Immediate Release: April 16, 2018
contact: Deana Mallory, Director of Public Programs and
Curator of Live Tattoo Art
dmallory@benningtonmuseum.org
802-447-1571 ext. 203

Image: Temporary Tattoo Design
Love Bennington Museum

Back by Popular Demand – Tattoo 3
Back by popular demand, it’s Bennington Museum’s one-night-only, living exhibition of tattoo body art: Tattoo 3. Join us on Saturday, April 28 from 5:30 to 8:00 pm to see some of the area’s best tattoo art and meet some of the artists who create it. Talk with artists from Body Blend Studio, Shaftsbury and Raz-A-Tat Tattoo, Bennington. Traveling in from New York is Lucky Sinz Tattoo Parlour, Troy, NY and all the way from the eastern side of Vermont, Strange Brew Tattoo and Ink Dog, both from Brattleboro. See their work and discuss with them their art. Your chance to get a one-on-one about your next tattoo. Admission is “pay what you wish,” but if you contribute $5 or more, you receive a Love Bennington Museum temporary tattoo.

This exhibition features twelve live models showing their art and sharing their stories. Become inspired to take your new ideas to your favorite tattoo artist to be inked, or just enjoy the exhibition. Join us and Spill Your Ink: share your own tattoo story. Vote for your favorite single tattoo and your favorite overall model. The winners receive a gift certificate to the tattoo artist of their choice.

From 6:30 to 7:30 pm enjoy Psychic Sideshow offering strolling magic, mind readings, and character readings – sponsored in part by Body Blend Studio and Raz-A-Tat Tattoo. All galleries will be open so take the opportunity to wander Bennington Collects, in the Limric and Parmelee Galleries; Southern Vermont Healthcare: A Century of Caring in the Works on Paper Gallery; Enthusiasms: Personal Paintings by Jessica Park, in the Regional Artists Gallery; and the new installations in the Grandma Moses Gallery. Also on view is Early Vermont, opened in September, 2017. So much happening at the Bennington Museum.

About the Museum
Bennington Museum is located at 75 Main Street (Route 9), Bennington. VT in The Shires of Vermont. The museum is open Thursday through Tuesday through May and every day June through October. It is wheelchair accessible. Regular admission is $10 for adults, $9 for seniors and students over 18. Admission is never charged for younger students or to visit the museum shop. Visit the museum’s website www.benningtonmuseum.org or call 802-447-1571 for more information.

Bennington Museum is a member of ArtCountry, a consortium of notable art and performance destinations in the scenic northern Berkshires of Massachusetts and southern Green Mountains of Vermont, including The Clark Art Institute, Williams College Museum of Art , Williamstown Theatre Festival (20 minutes away); and MASS MoCA (25minutes away). Visit ArtCountry.org for more information on these five great cultural centers.

 

 

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