In connection with the exhibit Close to Home: New Pastels by Ray Ruseckas, the New Hampshire-based artist discusses his work.
Was famed author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle also the notorious serial killer known as Jack the Ripper?
Teachers: Invigorate your practice with a day of creative exploration and collaboration with colleagues.
Celebrate the opening of the new exhibit, Shedding Light on the Working Forest.
Two great young Brattleboro bands — The Snaz and NVS — perform during Gallery Walk.
David Berkeley returns to Brattleboro for the New England release of his newest album and accompanying novella.
Kathleen Kolb and Verandah Porche discuss their collaboration on the exhibit Shedding Light on the Working Forest.
Logger and award-winning storyteller Bill Torrey tells dramatic tales of his logging days.
Representatives of forestry-related businesses discuss how to develop markets for local wood products.
Every great meal ends with dessert, and so should a great set of exhibits.
Artists: Submit your work for possible inclusion in our 2016 juried exhibit.
Spiritual scholar Ravi Ravindra makes a rare public speaking appearance in the U.S.
Design and build an original LEGO structure, and display it at BMAC!
BMAC is pleased to offer an expedition to Cuba designed for enthusiasts of the visual arts, music, dance, literature, history, photography, and the Spanish language. These offerings highlight Cuba’s vibrant cultural… read more
Immerse yourself in a six-day insider’s exploration of the rich art, architecture, culture, and cuisine of northern New Mexico. Your journey will begin in Santa Fe, the oldest capital city… read more