Just had this review published on Delicious Line, an art review site that has a 900 character, one photo limit. Check it out.
I loved this film not for any easy answers but for the questions it raises. Here is my review of It’s Criminal by local filmmaker Signe Taylor, screening this Saturday at the White River Indie Film festival. Please read and share:
Posted in art, Blogging, Crime, Dartmouth, Film, gender roles, small town, vermont, Women |
Tagged Barrette Center for the Arts, criminal justice, Dartmouth College, incarceration, It's Criminal, Ivy Schweitzer, Signe Taylor, White River Indie Film, White River Junction |
Memorial Day weekend is so over. Not to worry. Read my preview of the WRIF fest and choose what you’re going to see. Please share.
Posted in art, Film, small town, Theater, vermont |
Tagged Barrette Center for the Arts, Dartmouth College, indie film festivals, indie films, It's Criminal, Ivy Schweitzer, Mars, Nora Jacobson, Phish, Signe Taylor, The Hanji Box, White River Indie Film, White River Junction VT, WRIF |
We just left Malaga, so beautiful! And this exhibition had just sprung up overnight outside on the marina boardwalk. It was a stunner. Read my latest here and please share:
Posted in art, photography, vermont |
Tagged Dartmouth College, Giorgos Moutafis, Malaga, Mediterranean, Rutland VT, Rutland Welcomes, Spain, Syrian refugees, Upper Valley Coalition for Immigrants and Refugees, WANN |
Art marries Big Data as international contemporary artist Ingo Günther prepares to open at the Hood Downtown this week. Read and share. Link is below.
Posted in art, Blogging, Dartmouth, Hopkins Center |
Tagged Amy Balkin, Dartmouth College, Globes, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Hopkins Center, Ingo Günther, Luis Delgado-Qualtrough, Mining Big Data, Strauss Gallery, World Processor |
The fascination never gets old. Is it because they look like doll houses, only edible? Read about the Ultimate Gingerbread Estate currently on display in the lobby of the Hanover Inn. There is even a video for the very curious.
One of my pet peeves are folks in the Upper Valley who think there is nothing to do here. This weekend, there is an abundance of live theater! Check it out, and make some plans.
Posted in art, small town, Theater |
Tagged Alice B. Fogel, Chard deNiord, Choir Boy, Dartmouth College, Dowds Country Inn, Intimate Apparel, JAG Productions, Legally Blonde, Long River Gallery and Gifts, Parish Players, Sleuth, Trumbull Hall Troupe |