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Arts Calendar: Class/Workshop/Camp in Central Vermont

The Vermont Arts Calendar is statewide, crowdsourced, and embeddable. Listings are free and seen by thousands of people throughout and beyond Vermont. The calendar is on the Council's website, and is shared by the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing as well as Vermont Public Radio. Find virtual and in-person events of every kind, and search by event category, region, and date.

Due to the frequency of event cancellations during the COVID-19 crisis, we cannot guarantee that in person events listed in our calendar are current. Please confirm with the listed venue before attending.

Have you listed an event in our arts calendar that has since been cancelled due to COVID-19? Please email Desmond Peeples, Content Manager, at dpeeplesREMOVETHISBEFORESENDING@vermontartscouncil.org to update your listing.

Date

Region

Category

Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Jan
12
2021
– THRU –
Feb
16
2021

Playing with Paper

Playing with Paper

Explore the many personalities of 140 lb watercolor paper. It is durable enough to absorb an onslaught of wet work and still make lovely greeting cards. It is thick enough to build three dimensional sculptures (which then love to be painted!) and thin enough to bend, fold and cut easily. It paints like a dream - liquid watercolors are stunning!

1/12/21 6:00pm - 2/16/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Jan
20
2021
– THRU –
Jan
27
2021

Introduction to Woodcarving: Snowman

Introduction to Woodcarving: Snowman

The term “whittling” evokes images of sitting on a front porch with a pocket knife whittling small figures. Imagine a lifetime hobby you can get started with needing only a small investment for a single knife and safety glove. With the COVID restrictions, the Governor has told us to stay home. So why not learn a new hobby!

Introduction to Woodcarving is a series of virtual sessions via Zoom where we will cover background information and the tools and techniques you need to get started. Prior to the class you will be provided with a kit consisting of a carving knife, safety glove to wear while carving and a precut snowman blank, along with a written step by step overview of what will be covered in the Zoom session. Participants will then apply the basic cuts to produce a simple carving. For further details and to register for the class visit www.makerspherevt.com

1/20/21 6:00pm - 1/27/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
13
2021
– THRU –
Feb
3
2021

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Art Medium: Pencil, oil pastel, charcoal Student Level: Beginner - Intermediate Student Age: 15 and up
Have you ever wanted to make art but didn’t know where to start or weren’t sure about different art materials? This workshop series explores various art techniques and media in a fun and relaxed way. We will create zentangles, abstract watercolor paintings, draw on the right side of the brain, and more.

1/13/21 5:30am - 2/3/21 7:00am

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
17
2021

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

These grades will be Makers. Working with cardboard, papier mache’, paint, paper, tape, toothpicks and the contents of your recycling bin. We will construct all kinds of fabulous projects sure to challenge and satisfy the wonderful imaginations of this age group! There will be plenty of drawing and painting as well.

1/6/21 3:30pm - 2/17/21 3:00pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Thursday, January 21, 2021
Jan
7
2021
– THRU –
Feb
18
2021

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

This age group will be drawing and painting non-stop to strengthen foundational work. Each student will be challenged to push the edges of their skills and take new art risks. We will work on individual compositions as we use the vast resources of the internet to explore art history, art styles and the impact of art at community level.

1/7/21 3:30pm - 2/18/21 3:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Sunday, January 24, 2021
Jan
17
2021
– THRU –
Feb
7
2021

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Art Medium: Pencil, oil pastel, charcoal Student Level: Beginner - Intermediate Student Age: 15 and up
Have you ever wanted to make art but didn’t know where to start or weren’t sure about different art materials?
This workshop series explores various art techniques and media in a fun and relaxed way. We will create zentangles, abstract watercolor paintings, draw on the right side of the brain, and more.

1/17/21 10:00am - 2/7/21 11:30am

virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Jan
12
2021
– THRU –
Feb
16
2021

Playing with Paper

Playing with Paper

Explore the many personalities of 140 lb watercolor paper. It is durable enough to absorb an onslaught of wet work and still make lovely greeting cards. It is thick enough to build three dimensional sculptures (which then love to be painted!) and thin enough to bend, fold and cut easily. It paints like a dream - liquid watercolors are stunning!

