Art Hounds

Courtesy, Farm To Ballet

Ballet auditions for summertime outdoor performances, photography of the NEK and a play full of hilarity and heartbreak are on the docket for things to do in the region's art world this week and next!

Courtesy, Dick Dickinson/Audubon

VPR Art Hounds have found upcoming events for bird and photography lovers, storytellers, quilters and dancers.

Courtesy Kathleen Kolb

Catch the farewell performance of a local bluegrass group before they disband and head West, celebrate the presidential inauguration with art and explore various dance genres with workshops in Burlington.

Poster by Nance Shaw. Printed by Messenger Print and Design, St. Albans

Take in an evening with "The Logger", try out a full weekend of Cajun music and dance, see a documentary at a film fest or warm up with a dance party.

Courtesy, Northend Studios

VPR's Art Hounds have found an orchestra performance, two plays with young actors and a Venezuelan percussion and dance group for you to enjoy.

Courtesy, The Sheldon Museum/Artist Sarah Ashe

Discover new artists and venues in the new year!

Dave Celone

Intricate carvings with hidden images grace a pop-up gallery in White River Junction, plus students from a voice studio perform a holiday cabaret.

Enjoy arts events featuring student writers, musicians and actors, a holiday pop-up shop with works by local artisans and some holiday concerts.

SM Motion Graphics and Visual Effects, Artist Shaun Machia

From Cajun fiddling to a twist on classic ballet to printmaking and photography, find lots of diverse arts events this weekend all around the region.

Courtesy, TW Wood Gallery

After the tofurkey and pie and leftovers and football, here are some arts events to be grateful for this holiday weekend and beyond.

Courtesy, Sharon Academy

This weekend, look forward to a dance party at Nectar's, classical Christmas music, holiday train rides and pirates on stage.

Graphic design by Miki Hickel

VPR's Art Hounds suggest several staged plays, a West African drumming and dance workshop, an art exhibit and a horror film fest.

Courtesy, The Opera House at Enosburg Falls

If you plan it just right, you can see more than 20 staged plays and hear some local music this weekend!

Artist, Bruce Murray

More studios are open this weekend, plus hear local storytelling, see a craft show and hear some bluegrass among the foliage.

Courtesy, Montgomery Center Arts

This week, our art hounds have recommended a book launch party in Burlington, open studios in Brattleboro, a concert in Stowe and much more.

Courtesy, Nimble Arts

This week, VPR's Art Hounds suggest looking up at aerial circus arts in Wilmington, looking to the past and future at the Steampunk Festival in Springfield and looking to the trees at the Vermont Woodworkers Forest Festival in Woodstock.

Poster design by Eden Alessi

Block out some time on your calendars this weekend for an exhibit of sacred paintings, the works of 12 Syrian artists and a play about a man who treated his OCD with psychedelic mushrooms.

Puppets In Paradise

This week, puppets put on a show in a garden, a quartet takes the stage to play Beethoven and Vermont-made Quaker furniture is on view.

Connecticut River Watershed Council

Commemorate Tropical Storm Irene's fifth anniversary with song in Grafton and celebrate ways to keep our rivers clean with an art installation in Brattleboro.

Courtesy, Unadilla Theater

Several of Vermont playhouses' summer sessions are in full swing and you can see the latest work on a big screen by a local filmmaker.

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