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    Chandler Center for the Arts Holiday Market


    Through Oct. 27

    The Chandler Center for the Arts in Randolph invites craft artists, fine artists and producers of specialty food items to submit work for consideration for the annual marketplace November 17 through December 24. To submit, complete application at Deadline: October 27. at Chandler Center for the Arts in Randolph. Randolph/Royalton (map).

    Monkey House Holiday Pop-Up Shop


    Through Nov. 3

    Artisan vendors are invited to apply to participate in this fifth annual happy-hour marketplace. To apply, email Deadline: November 3. at Monkey House in Winooski. Chittenden County (map). $25.

    The Burlington Beat

    The Burlington Beat


    Through Oct. 25

    The Burlington Beat invites submissions for its second online issue, scheduled for mid-October, including art, poetry, prose and more. The first issue and submission guidelines can be found at Deadline: October 25. at Various Burlington, Montpelier & Barre locations in Burlington (map).

    Call to Artists: Tell Me


    Through April 6, 2018

    There are currently 6,909 living languages. What do the connected sounds and symbols of words suggest for the visual arts? We're thinking of diverse languages and letterforms (real or invented), new communication technologies, censorship, graffiti, collage and urgent messages. We'll create a Tower of Babel in the center of the gallery, and welcome proposals for this structure in whole or part. Deadline: April 6, 2018. For info and submission guidelines, see at Studio Place Arts in Barre. Barre/Montpelier (map). Members free, nonmembers $10.

    Island Arts Gallery


    Through Oct. 31

    Inviting artists interested in showing works at the community gallery to submit materials. Applications must include an artist statement and/or biography, medium and up to five high-quality digital images. Accepted artists will receive a month-long exhibition in 2018. Interested artists should email Deadline: October 31. at Island Arts Gallery in North Hero. Champlain Islands/Northwest (map).

    'Jeezum Crow, It's November!'


    Through Oct. 27

    Lyndonville Downtown Art Revitalization Team invites all artists, sculptors and makers in all mediums to create work focusing on our entry into the transitional month of November. Work could include our unofficial state bird, the Jeezum Crow, as well. Art will be exhibited all month in various locations throughout the village of Lyndon, with an Art Walk brochure indicating exhibit locations. For details and to submit, email Deadline: October 27. at Village of Lyndonville in Lyndonville. Northeast Kingdom (map).

    'Pleased to Meet You!'


    Through Feb. 2, 2018

    This 2018 show will bring to life fantastical, imaginative creatures and beings of the nonhuman variety, whether based on folklore, ancient myths, wild imagination or a memorable dream. Any medium welcome. Deadline: February 2. For more info and submission guidelines, see at Studio Place Arts in Barre. Barre/Montpelier (map). Members free, nonmembers $10.

    River Arts Photo Co-op Photography Contest


    Through Dec. 17

    Welcoming photography submissions from all photo enthusiasts involved with the River Arts Photo Co-op. Contest participants must attend at least one Photo Co-op meeting to qualify. Each photographer may enter up to three digital photographs. For details and to submit, visit Deadline: December 17. at River Arts in Morrisville. Stowe/Smuggs (map).



    Through Dec. 9

    Submissions relating to aging, broadly conceived, are invited for a January exhibition.Traditional and nontraditional media, 2D and 3D works and small installations are welcome. Deadline: December 9. For details and to submit, see at Studio Place Arts in Barre. Barre/Montpelier (map). Members free, nonmembers $10.

    One Taylor Street Redevelopment Project


    Through Nov. 1

    Curated by Brooklyn-based artist and University of Vermont associate professor Mildred Beltré Martínez, “Not Immediately Measurable” brings large-scale graphite drawings to the Colburn Gallery in UVM’s Williams Hall. Duverney, who also works in Brooklyn, states, “My subjects are oppression, power and transcendence.” The works use allegorical and natural imagery to confront cultural networks and hierarchies; Duverney writes, “This series of drawings immerse the viewer in a narrative of the complexities of otherness through images adapted from the natural and political landscape.” at Montpelier City Hall in Montpelier. Barre/Montpelier (map).
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