Docent Training Saturday, January 25th, 2020 1- 3PM
Calling all Volunteers, Interested Artists and History Buffs! Come enjoy our free docent training in January with our curator, Phillip Robertson. Phillip is a wonderful and generous teacher who is incredibly knowledgeable about Thomas Waterman Wood and our WPA collections. His enthusiasm is contagious! It will be a fun day to learn a lot and ask many questions. Please let us know if you can attend. We will serve lunch to all who RVSP . All volunteers receive punch cards for volunteer hours that can be redeemed for classes at the gallery. Call the Gallery at 802-262-6035 to RSVP
The Green Mountain Club is sponsoring a social/membership meeting at the T.W.Wood Gallery Thursday, Jan 23 at 7 pm. John Snell, renowned Montpelier photographer, will present a slide show entitled, "Seek No Further: In Our Backyard." John has traveled the world and enjoyed doing so, but can be totally rejuvenated by a walk or hike in and around Central Vermont. The best part? Nothing is required of us but to open our eyes (ears and maybe our souls) and see! He will share with you some of what draws him back and sustains him about this part of the world we all love-trees, rocks, flowers, clouds, rivers and reflections in water, among many things.
An Evening of Experimental Film, with Walter Ungerer Thursday March 12 - 5:30 - $10 donation requested Walter Ungerer is a longtime filmmaker and artist of international reputation, beginning with the underground film scene in NYC in the early 1960s, continuing through to the 21st century in Maine. Ungerer’s works have been shown at festivals and competitions throughout the world, gaining recognition and renown. Join us March 12th on a journey to another realm in this evening of short experimental films that seek to transport us to a surreal domain.
Location CENTER FOR ARTS AND LEARNING 46 Barre Street, Montpelier, VT 05602
The T.W. Wood Gallery mission is to preserve our artistic heritage and to bring the best of today's art to Central Vermont.