MAKING GLUTEN-FREE bread is the topic on Amy Mincher’s workshop offered Thursday, May 28, from 7-8 p.m. by The Makery at Hannaford Career Center’s eMakery classes.
UVM’s Fleming Museum goes online. A new series of videos on the Fleming Museum’s website explores the work and life of American Modernist Wood Gaylor. Join exhibition curator Andrea Rosen and Curator of Education Alice Boone as they discuss the work of the artist set against the backdrop of the New York art scene, 1913-1936. The first three episodes of a five-part series are now online at uvm.edu/fleming/fleming-home with new videos added each week.
Also available on the web page are gallery tours, lectures, and performances related to some the Fleming’s most popular exhibitions.
ERIN DAIGLE PAINTED the Black Sheep Bistro and 11 other of her favorite businesses in Vergennes during her free time this past summer and fall. She is turning them into a calendar.
VERGENNES — This past summer Erin Daigle painted oil paintings, plein-air, of 12 Vergennes businesses, and the paintings are being put together in a 2020 calendar called “Vibrant Vergennes.” The paintings are of Vergennes storefronts and restaurants. Each month of the calendar includes a brief statement from each business letting people know a little about them.
Daigle will host an opening reception this Friday, Dec. 6, 5-7 p.m. at Kennedy Brothers on North Main Street, where the original paintings will be on display until the end of February.
The Franklin County native was living in...