Past Exhibits

Michael Smoot: And To This World

Michael Smoot’s work explores ideas of interconnectedness and probes the systems and structures we have put in place to fulfill our needs. We are individuals, but we exist as part…    read more

October 14, 2023 - March 9, 2024

Aurora Robson: Human Nature Walk

Displaced abundance. That’s how artist Aurora Robson views our plastic debris problem. It’s an incredibly powerful way to reframe such an insidious global issue. We tend to think of abundance…    read more

June 24, 2023 – March 9, 2024

Fawn Krieger and David B. Smith: Home Bodies

Home Bodies brings together the work of artists Fawn Krieger and David B. Smith. Krieger and Smith layer, collide, and collapse physical materials and visual forms to reimagine ceramics and…    read more

October 14, 2023 - March 9, 2024

Art Costa: Sounds Deep

Art Costa takes us into a world of strange, sightless creatures that inhabit the darkest depths of the ocean. Costa makes his forms from reclaimed cardboard, paper mache, and a…    read more

October 14, 2023 - March 9, 2024

Paper Made

Tearing, cutting, binding, stitching, rolling, the artists in Paper Made manipulate paper to create diverse works that challenge our preconceptions of paper as solely a substrate for the drawn or…    read more

October 14, 2023 - March 9, 2024

Lela Jaacks: micro/tele SCOPE

My work gives viewers a glimpse of how I observe my surroundings, both natural and constructed. I share these glimpses through tangible creations, made from both gathered natural artifacts and…    read more

May 5 - October 31, 2023

Roberley Bell: Where Things Set

In Where Things Set, Roberley Bell’s sculptures and drawings share space, allowing us to see the conversations that take place between these distinct yet related bodies of work. Drawing is…    read more

June 24 – October 9, 2023

Alec Egan: Drawing Room

In 2021, my husband and I moved into a 1957 Cape Cod house in West Brattleboro that looks like an Alec Egan painting. The outside of the house is simple…    read more

June 24 – October 9, 2023

GLASSTASTIC 2023

A celebration of imagination and ingenuity featuring kids’ drawings turned into glass sculptures.

June 24 - October 9, 2023

Pride 1983

On June 25, 1983, fourteen years after the Stonewall Uprising in Greenwich Village, the first Lesbian and Gay Pride March in Vermont took place in Burlington. From the beginning, the…    read more

June 24 - October 9, 2023

Anina Major: I Land Therefore I Am

They say you can take the girl off the island, but you can never take the island out of the girl.  This statement perfectly describes Anina Major. In I Land…    read more

June 24 – October 9, 2023

Cathy Cone: Portals and Portraits

Each of Cathy Cone’s painted tintype portraits begins with a photograph or scan of a tintype from her personal collection, which she has been amassing since the late 1970s. Cone…    read more

March 11 - June 11, 2023

Juan Hinojosa: Paradise City

Juan Hinojosa’s work is informed by his family’s immigrant experience. The lush colors and riotous imagery belie a sense of longing for comfort and acceptance. Hinojosa’s collaged figures are travelers…    read more

March 11 - June 11, 2023

Keith Haring: Subway Drawings

“The subway drawings were, as much as they were drawings, performances. It was where I learned how to draw in public. You draw in front of people. For me it…    read more

February 18 - June 11, 2023

Mitsuko Brooks: Letters Mingle Souls

CONTENT WARNING: The works of art in this exhibition address mental illness and suicide. Artist and archivist Mitsuko Brooks creates two-dimensional mixed-media collages and sculptures made of found objects. Many of…    read more

March 11 - June 11, 2023

Daniel Callahan: En-MassQ

It is said that before we were painting on the walls of caves, we were painting on ourselves—that our bodies were our first canvases, and that in marking, decorating, and…    read more

March 11 - June 11, 2023

Oasa DuVerney: BLACK POWER WAVE

This installation is an iteration of the larger series of BLACK POWER WAVE drawings that I began in 2016. Originally I set out to use the relationship we all share…    read more

