Opening Celebration
Saturday, September 7, 3–5 pm
    
Delia Robinson &
Norman Kennedy 
Binnorie Crankie Performance

Sunday, September 8, 7 pm
Folk artist Delia Robinson collaborates with Norman Kennedy, world-renowned Scottish singer of old songs and a National Heritage Fellow, to perform Binnorie, the beautiful yet mournful ballad of two sisters who love the same man.
Space is limited in the Kent ballroom

Reserve seats here

PechaKucha
Thursday, September 12, 6:30–8 pm 
Concise, fast-paced slide presentations by exhibiting artists.
Maple Corner Community Center
 


Café with music

Four Fridays beginning September 13, 10:30–noon


Wonder: Magic and Mystery with
Rob Mermin

Friday, September 13, 5:30–6:30 pm
Delight in an evening of fun and surprise with artist and founder of Circus Smirkus. 
Learn tricks with everyday objects; marvel in the inexplicable!   8 years and up
Space is limited in the Kent ballroom
Reserve seats here


Gaze on This 
Saturday, September 21, 3 pm       
Outdoor dance performance choreographed by Cyndal Ellis;
performed by Cyndal Ellis and Annie Hall on the Kent grounds. 
Open to the public


Words Out Loud

Sundays, September 15, 22, 29, 3 pm 
Old West Church


Delia Robinson
Death and the Lady
Crankie Performance

Friday, September 20, 7 pm
This is a beautiful minor key ballad that helped inspire two distinct art movements emerging from social disorder.

Space is limited in the Kent ballroom
Reserve seats here


Rick Agran & Karla Van Vliet 
Ways of Re-seeing in Words:
The Art of Ekphrastic Poetry

Sunday, September 22, 9 am 
In this workshop, participants select a compelling work of art and seek to celebrate and explore it in words.

Sign up here


Tea Tasting with
Little Tree Tea Company

Saturday, September 28, 12–4 pm


Closing Celebration

Sunday, October 6, 3–5 pm

Old West Church, 758 Old West Church Road, Calais

9/22
Rick Winston & Elizabeth A. I. Powell

Delia Robinson 
Dominated by the creative process, Montpelier artist Delia Robinson unveils the hidden through storytelling, painting, clay constructions, and singing. The underlying stories in every creation are packed with tradition and family roots in a fanciful, illuminating way. See her captivating array of whistles, hand-painted crankie scrolls, and mythical paintings on display in the Kent.

2019
Showcase

9/29
Janet Pocorobba & Daniel Lusk

Delia Robinson working one of her Crankies

Three Sundays in September at 3 o'clock

Vermont authors putting their own spin on reVision

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

reVision is presented by Historic Kents' Corner and the Vermont State Curator's office in collaboration with the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation, who administer Kents' Corner State Historic Site.

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

We would like to thank our designers Linda Mirabile of Ravenmark for creating all of our printed materials and Kate Burnim for developing the reVision webpage. Thanks also to Mary Admasian of Lights On Marketing and Communication Design for publicity. 

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. All photo credits courtesy contributing artist.

Donations encouraged at the door.

For more information:
Call: 802.223.6613 | E-mail: thekentmuseum@gmail.com

9/15
Susan Ritz & Sue D. Burton

Events

Historic  Kents' Corner

September 6–October 6, 2019
Kents' Corner, Calais

Fridays–Sundays, 10 am–5 pm
or by appointment



Opening Celebration
Saturday, September 7
3 – 5 pm


Closing Celebration

Sunday, October 6

3 – 5 pm


WORDS OUT LOUD
Three Sundays in September at 3 o'clock

Old West Church