This exhibit delves into our relationship with guns and explores the influence they have on visual artists.
Through his photographs of un-restored buildings on Ellis Island, ruins of a not-so-distant past, Philip J. Calabria grants viewers passage to a bygone era.
With dense fields of swooping brushstrokes and glancing lines, Jamie Young articulates abundant, tumultuous, encroaching vegetation.
Images and stories of Brattleboro’s Union Station, home of BMAC, on the 100th anniversary of its opening.
Birds and flowers have been seen for millennia as spiritual and emotional touchstones. In almost every culture, birds and flowers are endowed with powerful symbolism. They may speak of love,… read more
Visitors of all ages are invited to design and display their own imaginary destinations in the museum’s Ticket Gallery.
John Willis’ photographs of houses and homes in Native American communities shine a harsh light on income equality in our country.