The Vermont Cynic

Recent grad lands BTV artist residency

Recent grad lands BTV artist residency

Sophia Venturo, Assistant Culture Editor

September 11, 2020

Although a pandemic forced Burlington Artist Erin Bundock, ‘20 to uproot her studio, mid-project, the artist is now hitting her stride in the Burlington arts scene.  Bundock’s studio is laced with second-hand bed sheets, sewn as textiles and saturated with vibrant colors stretched out over studi...

New rock musician emerges on the Burlington scene

Full Walrus performs at Radio Bean Jan. 31. Full Walrus, who is sophomore Noah Schneidman, will be performing at 7:15 p.m. Dec. 6 at ArtsRiot.

Bridget Higdon, Assistant Arts Editor

December 5, 2017

When sophomore Noah Schneidman isn’t busy double-majoring in philosophy and music technology, he makes and performs his own music under the stage name Full Walrus. He describes his music as “melodic and reverby rock.” “It’s me trying to emulate my favorite artists and doing a bad job,...

Storytelling slam makes appearance in Burlington

From left, producer Susanne Schmidt and host Autumn Spencer on stage at October’s Moth event. The upcoming story slam, titled “Control,” will take place Nov. 14 at ArtsRiot.

Bridget Higdon, Assistant Arts Editor

November 8, 2017

Every good storyteller needs a good listener. The bond between the two is clear — the voice, mind and ear all have important roles to play. The Moth, a non-profit organization devoted to making oral storytelling more accessible to the public, will host another of its live monthly story slams at...

Rocktober starts at WRUV

Mason Haynes

October 13, 2017

This month will mark the debut of WRUV’s new event titled Rocktober. Inspired by last year’s March Radness, events director senior Tate Kamish and her team decided to help us cope with the post-summer blues by bringing us the essence of March Radness in the beginning of fall. March Radness...

Dance duo to warm up Burlington

Dance duo to warm up Burlington

Cara Zhuang

March 10, 2015

A popular indie pop power duo are kicking off their tour with a two-night event at Arts Riot on March 12 and 13. Matt Johnson and Kim Schifino, better known as Matt and Kim, met while studying film and illustration respectively, at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. “We were dating for a ...

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