Mornings boast a certain silence that allows anxiety to sleep-in before worries bounce from ear to ear.
It’s 4 p.m. on Friday, which in late November means it’s almost dark, and the clouds above Morristown have gone pinkish gray against patches of soft blue sky.
The Nature Conservancy and Tunbridge artist Elizabeth Billings have teamed up to design natural art installations on three protected natural areas, in Shelburne, Manchester and Monkton.
The Helen Day Art Center, one of the most recognizable buildings in town and a cultural center for Lamoille County since its founding 40 years ago, will soon be renamed.
An art exhibit “Missing Touch” will run through Nov. 16 at the Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne featuring the work of Beth Pearson, Annelein Beukenkamp, Leslie Fry and Betsey Garand.
Spruce Peak Arts hosts the group exhibition “Looking Outward,” featuring artists Trevor Corp, Robert Gold, Dominique Gustin, Rob Hitzig, Harlan Mack, and Sean Clute and Otto Muller of Rural Noise Ensemble, through Feb. 28, Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, 122 Hourglass Lane, by appointment.
Helen Day Art Center is embarking on several new initiatives, including the development of a new strategic plan, a “Seizing the Future” campaign for expanded education and accessible exhibition experiences, and changing the name of the art center to better reflect the values of the organization.
“The Monument,” an original production performed live online by the performance, arts and technology program at Northern Vermont University Johnson, will be held Oct. 29, 7 p.m. and Oct. 30, 8 p.m., at the Dibden Center for the Arts.
The Vermont Humanities Council released a video conversation between John Killacky and Dona Ann McAdams about the current Helen Day Art Center exhibit featuring McAdams photography.