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BENNINGTON — To view Shelli DuBoff’s artwork is to explore a visual record of the places she’s traveled. Her paintings include depictions of horses on a shore on the Turks and Caicos Islands, lions and elephants in Africa, and dancers and musicians from around the world.

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BRATTLEBORO — Regional chapters of the National Independent Venue Association are sprouting up, and who better than Robin Johnson to lead the one for New England?

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BRATTLEBORO — Castle of our Skins — a Black arts institution that centers Black music, culture and history through people, programming and partnerships — continues its ninth season theme of stitching together stories, history and art with Sound & Appliqué, an in-person concert with two w…

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PUTNEY — David Stern lends his directorial talents to lead the cast through a new play called “Food and Shelter.” The play was written by award-winning playwright and radio journalist Sean Hurley, with music by Greg Wilder. The play will open Jan. 21, at Next Stage Arts in Putney.

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BENNINGTON — Nick Farrar has been fascinated with filmmaking ever since he was a kid. That passion, stoked by the unwavering support of his parents and a gritty determination, led to an influencer career far from rural Vermont, the place where he grew up.

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BRATTLEBORO — All are invited to continue discussing books over beverages this year as the Brattleboro Literary Festival holds is first virtual literary cocktail hour of 2022 at 5 p.m. on Jan. 14.

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BRATTLEBORO — A local artist will give a free, online talk in which he welcomes viewers to his Jamaica studio, via Zoom and Facebook Live, for a conversation about his installation “Arcadia Rediscovered” and his work as a landscape painter.

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