Check out what’s happening in April at Burlington City Arts!

1. Performers announced for 2019 Festival of Fools
This year’s festival will take place August 2–4.
Burlington City Arts is excited to announce the incredible talent headlining the 12th annual Festival of Fools, presented by Community Bank, N.A.

This year’s free, all-ages, street performance festival will feature Cimarrón, Dan Deacon, FLiP, Flyin Hawaiian, Giri and Uma Peters, Kilted Colin, Lakou Mizik, NANDA, Red Trousers, Sara Twister, Tic & Tac, and the Waterbombs.

Visit the festival website to learn more about the artists. The full festival schedule, events, and other performers will be announced later this spring.

2. Summer Art Camp spots are filling up fast–register today
More than 67 summer camps • Partial & Full Scholarships available
Sign your kids up for a creative summer they’ll never forget! Camps are filling up fast–don’t wait to register. BCA Studios offers summer camps for ages 6-18. More than 67 camps available in pottery, drawing, painting, jewelry, photography, fashion, silkscreen, comics, cartoons, and darkroom. Every kid deserves an opportunity to explore their artistic side—partial and full scholarships available. Click here for the online scholarship form.
3. Robots explore poetry during artist performance
BCA Center, 135 Church Street • April 17, 6-7 p.m.
[email protected] Pérez (Tina Escaja) demonstrates the features of her robots while exploring the evolution of poetry beyond the page. From the creation of a cyborg identity to projects that merge art and technology, the artist explores new ways of understanding and experiencing poetry in a new technological age. Supported in part by the UVM Humanities Center. Admission is free.
4. BCA Community Fund applications close April 15
Guidelines, FAQ, and Online Application–Click here.
Burlington City Arts Community Fund is seeking applications for one-year funding of up to $3,000 for Burlington-based practicing artists, creative professionals or small arts organizations to develop projects that engage and connect the community and address community needs, challenges and priorities through the arts.

Applications will be accepted through April 15.

5. Elizabeth Bunsen: Pivonkarose
On display at the BCA Center until May 4, 2019.
Elizabeth Bunsen creates vibrantly colored prints and installations that are deeply rooted in a collaborative process with nature. Elizabeth Bunsen is BCA’s 2018 Barbara Smail award recipient.
6. Family Art Saturday
April 20, 11 a.m.–1 p.m. • BCA Center, 135 Church Street
Families are invited to drop-in to the BCA Center every third Saturday of the month to make their own artwork inspired by our current exhibitions. Each Family Art Saturday offers a different art-making project that will ignite the imaginations of your family members! Create an original work of art inspired by BCA’s exhibitions.
7. Young Tradition Festival to feature concerts at BCA Center
April 29–May 5 • BCA Center, 135 Church Street
Young Tradition Vermont brings together young singers, players, and dancers for a week-long festival in Burlington. This year’s festival includes an evening concert series at BCA Center. These concerts include performances by Beaton-Plasse, Allison de Groot and Tatiana Hargreaves, Genticorum, and Martin Hayes.
8. A+D Film Series presentsLeaning Into the Wind
Contois Auditorium, 149 Church Street • Free


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