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Catamount Arts features both internationally recognized and talented local artists in diverse exhibitions of painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, new media and installation. Close proximity to cinema-screening rooms and performance space allows for regular presentation of art related films and lectures.  Galleries not only serve a general audience, but also a growing community of member artists who participate in our annual juried show Arts Connect at Catamount Arts, as well as portfolio reviews, classes and workshops.

Catamount Arts is pleased to announce an open call for curators to submit proposals for exhibitions in the Catamount Arts Building in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Curators whose proposals are selected will receive a $2,500 stipend to realize an original exhibition, as well as administrative, promotional, and technical support. For more information and details on how to apply, please visit https://www.catamountarts.org/visual-art/curatorial-opportunity-program-guidelines/

Catamount Arts is pleased to announce an open call for artists to submit proposals for exhibitions in the Catamount Arts Building in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Artists whose proposals are selected will receive a $500 stipend to realize an exhibition of recent work, as well as administrative, promotional, and technical support. For more information and details on how to apply, please visit https://www.catamountarts.org/visual-art/exhibition-opportunity-program-guidelines/

The Fried Family Gallery at Catamount Arts

“In a Dangerous Time” – Ann Young

Aug 24, 2022 - Oct 30, 2022
Painter Ann Young works in many styles, always with plenty of color, and focuses on people in troubling times and on abstracted images of greatly magnified natural objects. Young’s latest exhibition “In a Dangerous Time” explores the role of art in difficult times with paintings about the intersection of helplessness and hopefulness. “In a Dangerous […]
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The Rankin Gallery at Catamount Arts

“Slightly Irregular” – Chuck Trotsky

Aug 24, 2022 - Oct 30, 2022
In Catamount’s Rankin Gallery, large acrylic paintings and small mixed media pieces are attributed to Chuck Trotsky. Trotsky is a fictitious online persona born of the late-night imaginings and collaborative ambitions of Vermont artist Ben Barnes. Trotsky’s paintings, iconic images pilfered from pop culture and paired with anachronistic props or contrasting settings, reference the digital […]
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Digital Exhibits

The Living Midnight – A Selection of Sketchbook Drawings by Jo Dery

Ended: Apr 30, 2022
For over 25 years, Jo Dery has maintained a sketchbook practice that generates both images and text. A space for experimentation and play, her sketchbooks often contain the seeds of larger projects. The drawings in this collection were made using gouache, ink, pen/pencil, and collage, and reference Dery’s life in southern Vermont. Jo Dery is […]
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