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Current exhibit: RETROSPECTIVE: The Works of Marcia Rosberg

Currently showing at the Jericho Town Hall is a retrospective of the work of Jericho artist Marcia Rosberg (1936--2021). Marcia was a long time resident of Jericho moving here in 1967. She had been an artist for an even longer time. Marcia often participated in the Town Hall art shows and we were glad when her family agreed to a showing of her work that spanned her career. Pieces are representative of her early years and up to the present.

The public is invited to a reception on Sunday, May 22, at the Town Hall from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. The show will be up through June 26.

Marcia considered herself a self taught artist with a lifetime of drawing and painting experience. But she also expanded her skills with classes from UVM and participated in the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson. She has exhibited extensively through out Vermont and received a number of awards.

The exhibit is one of an ongoing series of shows that are part of a collaborative effort between the Town of Jericho and a committee of volunteers involved in the arts. Committee members include: Catherine McMains, SelectBoard; Emilie Alexander, gallery owner and artists, Dianne Shullenberger and Carla Hochschild.

Current exhibit: RETROSPECTIVE: The Works of Marcia Rosberg

Currently showing at the Jericho Town Hall is a retrospective of the work of Jericho artist Marcia Rosberg (1936--2021). Marcia was a long time resident of Jericho moving here in 1967. She had been an artist for an even longer time. Marcia often participated in the Town Hall art shows and we were glad when her family agreed to a showing of her work that spanned her career. Pieces are representative of her early years and up to the present.

The public is invited to a reception on Sunday, May 22, at the Town Hall from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. The show will be up through June 26.

Marcia considered herself a self taught artist with a lifetime of drawing and painting experience. But she also expanded her skills with classes from UVM and participated in the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson. She has exhibited extensively through out Vermont and received a number of awards.

The exhibit is one of an ongoing series of shows that are part of a collaborative effort between the Town of Jericho and a committee of volunteers involved in the arts. Committee members include: Catherine McMains, SelectBoard; Emilie Alexander, gallery owner and artists, Dianne Shullenberger and Carla Hochschild.

  • Past Exhibit: Tracks

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    TRACKS

    Do you see tracks in the snow, railroad, a sporting event or even the tracings of an idea? Whatever “Tracks” calls to mind, established and emerging artists have summited artwork in many mediums including photography for “Tracks”.

    The exhibit ran from January 2022 through April 2022 in the Jericho Town Hall.

    Below is a short video collage of this exhibit.


    The exhibit is one of an ongoing series of shows that are part of a collaborative effort between the Town of Jericho and a committee of volunteers involved in the arts. Committee members include: Catherine McMains, SelectBoard; Emilie Alexander, gallery owner and artists, Dianne Shullenberger and Carla Hochschild.

  • Past Exhibit: When Art Meets Nature

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    Exhibit: When Art Meets Nature

    The Essex Art League presents art by more than local 20 artists. Their original paintings and photographs are inspired by the various conserved lands of the Jericho Underhill Land Trust. Stop by during normal business hours to see our local community through the eyes of Vermont artists. (No reception is planned due to COVID concerns.) below is a sample of the current art showing as a part of this exhibition.




    The exhibit is one of an ongoing series of shows that are a part of a collaborative effort between the Town of Jericho and a committee of volunteers involved in the arts. Committee members include: Catherine McMains, SelectBoard; gallery owner Emilie Alexander and artists, Dianne Shullenberger and Carla Hochschild.

  • Call to Artists: Quiet Time

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    Established and emerging artists are invited to submit one or two pieces of art work in any medium for Quiet Time. The only requirement is that the work must be wire hung to hang on a gallery system.

    This is an exhibit scheduled for January through April 2020 in the Jericho Town Hall.

    For more information and registration materials contact Catherine McMains: catherine.mcmains@gmail.com.

    Registration forms as well as the policies and procedures which include information on hanging requirements can also be found on the Town of Jericho website.

    Registration deadline is December 22, 2019


  • Call to Artists: Beyond the Seed

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    Established and emerging artists are invited to submit one or two pieces of art work in any medium for "Beyond the Seed".

    The Only requirement is that the work must be wire hung to hand on a gallery system. This is an exhibit scheduled for September through December 2019 in the Jericho Town Hall.

    For more information and registration material contact Catherine McMains, catherinemcmains@gmail.com.

    Registration forms as well at the polices and procedures which include information on hanging requirements can be found on the this web page.

  • Reception for “All the Waters”

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    Please join local artists at Town Hall for a reception for the current show “All the Waters” on Friday May 31 from 5-7pm.

    If you can't wait to see the art or make it on May 31, be sure to stop by any time to see this art exhibit.



  • Town Tea

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    There has been a tradition in Jericho to have a Town Tea the second Sunday in January. Each year we like to honor a group of people who have served Jericho.

    This year we acknowledged the cooks in the Jericho Schools. The event was Sunday January 13th from 2 to 5 pm at the Jericho Town Hall.

    This corresponds with the current Art in the Town Hall Exhibit: “The Art of Food”.

    A video of the event can be seen on the right side of this page.

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