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Emergency Flood Relief Rushes In to Tide Over Vermont’s Artists
While the summer’s historic floods wrecked havoc with a number of Vermont’s arts and cultural organizations, plenty of artists’ livelihoods were among the casualties when basements, studios, and performance spaces […]
Kekla Magoon: A Trip Down Memoir Lane
“If the work is going to be good, I believe you have to put yourself into it.” While this maxim could be true of painting, schoolwork, or filing taxes, Kekla […]
The Great Sculpture Rescue
If you visited the Vermont Arts Council’s Sculpture Garden a few weeks ago, you would have strolled underneath towering wooden arches, enchanted by colors cast by sunshine filtering through the […]
Flood Report: Vermont Arts, Culture and Creative Sector Rallies Once Again
Our hearts go out to the many people and communities affected by the Vermont floods of last week. Many are still reeling, taking stock of losses, digging out Covid masks […]
Vermont Made Podcast
As the primary provider of funding for the arts in Vermont, the Vermont Arts Council offers a variety of grant programs for both individual artists and organizations. Each grant has specific guidelines and resources to aid in your application, and Council staff are here to help you throughout the process. Find contact information for grant managers on the specific grant page or visit our staff directory.
In addition to grantmaking, the Vermont Arts Council offers a range of programs to engage Vermonters of all backgrounds in the arts and creativity. From exhibitions in our gallery and sculpture garden to the statewide Poetry Out Loud recitation competition and our Creative Aging initiative, Arts Council programs enable everyone to experience Vermont’s creativity.
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As a non-profit organization we depend on support from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Vermont state legislature, private foundations, corporations, and individuals like you.