socially distant world of summer 2020, it’s Helen Day Art Center’s annual al fresco sculpture show located, well, all over Stowe.
The exhibit “Where We’ve Been - Gen Z artists reflecting resilience in a time of uncertainty” will run through Oct. 30 in the Copley Common Space Gallery, River Arts, 74 Pleasant Street in Morrisville.
The town of Hyde Park’s plan to design themed public art installations for three locations between Main Street and the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail has won a $5,000 award.