An Art That Nature Makes: The Art of Rosamond Purcell will be making it’s Vermont Premiere two weeks from this evening, so in anticipation of this event we’d like to share a recent review in the NY Times that highlights the life and work of Purcell in Molly Bernstein’s recent film. To read the review, click HERE.
If you’re curious about Purcell’s work, click HERE…
Thanks to all of our sponsors, collaborators, and attendees for your continued support of Season 3 of the Architecture and Design Film Series. Your energy and commitment is instrumental in bringing life to this fun and engaging community event! We welcome any suggestions you may have as we plan Season 4 this summer and look forward to seeing you at the first film this September.
All the best,
We are excited to announce that Aimee Madsen, director of our final film, Paolo Soleri: Beyond Form, will be attending next week’s final screening of season 3. Be sure to stick around for Q&A after the film!
Aimee Madsen is currently an independent filmmaker and still photographer, who has worked in television and film production as a Camera Operator, Videographer, Producer, Director, Screenwriter and Editor. Aimee worked on her current and first feature documentary film “Paolo Soleri: Beyond Form” for over four years. Aimee studied Cinematography in Arizona, making the natural transition into filmmaking in 2005 and formed her independent company Eye Am Films. Since then she has created short films, commercials, promo trailers, video vignettes and an award winning screenplay. Also, as an award winning Editorial Still Photographer, Aimee has over 20 years experience shooting stills for magazine and book publications, some of which include Native Peoples, Arizona Highways, Worth, Sunset, Outdoor Photographer, New Mexico Magazine, Phoenix Magazine, Nip, Splash and Transitions Abroad. In addition, she has photographed for publisher NorthWord Press and internationally renowned image library Gamma Liaison.
You can visit her website, eye am films, by clicking HERE
Two of our sponsors, AIAVT EPN (American Institute of Architects VT Emerging Professionals Network) is teaming up with the AIGA VT (American Institute of Graphic Artists) to host Portfolio Night during the Vermont Design Week. Visual Artists and Designers are invited to partake in a panel discussion with local professionals and educators on what they look for in a portfolio for school and job applications, have an opportunity for one-on-one critique, and socialize with members of the creative community. This event is free and open to the public, whether you are looking for feedback on your current portfolio or inspiration to start one. For more information contact Evon Calabrese at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re excited to announce that we’ll be welcoming a few guests at the upcoming screening of Sign Painters.
John Floyd and Phil Seeley of Design Signs in Williston, VT and Mike Smith from Dorset will be bringing their kits, examples of their work, and insight into the art, craft, and skill of sign painting here in Vermont and beyond.
We look forward to meeting them next week!
Thank you to David Sellers and the Madsonian Museum of Industrial Design for lending an Eileen Gray designed Transat Chair at this weeks screening of Gray Matters. It was exciting for all to have an up close look at this chair featured in the film.
‘The Madsonian’s collection represents a lifetime of appreciation for and devotion to good design, displaying the best designed and most artistic manufactured objects.
It is becoming more and more important to think carefully about how we as a civil society use our resources. By making the everyday beautiful and well designed, and by recognizing and valuing that effort, we can reduce our throw-away culture and become one that surrounds ourselves with beauty, thoughtfulness and art.
The museum has in its collection work by designers such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Frank Gehry, Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe, Aalvar Alto, Raymond Loewy, Norman Bel Geddes, Eero Saarinen, and Marcel Breuer.’
David Sellers is an architect and designer living and working in Warren, Vermont. The Madsonian is the result of his lifelong dream to honor the world’s best in industrial design. Dave got his start in architecture at Yale University. He has since been designing and building in Vermont and around the world. Dave has been named one of Architectural Digest’s top 100 architects.
This retrospective pays tribute to the work and legacy of fourth-generation Vermonter and Burlington-based architect and artist Tom Cullins. As a Principal Emeritus of the notable design firm TruexCullins, examples of Cullins’ architectural accomplishments can be found throughout Burlington’s urban landscape, rural settings across New England, and overseas. A life-long artist as well, Cullins creates artwork prolifically in a variety of mediums.
Tom Cullins: A Creative Life emphasizes the continuous nature of Cullins’ work and explores the thematic connections within the entirety of his creative output. Cullins’ signature use of aesthetic restraint references the De Stijl movement from the early nineteenth century. True to De Stiji, Cullins’ artwork takes a minimalist approach to abstraction characterized by basic geometric forms and blocks of color, while his architectural projects (highlighted in this exhibition through sketches and photographs) draw inspiration from Bauhaus principles. The recent introduction of abstract, three-dimensional wooden sculptures to Cullins’ oeuvre brings his visual language full circle.
For more information, click HERE to visit BCA’s website.