May 6, 2022 - May 1, 2023

Roberley Bell: The Landscape Stares Back

The Landscape Stares Back occupies a small green space near the museum. The brilliant color of the benches invites you forward to take a seat, to experience space as you…    read more

May 6, 2022 - April 1, 2023

Judith Klausner: (de)composed

Often when something has “gone bad,” it gives rise to something new, but it can be hard to appreciate new growth in the shadow of our disappointment. I like the…    read more

October 22, 2022 - March 4, 2023

Renate Aller: The Space Between Memory and Expectation

Renate Aller uses large-format photographic installations to create “picture windows” that invite the viewer to enter into an immersive visual environment. Aller offers us images of breathtaking landscapes, and we…    read more

October 22, 2022 - February 12, 2023

Alison Moritsugu: Moons and Internment Stones

When I think of my grandfather, I imagine a man displaced from his home in Hawaii, collecting stones in the Southwestern landscape with the rising moon above. I never knew…    read more

October 22, 2022 - February 12, 2023

We Feel Our Way Through When We Don’t Know

We Feel Our Way Through When We Don’t Know features the works of Mariel Capanna, Cheeny Celebrado-Royer, Oscar Rene Cornejo, Vessna Scheff, Gerald Euhon Sheffield II, and Lachell Workman. Feeling…    read more

October 22, 2022 - February 12, 2023

Madge Evers: The New Herbarium

Spores dusted across your cheeks like freckles have launched from the Ordovician age. A lungful of exhaust is ancient sunlight baked into Mesozoic ferns. We are sedimented with the past….    read more

October 22, 2022 - February 12, 2023

Beth Galston: Unraveling Oculus

Over the course of 30 years, Beth Galston’s artistic endeavors flowed in two directions: working outdoors to integrate sculptural, architectural elements into the landscape, and inverting her process by massing…    read more

June 18 - October 10, 2022

Frank Jackson: There/There

Frank Jackson’s exhibition combines memory, improvisation, and the residue of materials that are time-sensitive and fragile to generate abstract landscape paintings. This act of place/space-making references both an interior time…    read more

June 18 - October 10, 2022

Mie Yim: Fluid Boundaries

Mie Yim’s work offers a window into the mind of an artist who is constantly questioning and challenging herself. From earlier work featuring soft focus creatures with sweet exteriors but…    read more

June 18 - October 10, 2022

Nebizun: Water Is Life

This exhibit brings together artwork by Abenaki artists of the Champlain Valley and Connecticut River Valley regions to illustrate the Abenaki relationship to water, our awareness of water as a…    read more

June 18 - October 10, 2022

Felt Experience

Felt is an ancient material, predating woven cloth. Used for utilitarian purposes such as clothing, rugs, saddles, hut coverings, and even armor, it has also been employed for centuries for…    read more

June 18 - October 10, 2022

Sachiko Akiyama: Through Lines

Polychrome wooden statues and wall reliefs have been made in cultures around the world for millennia. Sachiko Akiyama breathes new life into this tradition. Each sculpture possesses a self-contained, contemplative…    read more

March 12 - June 12, 2022

Yvette Molina: Big Bang Votive

A waffle iron, a yellow bicycle, a piece of toast: These are just a few of the delicately rendered objects in Yvette Molina’s constellation of paintings, each representing a memory…    read more

March 12 - June 12, 2022

Louisa Chase: Fantasy Worlds

From her early sculptures through her later and better-known work in paint, Louisa Chase (1951–2016) strove to create her own fantasy worlds in visual form. After training in printmaking while…    read more

March 12 - June 12, 2022

Roberto Visani: Form/Reform

In his first solo museum exhibition, Roberto Visani forms and reforms art historical depictions of enslaved people through research, digital modeling, and laser-cut cardboard segments. What results are semi-fragmented, semi-abstract,…    read more

