Building a Vermont where everyone has access to the arts and creativity in their lives, education, and communities
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Cultivating Creative Placemaking
Creative Segment Leader Spotlight: Meg Emmons with Bourdon Maple Farm
Creative Segment Leader: Meg Emmons Pronouns: She/Her Organization/Business and Position: Bourdon Maple Farm, Operations Manager Creative Segment: Specialty Foods Medium: Organic maple farm Creative Zone: 3CVT Zone Website/Public Media: Bourdon […]
Question Shelter and Brave the Elements in the Sculpture Garden
Earth, wood, metal, water, fire – all core elements comprising modern shelter, and for the “Elements of Shelter” exhibit currently on display in the Sculpture Garden at the Vermont Arts […]
Creative Segment Leader Spotlight: Martha Fitch with Vermont Crafts Council
Creative Segment Leader: Martha Fitch Pronouns: She/Her Organization/Business and Position: Vermont Crafts Council, Executive Director Creative Segment: Visual Arts & Fine Crafts Medium: Networking and Professional Development Creative Zone: Statewide […]
Vermont Made Episode 12: Queering Comics with Vermont Cartoonist Laureate Tillie Walden
Vermont Cartoonist Laureate Tillie Walden discusses her two Eisner Award-winning graphic novels, Spinning and Are You Listening?, her Cosmic Slumber Tarot deck, teaching at the Center for Cartoon Studies, and more.
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.
Give To Support Vermont Arts
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.