Of Land & Local Art Exhibition Opening Reception
In Of Land and Local’s fifth installment, Burlington City Arts Center further explores the concept of watershed by connecting concentric circles of community ranging from the regional to international perspectives, and contextualizing local water issues within a global environment. Watershed themes will investigate ideas of place, conservation, commodification, and water’s cultural role within community. Select artists from previous Of Land & Local exhibitions will be invited to return and revisit the theme along with new artists from Vermont and the surrounding region.
As an ongoing partnership between the Farm and Burlington City Arts, Of Land & Local combines the missions of both organizations and supports artist led conversations about social, ethical, and political issues impacting the Vermont landscape, culminating in exhibitions at both locations.
Exhibiting artists at Shelburne Farms Coach Barn
Mary Zompetti, John Willis, Naoe Suzuki, Lynn Sullivan, Brian Collier, Don Ross, Jessica Scriver, Hope Ginsburg, Rebecca Hutchinson, Elliott Katz
Exhibiting artists at the BCA Center
Nancy Winship Milliken, John Willis, Naoe Suzuki, Brian Collier, Hope Ginsburg, Rebecca Hutchinson, James Scheuren, Georgie Friedman, Elizabeth Nelson, Katie Loesel, Charles Bluett, Elliott Katz
Concurrent to Of Land & Local: Watershed, we’re pleased to present a photography exhibit featuring juried work by participants in our long-time “Lenses on the Land” program at the Farm.
[Photo: Inn and Mist by Marshall Webb]Registration Details:
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