March 12 - June 12, 2022

M. Carmen Lane: (í:se) Be Our Guest/Stolen

Dislocations disrupt family ties and rootedness to place. Familial histories become opaque and obscured. However, these ruptures can never completely sever our connections to place or family. We find clues…    read more

March 12 - June 12, 2022

Delita Martin: Between Worlds

Between Worlds is a year-long installation in the large window bays extending across the front of BMAC. Delita Martin reimagines the identities and roles of Black women in the context…    read more

May 7, 2021 - May 1, 2022

Mildred Beltré Martinez: Between Starshine and Clay

Working across different mediums and materials, Mildred Beltré Martinez presents a diverse body of work evoking a complex range of feelings and possible readings. The exhibit is best experienced as…    read more

March 12 - June 12, 2022

Anne Spalter: The Wonder of It All

It’s not that often that a technological innovation causes as much excitement or controversy in the art world as NFTs (non-fungible tokens). An NFT is a cryptocurrency token with associated…    read more

March 12 - June 12, 2022

Michael Abrams: Arcadia Rediscovered

Michael Abrams is known for misty, layered vistas suffused with light. His ability to capture atmospheric conditions imbues each painting with such tactility that the mist seems to extend between…    read more

October 23, 2021 - March 5, 2022

William Ransom: Keep Up/Hold Up

Bearing the weight of white supremacist history, William Ransom’s sculptural installation creates a transitory provisional state, rife with an inherent unease and uncertainty. Ransom’s massing of slender wood strips bent…    read more

October 23, 2021 - March 5, 2022

Vermont Glass Guild: Inspired by the Past

In 2017, BMAC—a non-collecting, contemporary art museum—accepted a gift of 314 objects spanning 4,000 years of history and originating from dozens of cultures across the globe. We did so with…    read more

October 23, 2021 - March 5, 2022

Guild of Vermont Furniture Makers: Evolving Traditions

“Who knows what form the forward momentum of life will take in the time ahead or what use it will make of our anguished searching. The most that any one…    read more

October 23, 2021 - February 13, 2022

B. Lynch: Pull Back the Curtain

B. Lynch employs a variety of creative means in creating her universe. Chief among them is puppetry—a melding of the plastic and performing arts. Lynch’s characters and environments are a…    read more

October 23, 2021 - February 13, 2022

Natalie Frank: Painting with Paper

This exhibition presents and explores Women and Animals, a new body of work that Natalie Frank (American, b. 1980) produced at Dieu Donné, Brooklyn, New York, with a Pollock Krasner…    read more

October 23, 2021 - February 13, 2022

Scott Boyd: Endangered Alphabets

Take a virtual tour of the exhibit Dating back to the Ancient Egyptians and used across cultures for millennia, the obelisk is a reverential memorial, commemorating the dead, representing kings,…    read more

May 5 - November 1, 2021

Delano Dunn: Novelties

Take a virtual tour of the exhibit Delano Dunn’s Novelties presents the viewer with two bodies of work that explore things we hold dear—family, love, comfort, tradition, and connection—and things…    read more

June 19 - October 11, 2021

EXPEDITION

Curated by New York-based painter John Newsom and accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue, this exhibition comprises paintings, sculpture, and installation art that depict aspects of venturing into unknown lands and territories.

June 19 - October 11, 2021

Erick Johnson: Double Take

Take a virtual tour of the exhibit I’m drawn to the edges of paintings. Centers of paintings tend to be highly worked and are the focus of the viewing experience….    read more

June 19 - October 11, 2021

Sequences: Ode to Minor White

Take a virtual tour of the exhibit Sequences: Ode to Minor White explores how the aesthetic and philosophical seeds sown by the late modernist American photographer Minor White (1908-1976) can…    read more

June 19 - October 11, 2021

Charlie Hunter: Semaphore

Take a tour of the exhibit here The collaborative exchange between artist and curator is likely to reveal unusual connections. The discoveries made in organizing Charlie Hunter: Semaphore extend beyond…    read more

June 19 - October 11, 2021

Adria Arch: On Reflection

In this installation, moving sculptural forms reflect and play off one another, creating an immersive experience that is both transporting and meditative.

