Color of Nature Workshop
Oct
20
10:00 AM10:00

Color of Nature Workshop

Einstein said : “Look into Nature and you will understand everything”. For many years now Susan Wahlrab has been doing just that and has a wonderful experience to offer that can give you a taste of this journey.

 

Science has now documented what the ancients have always known, that tapping into exploring the creative process supports us on all levels of body, mind and spirit. This workshop is all about connecting to the universal field of nature by observing the intricacies of color. Participants will be guided to reproduce each hue and value to create a unique mosaic of life. Truly transformational for all levels of experience from novice to professional as the process drops you into a more present, conscious awareness. Not to mention just plain FUN!

 

This class draws from Susi’s lifetime of connecting to the nuance of life as professional artist, certified Flower Essence practitioner and advanced Yoga and Ayurvedic instructor. For 15 years as a professor teaching at Brown University, Framingham State College and Maine College of Art a version of Color of Nature was a final assignment in a foundation color and design course. It was hands down everyone’s favorite and integrated the creative process. 

 

The journey of quieting the mind and slowing down, not only awakens our vision to the subtle beauty of Nature, it brings us back to our core of health and well being. For truly this essence in us, is Nature. 

Contact Susan for more information and to bring this experience to your area, conference or retreat or to register for up-coming classes. 

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Half Pint Chef-SOLD OUT
Oct
26
2:00 PM14:00

Half Pint Chef-SOLD OUT

Halloween Cookies

October 26, 2019

2-4 pm

We’ll be getting into the spooky spirit with Halloween cookie baking! We’ll use chocolate, peanut butter, fun colors and even edible eyeballs to bake some creepy and delicious cookies for the upcoming holiday.

Ages 7-10 .

SOLD OUT

Half Pint Chef is the creation of Jess Turner, who has planned a cooking curriculum designed to empower kids to have hands-on experiences in the kitchen.  Jess is a lifelong baker, a mom to a 7-year-old aspiring baker, and the owner of Capital Kitchen in downtown Montpelier. 

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May
28
to May 31

Spring in Vermont Photography Workshop

Spring in Vermont is one of the most magical times to be outdoors exploring the landscape with a camera. The streams are full, leaves bursting with near fluorescent greens and a variety of spring wildflowers blanket the forest floor. During this intensive long weekend photography workshop we’ll explore and photograph some of the most stunning Vermont landscapes as they burst with spring color.

Kurt Budliger

Founder & Instructor

Kurt Budliger is the founder and lead instructor at Green Mountain Photographic Workshops.  Kurt  has been photographing the natural landscape for over  20 years and has been a professional photographer for the past 13.  His photographs and articles have appeared in numerous books, calendars, advertising campaigns, magazines and are routinely used by non-profit conservation organizations working to protect wild lands. His clients include Outdoor Photographer, Popular Photography, National Geographic Adventure, Outside Magazine, Backpacker Magazine, Vermont Life Magazine, Eastern Fly Fishing, Patagonia, 1% for the Planet, Trout Unlimited, Trust for Public Land, The Nature Conservancy, and many more.

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Color of Nature Workshop
Oct
19
10:00 AM10:00

Color of Nature Workshop

Einstein said : “Look into Nature and you will understand everything”. For many years now Susan Wahlrab has been doing just that and has a wonderful experience to offer that can give you a taste of this journey.

 

Science has now documented what the ancients have always known, that tapping into exploring the creative process supports us on all levels of body, mind and spirit. This workshop is all about connecting to the universal field of nature by observing the intricacies of color. Participants will be guided to reproduce each hue and value to create a unique mosaic of life. Truly transformational for all levels of experience from novice to professional as the process drops you into a more present, conscious awareness. Not to mention just plain FUN!

 

This class draws from Susi’s lifetime of connecting to the nuance of life as professional artist, certified Flower Essence practitioner and advanced Yoga and Ayurvedic instructor. For 15 years as a professor teaching at Brown University, Framingham State College and Maine College of Art a version of Color of Nature was a final assignment in a foundation color and design course. It was hands down everyone’s favorite and integrated the creative process. 

