Michael Sherman from Montpelier called the VPR Art Hounds hotline about an interesting venue for a photography display. Through March 15th, you can see John Snell’s exhibit, "Still Learning to See," at the Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin.
Karen Nevin called about "Intertwined," a show from 12 of Vermont’s premier fiber artists. The works are woven, knitted and quilted and you can see the works through March 9th at the Festival Gallery, next to the Tempest Bookstore in Waitsfield. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 to 4 and Saturdays from 10 to 3.
On a recent vacation, Grace Hardy, who is the director at the Aidron Duckworth Museum in Meriden, New Hampshire, visited the Vermont Institute of Contemporary Art in Chester.
"The Mysterious Mind," is a collective exhibit from Vermont artists Theresa Benedetto, Fran Bull, Joan Curtis, Thomas McGraw and Mareva Millarc, on display and for sale through March 24th.
Lynne Woodard of Calais raved about long-time storytellers Tim Jennings and Leanne Ponder who will weave some folk tales including, "The Vampire Princess" and other eerie stories through the weekend at Lost Nation Theater in Montpelier.
And a new play called, "Winds of Change" at the Off Center for Dramatic Arts in Burlington, which deals with the hot topic of wind power in Vermont.
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