Fascinating mix of old and new at the Hood Downtown. Here is my commentary.
Art in VT and NH. I am always thrilled to see my quarterly column published in the Woven Tale Press. Here is my take on the winter’s greatest hits: (link below)
Posted in art, small town, vermont |
Tagged August Burns, Ava Gallery and Art Center, Cecelia Kane, Currier Museum of Art, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, George Sherwood, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, John F. Parker, Kader Attia, Leonard Cohen, Musee d’art contemporain, T.W. Wood Gallery, White River Gallery@BALE |
International artist Kader Attia at the Hood. Pull up a chair and grab the headphones. This is an exhibition to sit with.
Posted in Architecture, art, Dartmouth, Health, small town, Travel |
Tagged Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Kader Attia, Kintsugi, mental illness, repair, Western/Non-Western |
Small town, big art. How I became an Art Correspondent at Woven Tale Press to tell the world the story of Vermont and New Hampshire.
Posted in art, Dartmouth, small town, vermont, writing |
Tagged Ava Gallery and Art Center, Hall Art Foundation, Hanover NH, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Janet Hulings Bleicken, King Farm, LandARTLab, Lebanon NH, Reading VT, Resonant Spaces, Woodstock VT |
Sound art at Dartmouth/Hanover NH. Very cool. Link is below.
Put on your walking shoes and grab a cider donut. My latest piece on the Hood Downtown.
Posted in art, Dartmouth, Music, small town |
Tagged cider donut, Dartmouth College, Hanover NH, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Jacob Kirkegaard, Jess Rowland, Julianne Swartz, Lou's Restaurant, Resonant Spaces, Susan B. Apel, Terry Adkins |
Sound art is coming to the Upper Valley in a big way. Eight internationally-acclaimed artists are making their way to small (but mighty) Hanover NH. My article is a small, sneak “peek.” More to come. Link is below.
Just had this review published on Delicious Line, an art review site that has a 900 character, one photo limit. Check it out.
Patrick Dunfey is the Head of Exhibitions and Planning at the Hood Museum of Art. He is also an artist. An exhibition of his work just opened at the White River Gallery. Here is my commentary and a sneak peek.
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 |