To explore the work of this year's participants, click on an image of your choosing. All artists have websites to visit, click on the small link icon found in the bottom right corner of the enlarged frame.




Donations encouraged at the door




For more information:

Call: 802.223.6613

E-mail: thekentmuseum@gmail.com




All photo credits courtesy contributing artists

​​​​Guillaume de Machaut

remix by Ariadne Greif ​Douce Dame Jolie

​Program


Lembit Beecher 

selections from ​Three Songs of Remembered Love

Museum of Everyday Life

Mini Exhibition

Spotlights


All mini concerts are "Pay what you can" with at-will donations collected at the door. 


Video Installation

Lembit Beecher's And Then I Remember

Performed by Mary Bonhag & Evan Premo

3 Sundays in September at 3 o'clock​

​​​Artifacts on Loan

from the Calais and Vermont

Historical Societies

September 23rd

Karla Van Vliet & George Longenecker

SEPTEMBER 7 - OCTOBER 7, 2018​

FRIDAY - SUNDAY 10 - 5 & BY APPOINTMENT

Old West Church, 758 Old West Church Road, Calais

 Reception and book signings to follow​ down the road at the Kent

 MUSEUM

CALAIS, VERMONT 


Scrag Mountain Music

The Intersection of Art and Music

Four Mini Concerts


September 22nd, 2:30-5pm


Concert One: 2:30 - 2:50pm


Concert Two: 3:10 -3:30pm


Concert Three: 3:50 - 4:10pm


Concert Four: 4:30 - 4:50pm

​​​​Harrison Birtwistle

selections from ​Nine Settings of Lorine Niedecker

WORDS OUT LOUD

3 Sundays in September

Old West Church @ 3 o'clock

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OPENING CELEBRATION

Saturday, September 8, 3-5pm


CLOSING CELEBRATION

​Sunday, October 7, 3-5pm

Events



Artful Eating Café at the Kent

Friday mornings starting September 14th

10:30 - 12:30pm



More Than Skin Deep:

The Art of the Tattoo

Join practitioners, appreciators, aficionados and the curious for an informal gathering celebrating the art of the tattoo.  Saturday, September 29th, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Kent Museum

September 30th

Rick Agran & Elena Georgiou

Over a dozen Vermont artists are inspired by the theme of Backstory, which brings personal experience and the history of selected art materials into focus. 

Backstory ​ is presented by Historic Kents' Corner, Inc., the Vermont State Curator's Office, and the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation


Tea Tasting and Tea Ware Demo
Little Tree Tea pop-up stall and specialty tea ware by potter Alison Pyott
Saturday, September 29, 1:00 - 5:00


​​Scrag Mountain Music infuses sound into the art-filled spaces of the Kent Museum. Drawing inspiration from the exhibition Backstory, Scrag co-Artistic Directors Mary Bonhag (soprano) and Evan Premo (double bass), together with celebrated Vermont cellist Emily Taubl, showcase the following intimate works in four mini concerts.

​​​​​WORDS OUT LOUD


We are grateful for all of our community volunteers who make these exhibitions possible. Particular gratitude to poet Mary Elder Jacobsen for curating WORDS OUT LOUD; to artist Luciana Frigerio for contributing the Backstory poster image; and the curators Nel Emlen, Allyson Evans, and David Schutz for creating this event. 



Thanks also to Linda Mirabile of RavenMark for her generous creation of all our printed materials. We are also very grateful for the talent and incredible care of Robyn Alvin of Alvin Creative as she constructed this website with us. 

​​​poetry & prose, with backstory...

September 16th

Burr Morse & Angela Patten

Historic  Kents' Corner

Advanced Reservations are necessary. RSVP by clicking on desired concert link above.


Pecha Kucha

Concise, fast-paced slide presentations

by exhibiting artists

Maple Corner Community Center

September 26th @ 6:30pm



Annual Silent Art Auction 

September 7th - October 7th