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The Drain is Just for Rain, I Lead to Lake Champlain!

 

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Lenses on the Land

Concurrent to Of Land & Local: Watershed, Shelburne Farms is pleased to present a photography exhibit featuring juried work by participants in their long-time “Lenses on the Land” program at the Farm. The exhibition will take place in the East Hall of the Coach Barn at Shelburne Farms

Of Land & Local: Watershed

Now entering its fourth year, Of Land and Local: Watershed continues its commitment to the creation of new work through site-specific and place-based art making as well as community programming that encourages critical dialog. This coming August marks five years since Tropical Storm Irene hit Vermont. Water, as both ecological fact and metaphor, will be the subject of this year’s Of Land & Local.

BCA Education: Mixed Level Darkroom Student Show

Come see the work of students in Burlington City Arts' Mixed Level Darkroom program, featuring the work of Krista Dy, Renee Greenlee, Merle Siiro, and Andrew Silva. This class allows students at all levels to conceptualize and complete individual photographic projects of their choosing under the guidance of the Photography Program Director.

Fixed/Fluxed

Taking advantage of the diverse range of artistic practices that visit Vermont each summer through BCA’s Seven Below artist residency program, this exhibition will transform the gallery into a space of constant flux.  Three former artists-in-residence have been invited back to Vermont for this summer's residency  to participate in the exhibition which will feature a total of 11 former residents.  The three artists in residence, Thu Kim Vu, Meghan Gordon (working in collaboration with Cortney Andrews), Rob Swainston  have been charged with installing, reinstalling, adding to, reducing, or re

A LIFE IN COLOR: A RETROSPECTIVE OF THE ARTWORK OF LEE GARRISON

Burlington City Arts was pleased to present a two-day special exhibition at Shelburne Farm’s Coach Barn, which honored the life and work of artist Emily O. “Lee” Garrison (1928–2014).

 

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