Guest: Mia Feroleto
We all have to capacity to connect to other dimensions and higher realms of thought. Like any muscle, the skill is not developed unless used. Being able to access information and healing energies from other dimensions will be explored in this discussion.
Mia Feroleto will share personal experiences and examples of how the spiritual is at work within her own life and how she helps facilitate others to develop these skills within themselves. A point of focus will be how to feel empowered to participate more fully in your own life while making a contribution to the world as a whole by following the prompts our higher-self provides on a daily basis.
Listen to the full 90 minute interview with Mia here!
The Vermont Institute of Contemporary Arts (VTica) is pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibition of work curated by Mia Feroleto.
“T H I S I S W A T E R”
“The capital T Truth is about life BEFORE death.
It is about the real value of a real education, which has almost nothing to do with knowledge, and everything to do with simple awareness; awareness of what is so real and essential, so hidden in plain sight all around us, all the time, that we have to keep reminding ourselves over and over
“This is water.”
“This is water.”
This is Water speech by David Foster Wallace to Kenyon College 2005 graduating class.
Water makes up approximately 73% of the human body. It is the only substance on earth that exists in three forms: liquid, solid and vapor and it is the most common substance on earth. Where did it come from? Perhaps Earth is the only planet in the Universe that contains water. Perhaps not. Water has memory. It is soft and bends yet no one can conquer it. It provides the connectivity to all other people on the planet and to the earth itself.
“This exhibition focuses on water as medium and as subject matter. It illustrates the fact that like water in our daily lives, the countless ways it manifests are determined by the individual artist, their awareness of self and how they relate to their environment. Some works included in the exhibition, such as those of Doug Trump, allow the viewer to swim inside them while others represent a conceptional use of the word or situation involving the word such as Antonietta Grassi. The mysterious flow of ideas ebbs and flows and permeates all that it comes in contact with, finding its own level. Just like water.”
Exhibiting artists are Eric Aho, Bruce Blanchette, Katherine Bradford,
Glenn Goldberg, Antonietta Grassi, Karen Gunderson, Don Nice, Lucio
Pozzi, Amelia Toelke, Doug Trump, Laura Jane Walker and Kylie Wolgamott
This exhibition runs from Wednesday, September 19st, 2013 through Sunday, October 20th.
Opening reception: Saturday, September 21st from 5:30.
15 Depot Street
Chester, VT 05143
For information please call VTica at 802 875 1018 or Mia Feroleto at 802 730 5331.
Some of the ART that we referred to on the show from the CURRENT EXHIBIT entitled This is Water, on view and available for sale through October 20th, 2013.
Matrices (plural of matrix) – something that constitutes the place or point from which something else originates, takes form, or develops
In the series “Matrices”, delicate drip drawings rendered in ink are set against intuitive geometric shapes, depicting ambiguous structures reflecting architectural plans, or an engineer’s musings on circuits and conduits. The perspective is skewed as to suggest unstable and collapsible structures. The language of plans and maps is ubiquitous to our daily life. It is a way of understanding and finding some kind of logical order to our physical world.
Much of this work was inspired by and created in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Trying to contain chaos, both physically and psychologically, became a compelling theme that resonated universally. Each painting is like a portrait of this struggle in each of us.