Burlington City Arts


All Ages Workshop: Create Imaginative Models for Casting With Riki Moss in Grand Isle State Park, August 16-17!



Riki Moss is winding up her six-week residency at Grand Isle State Park with a workshop on making models for casting. The workshop is all ages — adults are very welcome! She’ll be on the porch of the Nature Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, August 16 and Monday, August 17. Materials will be provided.


Alyse Ronayne

Alyse Ronayne (b. 1986 Detroit, MI) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.  Her work explores how illusion functions - in painting through depiction, and in sculpture through embodiment.  Interested in the conflation of painting and sculpture, how imagery becomes form, form becomes visual composition, texture becomes image, and image becomes object.  She has participated in group exhibitions in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Baltimore, and Philadelphia.


Lionel Cruet

Lionel Cruet was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico lives and works in New York City and San Juan. In 2013 he was the recipient of the Juan Downey Audiovisual Award 2013 at the 11th Media Arts Biennale at the National Museum of Fine Arts, Santiago, Chile and recently had a solo show, Lionel Cruet: In Between, Real and Digital with Bronx River Art Center in New York.


Margaret Lee

Margaret Lee works in video, drawing, and mixed media installation. She is interested in the emergence of a provisional narrative through performance, manipulation of memory and experience, and a self-reflexive process of play. These narratives usually manifest themselves in absurd, psychological fantasies and vulgar comedies. Margaret received her MFA from CUNY City College and lives and works in New York City.


Shane Morrissey

Shane Morrissey is a sculptor from New York City, who works with a mixed array of materials to create fragments of remembered scenes. The sculptures are rough, hunky and precarious, expressing the quirky calamities of his past in relation to new incidents that occur in the studio. Shane received his MFA from The University of Connecticut in 2014 and his BFA from MICA in 2009. His recent solo exhibition The Hobie Catreceived The Step Up 2013 Honorarium from Real Art Ways in Hartford CT. Shane has participated in residencies at The Wassaic Project and The Contemporary Artists Center.


Sage Lewis

Sage Lewis is interested in the connections between material process and concept and works through media of drawing, sculpture, prints, and photography to translate images into multiple outcomes. Her photo-based works use constructed paper forms as their subject matter in an effort to evoke an uncertain sense of space and establish a tactile relationship between drawing and the photographic. Lewis received her MFA from The Ohio State University in Columbus and is the recipient of the Virginia Commonwealth University’s Qatar Fellowship.


Jake Davidson

Jake Davidson is an artist based in Brooklyn, NY and Ramallah, PL. His films, objects, and situations unravel necropolitical and technocratic realities. During his residency Davidson is editing a film shot in Palestine related to Guibert’s theory of the Ghost Image. He’s exhibited at Anthology Film Archives (2012), Family Business (2012), Higher Pictures (2012), Recess Project Space (2012) and Terminal Projects (2013) in New York, as well as the Athens Video Art Festival (2013) in Greece and the Bergen Center for Electronic Arts (2014) in Norway.