 

The journey of quieting the mind and slowing down, not only awakens our vision to the subtle beauty of Nature, it brings us back to our core of health and well being. For truly this essence in us, is Nature. 

Color of Nature Workshop
245.00
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Half Pint Chef-POSTPONED
Oct
5
2:00 PM14:00

Half Pint Chef-POSTPONED

Baking with Pumpkin

October 5, 2019

2-4 pm

Say “Hello Fall!” by exploring recipes starring pumpkin. Learn how to turn this big orange squash into sweet treats by pairing it with cinnamon, coconut, even chocolate!

Ages 10-13. .

8 spaces available.

Half Pint Chef is the creation of Jess Turner, who has planned a cooking curriculum designed to empower kids to have hands-on experiences in the kitchen.  Jess is a lifelong baker, a mom to a 7-year-old aspiring baker, and the owner of Capital Kitchen in downtown Montpelier. 

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Doug Wilhelm Book Launch Party: Street of Storytellers
Sep
21
7:00 PM19:00

Doug Wilhelm Book Launch Party: Street of Storytellers

Street of Storytellers

by Doug Wilhelm, author of acclaimed novel The Revealers

 

MONTPELIER, Vt. — Rootstock Publishing announces the September 10 , 2019 release of

Street of Storytellers,the 16th work of fiction by Vermont author Doug Wilhelm.

                  Set during Christmas week 1984 in the age-old crossroads city Peshawar in Pakistan’s North-West Frontier, Street of Storytellersis a multicultural thriller — for both YA and adult readers — about extremism and its impacts on a community, about music, and about three families across two cultures in a dangerous place and time. 

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A Year Of Forgetting
Sep
21
10:00 AM10:00

A Year Of Forgetting

Opening Reception A Year Of Forgetting: Cecelia Kane

September 6, 2019 4pm-7pm

Through September 21st. Gallery hours: Friday and Saturdays, 10am-5pm

Cecelia Kane Statement for A Year of Forgetting

 A Year of Forgettingare paintings about aging that visually, playfully record a year of daily mental lapses using my own symbols to represent the various ways I actually forget–like when someone finishes my sentence, or forgetting what I was saying after I’m interrupted, plus many more. I begin with pencil composites in my sketchbook of the symbols for each day’s forgettings. Later I make a fanciful painting that functions as a monthly map or calendar of the mental-me; poking fun, I hope, at the aging process.

Cecelia Kane

7.30.2019

 

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A Year Of Forgetting
Sep
20
10:00 AM10:00

A Year Of Forgetting

Opening Reception A Year Of Forgetting: Cecelia Kane

September 6, 2019 4pm-7pm

Through September 21st. Gallery hours: Friday and Saturdays, 10am-5pm

Cecelia Kane Statement for A Year of Forgetting

 A Year of Forgettingare paintings about aging that visually, playfully record a year of daily mental lapses using my own symbols to represent the various ways I actually forget–like when someone finishes my sentence, or forgetting what I was saying after I’m interrupted, plus many more. I begin with pencil composites in my sketchbook of the symbols for each day’s forgettings. Later I make a fanciful painting that functions as a monthly map or calendar of the mental-me; poking fun, I hope, at the aging process.

Cecelia Kane

7.30.2019

 

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Photographers Meet and Greet
Sep
18
6:00 PM18:00

Photographers Meet and Greet

Join Jodi Kelly and Kurt Budliger (https://kurtbudliger.com) at The Garage Cultural Center on September 18th from 6-8pm for a informational photography meet and greet. You and your fellow photographers are invited to come together for appetizers, drinks and great conversation. There will be a short presentation as well as time to hear what the photography community might like to see in the way of future educational opportunities. One of the goals for The Garage at 58 State Street is to provide photography workshops and seminars. Working alongside Kurt Budliger, The Garage will become a home base for amateur and professional photographers to come together and learn new skills, meet new friends, and motivate and inspire each other. The plan is to organize monthly workshops, critiques, and outings lead by knowledgeable and approachable instructors. The event is free and open to the public. We do ask if you plan on attending to RSVP to jkelly@garageartsvt.com

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Half-Pint Chef  FULL CLASS
Sep
14
2:00 PM14:00

Half-Pint Chef FULL CLASS

Muffins, Sweet and Savory

September 14, 2019

2-4 pm

From sweet fruits to salty cheeses and fresh herbs, learn how to bake perfect muffins of all kinds. Master basic recipes that can be customized a million different ways for breakfast, lunch or dinner! 

