NEWS

2015-2019

RECEPTION FOR EXHIBIT SHOWS DRAW OF RESEARCH-BASED ART   A well-attended opening reception in the McCarthy Arts Center Gallery for the Overnigth Projects solo exhibition of New York City based artist Amanda Turner Pohan called “Maize Meditation” -- an installation and site-specific work in the Gallery and the Saint Michael's Natural Area investigating the history of corn production and consumption.

RECEPTION FOR EXHIBIT SHOWS DRAW OF RESEARCH-BASED ART

A well-attended opening reception in the McCarthy Arts Center Gallery for the Overnigth Projects solo exhibition of New York City based artist Amanda Turner Pohan called “Maize Meditation” -- an installation and site-specific work in the Gallery and the Saint Michael's Natural Area investigating the history of corn production and consumption.

INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT FILLS EYES, EARS, MOUTHS WITH MAIZE   An installation at the McCarthy Art Gallery curated by Overnight Projects had its interactive performance component on Saturday, September 22 in the form of a guided, meditational meal of corn-based products.

INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT FILLS EYES, EARS, MOUTHS WITH MAIZE

An installation at the McCarthy Art Gallery curated by Overnight Projects had its interactive performance component on Saturday, September 22 in the form of a guided, meditational meal of corn-based products.

ART & OBJECT: TEN FLEETING ART EXPERIENCES   On a steamy hot mid-summer weekend a group of selected artists from Vermont, New York, and beyond turned the Sand Bar Inn, a motel in South Hero, Vermont into a place of magic. The low lying site had been flooded multiple times and now is an abandoned crumbling ghost in a weedy, overgrown field. From Away, the title of this temporary experiential exhibit, drew a crowd eager to explore the dilapidated interior of a former vacation paradise.

ART & OBJECT: TEN FLEETING ART EXPERIENCES

On a steamy hot mid-summer weekend a group of selected artists from Vermont, New York, and beyond turned the Sand Bar Inn, a motel in South Hero, Vermont into a place of magic. The low lying site had been flooded multiple times and now is an abandoned crumbling ghost in a weedy, overgrown field. From Away, the title of this temporary experiential exhibit, drew a crowd eager to explore the dilapidated interior of a former vacation paradise.

SOUNDFRIGHTS: HELL OF A WEEK; IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S ME   Overnight Projects & Portland, Maine collective Hi Tiger presented "She Feared Nothing" at the former KeyBank building in Winooski, Vermont. Hi Tiger director and founder Derek Jackson refers to the performance art piece as "a loosely conjoined Afro-futurist opera."

SOUNDFRIGHTS: HELL OF A WEEK; IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S ME

Overnight Projects & Portland, Maine collective Hi Tiger presented "She Feared Nothing" at the former KeyBank building in Winooski, Vermont. Hi Tiger director and founder Derek Jackson refers to the performance art piece as "a loosely conjoined Afro-futurist opera."

DIGITAL CICADAS TAKE OVER BURLINGTON’S CITY HALL PARK   City Hall Park is the site of an art installation created by Chris Mahonski, a sculptor from Richmond, Va. Called "Spurious Brood," the project consists of about 200 watches hidden in plain sight in the trees and intermittently beeping the day away. The sound builds to a crescendo at dusk, with nearly 100 watches emitting digital chirps as their faces light up and blink.

DIGITAL CICADAS TAKE OVER BURLINGTON’S CITY HALL PARK

City Hall Park is the site of an art installation created by Chris Mahonski, a sculptor from Richmond, Va. Called "Spurious Brood," the project consists of about 200 watches hidden in plain sight in the trees and intermittently beeping the day away. The sound builds to a crescendo at dusk, with nearly 100 watches emitting digital chirps as their faces light up and blink.

A VACANT STOREFRONT ART INSTALLATION ILLUMINATES WINOOSKI   If Winooski is "the Brooklyn of Burlington," the city now boasts an appropriate contemporary art installation. The straightforwardly named "Fluorescent Light in Vacant Storefront" is just that. In collaboration with curatorial initiative Overnight Projects, Montpelier artist Chris Jeffrey has filled the Winooski Block building's former Sloane Mercantile quarters with sculptural arrangements of brightly colored fluorescent tube lights.

A VACANT STOREFRONT ART INSTALLATION ILLUMINATES WINOOSKI

If Winooski is "the Brooklyn of Burlington," the city now boasts an appropriate contemporary art installation. The straightforwardly named "Fluorescent Light in Vacant Storefront" is just that. In collaboration with curatorial initiative Overnight Projects, Montpelier artist Chris Jeffrey has filled the Winooski Block building's former Sloane Mercantile quarters with sculptural arrangements of brightly colored fluorescent tube lights.

FAVORITE ART EXHIBITIONS OF 2016   At just about a year old, the curatorial initiative Overnight Projects achieved a major coup. It enlivened Burlington's decrepit coal plant with works by three Germany-based artists: Vesko Goesel, Peter Miller and Viktoria Strecker. After just nine days of working on-site, the artists debuted their conceptually sophisticated works to the public.

FAVORITE ART EXHIBITIONS OF 2016

At just about a year old, the curatorial initiative Overnight Projects achieved a major coup. It enlivened Burlington's decrepit coal plant with works by three Germany-based artists: Vesko Goesel, Peter Miller and Viktoria Strecker. After just nine days of working on-site, the artists debuted their conceptually sophisticated works to the public.

GERMAN ARTISTS TRANSFORM MORAN PLANT   The derelict Moran plant has been vacant and deteriorating on the Burlington waterfront for the past 30 years. With the future of the building up in the air, the structure is possibly experiencing one last use as an art exhibition....

GERMAN ARTISTS TRANSFORM MORAN PLANT

The derelict Moran plant has been vacant and deteriorating on the Burlington waterfront for the past 30 years. With the future of the building up in the air, the structure is possibly experiencing one last use as an art exhibition....

TRANSFORMING THE MORAN PLANT, AGAIN, WITH ART   For just two days last summer, the Burlington curatorial initiative Overnight Projectsmade its debut with a number of installations in the building that once housed St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum. For many locals, this exhibition offered the first — and only — chance to see and learn about a particularly storied institution in Vermont history. Now, one year and several equally fleeting exhibitions later, Overnight Projects has launched its most ambitious endeavor to date: a monthlong occupation of the Moran Plant.

TRANSFORMING THE MORAN PLANT, AGAIN, WITH ART

For just two days last summer, the Burlington curatorial initiative Overnight Projectsmade its debut with a number of installations in the building that once housed St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum. For many locals, this exhibition offered the first — and only — chance to see and learn about a particularly storied institution in Vermont history. Now, one year and several equally fleeting exhibitions later, Overnight Projects has launched its most ambitious endeavor to date: a monthlong occupation of the Moran Plant.

TRIANGLE, CIRCLE, SQUARE   For their debut temporary exhibition last weekend, Overnight Projects welcomed New York-based artists and couple Andrew Brehm and Jennifer Lauren Smith to its current location at 339 Pine in Burlington's South End.

TRIANGLE, CIRCLE, SQUARE

For their debut temporary exhibition last weekend, Overnight Projects welcomed New York-based artists and couple Andrew Brehm and Jennifer Lauren Smith to its current location at 339 Pine in Burlington's South End.

FALL OUT SHELTER   Maya Jeffereis gives an artist talk and facilitates hypothetical dooms-day scenarios at Overnight Projects in Burlington, Vermont

FALL OUT SHELTER

Maya Jeffereis gives an artist talk and facilitates hypothetical dooms-day scenarios at Overnight Projects in Burlington, Vermont