Earth’s Materials: Perennial Perspectives in the Arts
–Town Hall Theater, Jackson Gallery
68 South Pleasant Street
Middlebury, VT 05753
Open to the Public
Earth’s Materials: Perennial Perspectives in the Arts, a group exhibit of curated art, represents diverse responses from artists working in a variety of media that reflect, respond, and rejoice in the earth, our roots, and our relationships.
Please join us for the exhibit opening on Friday, April 7, 2023, from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m., including a panel discussion from 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. that evening. The event is free and open to the public.
Earth’s Materials: Perennial Perspectives in the Arts is a collaboration between New Perennials at Middlebury College and Town Hall Theater. New Perennials explores the restorative powers of perennial thoughts and actions in the context of five communities of practice: farming, education, wellness, sacred practice traditions, and the arts. Art, in all its forms, offers one of the most enduring and expressive examples of those restorative powers. Together with our collaborators, we host and support art exhibits, conferences, lectures, workshops, and performances; develop and teach courses and workshops on perenniality and diversity; and publish open-access books, pamphlets, and teaching and learning resources.www.newperennials.org
Town Hall Theater is a community performance space, gallery, and educational center in the heart of downtown Middlebury, Vermont. www.townhalltheater.org. The Jackson Gallery in THT’s lower level is open Monday-Friday from noon-5 pm, as well as during performances.
Matt Burke, sculptor
Paul Dahm, photographer
Cameron Davis, painter
Judy Dow, weaver
Janet Fredericks, painter
Kate Gridley, painter, photographer
Gerald Hoffman, photographer
Caleb Kenna, photographer
Nancy Winship Milliken, multimedia
Meghan Rigali, multimedia
Danielle Rougeau, painter
Joan Watson, clay
- Sponsored by:
- NEW PERENNIALS PROJECT