Made Here - The Frog Hollow Green Mountain Artisans 

This series highlights Vermont's creative community with a focus on several established artisans from the Frog Hollow State Craft Center

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Episode 1 - Pilot - Features bowl turner Alan Stirt; sculptor Kate Pond; glassblower Michael Egan; and jewelry artist Ivy Long.

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Episode 2 - Artists Of Frog Hollow - Features four profiles of Vermont artisans. Carol MacDonald (printmaking), David Hurwitz (woodworking), Victoria Blewer (hand colored photography) and Aaron Stein (license plate art). 

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Episode 3 - Peter Miller - A three part overview of Vermont photographer Peter Miller's life focusing on his early years, the writing of his landmark book Vermont People and his insights into photography and the writing process. 

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Episode 4 - Emerging Artists - Features four emerging Vermont artisans working in a variety of mediums including Jon Black (jewelry), Jess Polanshek (illustrator), Marta Sulocka, Made of Cloth (fiber) and Noel Bailey (ceramics). Each filmed segment is being created by a different emerging filmmaker from Vermont.
 

 

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