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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Event Series Pattern Relief Carving

Pattern Relief Carving

HatchSpace 22 High Street, Third Floor, Brattleboro

Learn. Students will explore the applications of decorative pattern carving traditions and motifs as they create their own hand carved designs. First, students will learn carving patterns using gouges and v-chisels. Then, they can choose how they’d like to apply their carvings, whether they take shape on serving boards, charcuterie boards, or hanging panels that […]

$408 – $480
Event Series Turn A Three-Legged Stool

Turn A Three-Legged Stool

HatchSpace 22 High Street, Third Floor, Brattleboro

Turning experience is not required but is a plus! Learn. In this two-weekend, four-day day turning intensive, you will discover the wonders of: Spindle Turning Faceplate Turning Lathe Basics Tool Sharpening Jig Building Drilling Splayed Angles Drilling Wedged Tenons Flush Trimming Tenons Sanding and Finishing Techniques Make. At the end of this class every student […]

$680 – $800

BIPOC Maker Nights: An Affinity Space

HatchSpace 22 High Street, Third Floor, Brattleboro

Co-hosted with The Root Social Justice Center, our BIPOC Affinity Spaces are an opportunity for anyone who identifies as Black, Indigenous, and a Person of Color to come find and create community around woodworking. Come bring a project to repair, to make and to share! Every Monday from 5:30 to 8:30pm unless otherwise noted. HatchSpace […]

Free

The Basics of Box Making: An Introduction to Joinery

HatchSpace 22 High Street, Third Floor, Brattleboro

Learn. Students will be introduced to joinery techniques using machines and hand tools to explore joints like the box joint and the rabbet, dovetails and advanced miter techniques like splining and ornamental pinning. We will dive into fitting of lids and bases, gluing techniques, and finishing. We will also discuss some basic design principles such […]

$440 – $515

Beginner Spoon Carving

HatchSpace 22 High Street, Third Floor, Brattleboro

Learn to carve a spoon from a tree. This class will focus on gaining skills with two main tools of spoon carving – the sloyd (straight) knife and the hook knife. We will explore wood grain, learn different strokes and maintenance with each knife, and learn how to care for your body while carving. Students […]

$165 – $195

Introduction to Kumiko: Asa-No-Ha Pattern

HatchSpace 22 High Street, Third Floor, Brattleboro

Learn. Originating in Japan more than a millennium ago, Kumiko is an intricate form of lattice work that draws inspiration from the natural world and uses geometry and angles to reveal forms of nature. Examples of these patterns resemble cherry blossoms or hemp leaves. This course is entirely hand tool-based. Students should be comfortable with […]

$220 – $250

Build a Modern Record Console with Philip Morley

HatchSpace 22 High Street, Third Floor, Brattleboro

Join this amazing 7 day class to learn valuable woodworking techniques from furniture maker and instructor Philip Morley as you craft your own gorgeous record cabinet with a tambour door. In this class, you will work with solid wood, plywood and commercial veneer to create this sleek and elegant cabinet designed by Philip. He will […]

$1360 – $1600

Beginner Spoon Carving

HatchSpace 22 High Street, Third Floor, Brattleboro

No woodworking experience required. Learn to carve a spoon from a tree. This class will focus on gaining skills with two main tools of spoon carving – the sloyd (straight) knife and the hook knife. We will explore wood grain, learn different strokes and maintenance with each knife, and learn how to care for your […]

$165 – $195
Event Series Winooski Wednesdays

Winooski Wednesdays

Rotary Park 45 Parkside Terrace, Barre

Winooski Wednesdays are BACK in 2024 and bigger than ever. Not only are we bringing back a local marketplace of vendors, but you’ll also find live music, free food, and activities for party-goers of all ages. It’s the most poppin’ block party in Winooski and we can’t wait to see you there! Festivities include: - […]

Free
Event Series Make a Post and Rung Stool

Make a Post and Rung Stool

HatchSpace 22 High Street, Third Floor, Brattleboro

No woodworking experience required. In this class, you’ll learn how to make a stool from a tree! Learn. The mechanics of this stool – post and rung joinery – were popularized by Appalachian chairmakers whose unglued work still holds tightly together hundreds of years later. We’ll aim for that! The class will start with a […]

$745 – $875

Rosie’s Girls Woodworking Camp

HatchSpace 22 High Street, Third Floor, Brattleboro

During this STEAM, trades, and career exploration day camp, girls and gender-expansive youth will gain first-hand experience with carpentry tools in a professional work environment. Through hands-on projects campers will learn to make wood toolboxes, picture frames and a step stool - all while gaining valuable skills, making new friends, and discovering new opportunities to […]

BIPOC Maker Nights: An Affinity Space

HatchSpace 22 High Street, Third Floor, Brattleboro

Co-hosted with The Root Social Justice Center, our BIPOC Affinity Spaces are an opportunity for anyone who identifies as Black, Indigenous, and a Person of Color to come find and create community around woodworking. Come bring a project to repair, to make and to share! Every Monday from 5:30 to 8:30pm unless otherwise noted. HatchSpace […]

Free