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Bryan Memorial Gallery
802-644-5100

2022 Gallery Hours:
Mar 3 - Jun 19: Thu – Sun 11 – 4
Jun 23 - Oct 10: Daily, 11 – 5
Oct 13 – Dec 24: Thur - Sun, 11-4
Closed Dec 25 – End of year.
By appointment at any time
Office Hours: Wed – Fri: 10 – 4
Other Hours by appointment

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Art in the Park

Bryan Memorial Gallery is pleased to announce Art in the Park, coming on Saturday, July 23, 2022.

A select artist will be painting at each of five Vermont State Parks for the day from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Visitors will be able to join the artist to watch as they create an original piece of work depicting the locale, as well as ask questions. There will also be an official state park interpreter present to share and answer any questions about the parks and their history.

The locations and artists for Art in the Park will include:

  • Smugglers’ Notch State Park – Liane Whittum
  • Knight Point State Park – Fiona Cooper Fenwick
  • Quechee State Park – Jessica Fligg
  • Mt. Ascutney State Park – Lynn VanNatta
  • Emerald Lake State Park – Ken Rush

Art in the Park is free to all park visitors.*

Art in the Park is being held in conjunction with the exhibition Parks & Recreation, a collaborative show by Bryan Memorial Gallery and Bennington Museum, now open to all at the Bryan Gallery in Jeffersonville, Vermont. 

This event is a collaborative program between Bryan Memorial Gallery and Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation, and is generously supported by Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing.

* The event itself is free but day use fees of the parks apply for individuals visiting. $4 for adults, $2 for children, with children ages three and under being free.

2022 Fundraising Raffle

Bryan Memorial Gallery is pleased to announce our 2022 fundraising raffle!

Do not miss out on the chance to win this original oil painting by local, plein air artist, Eric Tobin. 

"Peaceful Summer Morning" oil 20"x24" framed

The winner will be drawn and announced on Sunday, September 11, 2022.                            

Raffle tickets can be purchased online: buy tickets online or at the Gallery.

Painting can be seen on display at the Gallery.

Film Screening - "No Other Lake"

Come and enjoy "No Other Lake", screening at the Bryan Memorial Gallery on Friday, August 19, 2022

Doors open at 6:30pm, intro and film starts at 7pm.

Motivated by a desire to better understand his home watershed, Jordan Rowell embarks on a two week kayaking trip along the 120-mile length of Lake Champlain, stopping along the way to talk to a wide range of characters about the future of their shared basin. 

Set 50 years after the passage of the Clean Water Act, NO OTHER LAKE is both a celebration of the unique beauty of Lake Champlain and a confrontation with its greatest challenges. This adventure-conservation documentary strives to inspire people to better connect with the natural world around them, see issues from a different point of view, and get involved with stewardship efforts happening close to home.

Find more information about the film at https://lakechamplainfilm.com/

This event is free and open to the public. Registration is not required, and seating is on a first come basis.

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Bryan Memorial Gallery
802-644-5100

2022 Gallery Hours:
Mar 3 - Jun 19: Thu – Sun 11 – 4
Jun 23 - Oct 10: Daily, 11 – 5
Oct 13 – Dec 24: Thur - Sun, 11-4
Closed Dec 25 – End of year.
By appointment at any time
Office Hours: Wed – Fri: 10 – 4
Other Hours by appointment

Building on one legacy; creating another