It pays to be in the audience at the opening of Madama Butterfly when breaking news is announced.
Posted in Architecture, art, History, Opera North, Theater |
Tagged Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Blow-Me-Down Farm, Cornish Colony, Cornish NH, Evans Haile, Northern Border Regional Commissio, Opera North, Saint Gaudens National Historic Park |
Watching the construction as the old Hood Museum transforms into the new.
Posted in Architecture, art, Dartmouth, small town |
Tagged Bahar Behbahani, Hanover NH, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Ingo Günther, Julie Blackmon, Laetitia Soulier, Resonant Spaces |
Opera North. The historic property, now part of Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site. A marriage made in heaven! Please read and share. Link is below:
Posted in Architecture, art, History, Opera North, small town, Theater, vermont |
Tagged Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Blow-Me-Down Farm, Cornish NH, Evans Haile, Kiss Me Kate, La belle Hélène, Madama Butterfly, National Parks, Opera North, Pooh Sprague, Saint-Gaudens |
Finally made my way to Pomfret to ArtisTree. There in a small, off the beaten path, Vermont town is an arts center with an exhibition of the works of 12 Syrian artists. Here’s my article, and a sneak peek:
Posted in Architecture, art, History, memory, photography, small town, Travel, vermont, violence |
Tagged Adrian Tans, ArtisTree, Chris Louras, Cultural Beheading, Humam Alsalim, Julie Nakazi, Khaled Youssef, Omar Shammah, Pomfret VT, Rami Bakhos, Rutland Welcomes, Syria, Syrian art, Syrian refugees |
Do you have that treasured object, or maybe an attic full of them? Take a peek at this trailer for Ensemble Marie, whose performance on June 18 explores our relationship with our things. Free admission. Link is below.
Posted in Architecture, art, dance, Dartmouth, memory, Pilobolus, small town, Theater, vermont |
Tagged Alek Deva, Alphonse de Lamartine, Black Family Visual Arts Center, Carla Kimball, Ensemble Marie, FLIP Program, Hanover NH, Inanimate objects, Inanimate objects do you have a soul, Marie Fourcaut, Sculpture Fest, Woodstock VT |
Always exciting when a new business comes to my own town of Lebanon. The Coffee Garage is part of a larger plan to revitalize the downtown area. Here is a link to my post about the anticipated arrival of Lucky’s. Please read and share.
Oh, the architecture! And the history. You can spend the night in Boston’s old Customs House. Read and share! Link is below:
Posted in Architecture, art, History, Travel |
Tagged Boston, Boston Customs House, Boston history, Boston observation decks, Customs House, four-faced liar, Marriott, Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, peregrine falcons, skyscrapers |