November’s First Friday Art Walk in the South End

First Friday Happenings in the South End Arts District

Opening Receptions: Friday November 4, from 5 – 8pm

On Flynn Ave:

Flynndog “AlphaBetaBestiario”, new poetry by Antonello Borra, with an exhibition of artwork from the book & “Captive”, new paintings by Delia Robinson.

On Sears Lane:

RL Photo Creative Competition “Creative Competition” From 7am-5pm bring one piece of artwork to RL Photo, pay the $8 entry fee, install your work and you are in.  At 6pm visitors vote for the work they like and at 8:30pm award winners are announced.

On Pine Street:

The SEABA Center “Trancendence,” a traveling exhibit in collaboration with the Women’s Rape Crisis Center by Carol MacDonald and Erik Rehman

Davis Studio Gallery “Vermont Ski Posters”, by Nicholas Heilig

Vermont Glass Designs Ruth Murphy will be on hand demonstrating her craft.

Dostie Bros. Frame Shop “Masterpiece and (smith)”, vibrant paintings by Mr. Masterpiece and (michael smith)

In The Soda Plant on Pine Street:

The S.P.A.C.E. and The Backspace Galleries “Make Art, Repeat.” 5-9pm
Featuring the repetitious work of Ashley Roark, Christy Mitchell, Jaclyn Bishop, Wylie Sofia Garcia, Hilary Ann Love Glass, Abby Manock, and Isaac Wasuck.

Brickels Studio Gallery “Cluster Bot Infestation” by John Brickels, along with paintings by Wendy James.

Jackie Mangione Studio Watercolor paintings of Red Rocks and Vermont Summer Gardens by Jackie Mangione.

Revival Studio: Garage Gallery License plate artwork on display by Aaron Stein.

See you Friday!

Welcome to The South End Arts District

SEABA wishes to thank our colleagues at Burlington City Arts for helping to make the South End Arts District a reality.  The SEABA Center, at 404 Pine Street will serve as a welcome center for the District. We will be working hard to prepare the Center to accommodate area residents and visitors, and provide information about activities in the South End and throughout Burlington.

First Friday in the South End

South End First Friday Happenings

Friday October 7

Flynndog Ethan Azarian and (michael smith) 6-8pm

The S.P.A.C.E. and The Backspace Galleries “The Art of Horror” 5-9pm

The SEABA Center “Original Juried Show, Winners Exhibit,” Artist Reception 5-8pm

Davis Studio Gallery “Swallows (and Other Spirals)” by Lydia Littwin, 5-9pm

Vermont Glass Designs Ruth Murphy will be on hand and demonstrating her craft

Alchemy Jewelry Arts Gallery “Vermont Glorious Autumnal Joy,” paintings by Lorraine Manley and phototgraphs by Alex Williams.  Open first Friday until 7pm.

RL Photo Creative Competition Artist/curator and co-founder of the Root Gallery and Public Art School, Clark Derbes, will mount “Creative Competition.” From 7am-5pm bring one piece of artwork to RL Photo, pay the $8 entry fee, install your work and you are in.  At 6pm visitors vote for the work they like and at 8:30pm award winners are announced.

Dostie Bros. Frame Shop Benjamin Barnes, Dostie, Kristen L’Esperance and Sage Tucker-Ketchum, open until 8pm

See you Friday!

Share the Harvest this Thursday

Chittenden County participates in the 17th Annual Share the Harvest event, a fundraiser for limited-income Vermonters, Thursday, October 6, 2011.

Join NOFA-VT for the seventeenth annual Share the Harvest fundraiser to benefit limited-income Vermonters. Generous restaurants, co-ops, and stores donate part of their sales on this date to the Vermont Farm Share Program.  Donations support subsidized CSA shares for limited-income Vermonters with the help of participating farms.

Eat out at or shop at participating Share the Harvest businesses on Thursday, October 6, and part of your bill will be donated to the Vermont Farm Share Program, helping limited-income Vermonters access farm fresh produce and connect with their community farms.

Participating Burlington businesses: Farmhouse Tap & Grill, Skinny Pancake, Penny Cluse Cafe,  Leunig’s Bistro,  Three Tomatoes Trattoria,  Splash at the Boathouse, Great Harvest Bread Company, Muddy Waters, City Market Onion River Co-op & Trattoria Delia

For more information contact: The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (802) 434-4122   www.nofavt.org