It’s been 12 years since Karen McFeeters last released an album of her songs. We’ve missed the honey voiced, no nonsense singing from this talented part time performer. With her fourth album “Bonfire” we are brought back into the welcoming production values that McFeeters and her producer/mu…

Tedeschi Trucks, a scaled-back version of the 12-piece Tedeschi Trucks Band, brings its “Fireside Live” tour to Shelburne Museum July 23 as part of the Ben & Jerry’s Concerts on the Green series presented by Higher Ground.

Currently open public art exhibits, galleries and museums throughout the region.

The theme "Expressions of Me” turned out a variety of interpretations from the students — a sunset sky burning hot pink, tempered with birch trees; a collection of animals at a lake; a faceless girl, her hair an exclamation point of blue flames. Some were already sold on opening night.

The COVID-19 pandemic presented musicians with a dilemma, bemoan the lack of performance opportunities or get to work on new material and get it to the public in whatever way possible. Bow Thayer, the Stockbridge based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist chose the latter.

You might say that artist Pria Cambio has “taken it all off” for her organization. She has donated a nude painting to the annual Studio Place Arts (SPA) Silent Auction that she modeled for in the early 1960s soon after completing her graduate program in the Philadelphia area.

“Nature/Nurture,” featuring artists Brent Birnbaum and Christin Ripley. The evening will include a live musical performance by electronic musician J. Icevich.

Currently open public art exhibits, galleries and museums throughout the region.

It’s a testament to artists’ unique way of looking at the world and seeing potential in unexpected places that a string of empty and occupied storefronts in downtown Rutland became an outdoor art museum.

Opera Company of Middlebury is in the process of filming a video of Leonard Bernstein’s Voltaire-based 1956 musical “Candide” for streaming June 15-30. I was only familiar with the overture, popular among symphony orchestras, so I decided to take a serious look at the musical theater piece, …

Currently open public art exhibits, galleries and museums throughout the region.

A penchant for puns, affection for alliteration and relish for rhymes — G. Richard Ames has always had a way with words. Perhaps it came from sharing a birthdate with William Shakespeare. Or his mother may be right when she observed of his childhood vocabulary that it seemed he brought words…

Safe to say that most Vermont musicians have been “woodshedding” during the past year of the pandemic, the results of which have been popping up in a proliferation of new releases. Here’s a closer look at the three noteworthy new EPs.

A black-and-white photo installation going up in the Vermont Farmers Food Center on West Street in Rutland is the beginning piece in a series of stories that take a deeper look into our local community, agriculture and history, giving a voice to many untold stories.

As I sit in my dinning room writing this note about what we have all experienced during the past year, I am thinking about venturing out on this lovely spring day to catch the warmth of the sun and taking in the smells of spring.

Central Vermont singer-songwriter Chad Hollister and his acoustic quintet perform Sunday, June 27 at the Trapp Family Lodge meadow in Stowe.

Mark May 12 on your calendar: It’s the day when Sotheby’s New York is going to auction a major Basquiat painting titled “Versus Medici”(1982). The auction house expects this artwork will fetch between $35 million and $50 million.

Currently open public art exhibits, galleries and museums throughout the region.

Shelburne Museum’s profusion of peonies — over 700 bushes in 25 varieties — should be in full bloom as June opens. The fragrance of lingering lilacs is likely to still be in the air, late bloomers among the 400 bushes and 90 varieties. And unlike last June, visitors will be welcome to see them.

On Monday, April 19, the Brattleboro arts organization Epsilon Spires will begin a two-week virtual screening of the film “The Substance: Albert Hofmann’s LSD” in honor of the chemist’s first experience with and accidental discovery of the hallucinogen while riding his bicycle home from the …

Currently open public art exhibits, galleries and museums throughout the region.

“When we were first building the Barrette Center for the Arts, (then managing director) Eric Bunge and I walked out into the courtyard. I said, ‘Oh, my God, this would be great for summer Shakespeare.’ And we laughed and walked away,” said Carol Dunne, producing artistic director of Northern Stage.

Last year after the pandemic hit and people all over the world started working virtually, musicians Jay and Helen Taylor moved their thriving music teaching business based in Alabama online. Soon after, they realized it freed them up in a way they weren’t expecting — virtual was viable and c…

At the counter, a customer rests their cold beverage on the ledge and casts a glance at the vibrant art show that is part of a series presented by Studio Place Arts (SPA) called “ARTE at AR (Alimentari Roscini).”

Started as a solo side project by Vermont native Kalmia Traver of Burlington-born indie dance-pop group Rubblebucket, Brooklyn-based Kalbells has blossomed into a vibrant four-piece band that’s in full bloom on its sophomore album “Max Heart,” released last week on the Burlington-born, Brook…