Stowe arts week 2018 Schedule

schedule of events
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And Every Day ... Find art everywhere! Wander around... take in an event... see art in nature... even create your own! Art is best when shared, so take photos and post on Instagram or Facebook with #StoweArtsWeek and #ArtisEverywhere
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TEXT FROM ARTS WEEK PAGE IN 2018

The week opens with “Exposed” – Helen Day Art Center's annual outdoor sculpture exhibit, with opening and walkabout on July 21st from 4 to 8 p.m. HDAC will also be showing the “Reclamation” exhibition in the Main Gallery.   Also that first weekend, Stowe Land Trust will hold a Nature Photography Walk with Mike Hitelman on July 21. Featured events during the week include The Swing Peepers, presented by Stowe Performing Arts playing at the Helen Day Gazebo on July 24th, Stowe Vibrancy's “Art on Park” in the village from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on July 26, and Stowe Historical Society's “Steve Perkins: Vermont” also on July 26th. Stowe Vibrancy's Saturday Cinema series will feature a Fiesta Lawn Party and screening of Disney Pixar Coco on the Cultural Campus Lawn in Stowe Village at 6:30pm on July 28.

During the week, Stowe Theatre Guild will be producing “Heathers” in the Town Hall Theatre and the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum will present a photography exhibit and discussion.   The Stowe Jewish Film Festival will show the film “Itzhak,” at Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center and Gallery Walks will be scheduled to highlight the excellent fine arts and crafts galleries in Stowe.  Stowe Free Library will host Nancy Marie Brown, discussing  “Songs of the Vikings,” sponsored by the Vermont Humanities Council.  An Artists' Showcase and Sale is planned by the 1860 House Inn.

Wrapping up the week, Stowe Performing Arts will present “The Dustbowl Revival” at the Trapp Family Lodge Concert  Meadow and Spruce Peak Performing Arts will have a workshop and performance of “Cirque Us” on July 29th.