March 18 - June 13, 2021

GLASSTASTIC 2021

A celebration of imagination and ingenuity featuring kids’ drawings turned into glass sculptures.

March 18 - June 13, 2021

Kenny Rivero: Palm Oil, Rum, Honey, Yellow Flowers

Kenny Rivero uses found paper–flyleaves, album liners, pages from a family photo album–for this collection of evocative drawings. The work has a finite lifespan, conveying the ideas of passing time, personal narrative, and the documentation of fleeting moments and interactions.

March 18 - June 13, 2021

All Flowers Keep the Light

Miles Chapin, Clare Elliott, Anna Schuleit Haber, Amy Jenkins, Colleen Kiely, Cathy Osman, and John Willis (in collaboration with poet Robin Behn and musician Matan Rubinstein) explore the symbolic potential of flowers, gathering light from within to create meaning from loss.

March 18 - June 13, 2021

Jennifer Mack-Watkins: Children of the Sun

On the 100th anniversary of The Brownies Book, Jennifer Mack-Watkins’ works on paper celebrate the beauty, importance, and complexity of positive representation of African American children.

March 18 - June 13, 2021

John Gibson: Jazz

Sometime late in 2018, BMAC Director Danny Lichtenfeld approached me with a proposal to redo the outdoor window treatments at the Museum. I found the prospect of working with the…    read more

March 2020 - March 2021

Ice Shanties: Fishing, People & Culture

Take a virtual tour of the exhibit The ice shanty towns that spring up on Vermont’s frozen lakes and ponds are markers of the seasonal communities they harbor each winter….    read more

October 24, 2020 - March 6, 2021

2021 Vermont Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

BMAC is proud to serve as the Vermont affiliate for the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, a prestigious national program that offers exhibition opportunities and scholarships to young artists and writers. From…    read more

February 19 - March 6, 2021

Andy Yoder: Overboard

Click here for a virtual tour. ARTIST STATEMENT There are scores of solid, practical reasons not to be an artist, but luckily there are also some advantages. Being an artist…    read more

October 24, 2020 - March 6, 2021

Erik Hoffner: Ice Visions

Take a virtual tour of the exhibit I’ve loved snowflakes since the day, as a child, I learned that no two are alike—millions and millions of them in a storm…    read more

October 24, 2020 - March 6, 2021

Our Storied Landscape: Revealing the Brattleboro Words Trail

Take a virtual tour of the exhibit Brattleboro artist Cynthia Parker-Houghton was commissioned to create a map as a companion piece to the Brattleboro Words Trail, which consists of audio-based…    read more

October 24, 2020 - February 14, 2021

Rachel Portesi: Hair Portraits

Take a virtual tour of the exhibit Since the beginning of human history, hair has held cultural and symbolic meaning. It is a marker of ethnicity, social class, identity, gender,…    read more

October 24, 2020 - February 14, 2021

Figuration Never Died: New York Painterly Painting, 1950-1970

Take a virtual tour of the exhibit FIGURATION NEVER DIED by Karen Wilkin, curator Adventurous painting in New York during the 1950s was generally seen as synonymous with abstraction, especially…    read more

October 24, 2020 - February 14, 2021

Roger Clark Miller: Transmuting the Prosaic

I explore naturally occurring events that are often considered ordinary, mundane, or unwanted. Whether it is traffic patterns, rock formations, cricket calls, or the structure of dreams, I strive to…    read more

