Other Venue Events

Scrag Mountain Music Comes to Warren

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The beloved Aizuri Quartet returns to Scrag Mountain Music after a triumphant season as Quartet-in-Residence at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and Scrag Mountain Music returns to the Valley on November 10th, with their Premier performance of a work by Scrag co-Artistic Director Evan Premo. His String Quartet No.1 Deeply Known was written especially Read More

General News

2018 Photo Show Award Winners

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2018 PHOTO SHOW AWARD WINNERS Best In Show ($150 prize): Josh Axelrod – “The Beginning” David Garten – “Sylvia” Michael Jermyn – “Vermont Is Where You Find It” Honorable Mentions: Phil Bobrow – “Bridge & Stars” Dennis Curran – “Maples & Ferns” Jonathan Hart – “Mountain Pond” Cathleen Howland – “The Eye of the Beholder” Read More

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Drop-in Painting Group

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  Calling All Artists! The popular Wednesday Paint-ins in the Festival Gallery are back! Join other artists for a fun time as they share ideas and create individual works of art. From pencils to pastels, watercolors to oils – work in your own medium in a relaxed atmosphere. Two sessions each day – 2 to Read More

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Be Inspired:

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The Photographers’ Series. We’re delighted to announce a new program series. “Be Inspired” was developed by amateur photographer and Valley Arts Board Member, Stan Walker. The seven-session series will start in October and will be held at the Festival Gallery in Waitsfield on the second Wednesday each month.     Whether you’re a photographer, a Read More

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Tid Bits

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TID-BITS Here are a few items taken from the October issue of Valley Arts’ nine-times-per-year emailed newsletter. If you don’t receive it and crave more, you can sign up for a free subscription by emailing our newsletter editor, MaryLou Razza at mlrazza@gmail.com or phone 802-496-6682.   From the Board President and our Executive Director: September Read More

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The Arts Guide is on line!

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For a comprehensive listing of arts-related events in the Mad River Valley during the summer and autumn, see the Arts Guide online at http://vermontartsfestival.com   It’s a true copy of the guide, found in many locations around Vermont, in a neat, flip-pages format and is best viewed in full-screen mode.  The August-long Vermont Festival of the Read More