News of the Arts for the week of
July 29-August 4, 2021
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We mourn the passing of Verne Colburn and David Underwood. Read more...
BIG MUSIC WEEKS
The Big Music Weeks of Summer continue this week as some of our friends play multiple gigs in almost a dozen Towns. Read more...
SOUNDS OF SUMMER!
The Chevalier Drilling Company, Inc., presents Jenni Johnson and the Jazz Junketeers in Summer Sounds on the new stage on the Highgate Arena lawn. Read more...
Vermont received $524 million in relief money, the first half of the just over $1 billion the state will receive. Despite the good news, the seven-day rolling average of daily new cases in the state has risen. Vermont is the safest state in the Union but the infection is still here. Read more...
ART ON THE WALLS
The Artist In Residence Gallery asks members and visitors to participate in the People's Choice awards for the theme "Eye to Eye." Read more...
WORKSHOPS & CLASSES
River Arts hosts Wednesday Night Live at Oxbow park. MAG offers How To Write Your Best Artist Statement with Corrina Thurston. Read more...
IN THE SAC
The Swanton Arts Council will hold a Board Meeting in person at the Swanton Free Public Library. Read more...
ON STAGE LIVE
Squirrel, IncaHoots, Jesse Agan, the Trevor Ryan
Duo, Dark Star Project, Jeff Shelly, Dave Miller, Cooie DeFrancesco, the Shane
Murley Band, Jeff & Gina, Dale & Darcy, D and Cookie, the Buck
Hollers, the Abbey Summer Party, Long Gone John Freeburn, Django Soulo, Dave
Langevin, Braden Lalancette, Henry Clark, George Murtie, Tom Caswell and Scott
Totten, Dogs in a Pile, Dead Sessions Lite, Beg Steal or Borrow, Abby Sherman
and the Way North, the Black Wolf Duo, Gary Wade, Amerikana Blue, the Nobby Reed
Project, Jorge Garcia Herranz, Jenni Johnson and the Jazz Junketeers, Trucks
Taps and Tunes, Carol Ann Jones and Will Patton, and John Geno all perform live
on a stage near you. Read
Nominations are due for an outstanding Vermont teacher for the Swenson Award. Read more...
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