NBOSS at the Museum,

July 3 – November 1

The North Bennington Outdoor Sculpture Show (lovingly known as NBOSS-pronounced “N”-Boss) is one of our region’s premiere arts event of the summer/fall season, featuring work by some of the best artists from southern Vermont and throughout the northeast for the last 23 years. This year Bennington Museum is pleased to host NBOSS at the Museum, July 3 through November 1. In addition to sculptures by 28 artists scattered throughout the village of North Bennington, the museum will host an additional 20 sculptures by 18 artists, on our beautiful 10- acre property in Old Bennington. While some of the works will be displayed near the museum building entrance and adjacent parking lot, many of the works will be displayed in the natural settings of our back meadow and along the Jennings Brook Trail, accessible via the George Aiken Wildflower Trails, immediately south of the museum building.

NBOSS at the Museum is a way for us to provide a safe, outdoor, socially distanced cultural experience for our community and visitors during these trying times. The museum grounds are accessible free of charge, sunrise to dusk every day.

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Images (without the artists) are courtesy of Bryan Knights.