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Art New England Summer Workshops in Bennington, Vermont provide an opportunity to immerse yourself in your art without the interruptions and responsibilities of daily life. Workshops start July 14, Class size is limited so the earlier you register, the better your chances of getting your preferred choice. Submit your registration before February 19th, and receive discounts on housing. MassArt staff are available to help you decide which workshop makes the most sense for you based on the kind of work you have been doing, what you are interested in exploring, and what kind of learning environment you find most appealing. However, if creating art with like-minded folk under the guiding hand of established artists in blissful surroundings is, then by all means, book now…The faculty for each week comprises artists who have exhibited around the world and excel at instructing. Skip to primary content.
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Buying an old or collectible book, while still offering up a potential reading experience, often has other intrinsic and sentimental value past just what's between the covers. These two great bibliophile notions will converge from all over the state of Vermont in Bennington on Sunday, Aug. John Hess, owner of Catamount Books in nearby Arlington, said that at last count there will be between 12 and 15 book and ephemera dealers on hand, and all carry a variety of past treasures such as maps, postcards, letters, prints and other such gems. Given this occasional bazaar-like vibe, one might think a book fair is like a flea market. One of the greatest benefits of attending such a fair, Koenig said, is that dealers have thoughtfully curated their inventory for the show. And the value, he insists, goes beyond just making a sale. We are finding and preserving pieces of history which might otherwise be discarded forever.