I fell in love with this photo a few months ago. Now it is part of an upcoming exhibition at DHMC. Reception with photographer and explorer Stephen Gorman included. Please read and share.
Posted in art, nature, photography, Travel, vermont |
Tagged Audubon, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, DHMC, DHMC Arts Program, Discovery Channel, Inuit, laundry, laundry in art, National Geographic, National Public Radio, Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Stephen Gorman |
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 |
I have been in love with libraries since I was four years old. There are ever more reasons to love them. Here is one. Please read and share. Link is below.
Posted in art, books, History, small town, Travel, vermont |
Tagged American Precision Museum, Bethel Public Library, Billings Farm and Museum, Converse Free Library, Currier Museum of Art, Howe Library, Institute of Contemporary Art, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Kilton Public Library, Lebanon Library, libraries, Museum of Fine Arts, Norwich Library, Royalton Library, The Fells, Vermont Institute of Natural Science, VINS |
Arriving at Central Park on a Saturday morning’s walk felt like coming home as I spied the gold of Saint-Gaudens’ statue of General Sherman. Almost like bumping into a neighbor from the UV. Here is what I found of public art there. Link is below. Please read and share!
Posted in art, small town, Travel |
Tagged Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Central Park, General Sherman, Lexington Hotel, Liz Glynn, Open House, Oscar Wilder, Strand Bookstore, Whitney Ballroom, William Tecumseh Sherman |
. . .but consoling myself with the Marché Raspail this Sunday morning. Here is my latest post about one of my never-miss experiences in Paris.
Posted in Food, Health, small town, Travel |
Tagged Bio markets, Marché biologique, Marché Raspail, Marché Saint Germain, Monoprix, Norwich Farmers Market, Organic markets, Outdoor markets, Paris |
Our very own Northern Stage is helping a brand new theater to get up and running. Greensboro VT’s Highland Center for the Arts is about to open. Read about it here:
Posted in art, Northern Stage, small town, Travel, vermont |
Tagged A Midsummer Night's Dream, Circus Smirkus, Eric Bunge, Eric Love, Greensboro VT, Hazen Union, Highland Center for the Arts, Hill Farmstead, Jasper Hill, Miller's Thumb, Northern Stage, Willey's |
Dos Mujeres, the first Frida Kahlo work to find a home in a New England museum, has been restored and is available for viewing at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. And there are O’Keeffes as well. Here is a sneak preview. Only a bus ride away. Link is below.