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Some galleries and museums still require masks and social distancing. Virtual exhibits are not listed, but can be found on Vermont Arts Online.

Diffusion of exhibitionsVermont Arts Online—www.vermontartonline.org.

brattleboroBrattleboro Museum and Art Center: “Expedition,” through Oct. 11, works by various artists, many of whom have never been shown in Vermont before; “Sequences: Ode to Minor White”, group exhibition of contemporary works reflecting the aesthetic and philosophical ideas of photographer-writer-educator Minor White (1908-1976); “Delano Dunn: Novelties”, the artist’s first solo museum exhibition brings together two works that explore love, racial identity, family history and the experience of creating art during quarantine; “Charlie Hunter: Semaphore,” focuses on the Bellows Falls painter’s accurately rendered images of anachronistic railway structures; “Erick Johnson: Double Take,” an immersive installation incorporating his paintings into his Instagram feed, which often features images of patterned objects seen on the streets of New York City, Union Station, Main Street (Route 5), and Routes 119 and 142 , Brattleboro, (802) 257-0124, brattleboromuseum.org.

Hannover, NHHood Art Museum: “Yellow Quick-to-See Smith: Trade Canoe: Forty Days and Forty Nights,” through Dec. 12; “Form and Relationship: Contemporary Indigenous Ceramics”, until January 2; “A Legacy for Learning: The Jane and Raphael Bernstein Collection,” until February 6; “Drawing Lines,” through Sept. 4; “Thornton Dial: The Tiger Cat”, September 11-February. 27 Dartmouth College, 4 E. Wheelock St., Hanover, NH, (603) 646-1110, hoodmuseum.dartmouth.edu Festive Reintroduction, 1-4 p.m. Saturday, September 18.

Lebanon, NHAVA Gallery: Four personal exhibitions, August 27-Oct. 1, Winkie Kelsey: “Rocks to Galaxies”; William Peabody: “A Collection of Memories”; Jay Singh: “Then and Now”; Coralea Wennberg: “Plant Stories,” 1 Bank St., Lebanon, NH, (603) 448-3117, avagallery.org Vernissage, 5-7 p.m. Friday, August 27.

ManchesterSouthern Vermont Center for the Arts: “Our Tangled Choices: Art and the Environment,” August 28–November 14, by Pat Musick and Michelle Lougee; 2020 Solo Exhibitions: Late Summer, through September 26, 10 artists working in a variety of media, including mokuhanga (Japanese woodblock printing), photography, welded metal art, water tempera painting ‘egg, ceramics, etc., Yester House; Vermont Glass Guild, through August 23, “2021˚ F,” 10th Anniversary Exhibit, Wilson Museum, 930 SVAC Drive, Manchester, (802) 362-1405, svac.org Vernissage, 3-5 p.m. Saturday August 28.

Stella Quarta Decima: “Anticipation”, through October, with artists Matthew Monk, James Rauchman, Diane Sophrin, Hannah Morris, Kate Burnim and Lynn Newcomb, SQD Gallery, 3568 Main St., Manchester, stellaquartadecima.com.

PutneyNext step: Co-presented with Next Stage Arts Project, the five-concert series of folk, world beat, zydeco, Celtic, jazz, rock and bluegrass continues on Sundays September 5 and 19. An unbroken, effervescent fountain of all – Original, bubbly, super danceable, 80s-inspired indie rock, Moxie draws from a wide range of inspirations and influences. Moxie features vocals from Rei Kimura, lead guitar from Leander Holzapfel, tight grooves from Daniel Snyder, and bass lines from David Cohen that often blur the line in a lead instrument. Concerts are held on the lawn of Putney Tavern (bring a lawn chair or blanket) or at Next Stage, 5 Kimball Hill in case of rain. Admission is free (donations are accepted) and food will be available; call (802) 387-5772 or go online to twilightmusic.org for more information.

White River JunctionLong River Gallery: Jeanette Fournier, through Aug. 31, “On the Wing,” wildlife watercolors, 49 S. Main St., White River Junction, (802) 295-4567, longrivergallery.com.

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