Calendar of Events

Rock the Boat virtual film at UMASS Fine Arts Center

Free premiere on Sunday November 22 at 3 PM ET and available through November 28

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Family Puppet Crafts during the Putney Craft Tour

Shadow Puppet Making Workshop with Jana Zeller and Shoshana Bass

10 AM ET Friday November 27 through Sunday November 29 5 PM ET

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News

What does Equity in the Arts look like? These are the steps that Sandglass is taking HERE

Current newsletter HERE

Rock the Boat film premiere online

Shadow Box Making Workshop

Artist and Organization Spotlight

Artists and performance organizations are busy these days making performances, workshops and their art available online. Here we feature what is happening now by various artists and organizations that we have worked with, presented and just plain love. We invite you to check them out and support their work.


Putney Craft Tour

This year our colleagues and friends at he Putney Craft Tour are going virtual. This tour is the oldest continuous craft tour in the country. What began in 1978 as a meeting around Margot Torrey’s dining room table led the way to a national movement of craft tours starting up in many areas around the United States.

This year’s online tour will feature 19 local artisans—including glass blowers, potters, jewelers, weavers, painters, woodworkers, artisan cheesemakers, and winemakers. From November 27 to 29th, crafters will open their virtual studio doors, offering video demonstrations, personal shopping experiences, and studio visits via Zoom. Some artists are scheduling in-person studio visits or virtual video chats by appointment — details can be found on Artist’s pages. Sandglass will once again be joining our community with a virtual shadow puppet making offering for the whole family.

Funders

Sandglass Theater is supported by the New England Foundation for the Arts through the New England Arts Resilience Fund, part of the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund, an initiative of the U.S. Regional Arts Organizations and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, with major funding from the federal CARES Act from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Sandglass Theater operations are supported by the generous contributions of The Bay & Paul Foundation, Chroma Technologies, The Clowes Fund, the Jim Henson Foundation, the McKenzie Family Charitable Trust, the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Vermont Arts Council, the Vermont Humanities Council, the State of Vermont Emergency Grant and individual donors. Please also see our project pages for additional acknowledgements for project specific funding.





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