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

1. Tonight, BCA Center features Rebecca Weisman for Artist at Work
BCA Center, 135 Church Street • Free Admission
Join us tonight, March 6, at 6 p.m. for Artist at Work. Artist Rebecca Weisman discusses her largest immersive installation to date, Skin Ego, which incorporates film and performance to spin a mysterious narrative expressing the nature of our impermanence.

Following her presentation, a moderated discussion between Weisman and the audience will explore professional development insights emerging from the project. Rebecca Weisman is the third artist to be featured as part of BCA’s new series, Project Vermont.

2. Summer Art Camp registration now open
More than 67 summer camps • Partial & Full Scholarships available
Sign your kids up for a creative summer they’ll never forget! 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.
3.Princess lands in Burlington
Art-pop super duo Princess prepares a rocket ship to find a better world. As only two white men could.
Performance art band, Princess, presents their new video album Out There at the BCA Center on March 23. Comprised of Alexis Gideon and Michael O’Neill, Princess* combines live music with visual projections to critique the misogynistic foundations of today’s society through a trippy, sci-fi narrative.

The performance starts at 8 p.m. and admission is $5 per person and free for BCA members. Purchase your ticket at the door.
*in collaboration from JD Samson, TEEN and visual artist Jennifer Meridian

4. Art & Conversation
March 13 • 9:30-11 a.m. • BCA Center, 135 Church Street
Join us for lively conversation in the galleries followed by an art activity inspired by exhibition themes and artist materials. Explore and interpret works of art during a guided dialogue of current exhibitions with our gallery educator. Open to adults and life-long learners 50+ who enjoy engaging discussion, a sense of community, and desire to expand their creativity. Art & Conversation is offered bi-monthly (every other month.)

Admission is free. Art & Conversation is supported in part by AARP.

5. Elizabeth Bunsen: Pivonkarose
On display at the BCA Center from March 12 – May 4, 2019.
Join us on March 14 for an opening reception and artist talk from 6-7:30 p.m. 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. SoundCheck
March 21 • 6-8 p.m. • BCA Center, 135 Church Street
Join Young Writers Project writers LadyMidnight and Icestorm with Rajnii Eddins on March 21 for a Writing Workshop and Open Mic at Burlington City Arts. This month’s theme will focus on social justice. This is the last SoundCheck of the year–don’t miss it! It’s FREE! Open to all! The workshop starts at 6 p.m. Public readings begin at 7 p.m. Admission is free–and there’s pizza!
7. Rebecca Weisman: Skin Ego
On view until June 9 • BCA Center • Free Admission
Rebecca Weisman examines unconscious and psychological spaces of identity and the body. The artist combines video, installation, sound, and sculpture to create a large-scale, immersive installation in the first-floor gallery. A central component of Skin Ego is the large-scale, eight by twenty foot sculptural recreation of a stranded “whale.”

Incorporating film, performance, and sound within her surreal environment, the artist spins a provocative story between herself and the whale that expresses the interaction between the interior of our unconscious and the exterior of our own skin.

8. Adorned: Hairstyles of an Ancient Dynasty
On view until June 9 • BCA Center • Free Admission


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