Burlington: 10 things not to miss in October!

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1. Join us tonight for an Artist Talk with Crystal Wagner
Don’t miss your opportunity to learn more about Crystal’s work and process.
Join Crystal Wagner as she discusses her exhibition, Traverse, and her creative process. The Artist Talk will begin at 6 p.m. on October 2 and is free to attend. Wagner created an immense site-specific installation in BCA’s first-floor gallery that grows from floor to ceiling and emerges outside to meander across the exterior façade. The last day to see the exhibition is October 7.
Crystal Wagner: Traverse is sponsored by Leunig’s Bistro.
Crystal Wagner: Traverse is courtesy of the artist and AFA Gallery, NYC
2.Visual Analogies
The last day to see the exhibition is October 7. Don’t miss it!
Visual Analogies features the photography of two recent graduates, Vanessa Kotovich and Penn Chan, who capture the discomfort of the world and explore nature’s dichotomies offering imagery that is as unsettling as it is beautiful.


3.Artist’s Artists:
The Way You Look
Ther last day to see the exhibition is October 7. Don’t miss it!
In this inaugural installment of the Artist’s Artists series, Vermont-based artist and guest curator Pete Moran brings the acute, time-based work of filmmaker Ashish Avikunthak into contact with Tim Simonds’s intimate and careful sculpture. As we see, smell, hear and feel these artworks, we are left to wonder not just how we look at art, but how different ways of looking can change how we perceive the world.


4. Register for one of our award-winning Adult Classes
BCA Studios was named the Daysies’ Best Place To Take An Art Class in 2018. A special thanks to everyone who voted!
Registration is now open for our fall classes at BCA Studios. Programs include clay, printmaking, painting, jewelry, darkroom and digital. Click the link below to view our digital catalog and sign up today! BCA offers full and partial scholarships.


5. Tectonic Industries opens October 19
Save-the-Date for the opening reception on October 19 from 6-8 p.m.
In Tectonic Industries, the artists present a series of self-help questionnaires that look to address and solve visitor’s most pressing problems and thus help them to begin living the “life of their dreams.” Guided by a series of instructions, visitors navigate the installation in search of self-actualization which can be manifested in an interactive model they can build/leave in the gallery.

Tectonic Industries is a collaborative art partnership based in Portland, Maine, comprised of Danish artist, Lars Boye Jerlach, and British artist, Helen Stringfellow.

6. Pauline Jennings’ Becoming Human opens October 19
Save-the-Date for the opening reception on October 19 from 6-8 p.m.
Becoming Human is an intermedia exhibition seeking to identify and dissolve barriers between human and wild in the Anthropocene. In the three-channel video and sound installationThe Air Connects Us, two dancers can be followed as they navigate Shanghai’s bustling streets, urban forests and massive industrial sites in search of connections to wild. Project VT: Pauline Jennings’Becoming Human was directed by Double Vision choreographer and co-Artistic Director Pauline Jennings.


7. Family Art Saturday
Free and fun art activities for the whole family.
Get creative and make art together on October 20 from 11-1 p.m.! Families are invited to drop-in to the BCA Center every third Saturday and create an original work of art using materials inspired by our exhibition artists.


8. A+D Film Series features Sabra: The Life & Work of Printmaker Sabra Field
October 17 • 6 p.m. • Contois Auditorium
Filmmaker and personal friend, Bill Phillips, has created an insightful portrait of the artist’s long and productive life, featuring interviews that reflect on how travel, personal tragedy, and life in the Green Mountain State have impacted the development of her work over the years.



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