“Robert and Rosetta” Sculpture Honors History Hidden in Plain Sight

Colorful sculpture in an outdoor patio type setting

A new forged-iron sculpture, its elegant curves accented in bright hues, now graces the plaza of the marketplace where one of its subjects was once sold—and the other worked—as a slave. Titled “Robert and Rosetta” and designed by Christopher Kojzar, an Andrew Harris Fellow in UVM’s Program in Art and Art History, and his mother, noted artist Oletha DeVane, the artwork memorializes two enslaved...

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two earthen bowls of different colors with glaze material and brush

UVM’s College of Arts and Sciences Welcomes its New School of the Arts

July 1, 2022 wasn’t just another warm summer day in Burlington, Vermont.

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New Lecturer Spotlight

New Lecturer Estefania Puerta will give an artist talk at Vermont Studio Center in the Red Mill Building in Johnson Vermont, on Wednesday, August 24th, 2022, at 7:00 pm ET. This event is free and open to the public. Limited seating available.

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