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Folk artist gets nostalgic in new project

Folk artist gets nostalgic in new project

November 3, 2016

An album about nostalgia, “Ape in Pink Marble,” leaves listeners longing for places they have never been to and people they have never met. “Ape in Pink Marble” is freak folk artist Devendra...

Folk artist gets nostalgic in new project

Folk artist gets nostalgic in new project

November 3, 2016

An album about nostalgia, “Ape in Pink Marble,” leaves listeners longing for places they have never been to and people they have never met. “Ape in Pink Marble” is freak folk artist Devendra...

UVM Expands Outdoor Sculpture Collection

UVM Expands Outdoor Sculpture Collection

October 20, 2016

UVM faculty are working together in order to incorporate art into the daily lives of students. The project to expand UVM’s outdoor sculpture collection is an initiative of University President Tom...

UVM galleries: art adorns the campus

UVM galleries: art adorns the campus

October 12, 2016

From a fine arts museum to “hole-in-the-wall” galleries, campus is filled with artwork worth exploring. The exhibits are in constant rotation, so these places can be visited regularly. Each location...

Professor pursues the truth in poetry

October 5, 2016

At its root, the intent of poetry can be seen as the pursuit of truth. Genuine and explicit about her past experiences, Elizabeth Powell’s poetry reminded an audience at the Fleming Museum of that original...

World-renowned art showcased at Fleming Museum

World-renowned art showcased at Fleming Museum

September 21, 2016

This semester, students will have the opportunity to view world-class pieces by world-renowned artists right here on campus. “Sargent to Basquiat” opens Sept. 22 at the Fleming Museum. The exhibit...

Indie rock band discusses how to be human

September 4, 2016

An indie quartet from Oxford, England has succeeded in creating an album that transforms somber and banal life experiences into groovy, harmonious songs. Glass Animals’ second album, “How to be a...

Author M.T. Anderson talks about his new book “Symphony for the City of the Dead” in the Fletcher Free Library March 31. PHIL CARRUTHERS/The Vermont Cynic

Author analyzes history of symphony

April 7, 2016

The interplay between art and history is often overlooked.Bestselling author M.T. Anderson reminded his audience of the remarkable way art and history can intertwine during an evening of literature and...

Top Cats ground music in friendship

Top Cats ground music in friendship

March 30, 2016

One student club has been offering up energetic vocals for more than three decades. The Top Cats are self-described as UVM’s first, finest and only all-male a capella group.“We make little differences...

Burlington-based psychedelic progressive trip-hop band Binger practices Feb. 18.  JEN RAMIREZ/The Vermont Cynic

Trio takes on new horizon

February 23, 2016

An experimental trio whose sound lacks conformity, Binger formed effortlessly over a discussion about Pink Floyd and Radiohead during a chemistry lab back in 2013.The group is a trio of alumni from the...

 Vermont folk musician Anais Mitchell plays Signal Kitchen Dec. 5. Mitchell is currently on tour for her seventh album, “Xoa.”

Folk artist sells out at Signal Kitchen

December 8, 2015

On a rainy Wednesday night, Vermont’s own folk singer and songwriter played a sold-out show at Signal Kitchen.Anais Mitchell is reminiscent of a modern-day Joni Mitchell, with a softer voice that’s...

UVM startup assists the blind

November 20, 2015

A startup partnering with UVM has received a $1 million grant in recognition for an invention benefiting the blind.E.A.S.Y. LLC was awarded a grant from the National Institute of Health in order to continue...

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