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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 9, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Dorset craftsman to lecture Manchester a Jessica Bond of Dorset will give a Public lecture on her exhibition of Early american decorations at the Southern Vermont Art Center Friday at la . Mrs. Bond s collection of accurately recorded designs both in technique and colouring Are outstanding in this country. One of Only to honoured to Date with the master craftsman award examples of her work Are included in authoritative publications on the subject and she is in demand As a lecturer. The Busy sva Calendar of events includes the Spring members meeting at 2 . June 18. After reports by officers and committee chairmen the program will be open to guests and the Public. At 2 30 the Art film Quot the Titan Quot will be shown. Frederic March narrates this extraordinary film that recreates the work life and times of Michelangelo without showing a glimpse of a human actor. From 3 30 to 5 there will be a reception in the gallery to open the Francis Chapin exhibition of oils and Watercolours. Chapin s use of color and variety of subject Promise to make this one of the most popular shows of the season. The Chicago artist who died last year is represented in All the great galleries in this country. His sva show will continue through july 13. The Ivan Albright exhibition has been extended through july 13 by popular demand. The Garden sculpture exhibition continues to grow As More work arrives. So far 37 Sculp tors have submitted 57 pieces in Metal and Stone. The catalogue will be ready in about a week. Visitors Are Welcome at the Art Center Dally from 10-5 except sunday 1-5. It is closed mondays. Hospital lists arca patients Cambridge . A admissions and discharges for the week ending june 5 at Mary Mcclellan Hospital include the following area persons admissions mrs. Janet m. Bromirski Michael r. Meaney Crystal d. Metcalfe Gilbert r. Niles and mrs. Marion j. Wescott Allaf Hoosick Falls Vincent , West Pawlet mrs. Violet j. Laverty mrs. Mary Jane Pender Cambridge and Janice l. Smith Petersburg. Discharges mrs. Angela t. Borowycz mrs. Janet m. Bromir ski Michael d. Meaney Arthur i. Reed Crystal d. Metcalfe Hoosick Falls mrs. Lillian m. Eagle. West Pawlet mrs. Mary e. Mcinerney mrs. Cecelia c. O Connor mrs. Mary Jane Pender Cambridge John j. Powers Eagle Bridge and mrs. Inez m. Scaglione Buskirk. Bennington manner. Thursday june 9, 19b6-7 costumer selected at la Illinois i l i a motown mass. A Rita Bottomley who has designed costumes for Heaters from California to Maine has been named costume designer for the Williamstown theatre s 12th season july 1-aug. 27, it was announced today by Elkos Pacha Topoulos executive director. A 1961 graduate of Purdue University s department of theatre miss Bottomley lived in new York City from 1961-65. Her new York costume credits include Quot to Quot the musical adaptation of Quot Little women a produced off Broadway by Victoria Crandall various productions at the equity Library theatre a show Case for Young theater people operated by actors equity and a number of Coffee House revues. In summer Stock miss Bottomley designed costumes for More than 30 shows in three seasons at the Brunswick summer playhouse at Bowdoin College. Last summer besides the Brunswick playhouse she also designed costumes for the Down East music theatre at the University of Maine. Both Heaters were under the production supervision of Victoria Crandall. Miss Bottomley is married to Jack Watson manager of the Williamstown theatre. During the academic year he is technical supervisor in the amt and instructor in drama at we Illiams. W Iii in Creek Eleanor Niles or. And mrs. Ralph Robinson and George of Washington d.c., have been visiting at the Howard Robinson Home. Or. 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