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NAJAWA - A STORY OF PALESTINE
Najawa: A Story of Palestine

This street comic, created by Michelle Sayles in collaboration with Jen Berger, was displayed at Burlington, Vermont's art extravaganza weekend, Art Hop, September 11 and 12, 2015.

The South End Art Hop attracts over 30,000 visitors to artist’s studios and local businesses that become...Watch now »

Monday, October 19, 2015
Jeremy Lee MacKenzie's "Hidden Blueprints" [SIV416]
Jeremy Lee MacKenzie's "Hidden Blueprints" [SIV416]

Artist and filmmaker Jeremy Lee MacKenzie spoke to a crowd gathered at the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday about his show, "Hidden Blueprints". The exhibit consists of sizable pieces of intricately carved wood scrollwork which were designed while...Watch now »

Stuck in Vermont Monday, October 19, 2015
Of Land and Local

Interviews with artists at BCA Center "Land and Local" art exhibition.

Produced with facilities provided by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).Watch now »

The Artful Word Monday, October 19, 2015
I Am BCA - Karen Amirault, Jean Luc Dushime, Bryan Parmalee, Mary Lacy
Karen Amirault, Jean Luc Dushime, Bryan Parmalee, Mary Lacy

Karen Amirault, Dancer
“The arts are expression and connection.”

Jean Luc Dushime, Photographer
“Art creates a conversation between cultures.”

Bryan Parmalee, Musician
“Art is how I engage with the world.”

Mary Lacy, Mural Artist
“I have been given a...Watch now »

I Am BCA PSAs Monday, November 9, 2015
I Am BCA - Bill Schubart, Fran Stoddard, Todd Lockwood
Bill Schubart, Fran Stoddard, Todd Lockwood

Bill Schubart, Writer
“Art radiates the beauty of human empathy.” 

Fran Stoddard, Filmmaker
“Access to the arts enriches any community.”

Todd Lockwood, Photographer
“I believe in the power of art to inspire and transform the world.”

“I am BCA.”

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I Am BCA PSAs Monday, November 9, 2015
Not Not Bubbly Flow

Layered images of wind turbines and shadows of people intersecting bring one to reflect on time, death, and possible synchronicities.

Produced with facilities provided by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).Watch now »

Level Set: Loop Monday, November 9, 2015
Generator Big Makers—Jae Rhim Lee and Mike Ma: Reinventing Burial
Jae Rhim Lee and Mike Ma: Reinventing Burial

The second presenters in Generator’s Big Maker series, Lee and Ma have created an unorthodox and environmentally-friendly alternative to burying the dead. The Infinity Burial Project, born out of experiments at the intersection of art, science, and technology, pushes the boundaries of...Watch now »

Generator Big Makers Monday, November 23, 2015
BCA Center Art Opening—November 20, 2015: Tom Cullins Retrospective

A retrospective of Tom Cullins's architectural work and mixed media and abstract work, also sculpture based on his photographs.

Produced with facilities provided by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).Watch now »

The Artful Word Monday, December 14, 2015
Ralph's Models in Bottles [SIV428]
Ralph's Models in Bottles [SIV428]

88-year-old Ralph Preston has been building model ships in bottles since the tender age of eight. After joining the Navy in WWII, Ralph sailed on real vessels and later spent 30 years teaching math at Saint Michael's College. Over his lifetime, Ralph has produced about 15 highly intricate...Watch now »

Stuck in Vermont Monday, January 25, 2016
Generator Big Makers—Paolo Pedercini: The Art and Complexity of Games
Paolo Pedercini: The Art and Complexity of Games

Exploring the intersection of ideology and entertainment, Paolo’s work calls for the radicalization of popular culture through the re-appropriation of video games—as art, activist expression, and meaningful interaction. Agitprop or conscience? Co-optation or a perfect marriage?

One of perhaps a few artists with a five-year plan, Paolo’s work explores the future of local play, behavior within complex systems, the margins of industry, and challenges to conventional entrypoints of game play. Informed by movements from Marxism to the Zapatistas and tackling some of the wicked issues of our time—from gun violence to mineral sourcing to labor—Paolo’s work shares the maker movement’s commitments to appropriation, concepts of fairness and justness, creativity, and play. Learn more about—and download—some of his games at molleindustria.org.

Paolo was born in 1981 assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University, Paolo is an artist / game designer usually working under the project name Molleindustria.

[Adapted from the Burlington Generator website.]

Produced by VCAM.Watch now »

Generator Big Makers Monday, January 25, 2016
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