A suite of 16 prints by Vermont artist Sabra Field revealing reflectafors in the world around us — from the microscopic to cosmic scale.
Organized by Burlington, Vermont-based Curtains Without Borders, this exhibit consists of photographs of Vermont’s historic stage scenery and a 100-year-old painted backdrop from southern Vermont.
A multimedia installation by Pat Musick, based on words space travelers use to describe their impressions of Earth from outer space.
Predating Minecraft and SimCity by decades, Jerry Gretzinger’s richly detailed, ever-expanding map of an imaginary world began as a doodle in 1963.
The basics of color theory are presented with participatory visuals, with media to facilitate discovery, through hands-on activities, and in books about color for all ages.
Imaginary creatures drawn by kids in grades K-6, transformed into glass sculptures by professional artists.