Historic  Kents' Corner

These newly installed works accompany permanent outdoor sculptures by Vermont artists Thea Alvin (2012),
 Leslie Fry (2018), and Chris Miller (2012)
as well as other surprises by Art at the Kent curators.

In lieu of Words Out Loud, our reading series, which will also not take place this year, Art at the Kent launches “Outside Broadside,” a literary installation for 2020. Featuring verse by Putney poet Megan Buchanan, this limited edition letterpress broadside is the work of printmaker Kelly McMahon of May Day Studio. 

Kents’ Corner State Historic Site, Calais, Vermont

Image courtesy of the Ellicott Family

Beginning September 11, 2020 


Art at the Kent steps outside

In this most unusual of years, the entire indoor exhibition 
20/20 Hindsight has been postponed until September 2021. Instead, for 2020, Art at the Kent showcases a selection of outdoor works by several 20/20 Hindsight artists, who explore historic trades and technology in new and surprising ways.

Art at the Kent is a partnership between Historic Kents' Corner, Inc., the VT State Curator’s Office, and the VT Division for Historic Preservation. This show is part of The 2020 Vision initiative of the Vermont Curators Group

Please note the building is closed and public facilities are not available.
Visitors are welcome during daylight hours.
Limited parking on Old West Church Road, opposite the museum.
Thank you for wearing a mask and maintaining at least a 6-foot distance from other visitors.