Our 2017 season’s theme is motion. Programs will explore how movement is perceived, captured and expressed through sculpture, music, video, and dance. All events are free and open to the public. These programs are once again a part of Vermont Arts for 2017
Dance with the Art
Saturday, August 26, 2pm at the Park
Join us Saturday, August 26 at 2pm, when Nicole Dagesse, with Murmurations Dance artists, develops a series of duets exploring weight sharing and balance through improvisational scores, set choreography, and contact improvisation, inspired by David Stromeyer's 2017 sculpture High Wire Act.
The Austin Piazzolla Quintet
Saturday, September 23, 7pm at The Meeting House on the Green in East Fairfield, VT
Honoring the overwhelming demand, we are bringing APQ back for another off-site performance of the music of the late Argentine composer, Astor Piazzolla, as well as original nuevo tango compositions. Suggested donation to The Meeting House, $10 at the door. Lite food and beverages available for purchase. The location is about a 20 minute drive from the park.
Does It Move? - Three Sculptors Explore Kinetics
Saturday, October 7, 2pm, at the Park
David Stromeyer, Meg Walker, and George Sherwood, share their art and come together to discuss how each addresses movement, actual and implied, in their work. Our Programming Director, Margaret Coleman, will moderate this panel. Meet the artists and share your thoughts over refreshments. This program closes our season for 2017.