MAC Center for the Arts Celebrates RECYCLE INTO SPRING II
Newport. The MAC Center for the Arts, 158 Main Street, Newport celebrates the second annual Recycling Exhibit, opening day April 28, 2017 with a reception from 5-7 pm. Free event.
Recycled art is not something that’s beautiful but just a waste of time and space. It’s like alchemy which turns base metal into gold, except that it turns trashes into gold. … And for the first time, you will be amazed by the beauty of reformed trashes. The Exhibit will continue thru May 27 and features artists repurposed and recycled whimsies and unique sculptures making for an interesting and sometimes odd exhibition. A call to artists for this unusual exhibition engages the talents of many of our collective artists guilds in the Northeast Kingdom. Visit the MAC Downstairs Gallery for some rediscovered artistry that leaves no carbon footprint.
For more information, visit www.maccenterforthearts.com or call 802-334-1966.
This is a great way to spend a part of your Sunday!
The Waterbury Arts Fest (WAF)! WAF has been held in historic, downtown Waterbury, Vermont for the past sixteen years.
Each year artist work includes fine art painting, pottery, fiber art, weaving, glasswork, baskets, jewelry, woodwork and sculpture as well as food and wellness products. Many artists conduct demonstrations throughout the day. There is a stage located at the center of the festival with performances staggered throughout the day from 10 am to 4 pm. Musicians include students from the local high school, dancers from Green Mountain Performing Arts, magicians and other family-friendly acts.
The mission of the Waterbury Arts Fest is to celebrate artists and their work.
contact WAF Event Coordinator, Meg Schultz at email@example.com. and help Revitalize WATERBURY!
Goodrich Memorial Library invites you to a Valentine Celebration featuring the toe-tapping music of the Friends & Drifters on Friday February 17th at 7:00 PM.
Friends & Drifters Valentine’s Day Celebration
Join us for an evening of music and refreshments in a cozy cafe-style setting. Donation upon entry would be much appreciated. (All profits benefit the Goodrich Memorial Library.)
Every year about this time, we expect an invitation from Byron Carr for the ARTIST’S GETAWAY WEEKEND AT THE BARTLETT INN in the WHITE MTS. of New Hampshire. If you have visited the White Mts., then you know how very beautiful they are….for painters (or photographers) the area is a treasure. If you have never visited the White Mts. then click below for wonderful photos of the many painting locations and you owe yourself an ART-cation! We love it and so will you!
ARTIST’S GETAWAY WEEKEND AT THE BARTLETT INN
May 18-21, 2017
This is not a workshop, just for painting.
The Bartlett Inn is the best location I have found to have a long weekend for artists to roam the countryside and paint on location. Nick and Miriam are great artist friendly hosts for the four days. It is centrally located to most of the White Mountains and their varied scenery. Expansive mountain views, rocks and waterfalls, ponds and streams, farms and fields, and the Conway Rail Station are a short drive away.
All skill levels are invited. Artists from around New England and even some from NY City have gathered here twice a year for 10 years. After Nick and Miriam prepare a great breakfast we are off to paint. There is no other schedule because dealing with artists is like herding cats. Some paint in groups, some alone. I do a demonstration painting for those interested. Sat. evening we have pizza delivered and check out all our paintings.
Price varies per room but all are special rates for artists.
Restrictions: Subject to availability. Price includes 3 nights accommodation, yummy country breakfast daily and Friday/Saturday Art Sessions as per above.
For more information:
The Wooden Horse Arts Guild Arts Education Committee announces the Spring Scholarship Round for the Camilla Mead Arts Education Scholarship Fund. Applications for the Spring round of up to $500.00 will be accepted beginning March 1st, 2017. The round will be closed to applicants on May 1st., 2017.
Art isn’t just a throw-away class and neither is the study of crafts…they are subjects that can lead to a meaningful career for creative students, whether a highschooler or a Mom who has the ability to take on a project and wants to go further. If you have talent, and the ability to express a passion for your medium of choice in each project you take on, well, you’re doing something you love. Might as well get a little financial aid to help you along!
The Wooden Horse Arts Guild offers their Camilla Mead Arts Education scholarships to help with funds for drawing to painting to photography to design, and even music and literary arts. Our scholarships are specific to those who live in Vermont and are ages 16 through those older adults who want to continue their artistic talent.
Activities supported by the fund include, but are not limited to, workshops, private or group classes, performance, instrument rental or purchase and acquisition of art supplies. Applications and all information are at: http://www.woodenhorsearts.com/scholarships.shtml You will also see the recipients of some of our scholarships.
The Collectors’ Fair, the ULTIMATE SHOW AND TELL, will once again be held at the Orleans Elementary School gym in Orleans, VT on Sunday, Feb. 12 – 9 am to 2 pm!
Free Admission – Lunch and Snacks! Come and see: Your favorite insulators, glass works, cards, antiques, Star Wars. vintage Lionel TRAINS ……You’ll have a great time and be sure to bring the kids! They’ll love to run the trains.
Organized by the Old Stone House Museum and happily sponsored by Parkview Garage and E.M. Brown & Son.
See you There!
If you like trains and everything about them, don’t miss this showing!
Most of Manfred’s sculptures are based on rail plates that are 70 to 90 years old and were collected in the Eastern Townships and in the Newport to Richford area. “My little pieces have been created in memory of those who rode on them over a very long time.” Don’t miss the opening party!