We're Giving a Shout Out for the Holidays!
 
These are some of our favorite scenes from the #VTArts251 photo album. 
New Haven
I was on my way elsewhere--not really looking for art at the time--when I came across plein air artist Vcevy Strekalovsky . . .
Kira Bacon
Randolph
I love the Whales Dance sculpture in Randolph by artist Jim Sardonis, for the playfulness, the interaction with the landscape, and memories of Paul Bruhn.
Michele Bailey
Readsboro
Decagon Depth Perception by artist Debora Coombs pulls me in. I could stare at this for hours.
Meredith Bell
Irasburg
It's never a surprise to find puppets in the Northeast Kingdom. These are at the Leach Public Library.
Alice Claflin
Cornwall
I love the texture and colors of this rug made by Amy Oxford. Otters are adorable . . . and I just saw one in the river in my backyard for the very first time!
Amy Cunningham
Waitsfield
The Artisan's Gallery is a gorgeous, welcoming space located in a vibrant downtown and situated within walking distance of the local swimming hole.
Dominique Gustin
Goshen
The restoration of this house is a great way to continue former Vermont Poet Laureate Ruth Stone's legacy to the state and to poetry.
Troy Hickman
South Hero
It's hard to improve on nature, but these birdhouses by Jay Purvis and Jackie Ward come close.
Susan McDowell
Washington
Following a Quilt Trail is one of the best ways to discover the amazing creativity of Vermont towns, through art!
Karen Mittelman
Brownington
This is one of the marble dust/charcoal drawings in the collection of the Old Stone House Museum. It's my favorite because who doesn't love a drawing made from marble dust?!
Hannah Morris
Kirby
I appreciate the "get it done" sort of feeling this sculpture by David Tanych evokes.
Tom Pilon
Montpelier
We love seeing sculpture with every glance out the window or trip to the mailbox.
All the Council Staff
Look through hundreds of arts-based images from all over Vermont in the  #VTArts251 photo album. Do you wonder what's special about 251?
Featured Events
VERMONT BALLET THEATER PRESENTS: THE NUTCRACKER
Flynn Main Stage
December 21 and 22
Burlington
Town Green and Main Street
December 21
Bristol
multiple venues
December 21 and 22
Hinesburg, Charlotte
 SCOTTISH FISH
Burlington Violin Shop
December 20
Burlington
THE SOUND OF MUSIC
Northern Stage
Through January 5
White River Junction
Stage 33
December 22
Bellows Falls
BEST CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EVER
Highland Center for the Arts
December 22
Greensboro
NECCA Trapezium
December 20-22
Brattleboro
Unitarian Church
December 21 and 22
Montpelier
WORLD UNDER WONDER PRESENTS: SCROOGE! THE MUSICAL
World Under Wonder Playhouse
December 26-January 4
Ascutney
The Great Hall
through February 2020
Springfield
Helen Day Art Center
through December 28
Stowe
Shelburne Museum
through January 12
Shelburne
The Museum of Everyday Life
through May 2020
Rte. 16 near Glover
Mitchell - Giddings Fine Arts
through February 9
Brattleboro
The Vermont Arts Council is funded, in part, by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts , which requires a 1:1 match from the Vermont State Legislature. Council grants, programs, and statewide arts promotion would not be possible without the critical funding provided by these government agencies.
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