Last May Mildred Beltré, professor of art at UVM, received an email from the Brooklyn Museum. The museum was interested in the work of the Brooklyn HI-ART! Machine (BHAM), a public art project Beltré has run with her friend and collaborator Oasa DuVerney since 2010. Could they meet with the director in the Brooklyn HI-art Machine offices?
Michele Resnick Cohen, UVM ’72, and her husband Martin Cohen, have made several gifts totaling $7 million to transform the Elihu B. Taft School—located at the corner of South Williams and Pearl streets on the edge of campus—into UVM’s first integrated center for the creative arts.
- Steve Budington's solo exhibit at Whittier College
- UVM Studio Art Professor Pamela Fraser's exhibit Natural History at The Provincial in
- Studio art professor Mildred Beltré's group exhibit: "Isness"
- The Mollie Ruprecht Fund hosts a List of Exciting Visiting Artists this March and April
- Studio art faculty Hoyt Barringer participating in group exhibit honoring Toshiko Takaezu
- Redefining Democratic Ideals
- Art History Honors Class publishes book on Confederate Monuments
- Working Class Hero?
- Yale Radio interviews Associate Professor Steve Budington
- Screening of feature film "Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum" by Madsen Minax at Vermont International Film Festival
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