In this five day introductory workshop Baylen Slote will demystify this ancient Chinese oracle by breaking the cryptic language of divination back down to simple natural symbols. He will touch upon concepts such as the Taoist metaphysics and binary code which underlies everything from our genes to computer gaming systems. Workshop dates: January 25, February 22, March 22, April 26 & May 24.
Copies of the Vermont Reads 2017 book, “Brown Girl Dreaming” by Jacqueline Woodson, are now available at the library! Vermont Reads is a statewide reading program run by the Vermont Humanities Council.
“Transfixed” - Oil paintings by tattoo artist, Lila Rees - Karen Kitzmiller Room. "The of a Dream" – Nature & portrait photography by Morgan Jacques - Non-Fiction Room.
The Lunch in a Foreign Language group at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library is excited to announce the newest lunch: American Sign Language! This is a great opportunity to brush up on your foreign language skills. Bring a bag lunch and a language dictionary. All levels are welcome! Noon – 1pm (Mondays – American Sign Language / Tuesdays – Italian / Wednesdays – Spanish / Thursday – French )
Using graphite, watercolor, and walnut ink on paper as well as directly on gallery walls in site-specific installations, Ross portrays animals morphed with branches, mushrooms, berries, and blossoms, thus forming implausible hybrid creatures. Interested in the idea of artist as mad scientist, Ross' drawings offer visual hypotheses to the question: what would happen if the DNA sequence of a plant or mushroom were spliced with that of an animal?