The Southern Vermont Dance Festival is excited to announce the Friday Gala Concert at 8 pm on Friday, July 19th at the Latchis Theater. Artists from around the country will join us for an incredible performance, full of dancers and choreographers at the top of their field. The Gala will feature a variety of modern and contemporary dance styles that explore interesting social themes with rich, beautiful movement.
Thursday July 18th the Southern Vermont Dance Festival will present its Opening Gala Concert at 4:30pm at the Latchis Theater on 50 Main St, in Brattleboro, Vermont. This performance will involve both upbeat as well as works with more serious themes. This kick-off event to the four-day festival is perfect for dance lovers and families alike, featuring many exciting genres of dance and high quality choreography from all over the world. The festival’s choreographers have come from every corner of the country to share new and revived work! There will be works in modern, ballet, fusion dance and more!
Mar. 2 – Apr. 14: Mitchell-Giddings Fine Arts is pleased to present Gene Parulis: Visions and Explorations, with an artist’s opening reception Saturday, March 2, 5-7 pm. The exhibit continues through April 14, and an Artist Talk is scheduled for March 23, 5 pm.
Gene Parulis has been absorbed in photographing the world for fifty years, and his passion for photography is central to his teaching and traveling. He has taught in diverse places from a mountain village in Algeria to Kuwait University, California to Vermont and has exhibited in galleries in the USA and Europe.
The Architecture + Design FREE Film Series continues with THE BLACK MUSEUM at 118 Elliot, 118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301
Doors open at 6:00 pm. Films are free and open to the public.
Good morning everyone
The Winter/Spring schedule is now up on our website and enrollment is open for classes and workshops this Season. Give a gift of Art to someone you love. We now have gift certificates for the new year. www.vermontdrawingstudio.com
Here is some of what is on offer in January at The Drawing Studio:
We have 5 spots left in A Drawing Season, a “low-residency” drawing study from January to March 2019. With a mix of private lessons, small group workshops and in-studio drawing time you can re-learn drawing as a natural and connective activity. Children draw and are world makers when they do. As adults we, semi-consciously, agree to draw what something looks like rather than our experience of it. They are not the same thing!
Saturday, November 3rd, 2018, 6pm @ VCP
(Free & open to the public)
Please join the Vermont Center for Photography for a public artist talk with MA-based photographer, Paul Reitano, in conjunction with his solo exhibition “Thrive: The Overcome Project”. Paul’s photographic series that will be on display for the month of November stemmed from his personal battle – and eventual success story – with cancer. This series is a collection of raw and evocative images of the experiences Reitano endured and the many people who aided him along the way.
Take a break from your work week and join us at The Drawing Studio for a cup of coffee and some time to draw, paint and read. The brook runs just outside our windows and the art library is full of inspiration. There will be beautiful still life arrangements to draw from, benches to bring outside if you want to work from nature and good instruction if you need it. Mostly there will be coffee, quiet and materials to let you come into relationship with your simple and creative self.
Hello creative humans,
The Drawing Studio re-opens in just two weeks. You can join us for drawing, painting, talking, having coffee and reading in our library. We have classes in Life Drawing and Drawing Basics, a Color Mixing workshop coming up and ongoing Open Studio and drop-in drawing sessions every week. We also offer private lessons on Thursdays. Full details are on the website www.vermontdrawingstudio.com and registration is happening NOW! I look forward to working together this Fall.
The Fall semester at The Drawing Studio begins September 7th and enrollment is now open. If you are interested in working creatively, we offer Long Pose Figure Painting, Drawing Basics, Wednesday Open Studios, Private lessons in drawing and painting and a weekend workshop in Color Mixing. These are some of the ways you can join us at The Drawing Studio.
Join us for a week at The Drawing Studio in Brattleboro and learn about yourself as a painter. We will explore color mixing, light, materials, composition and creativity in a clear and integrated way. During our lunch breaks, we will look at painters from art history who loved what we will be learning about.
For absolute beginners or painters looking to revisit the fundamentals in an inspiring and whole-hearted way.
C.X. Silver Gallery is pleased to announce a new exhibition of extraordinary black and white portraits by Emma Rueter, recent B.U.H.S. graduate, formerly also of Hilltop Montessori, and aspiring artist and photographer. The images of high school athletes, part of a series entitled ‘For the Love of the Game’, have a definite archetypal quality. All are welcome to a reception for the artist and this exhibition on Wednesday June 13, 5-7pm. The exhibition runs June 12-July 11.
The Drawing Studio in Brattleboro is offering a variety of creative opportunities this Summer; classes in Life Drawing, Drawing Basics and an immersive weeklong workshop in Color and Painting. There are also weekly drop-in life drawing sessions and Open Studio hours for independent and guided work. Jason Alden is a skilled and attentive instructor who will meet you at any level of experience, from absolute beginner to long-time painter.
This weekend workshop will help you to draw anywhere you are with more curiosity and enjoyment. The world and nature are in constant communication with us. There are ways of seeing and drawing that can move this communication into a conversation. When we see something not only as its object name i.e. brook, but also as it’s qualities, flowing, cold, reflective, dark, murmuring, the brook becomes fuller, more dimensional and we have many more ways to creatively interact with it. Also, our drawings become more personal and particular to our senses and our experience of things.
Thursday, April 26: A Room of One’s Own: The Creation of Inner Space
Conversation moderated by Shanta Lee Gander
TIME: 6 – 8:30 p.m. LOCATION: 118 ELLIOT, BRATTLEBORO, VT
*Time range of this event includes networking time. Snacks will be available.*
On Saturday, April 21 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., the public is invited to a Craft Fair and Plant Sale sponsored by the Landmark College Office of Student Activities and the Gardening Club. This event will take place on the Landmark College Quad, rain or shine. We are currently seeking vendors. For more information, contact Emily North, Director of Student Activities: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Studio at the Drawing Studio begins this week! We will have drop in hours every Monday through Thursday. Our full schedule is here:
We have all drawing materials (and watercolor and gouache) available. You may work independently or with as much instruction as you need. The Open Studio is supported on a donation basis and all are welcome.
Hello, my name is Jason Alden and I invite you to visit The Drawing Studio, a creative workspace for artists, students and families. As a life-long lover of drawing, I offer this space as an encouragement to individuals to explore their creative natures, independently or in community. All are welcome.
The Drawing Studio is fully equipped with drawing and water-based art materials, paper, easels, still life collections and a wonderful art library. We have a coffee and tea bar and windows overlooking the Whetstone Brook.
You may work independently or with instruction. I have many years experience with drawing, painting and color theory and am happy to help you as much as you need.