News of the Arts for the week of
December 27, 2018-January 2, 2019
Today is ...
2018 was another busy year in the arts. We've had so many events every month that it has taken two weeks to summarize them. Read more...
IN THE SAC
The Swanton Arts Council Writer's Group will meet to share progress and join in the discussion about longer projects and more. Read more...
ON STAGE LIVE
The Young Tradition Touring Group, Too Much, Cooper and Lavoie (twice), the Dale and Darcy Band, and the Growlers appear on different stages. There is a Family Christmas Ball and Silver & Gold. Read more...
NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATIONS
Highlight is the new citywide celebration in Burlington
with a list of "bottom-up programming." The 26th First Night North
brings about 250 performers and a host of fine artists to St J. The Last Night
festivities are a one-night-only party in the Railroad City. Chris and Erica,
the Nobby Reed Project, and Justice have New Year's Eve gigs. Read
LOOKING BACK AT THE YEAR
Sunday evenings had Summer Sounds with Mark Shelton,
Northern Flyer, Anderson Gram, Dr. Jazz, the Hokum Bros., Clare Byrne, and Jimmy T.
The Downtown Summer Concerts and the Festival of Trees filled St Albans. Swanton
had Crafts, awards, Plein Air Painting, Writers, Chalk, workshops, Art Shows,
The Artist In Residence Gallery, the Northwestern Medical Center Gallery, and the Village Frame Shoppe had major exhibits. The BFA Performing Arts Center, the Church Street Sounds of the Season, the Opera House, Summer Evenings with Vermont Treasures, Summer Music at Grace all put on multiple shows and 14th Star, the Bayside, Mill River Brewing, and Twiggs offered music and art all year. Read more...
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