Articles

Posted 08/20/13

Four Seasons at Shelburne

In August 18 the Shelburne Museum will open its new Pizzagalli Center for Art and Education and embark on a year-round schedule for the first time in its sixty-six-year history     

Posted 07/31/13

The game is a foot

The game board collection of Bruce and Doranna Wendel

Posted 07/31/13

Pas Banal: A collection of folk, self-taught, and outsider art

Monty Blanchard, president of the American Folk Art Museum, and Leslie Tcheyan radiate enthusiasm for everything of quality in folk, self-taught, and outsider art

Posted 07/31/13

Discoveries in Self Expression

Twenty-four surviving rugs from the Maine Sea Coast Mission Hooked Rug project shed light on a little known experiment in community and artistry

Posted 07/31/13

The Virginia Dulcimer

Though gentler in tone than the banjo and fiddle, the dulcimer stands alongside those instruments as an icon of our nation's musical heritage, especially the traditional music of the Appalachian Mountains.

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