The North End Studio at 294 North Winooski Ave. in Burlington opened in September, 2007. This fully-equipped, multi-purpose space is available at modest cost for classes, performances, meetings, and gatherings of all kinds. Contact us at email@example.com or at 802.863.6713 to schedule an event or class.
September Events and Classes at the North End Studio
- First Friday Art Walk -
Friday September 3rd, 2010: 5-8pm
as part of ArtMap Burlington First Friday Art Walk.
- Reality Fix: Real People Tell True Stories. The Audience Picks the Winner.
Saturday September 4th, 2010: 8pm - $5.00
RealityFix is a story slam. Real people tell their 5-min. story on a given topic, without notes, and without any BS. Funny, serious, or unusual. But it's all true. If you want to participate, just show up and we'll put your name in a hat. When your name is picked, you've got our full attention. Then the audience picks a winner. And yes, there are prizes.
September 4th: Dating
October 16th: Eating
November 6th: First Time
Jason Plorber website or call 802.863.9429
- The Salon Release Party
Thursday September 16, 2010: 7:30-9:30pm - $5.00
The Salon release party for our second issue will be held Thursday, Sep. 16th, 7:30-9:30pm at the Off Center for Dramatic Arts, the new black box theatre in Burlington. Its located in North End Studio, at 294 N. Winooski Ave.
The $5 admission includes live music by pianist Randal Pierce, refreshments, readings, and a copy of Issue 2, which features work by Greg Delanty, Elizabeth Powell, David Budbill, Dana Yeaton, Angela Patten, Marc Awodey, Annie Doran, Meredith Martinez, and more.
For more details on The Salon, visit: the The Honeybee Press
- Art Show Closing - Robert Waldo Brunelle Jr.
Friday September 24th, 2010: 5-8pm
Come see the art of
- Homeland Prosperity? A Salmagundi Production
Saturday September 25, 2010: 7-9pm - $10.00
A performance art variety show and fundraiser about the relationship of land and war. Proceeds to benefit Burlington Permaculture.
For more information contact Jen Berger
Also, at the North End Studio Performance Center:
The Salon: A Journal of Poetry & Fiction, is pleased to introduce the Local Literature Library into North End Studios. The goal of the library is to make local authors and publications more visible and available to the general public. We're always looking for donations, so if you'd like to have a favorite book of yours in the library just bring it by the studio with a note. Currently there are collections of poems by David Cavanagh, Tina Escaja, Elizabeth Powell and many others, as well as Vermont periodicals such as Green Mountains Review, Vermont Literary Review, Queen City Review, and others. Happy reading!
For more details on The Salon, visit: the http://thehoneybeepress.wordpress.com/
Off Center for the Dramatic Arts is Burlington, Vermont's newest black box theater. Located in the heart of Burlington's Old North End. Off Center provides an affordable, accessible performance and rehearsal space for productions by local community theater artists, as well as a venue for educational opportunities for area students. The concept of a dedicated, professional, yet affordable theater space is a unique one in the city of Burlington, Vermont. Off Center can host not only theatrical productions, including staged readings and new works, but also classes in theater arts, such as acting, directing, stage management, and playwriting.