Art Hounds: Irene, A Year On
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Artist and Pentangle Arts board member Barbara Bartlett of Woodstock, called in to recommend Sculpture Fest.
This piece shown at left by Adrian Tans is in his 600-square-foot corn field at the King Farm in Woodstock.
You can see this sculpture and many others during Sculpturefest.
State Representative Tom Stevens suggests the "After Irene Floodgates Art Project," opening on August 25.
This pop-up art gallery will be located at a building that was flooded both in 1927 and 2011.
The After Irene Floodgates Art Project is a community-created visual art collection of responses to Tropical Storm Irene, and is hosted by local artists Sarah Lee Terrat and MK Monley.
The exhibition will be open every Saturday in September. Visit revitalizingwaterbury.org for details.
Malcolm Appleton called the hotline to suggest Green Mountain Bikes' 25th Anniversary Celebration in the town of Rochester, one of the many hardest hit by Tropical Storm Irene.
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