Elizabeth Billings is a collaborative maker and ikat weaver who loves, and creates, public art. She describes her installations as “an investigation of wonder.” She lives and works in Tunbridge. Frank Woods is primarily a painter. His landscapes and Kimono paintings are closely linked in their shared exploration of line, tone, texture and composition. “For me, drawing is the foundation upon which all of this rests.” Frank lives in Montpelier. Elizabeth Fram is a multi-disciplinary artist, relying heavily upon her drawing practice to inform her textiles. “I apply the formal principles of line, form, and color, in tandem with the textural qualities inherent in textiles to explore image and surface, separately and together, celebrating each for the qualities it contributes to elevate the other.” Elizabeth lives in Waterbury.
Catamount Arts is pleased to present Debra Weisberg: Drawn to Touch, an exhibition of sculpture and works on paper on view in the Fried Family Gallery at the Catamount Arts Center on Eastern Avenue from April 27-June 14, 2019. The show features Weisberg’s distinctive constructed drawings, or wall sculptures, pieces that reach out from the walls, carving space beyond two dimensions. This exhibition showcases artist Debra Weisberg’s fascination with exploratory drawing as the basis for work that invokes a sense of touch. Using tape, fiber, fiberglass mesh, and hydrostone, she creates installations and stand-alone pieces that act both in collaboration and resistance to material. “All of my work is rooted in drawing,” Weisberg observes. It is her desire to establish sensory awareness of spatial relationships between the human body and material which are “dynamic, improvisational, and mutable.”
Enjoy drinks or dinner while watching a movie from your private table in our theater! Dinner is full service, tables are first-come, first-served. A police shootout leaves four thieves dead during an explosive armed robbery attempt in Chicago. Their widows — Veronica, Linda, Alice and Belle — have nothing in common except a debt left behind by their spouses’ criminal activities. Hoping to forge a future on their own terms, Veronica joins forces with the other three women to pull off a heist that her husband was planning. Rated: R Run time: 2 hours and 8 minutes
Revel in the nuances of acrobatic theater that is at once otherworldly and accessibly human as you forget what is possible and immerse yourself in the joy of the human spirit in motion. Fractured examines the familiarity of patterns, the comfort of a loop in time, and the monotony of a life unexamined. And a moment that can change everything. From New England Center for Circus Arts, the internationally recognized circus school known for outstanding physical and creative programming, comes Fractured, the culmination of three years of professional education in NECCA’s ProTrack Program. For aspiring performers, NECCA’s 3 year ProTrack provides elite acrobatic and aerial training alongside movement and physical theater, instigating a deeper capacity for creativity within circus arts. In their final year, a small group of these accomplished students devise a show for touring, embracing innovation and daring at the intersection of circus, theater, and dance.
Transcending the traditional definition of choral music, this group of Village Harmony veterans is particularly renowned for its command of varied world ethnic singing styles. The current ensemble is led by Adam Simon, Sophie Michaux and Larry Gordon. This concert program will especially feature Corsican and Balkan songs, renaissance pieces and new compositions by Simon. York Street Meeting House, 153 York Street, Lyndon, VT Sunday, May 26 at 7:00 pm.