March 14 - October 12, 2020

Wesley Fleming: Silvestris, Wild and Untamed

Silvestris, adjective (Latin): “found/situated/living in woodlands.”  Pink Ladyslipper, Trout Lily, and other signs of spring are evident earlier than usual here in Vermont, thanks to Wesley Fleming’s exquisitely detailed glass…    read more

March 14 - October 12, 2020

Steven Rose: For/While (2020.01)

The moment I saw one of Steven Rose’s gently swaying fluorescent light fixtures, I was intrigued and amused. Transforming a mundane, industrial object of lackluster design into an art object…    read more

March 14 - October 12, 2020

Coffee & Conversation: Stories of Homelessness

Coffee & Conversation is a multimedia project that aims to change the way people think about homelessness. The project was started in Brattleboro in 2015 by artist Liz LaVorgna, in…    read more

March 14 - October 12, 2020

Postcards to Brattleboro: 40 Years of Mail Art

Stuart Copans’ artwork speaks through the simple tools and materials of everyday life: paper, scissors, postcards, and stamps. The art he creates moves quietly around the world through a distribution…    read more

March 14 - October 12, 2020

Alison Wright: Grit and Grace, Women at Work

Bright Light in the Dark: The Work of Alison Wright “The light! It’s so beautiful,” she said breathlessly. “I’ve got to catch the light before it changes!” She kicked off…    read more

March 14 - October 12, 2020

Steven Kinder: 552,830

Who do you see when you see me? For centuries, portraiture has been used to celebrate the politically and socially powerful, but there is also a rich history of artists…    read more

March 14 - October 12, 2020

Ask The River

Intertwining people and place, Ask the River, a community-wide art project, empowers us to reconnect with the Connecticut River and the water that flows through it.  Ask the River started…    read more

February 15 - March 7, 2020

2020 Vermont Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

BMAC is proud to serve as the Vermont affiliate for the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, a prestigious national program that offers exhibition opportunities and scholarships to young artists and…    read more

February 15 - March 7, 2020

Gordon Meinhard: The Lives of Tables

Gordon Meinhard’s work in this series modulates between painting and drawing. Even in paint, his art retains the immediacy and freshness of a drawing. The background and the central figure…    read more

October 4, 2019 - March 7, 2020

Fafnir Adamites: Interfere (with)

Hovering above the ground, dark and dense, Fafnir Adamites’s installation of felted wool and burlap feels overwhelming and potentially suffocating. Adamites’s process of combining the wool and burlap creates a…    read more

October 4, 2019 - March 7, 2020

Thelma Appel: Observed/Abstract

Observed/Abstract surveys the career of painter Thelma Appel, a founder of the Bennington College Summer Painting Workshop. During the 1960s and 1970s, Appel painted large landscapes imbued with the energy…    read more

October 4, 2019 - February 9, 2020

Doug Trump: By Rail

By Rail is a suite of twelve intimately scaled abstract paintings by southern Vermont artist Doug Trump. Although small, these works have a rugged physicality that invite us in for…    read more

October 4, 2019 - February 9, 2020

María Elena González: Tree Talk

María Elena González’s Tree Talk is a multisensory, multimodal rumination on nature and art. The basic building block of the installation is the birch tree—its bark, its presence in the Maine woods, and…    read more

October 4, 2019 - February 9, 2020

Timothy Segar: Character Development

This exhibit consists of steel sculptures on view outside the museum (May 1 – November 5, 2019) and works on paper displayed in the South Gallery (June 22 – September…    read more

May 1 - November 1, 2019

Angus McCullough: Coincidence Control

At noon on November 18, 1883, the American and Canadian railroads implemented four continental time zones—Eastern, Central, Mountain and Pacific—as a means of synchronizing time. Previously each town and city…    read more

June 22 - September 23, 2019

David Plowden: Bridges

Born in Boston in 1932, David Plowden spent over six decades photographing America’s disappearing landscapes and the vestiges of its industrial heyday — steel mills, locomotives, bridges, skyscrapers, small towns….    read more

June 22 - September 23, 2019

Barbara Takenaga: Looking at Blue

Looking at Blue is a full-body experience. Entering the gallery, we drop into a world of deeply saturated blue punctuated by shimmering, swirling shapes that radiate from multiple vanishing points….    read more

June 22 - September 23, 2019

Dona Ann McAdams: Performative Acts

In the 1980s I often attended performances at P.S. 122, the seminal venue for avant-garde performance in New York. As an artist and curator, I found inspiration, talent, and a community of intense purpose.

