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Holiday Art + Craft Shows 2023

Nov 25

CVU Craft Fair

9am-4pm

369 CVU Road

Hinesburg VT

150 Vendors + FREE PARKING!!!

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Thursday, Nov 30

Winooski Holiday Pop-Up

5-9pm

Waterworks Food + Drink 

20 Winooski Falls Way, Winooski VT------

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Dec 2

INDOOR Burlington Farmers' Market 
11am-2pm 

Burlington Beer, 180 Flynn Ave
Burlington VT
FREE PARKING!!!
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Dec 9

Generator Maker Market & Mixer
3-9pm

40 Sears Lane, Burlington VT

FREE PARKING!!!
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Dec 12 (Tuesday)

Dealer.com Holiday Market
10am-2pm

1 Howard St
Burlington VT

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Dec 16

INDOOR Burlington Farmers' Market 
11am-2pm 

Burlington Beer, 180 Flynn Ave
Burlington VT
FREE PARKING!!!

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Dec 22 + 23

BTV Market in City Hall Park
Friday Dec 22, 2-6pm
Saturday Dec 23, 12-6pm

Behind 135 Church St
Burlington VT

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The Myth of Medusa

“Medusa was one of three daughters — born with extraordinary beauty and stunning hair. She becomes a priestess to her sister Athena and vows to her sister to remain pure. Athena grows jealous, as many men flock to her, only to glance at Medusa instead. Eventually, Medusa attracts the attention of Poseidon, who subsequently rapes her. Although Athena had the power to prevent this, she chooses not to. Athena is one of Poseidon’s sworn enemies, and through raping her sister, he is able to take power from her. When Athena discovers that Poseidon has raped Medusa, she chooses to blame her rather than him. In order to punish her, Athena curses Medusa by replacing her beautiful hair with a head of venomous snakes and making it so anyone who looks into her eyes will be turned to stone.

At this point, Medusa’s head became a desired trophy for many warriors who wanted to brave her fierce monster-like powers. Many warriors are sent to kill her, including Perseus. It is only with help from all of the gods that Perseus is able to not only kill but fully decapitate her. Without the support of the gods, he would have been petrified like every other warrior. Perhaps one of the most fascinating aspects of Medusa’s story is that she was pregnant with Poseidon’s child[ren] when she was killed. From her severed neck, her child[ren] Pegasus [and Chrysaor are] born.”

 

Excerpt from “Mishandling the Myth of Medusa: A Feminist Perspective on the Greek Gorgon” by Tyler A. Donohue, published online Dec 28, 2020 in An Injustice!

https://aninjusticemag.com/the-mishandled-myth-of-medusa-1f66fda1874b

SEABA Art Hop

2023

Sept 8th - 10th

(Extended Public Hours during Art Hop Weekend!)

 

S.P.A.C.E. Gallery

Sept - Nov

Fri & Sat 12-5pm

266 Pine Street
Burlington, VT

The Media Factory

Sept - Nov

Sun-Fri 10am -10pm

Sat 10am - 5pm

208 Flynn Ave

 Burlington, VT

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