September 27, 2017
Presenting a tasty tidbit about artist Johnny Swing that our writer couldn’t fit into our October/November 2017 print issue.
Extra, Extra: Johnny Swing 09.27.2017
September 19, 2017
Master welder Johnny Swing’s remarkably comfortable coin-based furniture is built for the curves of the human body.
To Coin a Chaise 09.19.2017
February 27, 2017
Vermont Performance Lab gives dance companies and choreographers a chance to develop their craft with help from the locals.
Retreat to Move Forward 02.27.2017
February 20, 2017
Working with themes of displacement and self-awareness, sculptor Soo Sunny Park challenges the nature of perception.
Stretching the Form 02.20.2017
February 13, 2017
One of our 2017 Artists to Watch, Mutsu Crispin paralyzes bouncing balls and brings devilish fairy tales to life.
How Do You Like Them Apples? 02.13.2017
January 30, 2017
Giving new life to old tools, Whetstone Workshop embraces industrial New England to reenvision the craft of metal fabrication.
Masters of Metal 01.30.2017
Brattleboro’s funkiest DIY printmaking shop expands on the theory of Do-It-Yourself, and also gives it a soundtrack.
What Comes Next Is Already Happening 01.16.2017
Director of the Vermont Center for Photography Joshua Farr loves to look local. He also loves the color orange.
Curating the Visual 01.09.2017
January 9, 2017
Typodesine is a design practice that seeks to engage a middle ground between art, architecture, and furniture design.
The Middle Way 01.09.2017
December 12, 2016
Graphic designer Tom Pappalardo turns his love of drinking coffee and people-watching into a humorous new book.
Sit. Sip. Scrutinize. Scribble. 12.12.2016