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Tagged with Killington Art's Guild

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  • Quarries as art

    Columns  > Opinion

    Middlebury Art Museum is showing photographs of quarries taken in Vermont by Canadian Edward Burtynsky on six different trips to the state. The exhibit and catalogue are entitled, "Nature Transformed - Edward Burtynsky's Ver ...

  • Dancing feet and the language of theater

    Columns  > Opinion

    Professor Martin A. Thaler meets the audience at Osher with a twinkling smile and dancing feet. All the time he is speaking his feet are moving. Dancing was his specialty when he became a faculty member of the University of ...

  • Opera in the ‘50s

    Columns  > Opinion

    Recently Zeke Hecker presented "Finding a Voice: American Opera in the 1950's" at the OSHA program in the Godnick in Rutland. It left the audience spell bound. Hecker lives in Vermont, is a composer, English teacher, lecture ...

  • Negotiators

    Columns  > Opinion

    In early February, Paul Andriscin, adjunct professor of History at Castleton State College and the College of St. Joseph, gave at PowerPoint presentation at Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the Gotnick Center o ...

  • Innovation

    Columns  > Opinion

    This is the tenth year that the Gables Activities Committee has presented its two-day Winter Reading Program, Home Front: WWII. This year while cold winds blew outside residents of this independent senior living facilit ...

  • Good reminders for living in the New Year

    Columns  > Opinion

    I don't know Cinda's full name. She was an associate of Ann Wallen and she worked sometimes for the Rutland County Office on Aging. The fall of 2009 she gave a program for the Killington Arts Guild and everyone tho ...

  • Nocturnal snapshots and a delirious high

    Columns  > Opinion

    Mohammed Fairouz's Piano Miniatures attracted attention at Katie Reamer's surprise concert at the Gables at East Mountain just before Hurricane Sandy. Was this the impact of the composer, the skills of the pianist or an untu ...

  • Ann Wallen’s legacy

    Columns  > Opinion

    In the spring of 1999 Ann Wallen, Maurie Harrington and Alice Score called a meeting at the Grist Mill to talk about an arts guild for Killington. I don't know why I went. I was a retired public policy analyst not an ar ...

  • Meeting Paedra

    Columns  > Opinion

    Paedra Bramhall is an exceptional artist who, for over  40 years, has pursued a professional career encompassing bronze and glass sculptures and then combined the two mediums in intricate, bold and delicate, combination ...

  • Summerfest and 50+ Expo

    Columns  > Opinion

    While I was looking over the schedule for Summerfest, someone behind me said, "Wow! What a program. This is what Killington has always needed." For ten years KAG member, Jill Dye, has given very successful art classes for Su ...