Building a Vermont where everyone has access to the arts and creativity in their lives, education, and communities
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Moving from Recovery to Resilience in Vermont’s Cultural Sector
Last summer marked some of the most devastating flooding the state of Vermont has ever experienced. Vermont’s arts and cultural sector was unspared and has spent months putting the pieces […]
The Eclipse—Portal of Renewal or Doom? Highland Center for the Arts Show Wants to Know
Before the 2024 total solar eclipse darkens Vermont skies on April 8, the Highland Center for the Arts (HCA) in Greensboro will unveil a stellar show of its own—one with […]
Vermont Statehouse Report: Creative Sector Day 2024
Each year the Vermont Arts Council and the Vermont Creative Network, along with many friends and partners, spend a day at the Vermont Statehouse advocating for arts, culture, humanities, and […]
NEFA’s Harold Steward Tours Vermont’s Arts and Culture Sector
Developing strong partnerships, uniting as a region, and building robust, sustainable cultural organizations were the messages that Harold Steward brought to Vermont arts and cultural leaders on his listening tour […]
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.