June 22 - September 23, 2019

Ocean’s Edge

The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.                                      — Jacques Yves Cousteau For many, the ocean is a spiritual and emotional…    read more

June 22 - September 23, 2019

GLASSTASTIC 2019

A celebration of imagination and ingenuity featuring kids’ drawings turned into glass sculptures.

March 9 - June 16, 2019

Joey Morgan: Catch+Release (2) Précis

Fire mesmerizes. For millennia humans have gathered before controlled fires to sustain life, and we have experienced out-of-control fires with horror. The sheer power of fire unleashes deeply rooted physical,…    read more

March 9 - June 16, 2019

Joseph Diggs: Proud 2 Be American

Baseball, service to country, Fourth of July, and the family bar, Joe’s Twin Villa in Osterville, provide the imagery by which Cape Cod artist Joseph Diggs explores, memorializes, and celebrates…    read more

March 9 - June 16, 2019

Jackie Abrams & Deidre Scherer: Connections

Individually, artists Deidre Scherer, who creates sensitive fabric portraits, and Jackie Abrams, who weaves complex baskets, are celebrated for their unique artistic visions and rigorous studio practices. Working together for…    read more

March 9 - June 16, 2019

Amy Bennett: Nuclear Family

The impulse to tell stories through images is as old as humankind. Amy Bennett’s deftly rendered paintings engage us in narratives of a community. Her manipulation of vantage point affords…    read more

March 9 - June 16, 2019

Sandy Sokoloff: Emanation

Contemplating Sandy Sokoloff’s large-scale, vibrantly hued paintings brings back the childhood thoughts and feelings I had when peering into the opposing mirrors of double medicine cabinets—a sense of awe and wonder…    read more

March 9 - June 16, 2019

Orly Cogan: Don’t Call Me Princess

Orly Cogan employs vintage printed and embroidered fabrics as the substrate of her work. She repurposes these textiles as vehicles for consolidating her enduring interests in history, culture, and the…    read more

October 5, 2018 - March 2, 2019

2019 Vermont Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Calling Vermont Teens – The Scholastic Art and Writing awards submission deadline is just around the corner.

February 15 - March 2, 2019

OPEN CALL NXNE 2019: PAINT

Brattleboro Museum & Art Center’s annual open call for artists’ submissions brought forth a plethora of exceptional responses. The effort to narrow down this comprehensive and talented group to exhibition…    read more

January 12 - March 2, 2019

Emily Mason: To Another Place

On a fall evening some 25 years ago, I walked out the front door of the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center with Emily Mason just as the sun was disappearing…    read more

October 5, 2018 - February 10, 2019

Elizabeth Turk: Heaven, Earth, Home

Turning a block of marble into sinuous ribbons or translucent walls may sound like magic, but it is arduous physical work. Sculptor Elizabeth Turk, using diamond-tipped pneumatic and electric grinders,…    read more

October 5, 2018 - February 10, 2019

Michael Poster: If she has a pulse, she has a chance

Photographer and essayist Michael Poster leads a support group at Turning Point of Windham County, an addiction recovery center in Brattleboro, Vermont. He entered the project with a genuine desire…    read more

October 5, 2018 - January 7, 2019

Robert Perkins: Every Day

In order to view the exhibition Every Day, one must walk through a gallery containing photographic portraits and stories of people in recovery from addiction. I thought it would be…    read more

