This iconic annual spectacle and crowd favorite returns to BMAC for the tenth year in a row.
This popular annual event returns to the Latchis Theater in downtown Brattleboro.
BMAC’s chief curator, Mara Williams, gives a tour of the current exhibits.
Join us for a brunch reception celebrating the opening of two new exhibits.
Your imaginary creature could be turned into a glass sculpture and exhibited at BMAC.
VT students in grades 7-12 are eligible to win scholarships and exhibition opportunities.
Stan Sherer discusses the evolution of the “printograph.”
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 scene,… read more
Design and build an original LEGO structure, and display it at BMAC!
OPEN CALL NXNE 2017 will showcase photography, video, and digital art.
Painter Margaret Lampe Kannenstine discusses her work.
Sculptor Paul Bowen discusses his work.
Join us in celebrating the opening of five new exhibits.
Kyle Cassidy discusses his project Armed America: Portraits of Gun Owners in Their Homes.
Readings of work by young poets featured in the exhibit Windows to Creative Expression.
The remarkable story of Damon Jerome Keith, Senior Judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals.
Celebrate the opening of Windows to Creative Expression: Young Poets & Artists from the Poetry Studio.
Activists and law enforcement officials discuss issues surrounding guns in our community.
Treat yourself to an incredible vacation and support BMAC.
Four visual and performing artists discuss how guns influence their work.
Private tour of the studio and property of groundbreaking sculptor Chuck Ginnever.
Award-winning photographer John Willis discusses his work.
Historian Carrie Brown discusses the role of the Connecticut River Valley in the history of gun manufacturing.
Students and faculty from the New England Center for Circus Arts perform at the museum during Gallery Walk.
Celebrate the opening of the new exhibit House/Home, A Work in Progress: John Willis.
Dr. Mark Timney offers an apolitical examination of the mythology surrounding firearms.
BMAC’s chief curator offers insights into the museum’s current exhibits.
Artist James Leonard offers climate-change divination readings in a portable ritual space on the museum’s front lawn.
Author Adam Krakowski discloses the tumultuous side of Vermont’s temperance movement.
Create take-home sculptures that spin, bob, twist, and whirl during this drop-in workshop.
Join us for a summer garden party featuring farm-to-table fare, fine wine, and live music in a picturesque setting.
Celebrate the 100th birthday of BMAC’s historic building with cake, punch, live music, and more!
Curator and author Judith E. Stein recounts the early days of the contemporary art market.
Mark the “dog days” of summer by making a Go, Dog. Go!-inspired party hat.
Tapas and a talk on the life and legacy of Francisco de Goya.
Fingerstyle guitarist and storyteller Chris Ekblom presents classic American folk stories and songs.
Jamie Young discusses her work, which is inspired by the Stillness of the Earth.
Come celebrate the opening of six new summer exhibits.
A riotous, mind-bending evening of games and music, led by Roger Clark Miller.
Curator Tony Gengarelly gives a guided tour of the exhibit Visions From the Edge.