The South End Art Hop comes but once a year. Get hopping!


J. Turk

"If we understand that garments are in many ways the embodiments of ideas around gender, how can they be altered?" asks the Bethel-raised artist and recent graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Their first solo show, "Unwearable Realities," opens with a reception on Friday, September 7, at AVA Gallery in Lebanon, N.H. (Pictured: J. Turk, photographed by Marina Leybishkis)


Molly Davies

In conjunction with "Reclamation," Stowe's Helen Day Art Center presents the Vermont-based video artist's work as part of its West Gallery Reclamation Film Series. Visitors can see "Autopsy," "Dressing" and an installation of select clips from "Drawing From the Body," a performance piece by Polly Motley with sound by Beth Coleman. (Pictured: video still)

Call to Artists

Brandon Artists Guild Fall Jury

Artists and artisans interested in showing works at the community organization and gallery space are invited to apply for membership. 


Lucy Mink-Covello

This exhibition at Rochester's BigTown Gallery features recent abstract works by the Contoocook, N.H., painter. "I am consumed by combinations of color and form as a visual, abstract diary of my life," says Mink-Covello, "where time does not belong to me, but to others. I am frequently organizing their things while they dance.” (Pictured: detail of untitled painting)

talking art

Lydia Kern

Sadie Williams meets up with the Burlington-based artist to talk about her multi-modal process and evolution working in installation, sculpture and printmaking. Kern has been busy since her enchanting "Fleet" debuted at last year's Art Hop. This year she'll have recent works at three different locations. (Pictured: Lydia Kern, photographed by Daniel James Cardon)


Screen Print Workshop

Kate McKernan leads this one-night workshop at BCA Studios, guiding students through using a variety of pre-prepped silkscreen designs to pull on a poster or tote. 


Tired of your green living room?

You choose the paint colors when you own your own home! Find out everything you need to know about the home-buying process at the Seven Days House Party on Tuesday, September 25, at Zenbarn in Waterbury from 6 to 8 p.m. Hear from experts including Union Bank, Flat Fee Real Estate, and Daniel N. Farnham and Jonathan M. Stebbins of Bauer Gravel Farnham, LLP. RSVP below — you could win prizes from Burlington Furniture.


Speaking Youth to Power

Ethan Sonneborn's campaign for governor was featured in the Washington Post and the New York Times. Hear the 14-year-old candidate and his teenage strategists explain how they captured national media attention — and nearly 7 percent of the Democratic vote — in this free event, worth 30 bonus points in the Good Citizen Challenge, a civics project for Vermont youth organized by Kids Vermont, Seven Days and the Vermont Community Foundation. Sunday, September 16, 3-4 p.m., Fletcher Room, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington.

Art News

Rachel Lindsay's Rx

The Burlington-based cartoonist publishes first graphic novel about her experience with bipolar disorder. 

Art for All Seasons

Artist Jess Graham and volunteers give Burlington's Outdoor Gear Exchange a freshly painted landscape mural. 

Mad Hopping

Get ready for the South End Art Hop with this playful take on art writing. 


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