River Arts invites the community to join Artist and Johnson State College Assistant Professor of Fine Art, Michael Zebrowski, in a conversation to learn more about his public art and discuss the upcoming River Works Project. Attendees are encouraged to bring their stories of the Lamoille River and Oxbow, present questions that they may have about the area, and share their thoughts and ideas for the project. The information gathered at the meeting will be used to inform the work of the students, as they work with Michael Zebrowski to envision, design, build and install the final art installations. Interested in signing your teen up to participate? Click here and join us on Saturday to learn more!
The River Works Project - Community Talk - Saturday, March 25
The event starts at 6pm and the doors open at 5:30pm. Tickets are a suggested $10. You can get all the details here on our website. See you there!
-- Carey Earle
We invite artists to submit images of their work and a brief statement or proposal. Unless special arrangements are made in advance, all work should be ready to hang with our cable system and should be at least 20” x 20”. Submissions are due by March 1 and notifications will be made by March 31, 2017.
1. Artist’s statement or proposal – 2 pages maximum
2. CV – 1 page
3. Images or video
Images—5 high quality JPG images with a minimum of 2000 pixels for the shortest dimension. Include description, title, size, medium.
Video—Up to 3 video clips of maximum 5 minutes. Use links to artist’s website, YouTube or Vimeo.
Electronic submissions only to gallery@RiverArtsVT.org.
We do not accept submissions by mail or in person.
Read more about it here and check out photos of today's fun below.
Join us at River Arts TONIGHT to welcome artists Marie LaPré Grabon and Kathy Stark with their new exhibit Glue, Paper, Scissors.
The exhibit will be available to view through March 5th, during office hours (Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm).
Read more about their exhibit on our website here. See you there!
Many thanks to Kent Shaw for creating this wonderful video!Lastly, a heartfelt thank you to our community. Your participation, energy and support is what makes River Arts such a vibrant, special place to gather together, connect, express ourselves and find inspiration through the arts. We've assembled an exciting schedule of new exhibitions, workshops, camps, and performances for 2017 and look forward to seeing you again. Stay tuned, and have a wonderful New Year!
Join us on Thursday, December 3rd from 5:30-6:30pm, for an artist conversation with Mickey Myers and Kelly Holt!
What are the roles, process and exchange for curators and artists? How does an artist incorporate experimentation when developing their work over time?
To find out more about this special event, visit our website here.
The arts are a powerful force for transformation and change, and we witness the impact the arts make on our community every day. River Arts provides a vibrant community hub where hundreds of children, teens, and senior citizens in our region gather together and connect through our unique classes, gallery exhibits, performances and events each year.
We can only do our work with your help. Donate today, or any day, online or by snail mail at P.O. Box 829, Morrisville, VT 05661. Contribute to a thriving community, where people come together to create a positive future through the arts. THANK YOU!
- The many participants who attend our camps, workshops, performances and events
- Our artists, instructors and performers who share their talent and creativity
- Our hardworking volunteers, staff and board who pitch in to keep our wheels moving
- Our partners and collaborators for bringing their insight and resources
- Our funders and contributors for providing the financial support that makes it all possible
f/7 Photographers Gallery Talk
Join us tonight in the Folley Hall at River Arts!"Seeing the world through the lens" Tuesday, October 4th, 6:30-7:30pm Free Cameras are part of our daily lives. We use them to copy a recipe, share a family event, or create a piece of art. In this presentation, we will talk about how photography helps us see the world and share it with others.
A big thank you to Community National Bank and the Vermont Arts Council for their support in bringing public art to life in our town!
For more about this exciting project, click here!