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THU 12/29 • 8PM WE SING THEM IN THE SHOWER, WE DANCE TO THEM IN BALLROOMS, THIS REVUE PAYS HOMAGE TO THE 20TH CENTURY ICONS OF BROADWAY AND MUSICAL THEATRE.
‘The Built Environment’ In Vermont, we’re often so busy
The Songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein
FRI 12/30 • 8PM
AN EVENING WITH ANAIS MITCHELL
admiring the natural world that we overlook the beauty of the manmade. Take a closer
look at “The Built Environment” at Essex Junction’s Darkroom Gallery through January 20. Photographers from all over Vermont, and the world, capture swooping arches and elegant dovetails, a rain-splattered empty parking lot, and swirling department store escalators. The work honors the vision and engineering feats of architects, but also the evidence of the people who’ve invigorated — or abandoned — these constructed spaces.
VERMONT’S OWN SINGER/SONGWRITER
Think cheery plastic chairs and colorful flags, graffiti and smashed windows. Pictured: “Into the Light” by Marco Virgone. BURLINGTON-AREA ART SHOWS
Paige halsey WarreN: “Pages,” graphic-novelinspired acrylic paintings; loNgiNa smoliNski: Abstract paintings; chad Fay: Paintings. Through January 2 at the Daily Planet in Burlington. Info, 917-287-9370.
Peter laNgrock: Landscape and still-life paintings; sponsored by Langrock Sperry & Wool. Proceeds benefit the college's campaign to renovate a historic portion of its campus. Through January 13 at the Gallery at Burlington College. Info, 923-2350. robert & JuliaN cardiNal: Landscape and figurative paintings by father and son; also, paintings by Joe Keiffer, John Olson and Jacob Neagle. Through January 6 at Scarlet Galleries in Burlington. Info, 508-237-0651.
'three seNiors' exhibit': Art Affair by Shearer presents work by Kim, Sylvie and Pogo Senior. Through December 31 at Shearer Chevrolet in South Burlington. Info, 658-1111.
1/5: BIG BAD VOODOO DADDY 1/14: DANCE ALIVE — FIRE & ICE: AN OLYMPIAN TRILOGY
tom culliNs: Abstract paintings. Through December 31 at Weller in Burlington. Info, 660-4889. WiNooski holiday PoP-uP art market: Artists and artisans sell their wares in a vacant storefront on the top right side of the traffic circle. Through December 31 in Winooski. Info, 264-4839. 'WiNter laNdscaPes': Paintings by Sean Dye, Mary Krause and Tony Conner. Through February 29 at Shelburne Vineyard. Info, 985-8222. WiNter shoW: Paintings by Elizabeth Nelson and many others. Through January 21 at Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne. Info, 985-3848.
CENTRAL VERMONT SHOWS
1/24: AN EVENING WITH MARC COHN
1/28: RENEE TAYLOR AND JOE BOLOGNA – IF YOU EVER LEAVE ME... I’M GOING WITH YOU 2/3: COCKTAILS WITH LARRY MILLER
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shayNe lyNN: Large-scale color photographs of Lake Champlain. Through December 31 at Metropolitan Gallery, Burlington City Hall. Info, 865-7166.
'the holly daze': Artwork that explores the relationship between commercialism and belief. Through January 31 at Union Station in Burlington. Info, 864-1557.
'PeN & iNk': Illustrations by Nicholas Heilig, Anthony Green, Kimberley Hannaman Taylor and Thomas Pearo; 'occuPy the World': Notes and art from the Occupy movement. Through December 31 at the Firefly Collective in Burlington. Info, 559-1795.
susaNNah alleN: Gifts from Allen's Vermont Apron Company, as part of Mangione's holiday studio sale. Through January 1 at Jackie Mangione Studio in Burlington. Info, 598-1504.
BIG BAD VOODOO DADDY
Patricia lyoN-surrey: “Romancing the Art of Photography,” work full of montage, panning and color play. Through December 31 at Marilyn's in Burlington. Info, 658-4050.
susaN osmoNd: Paintings by the Vermont artist. Through December 31 at Alchemy Jewelry Arts Collective in Burlington. Info, 660-2032.
THU 1/5 • 7PM
Nicholas heilig: “Pop Up People,” stencilinspired portraits of icons such as Marilyn Monroe, Bob Ross, James Bond and Martin Luther King Jr. Through January 1 at Nunyuns Bakery & Café in Burlington. Info, 861-2067.
steWart mcheNry: “Fall and Winter Photographs,” photographic collages. Through December 30 at Pickering Room, Fletcher Free Library, in Burlington. Info, 865-7211.
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