1/12/21 6:00pm - 2/16/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Wednesday, January 27, 2021
Jan
20
2021
– THRU –
Jan
27
2021

Introduction to Woodcarving: Snowman

Introduction to Woodcarving: Snowman

The term “whittling” evokes images of sitting on a front porch with a pocket knife whittling small figures. Imagine a lifetime hobby you can get started with needing only a small investment for a single knife and safety glove. With the COVID restrictions, the Governor has told us to stay home. So why not learn a new hobby!

Introduction to Woodcarving is a series of virtual sessions via Zoom where we will cover background information and the tools and techniques you need to get started. Prior to the class you will be provided with a kit consisting of a carving knife, safety glove to wear while carving and a precut snowman blank, along with a written step by step overview of what will be covered in the Zoom session. Participants will then apply the basic cuts to produce a simple carving. For further details and to register for the class visit www.makerspherevt.com

1/20/21 6:00pm - 1/27/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
13
2021
– THRU –
Feb
3
2021

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Art Medium: Pencil, oil pastel, charcoal Student Level: Beginner - Intermediate Student Age: 15 and up
Have you ever wanted to make art but didn’t know where to start or weren’t sure about different art materials? This workshop series explores various art techniques and media in a fun and relaxed way. We will create zentangles, abstract watercolor paintings, draw on the right side of the brain, and more.

1/13/21 5:30am - 2/3/21 7:00am

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
17
2021

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

These grades will be Makers. Working with cardboard, papier mache’, paint, paper, tape, toothpicks and the contents of your recycling bin. We will construct all kinds of fabulous projects sure to challenge and satisfy the wonderful imaginations of this age group! There will be plenty of drawing and painting as well.

1/6/21 3:30pm - 2/17/21 3:00pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Thursday, January 28, 2021
Jan
7
2021
– THRU –
Feb
18
2021

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

This age group will be drawing and painting non-stop to strengthen foundational work. Each student will be challenged to push the edges of their skills and take new art risks. We will work on individual compositions as we use the vast resources of the internet to explore art history, art styles and the impact of art at community level.

1/7/21 3:30pm - 2/18/21 3:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Sunday, January 31, 2021
Jan
17
2021
– THRU –
Feb
7
2021

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Art Medium: Pencil, oil pastel, charcoal Student Level: Beginner - Intermediate Student Age: 15 and up
Have you ever wanted to make art but didn’t know where to start or weren’t sure about different art materials?
This workshop series explores various art techniques and media in a fun and relaxed way. We will create zentangles, abstract watercolor paintings, draw on the right side of the brain, and more.

1/17/21 10:00am - 2/7/21 11:30am

virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Tuesday, February 2, 2021
Jan
12
2021
– THRU –
Feb
16
2021

Playing with Paper

Playing with Paper

Explore the many personalities of 140 lb watercolor paper. It is durable enough to absorb an onslaught of wet work and still make lovely greeting cards. It is thick enough to build three dimensional sculptures (which then love to be painted!) and thin enough to bend, fold and cut easily. It paints like a dream - liquid watercolors are stunning!

1/12/21 6:00pm - 2/16/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Wednesday, February 3, 2021
Jan
13
2021
– THRU –
Feb
3
2021

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Art Medium: Pencil, oil pastel, charcoal Student Level: Beginner - Intermediate Student Age: 15 and up
Have you ever wanted to make art but didn’t know where to start or weren’t sure about different art materials? This workshop series explores various art techniques and media in a fun and relaxed way. We will create zentangles, abstract watercolor paintings, draw on the right side of the brain, and more.

1/13/21 5:30am - 2/3/21 7:00am

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
17
2021

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

These grades will be Makers. Working with cardboard, papier mache’, paint, paper, tape, toothpicks and the contents of your recycling bin. We will construct all kinds of fabulous projects sure to challenge and satisfy the wonderful imaginations of this age group! There will be plenty of drawing and painting as well.

1/6/21 3:30pm - 2/17/21 3:00pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Thursday, February 4, 2021
Jan
7
2021
– THRU –
Feb
18
2021

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

This age group will be drawing and painting non-stop to strengthen foundational work. Each student will be challenged to push the edges of their skills and take new art risks. We will work on individual compositions as we use the vast resources of the internet to explore art history, art styles and the impact of art at community level.

1/7/21 3:30pm - 2/18/21 3:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Sunday, February 7, 2021
Jan
17
2021
– THRU –
Feb
7
2021

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Art Medium: Pencil, oil pastel, charcoal Student Level: Beginner - Intermediate Student Age: 15 and up
Have you ever wanted to make art but didn’t know where to start or weren’t sure about different art materials?
This workshop series explores various art techniques and media in a fun and relaxed way. We will create zentangles, abstract watercolor paintings, draw on the right side of the brain, and more.

