Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Vermont Arts Council 6h
Take a trip to 1950s NYC without leaving your seat -- when you're sitting at 's West Side Story, that is! See this beloved Broadway classic through August 4
Reply Retweet Like
Pamela Jacobs Jun 30
Reply Retweet Like
MiddFilmFest Jul 16
We're thrilled to present at ft post-screening discussion with Executive Producer + Oscar Nominee Steve James. Don't miss it! Fest program coming early August.
Reply Retweet Like
Vermont Arts Council Jul 16
Still at : Torin Porter's "Daydreams" see these whimsical sculptures through August 12.
Reply Retweet Like
Vermont Arts Council Jul 15
Don't forget! Through Aug. 5, see recent Work by sculptor Ed Smith at West Rutland's Carving Studio & Sculpture Center. works in bronze and plaster use classical imagery to explore "mythic and heroic aspects of the Artist and man."
Reply Retweet Like
Vermont Arts Council Jul 14
The Marlboro Music Festival starts up this weekend! The campus will be alive with open rehearsals and concerts for a whole month. Check the schedule & get tix at
Reply Retweet Like
Vermont Arts Council Jul 13
If you're in the NEK tomorrow (7/14), head to Miller's Thumb Gallery for an opening party from 4-6. The new exhibit, Ladies of the Canyon, is a celebration of femininity and honors Marion Stegner
Reply Retweet Like
Weston Playhouse Jul 12
Two of this summer's hottest shows, back to back at Walker! Get Tickets:
Reply Retweet Like
MiddFilmFest Jul 11
Don't miss our screening of at Town Hall on July 22! Full info:
Reply Retweet Like
Vermont Arts Council Jul 11
"Borderlands: The Artwork of Heather Geoffrey" is at Main Street Arts, in Bellows Falls, through July. See this collection of "whispers from the place where the veils between worlds are thin" 9am-3pm, M-F
Reply Retweet Like
Vermont Arts Council Jul 10
Join us and TONIGHT for the opening of "New American Artists: Celebrating Tradition and Culture," in the Spotlight Gallery. 5-7 p.m., snacks served, all are welcome!
Reply Retweet Like
Vermont Arts Council Jul 10
Opens this week: "Hillsides and Hexagons - Paintings by Nick DeFriez" at the Governor's Gallery, July 13, 4-7 p.m. New show in Supreme Court Gallery opening as well. Make it an evening out in !
Reply Retweet Like
Weston Playhouse Jul 9
"David Bonnano is at his best in the role of Bruce. He spreads warmth with each appearance on the stage..." Read more from Berkshire Bright Focus about our current production of :
Reply Retweet Like
Vermont Arts Council Jul 9
Did you miss Middlebury's Festival on the Green events yesterday? Don't worry, the festival is happening all week! There's magic, music, and more - check the schedule at
Reply Retweet Like
Vermont Arts Council Jul 8
Concerts, plays, and art shows, oh my! The Vermont Arts Calendar is chock full - find a Sunday somethin' or plan the rest of your week. Visit
Reply Retweet Like
Vermont Arts Council Jun 25
A few exhibits in Montpelier are ending soon! If you're in the capital city, stop by the Vermont Arts Council office to see Artists to Watch. Then swing by the Supreme Court Gallery and the Governor's Gallery to see the works of Tom Merwin and Carolyn Egeli
Reply Retweet Like
River Arts May 31
River Arts is currently accepting submissions and sending out a call to artists to submit work for exhibition in 2019. Please submit high quality images with artist statement or proposal. Electronic submissions only, to gallery@RiverArtsVT.org
Reply Retweet Like
River Arts May 24
talk comes to ! Tuesday, June 19th at 3pm, "Endangered Alphabets, Cultural Erosion, and the Future of the Written Word?" with artist Tim Brookes in conjunction with his exhibit. Free admission. Learn more at
Reply Retweet Like
Weston Playhouse May 20
TODAY: presents a 2nd developmental reading of her brand new work FATHER/DAUGHTER at Walker Farm at 1:00. Directed by Morgan Green, with Madeline Wise and Gabe Levey. $10 tix available on our website, or just walk up! 💐
Reply Retweet Like
TheAccidentalCurator May 18
“…when you know the stories of the stuff, it’s not stuff anymore.” Starting tonight, the audiences at the will know them, too. Molly and Mary are ready…are you? Tickets:
Reply Retweet Like