Brattleboro Museum And Art Center, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 447
Arts & Culture
10 Vernon St Brattleboro VT 05301 USA
BMAC is a non-profit organization providing aesthetic and educational experiences for the region''s residents and visitors. It is a non-collecting museum, producing frequently changing exhibitions and programs, reflecting and enhancing the artistic life of the community. BMAC''s goal is to present thought-provoking exhibits, bringing outstanding curators and artists to the community, as well as to serve as a resource and support for the teaching of the arts in the school systems of the community.
Year-round exhibitions, including an interactive children's exhibit; Vermont Symphony Orchestra performance, bus trips, lectures, workshops; school programs, teacher trainings in Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS), newsletter
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7 people found this review helpful
I'll disclose right from the start that I work at Brattleboro Museum & Art Center. For more than 8 years of my tenure here I've been amazed, delighted and proud of the exhibits and programming that is produced at BMAC. BMAC is not one person's doing, nor even the product of a crew of people; a 38-year-old network of staff, trustees, volunteers, artists, members, townspeople, visitors, caretakers and sponsors give it its identity and high quality. We have seen many variations in our visitor comment book on the phrase "a gem of a museum," and visitors frequently express surprise and gratitude to find such an excellent museum in such a small town. Exactly how I felt as a visitor here, and continue to feel as a part of the network.
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observing the delight and heart-opening of visitors of all ranks and ages.
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About every week
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