October 5, 2018 - January 7, 2019

Angelo Arnold: Displaced

Angelo Arnold creates quirky objects by deconstructing functional domestic forms, such as furniture, and reassembling the constituent parts to the point of dysfunction. In his newest body of work he…    read more

June 1 - November 4, 2018

Shona Macdonald: Terrestrial Vale

Terrestrial Vale is my ongoing series of silverpoint and graphite works on paper depicting fledgling plants prepared for winter with veils of garden netting. These utilitarian protective coverings, found within…    read more

June 22 - September 24, 2018

David Rios Ferreira: And I Hear Your Words That I Made Up

This exhibit and related programming are supported in part by the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Ford Foundation, Southwest Airlines, and the Surdna Foundation through…    read more

June 22 - September 24, 2018

Debra Ramsay: Painting Time

You might be surprised to learn that this installation—comprising a profusion of colorfully painted and curled strips that pile, unfurl, and tumble across the floor—is a landscape. Yes, a landscape. Debra…    read more

June 22 - September 24, 2018

Roz Chast: Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?

My cartoons tell the story of things that have happened in my life.  —Roz Chast This exhibit consists of 139 original illustrations from Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?, a…    read more

June 22 - September 24, 2018

Steve Gerberich: Best of “Springs, Sprockets & Pulleys”

We are delighted to bring to Brattleboro the most recent installation by pack-rat extraordinaire, artist, and inventor Steve Gerberich. Influenced by Duchamp, Calder, and Rauschenberg, among many others, Gerberich transforms…    read more

March 17 - September 24, 2018

Robert DuGrenier: Handle With Care

Glass artist Robert DuGrenier is best known for complex chandeliers and large architectural installations fashioned from exuberant, colorful organic forms. The work in this exhibit radically departs from his prior…    read more

June 22 - September 24, 2018

Gloria Garfinkel: 3D Color

There is something expansive and generous about an artist who is willing to include a place for the viewer in the work. No longer a detached observer, you feel empowered…    read more

March 17 - June 17, 2018

Alfred Leslie: Selections from “100 Views Along the Road”

100 Views Along The Road is a series of elegant black-and-white watercolors of American scenes that Alfred Leslie made between 1981 and 1983. They were all painted in Leslie’s studio…    read more

March 17 - June 17, 2018

Richard Klein: Bottle in the River

Glass is a material intimately connected with the ways in which humans experience the world. Perhaps because it is so common, or because it is usually transparent, we often don’t…    read more

March 17 - June 17, 2018

Gowri Savoor: We Walk in Their Shadows

Our sense of place is linked to our sense of belonging. Close your eyes for a moment and think about a favorite place from childhood. Be swept into its intimate…    read more

March 17 - June 17, 2018

Susan von Glahn Calabria: Hereandafter

For more than a decade, Susan von Glahn Calabria created immersive activity spaces as well as art exhibitions at BMAC. Throughout her tenure as the museum’s Education Curator, she maintained…    read more

March 17 - June 17, 2018

Mary Admasian: Weighted Tears

My sculpture titled “Weighted Tears” was created specifically for outdoor exhibition at BMAC with the support of a partial grant from the Arts Endowment Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation. It is the…    read more

May 5 - April 17, 2018

Anila Quayyum Agha: Shimmering Mirage

Calligraphy and geometric patterns are hallmarks of Islamic art and architecture. In the Middle East the interiors of mosques, the windows of homes, and the walls of gardens and terraces…    read more

October 13, 2017 - March 10, 2018

OPEN CALL NXNE 2018

The underlying theme of this exhibition is paper, its inherent properties, and the range of possibilities it offers in the hands of an artist. My primary objective as juror was…    read more

January 13 - March 10, 2018

2018 Vermont Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Calling Vermont Teens – The Scholastic Art and Writing awards submission deadline is just around the corner.

February 17 - March 10, 2018