Art collides
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Painting by Marc Chagall
Painting by Marc Chagall
BRATTLEBORO- Visual art and physical art come together at the New England Center for Circus Arts, 10 Town Crier Drive. Artist Marc Chagall drew inspiration from the circus, and many of his most renowned works included trapezists, acrobats, and jugglers.

On Friday, March 23, from 5:30 to 6:30 pm NECCA, along with Scott Heller, will be unveiling two “circus” lithographs by Chagall, donated from the collection of Dr. Joyce Coffey Heller. These brightly colored, iconic prints will hang in the atrium of the new trapezium, a permanent reminder of the interplay between visual and physical art and the inspiration that each can draw from the other.

The event will include a short performance, and all are welcome. For more information call (802) 254-9780 or visit
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