Host Barrie Silver speaks with Bill O'Connor, Hot Yoga owner, to discuss the history of Yoga, how he got started, and the health benefits. Bill also explains how Yoga is for Every BODY.
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Clay objects are often associated with particular utilitarian and domestic purposes. The long lasting association of ceramics with functionality engrains a tension between craft and fine art. Dysfunction challenges this tension by asserting that functionality may depend upon context rather than an absolute and fixed purpose. Beginning with the exhibition’s title, a playful pun, Dysfunction presents artwork varying from beautiful and precious to surreal and grotesque in an effort to initiate a dialogue about our own assumptions concerning ceramics. The crux of Dysfunction lies in the human tendency to categorize, organize, and separate. Often, the language we use to understand and assess our experiences, emotions, and objects narrow our ability to imagine larger possibilities for what something (or someone) can be. Together, these ten artists represent a microcosm of a larger artistic zeitgeist focused on questioning the social, political, and economic forces that determine “proper function.”
EXHIBITING ARTISTS: Shae Bishop, Charlie Cunningham, Bech Evans, Leslie Fry, Margaret Kinkeade, Julia Kunin, Roberto Lugo, Brooks Oliver, Jessica Putnam-Phillips,
and Christopher Vaughn.
Thursday, February 18th: Tea Gathering with Bech Evans
Thursday, March 10th: Tea Gathering with Bech Evans
Thursday, March 24th: Dinner Gathering with Bech Evans
This exhibition is sponsored by Hotel Vermont. Funded in part by a grant from the Vermont Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Farrell Distributing, Harpoon Brewery, Fluid Bar Service and Misery Loves Co. are proud sponsors of BCA Center exhibitions and events.
Agency of Natural Resources presents The Act 64 Brown Bag Lecture Series: The Stormwater Permit Threshold "To Lower to 1/2-acre Impervious Surface?" 01/28/2016
The Clean Water Initiative Program for the Act 64 Brown Bag Lecture Series will be an intriguing presentation about managing stormwater impacts from new development. The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation, through its Clean Water Initiative Program, will host a monthly lecture series online about steps to protect, maintain, enhance and restore our waterways. The Vermont Clean Water Act, also known as Act 64, was signed into law in June 2015 and created new opportunities for achieving clean water goals. The Act 64 Brown Bag Lecture Series provides Vermonters a chance to speak with agency scientists about the efforts underway to achieve clean water throughout Vermont. “Across state government, our staff have been actively developing new programs and permits to implement the Clean Water Act and reduce pollution and sediment from entering our waters,” said Alyssa Schuren, Commissioner, Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). “I am pleased to share our progress with the public through this interactive lecture series.” “Vermonters care about clean water and how it enhances our lives. We also know clean water is important to our tourism and recreation economy,” says Kari Dolan, the Clean Water Initiative Program Manager. “This lunchtime lecture series lets us discuss how towns and cities, farmers and loggers, homeowners and businesses – all of us – can work together to safeguard our waters.”
For more info visit the Clean Water Initiative Brown Bag Lecture Series.
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