“The Leftovers” Stencil and spray paint designs by artist DJ Barry Karen Kitzmiller Room & The Non-Fiction Room “100 Flowers of Peace” Poetry Banner Art by T. Namaya “100 Flowers of Peace” is a poem that has been translated into 109 languages and is printed on banners that are 1ft x 2ft. The Hayes Room
Gather with friends and make new ones, all while shopping great bargains and giving back to the community! · Portion of proceeds donated to Mad River Valley Ambulance · Jewelry & scarf samples and overstock 75% less than retail · All earrings, necklaces & bracelets $5 · Scarves 3 for $25 · New merchandise daily
Stop by for great books at great prices! Be sure to check out the Special Treasures collection of $5 and $10 books in the front lobby.
Vermont Professional Photographers Association Member Exhibit T.W. Wood Gallery May 30, 2017-June 30th, 2017 The T. W. Wood Gallery at 46 Barre St in Montpelier, Vermont is pleased to an exhibit of the Vermont Professional Photographers (VPP) association member show. The exhibit runs from Tuesday May 30th through Friday, June 30th with an opening reception on Thursday June 1st. The VPP association was founded in 1929 and is the local Vermont branch of the national organization, Professional Photographers of America. The members are dedicated to the promotion of their profession, through the education and enrichment on current practices in the field of professional photography. They strive to serve the public with high quality images and professional and ethical business practices. Also on exhibit at the Gallery is the “A Change in the Weather” exhibit, works of Adelaide Tyrol and Richard Murphy along with artwork from the T.W. Wood Permanent Collection. The Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday 12:00-4:00 pm and by appointment. The Gallery is located at 46 Barre Street at the Center for Arts and Learning in Montpelier, VT. For more information contact the Gallery’s Director Ginny Callan at 802-262-6035 email@example.com or go to www.twwoodgallery.org
Scholarship on Vermont’s eugenics movement has largely focused on the Eugenics Survey of Vermont of the 1920s, even though state officials proposed eugenical policies as early as 1912. In this presentation, Dartmouth College history student Mercedes de Guardiola will examine why eugenics emerged in Vermont and trace the impact of eugenical policies put into place over the course of the twentieth century. The event will include an exhibit of original archival records that de Guardiola used in her research.