Art Hounds: Shape-Note Singing And Tin-Types
Shape-note singing in South Hero plus a new exhibit of paintings in Greensboro are on the docket for arts events to take in around the region.
Saturday, August 12 at 7 p.m., at the Congregational Church of South Hero: Village Harmony, the Vermont-based teen ensemble, singing shape-note, Appalachian and civil rights songs, suggested by Mark Kennedy from South Hero.
Saturday, August 19 at 10 a.m., at homes throughout Castleton: The Annual Castleton Colonial Day Historic House Tour in Castleton, with 21 historic sites, buildings and private homes available to tour, plus a slate sculptor, suggested by Maryann Feeney of Castleton.
Now through September 24 at Highland Arts Center in Greensboro: Lucien Day ‘s “A Life In Art” exhibition, suggested by Marjorie Kramer from Lowell.
Now through October 29 at The Rokeby Museum in Ferrisburgh: “Yours In The Cause: Faces Of Radical Abolition," historic photographs and early forms of photography, suggested by Ann Majusiak of Bristol.
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