Believer Concert to Benefit SEABA

Title: Believer Concert to Benefit SEABA
Location: Champlain College Alumni Auditorium
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Description: The Believer Tour is presented by Burlington Ensemble to help fundraise money for Vermont non-profits, and develop audiences for classical music. Benjamin Elton Capps, a fantastic cellist, will be live at Champlain College Alumni Auditorium on June 3rd at 7:30. Tickets …are $20 with half the proceeds helping SEABA fund programming for artists and the business community. For more info, please visit or 802-598-9520. Many thanks to Champlain College Events & Conference Center, and Merchants Bank!
Start Time: 7:30 p.m.
Date: 2012-06-03

May Seaba Social – Featuring “We Deliver” Silent Auction

Title: May Seaba Social – Featuring “We Deliver” Silent Auction
Location: 404 Pine Street, Burlington VT
Description: Join us for a night of food, networking, cash bar by Drink, bid on some amazing items that flowed through the postal service on it’s way to SEABA (currently on exhibit!) and at

We will also be creating our own ‘Living Masterpiece’, with some great examples provided by our friends at First Night Burlington!

Members – $5, Non-members $10. See you Thursday!
Start Time: 5:30 p.m.
Date: 2012-05-17
End Time: 7:30 p.m.

SEABA Announces Kids to Art Camp Scholarship!

SEABA giving back to our community! If you, or someone you know is in need of financial assistance in order to send a child to a summer arts camp (performing arts, music, painting, etc), SEABA wants to help! Our new Kids to Art Camp Scholarship program will have an  application process beginning May 1st on  Deadline for submissions will be June 15, 2012.  The applicant and participating camp location must be located in the South End of Burlington.

Featured Artist: Johanne Durocher Yordan

Featured Artist: Johanne Durocher Yordan

"Eclipse" by Johanne Durocher Yordan

I am a self-taught artist who as an adult went back to school to redefine what it was I wanted to accomplish with my art. After experimenting with my art for a while, a life altering event caused a complete shift in the process of how I painted, rather than painting landscapes I began to paint abstracts. Painting abstracts allows me to paint with no boundaries to confine my creativity. As I continue my journey through abstract painting, I find more fascination and freedom to explore and experiment. Some paintings are deliberate and are meant to evoke specific emotions while others are an exploration of technique, color and texture. Many of my paintings are well planned while others are very impromptu. Some of my paintings have included found or collected items which add depth and meaning to combine form and function to my work.

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