Ages 7-10. 

$45.00 per child.

FULL CLASS

Half Pint Chef is the creation of Jess Turner, who has planned a cooking curriculum designed to empower kids to have hands-on experiences in the kitchen.  Jess is a lifelong baker, a mom to a 7-year-old aspiring baker, and the owner of Capital Kitchen in downtown Montpelier. 

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 A Year Of Forgetting
Sep
14
10:00 AM10:00

A Year Of Forgetting

Opening Reception A Year Of Forgetting: Cecelia Kane

September 6, 2019 4pm-7pm

Through September 21st. Gallery hours: Friday and Saturdays, 10am-5pm

Cecelia Kane Statement for A Year of Forgetting

 A Year of Forgettingare paintings about aging that visually, playfully record a year of daily mental lapses using my own symbols to represent the various ways I actually forget–like when someone finishes my sentence, or forgetting what I was saying after I’m interrupted, plus many more. I begin with pencil composites in my sketchbook of the symbols for each day’s forgettings. Later I make a fanciful painting that functions as a monthly map or calendar of the mental-me; poking fun, I hope, at the aging process.

Cecelia Kane

7.30.2019

 

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 A Year Of Forgetting
Sep
13
10:00 AM10:00

A Year Of Forgetting

Opening Reception A Year Of Forgetting: Cecelia Kane

September 6, 2019 4pm-7pm

Through September 21st. Gallery hours: Friday and Saturdays, 10am-5pm

Cecelia Kane Statement for A Year of Forgetting

 A Year of Forgettingare paintings about aging that visually, playfully record a year of daily mental lapses using my own symbols to represent the various ways I actually forget–like when someone finishes my sentence, or forgetting what I was saying after I’m interrupted, plus many more. I begin with pencil composites in my sketchbook of the symbols for each day’s forgettings. Later I make a fanciful painting that functions as a monthly map or calendar of the mental-me; poking fun, I hope, at the aging process.

Cecelia Kane

7.30.2019

 

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A Year Of Forgetting
Sep
7
10:00 AM10:00

A Year Of Forgetting

Opening Reception A Year Of Forgetting: Cecelia Kane

September 6, 2019 4pm-7pm

Through September 21st. Gallery hours: Friday and Saturdays, 10am-5pm

Cecelia Kane Statement for A Year of Forgetting

 A Year of Forgettingare paintings about aging that visually, playfully record a year of daily mental lapses using my own symbols to represent the various ways I actually forget–like when someone finishes my sentence, or forgetting what I was saying after I’m interrupted, plus many more. I begin with pencil composites in my sketchbook of the symbols for each day’s forgettings. Later I make a fanciful painting that functions as a monthly map or calendar of the mental-me; poking fun, I hope, at the aging process.

Cecelia Kane

7.30.2019

 

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A Year Of Forgetting
Sep
6
4:00 PM16:00

A Year Of Forgetting

Opening Reception A Year Of Forgetting: Cecelia Kane

September 6, 2019 4pm-7pm

Through September 21st. Gallery hours: Friday and Saturdays, 10am-5pm

Cecelia Kane Statement for A Year of Forgetting

 A Year of Forgettingare paintings about aging that visually, playfully record a year of daily mental lapses using my own symbols to represent the various ways I actually forget–like when someone finishes my sentence, or forgetting what I was saying after I’m interrupted, plus many more. I begin with pencil composites in my sketchbook of the symbols for each day’s forgettings. Later I make a fanciful painting that functions as a monthly map or calendar of the mental-me; poking fun, I hope, at the aging process.

Cecelia Kane

7.30.2019

 

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