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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Printmaking Demo and Talk with Dan Welden

Mitchell-Giddings Fine Arts 181-183 Main Street, Brattleboro, VT, United States

Have fun and learn with the best! All are welcome... Dan Welden, master printmaker, painter, educator, and inventor of the solarplate etching process, has been making and teaching printmaking for more than 60 years and often collaborates with artists to explore their own personal imagery and narrative through printmaking. In conjunction with his current exhibition […]

Free

Beginning Spinning from Spindle to Wheel

Six Loose Ladies Yarn and Fiber 287 Main Street, Chester

Have you ever wanted to make your own yarn? Now is your chance! Come learn to make your own yarn on a drop spindle and/or spinning wheel. Over three hours students will learn how to spin on a spinning wheel and drop spindle, how to choose materials to spin, how to ply singles together, and […]

$50 – $85

Making Art Yarn with Patty Williams

Six Loose Ladies Yarn and Fiber 287 Main Street, Chester

Have you ever wanted to add more texture, color and character to your projects? Art yarn is a fantastic way to do just that. Come learn how to make self-stripping yarns, thick and thin yarns, yarns that sparkle, have ribbon, tweed or fun loops. Bring your working spinning wheel and a creative mind because in […]

$50 – $85

Learning to Work with Clay: Handbuilding for Ages 9-13

Marlboro Studio School Potash Hill - South Road, Marlboro

This 4-week class is for students who are excited to develop their skills in clay. We will learn how to build containers, vessels, and small sculptures using a variety of techniques, and our goal will be to expand the possibilities for students who love making things with their hands! We will move along and a […]

Event Series Botanical Contact Printing

Botanical Contact Printing

Marlboro Studio School Potash Hill - South Road, Marlboro

This weekend workshop will cover all the essential steps and recipes needed to create a permanent botanical contact print on fabric. Stemming from centuries-old natural dyeing techniques, botanical contact printing (also known as eco-printing) is a process of activating tannins and pigments found in plants and transferring them, by way of steam, to another natural […]

In Conversation with Dark Goddess: Sacroprofanity An Interactive Workshop with the Artists, Shanta Lee & Damon Honeycutt

Bennington Museum 75 Main Street, Bennington, United States

DARK GODDESS: SACROPROFANITY (VOLUME III IN THE DARK GODDESS SERIES) On View: April 27 - August 11, 2024 Workshop Details: Who decides identity? When does it become sacred? When does it become profane? Examine these questions and more with the artists and co-curators of DARK GODDESS: SACROPROFANITY. Respond in your own creative way. LOCATION:  Bennington Museum, 75 […]

FREE

Introduction to Ceramics for All

Marlboro Studio School Potash Hill - South Road, Marlboro

This 8 week class is the perfect place to begin your study of clay, or to refresh your skills if you haven’t been in the studio for a while. We will start at the beginning and learn primary handbuilding techniques and then we will elaborate on those as the class proceeds. We will spend a […]

Pouring Vessels: Wheel Throwing & Hand Building

Marlboro Studio School Potash Hill - South Road, Marlboro

This course will focus on a variety of methods to create pouring vessels, using both handbuilding and wheel-throwing techniques. Instruction will cover both skill sets, allowing students to work in whatever way suits them. Creamers, ewers, pitchers, coffee pots, and teapots will be explored. This will be a chance to dive into the variety of […]