1/17/21 10:00am - 2/7/21 11:30am

virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Tuesday, February 9, 2021
Jan
12
2021
– THRU –
Feb
16
2021

Playing with Paper

Playing with Paper

Explore the many personalities of 140 lb watercolor paper. It is durable enough to absorb an onslaught of wet work and still make lovely greeting cards. It is thick enough to build three dimensional sculptures (which then love to be painted!) and thin enough to bend, fold and cut easily. It paints like a dream - liquid watercolors are stunning!

1/12/21 6:00pm - 2/16/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Jan
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
17
2021

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

These grades will be Makers. Working with cardboard, papier mache’, paint, paper, tape, toothpicks and the contents of your recycling bin. We will construct all kinds of fabulous projects sure to challenge and satisfy the wonderful imaginations of this age group! There will be plenty of drawing and painting as well.

1/6/21 3:30pm - 2/17/21 3:00pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Thursday, February 11, 2021
Jan
7
2021
– THRU –
Feb
18
2021

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

This age group will be drawing and painting non-stop to strengthen foundational work. Each student will be challenged to push the edges of their skills and take new art risks. We will work on individual compositions as we use the vast resources of the internet to explore art history, art styles and the impact of art at community level.

1/7/21 3:30pm - 2/18/21 3:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Jan
12
2021
– THRU –
Feb
16
2021

Playing with Paper

Playing with Paper

Explore the many personalities of 140 lb watercolor paper. It is durable enough to absorb an onslaught of wet work and still make lovely greeting cards. It is thick enough to build three dimensional sculptures (which then love to be painted!) and thin enough to bend, fold and cut easily. It paints like a dream - liquid watercolors are stunning!

1/12/21 6:00pm - 2/16/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Jan
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
17
2021

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

These grades will be Makers. Working with cardboard, papier mache’, paint, paper, tape, toothpicks and the contents of your recycling bin. We will construct all kinds of fabulous projects sure to challenge and satisfy the wonderful imaginations of this age group! There will be plenty of drawing and painting as well.

1/6/21 3:30pm - 2/17/21 3:00pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Feb
17
2021
– THRU –
Mar
3
2021

Introduction to Woodcarving: Loon

Introduction to Woodcarving: Loon

We all enjoy the sound of a Loon calling on our favorite lake. This 1.5-Hour workshop originated as a means of introducing someone with little or no experience to wood carving. In three hours, you can have a simple carved and painted Folk Art style loon. The class starts with a precut blank, a review of basic carving tools, techniques and of course SAFETY.
The first Zoom session will be a demonstration of the step by step process of carving the loon. Following the first online session and any initial questions and answers, participants work on their own with the handout to get started carving the loon. Zoom session #2 is an opportunity to see how the project is progressing, answer individual questions and work out any problems. Zoom session #3 will focus on how to paint the loon. For further details and to register for the class visit www.makerspherevt.com

2/17/21 6:00pm - 3/3/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Thursday, February 18, 2021
Jan
7
2021
– THRU –
Feb
18
2021

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

This age group will be drawing and painting non-stop to strengthen foundational work. Each student will be challenged to push the edges of their skills and take new art risks. We will work on individual compositions as we use the vast resources of the internet to explore art history, art styles and the impact of art at community level.

1/7/21 3:30pm - 2/18/21 3:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Feb
17
2021
– THRU –
Mar
3
2021

Introduction to Woodcarving: Loon

Introduction to Woodcarving: Loon

We all enjoy the sound of a Loon calling on our favorite lake. This 1.5-Hour workshop originated as a means of introducing someone with little or no experience to wood carving. In three hours, you can have a simple carved and painted Folk Art style loon. The class starts with a precut blank, a review of basic carving tools, techniques and of course SAFETY.
The first Zoom session will be a demonstration of the step by step process of carving the loon. Following the first online session and any initial questions and answers, participants work on their own with the handout to get started carving the loon. Zoom session #2 is an opportunity to see how the project is progressing, answer individual questions and work out any problems. Zoom session #3 will focus on how to paint the loon. For further details and to register for the class visit www.makerspherevt.com

2/17/21 6:00pm - 3/3/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury