Vermont Arts Council
Left to right: Rutland's Ethnic Festival, photo by Shawn Pemrick; a Catamount Arts concert in 2019; Vermont Symphony Orchestra at Farmers' Night in the Statehouse; JAG Productions' Theater on the Hill, photo by Lars Blackmore; Festival of Fools in Burlington, photo by Kyle Tansley.

Vermont Arts Calendar

The Vermont Arts Calendar is a statewide, crowdsourced, searchable directory of arts and culture events. Listings are free and seen by thousands of people throughout and beyond Vermont. Use the top toolbar to search and to view events in a list format, in a calendar, or on a map. Use the left sidebar options to filter events by category, tag, city, and Creative Zone. See an event you can’t miss? Add it to your calendar app with the click of a button.

Have an event you think we should know about? Click the button below to submit a free listing. Identify your event by the available categories, then add tags to get more specific about your event’s creative disciplines.

Once submitted, eligible listings are reviewed and published within two business days. Questions about your listing? Contact Content Manager Desmond Peeples.

Submitting an exhibit listing? We suggest submitting the opening reception as a single event, then the gallery hours as a separate recurring event. Please double check that you have entered your event’s time and date details correctly.

Read our blog post to learn more about statewide Vermont event calendars.

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Header image: (Left to right) Rutland’s Ethnic Festival, photo by Shawn Pemrick; a Catamount Arts concert in 2019; Vermont Symphony Orchestra at Farmers’ Night in the Statehouse; JAG Productions’ Theater on the Hill, photo by Lars Blackmore; Festival of Fools in Burlington, photo by Kyle Tansley.


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Vermont Watercolor Society 2024 Spring Show: Release!

South Burlington Public Art Gallery 180 Market Street, South Burlington, VT, United States

The VWS presents the spring themed show, Release! This is a juried exhibit of over 40 of Vermont’s most outstanding watercolor artists painting today. The show is on display in the South Burlington Public Art Gallery, with the opening reception scheduled for March 16, from 1:00 to 3:00. The works of art will be available […]

After-School Acting Classes For Middle Schoolers

Southern Vermont Arts Center P.O. Box 617, Manchester

INSTRUCTOR: MICHELLE COX MONDAYS, MARCH 18–JUNE 3 (SKIPS APRIL 15 FOR SPRING BREAK AND MAY 27 FOR MEMORIAL DAY) 3:30–5 P.M. SVAC Member: $260; Non-member: $325 Ages 10–14 Theater games, improvisation, dramatic play and scene work–in a fun, non-competitive environment. Acting classes take place on the stage in SVAC’s Arkell Pavilion theater. Scholarships available. Please […]

$260 – $325

Made Here Film Festival

Burlington Beer Co 180 Flynn Ave, Burlington

The annual spring Made Here Film Festival (MHFF) is New England’s only competitive festival devoted entirely to films made by New England filmmakers and Québec. 5 days in person screenings and workshops followed by 7 days virtual screenings. The festival is a co-production of VTIFF and Vermont Public. MHFF is free to the public but […]


Tracey J Hambleton at Adamant Co-op Gallery

Adamant Co-op 1313 Haggett Rd, Adamant

ADAMANT- The Adamant Co-op Gallery presents: “Local Visions,” twenty-six oil paintings by Tracey J. Hambleton that explore the meadows, mountains, and working landscape around East Montpelier and beyond. April 10 - May 10, 2024. The Adamant Gallery is open during Co-op hours: 8am-6pm on weekdays, 9-3 on Saturdays, 10-1 on Sundays. 1313 Haggett Road, Adamant, […]


Telling Stories Frame by Frame: A Vermont State University Student Film & Video Showcase

Virtual VT, United States

Vermont State University’s budding filmmakers are telling stories about intercountry adoption, veterans with PTSD, a chance encounter of soulmates, the isolation of chronic illness, gender euphoria, stand-up comedians in crisis, and so much more. The Vermont Arts Council invites you to be transported into all these stories from the comfort of your home, or wherever […]

April Break: Under The Sea

Southern Vermont Arts Center P.O. Box 617, Manchester

CAITLIN CLARK APRIL 19–23 MONDAY–FRIDAY, 9:00 A.M.–3:00 P.M. SVAC Member: $240; Non-Member: $295 Ages 9–12 Goggles On! Get ready to dive in for some fun under the sea! We’ll be exploring the depths of our imaginations and swimming in schools of creativity as we practice our best fish faces, craft creatures from cardboard, make prints […]

$240 – $295

Make a Stained Glass Wooden Lamp

HatchSpace 22 High Street, Third Floor, Brattleboro

You will be guided step by step through the process of making your unique lamp. Session 1: We will create the three sides of your lamp complete inlays by using the table saw and thickness planer. We will then glue the inlay strips in place. While those dry we will start work on the base. […]


Alcohol Ink Class

River Gallery School 32 Main Street, Brattleboro

Explore the magical world of Alcohol Inks in this one day workshop. We will explore the many ways of working with this stimulating fluid art. Alcohol ink colors are deep, vibrant, and stunning. Your creativity will soar as we dive into this beautiful and decidedly engaging medium.


Coptic-Style Bookbinding

White River Craft Center 50 Randolph Avenue, Randolph

Learn how to make a Coptic-style hand-sewn book using vintage book covers, turning an old item into a beautiful new sketchbook or journal! Coptic binding is one of the oldest bookbinding methods in history, and deceptively simple - the flexible binding allows the book to open flat, and the exposed looping stitches create a beautiful […]


Quick Doc Filmmaking Workshop with JD Hawks

JAM - Junction Arts Media 5 S Main St, White River Junction, VT, United States

Learn the art of compelling, concise, nonfiction storytelling with video. Through hands-on experience, participants will creatively work to tell a complete story, efficiently and effectively. Taught by U.V. bureau reporter for NBC5, JD Hawks, the workshop will be based on broadcast journalism principles, but can be applied to all types of shorter form documentary and […]

Event Series Teacher Student Critic

Teacher Student Critic

Minema Gallery 2 Lower Main St, Johnson, VT, United States

A conceptional group show of oil paintings, lumen photographs, and writings about relationships to one another by three Vermont artists: Victoria Zolonsky (teacher), Caroline Luftnus (student), and Mary Martin (critic). Reception on Sunday, January 14th from 2-3pm. Light refreshments will be served. All are welcome!


Painting the Town: Iconic Landmarks of Johnson, Vermont by Julie A. Davis

Minema Gallery 2 Lower Main St, Johnson, VT, United States

Julie A. Davis presents expressive oil paintings from her private collection depicting iconic images in and near the town of Johnson, Vermont. Johnson is home to a suite of beloved architecture, nestled against the Gihon River and home to the Vermont Studio Center artist retreat. A portion of artist proceeds will benefit the Johnson Flood […]