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Vermont Made Podcast

Vermont Made podcast cover imageSharing the fruits of local talent from the Green Mountain State. In each episode of Vermont Made, one artist, craftsperson, designer, specialty food producer, or other Vermont creative shares the story behind one thing they've made. Produced by the Vermont Arts Council and hosted by Desmond Peeples.

Follow Vermont Made on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google PodcastsStitcher, and other popular podcast players (Pandora listing coming soon).

Thank you to Juniper Creative for the use of their original artwork in our cover image.









Latest Episodes

Vermont Made Episode 5Episode 5: Founding a Feminist Outdoor Apparel Brand with SheFly

The co-founders of SheFly share how they invented pants that make it easy for everyone to answer nature's call outdoors, and how they took their product from concept to prize-winning startup.

Download a transcript of this episode (PDF).

nullEpisode 4: Wearable Eco-Art with Tara Lynn Bridal

Eco-fashion designer Tara Lynn Scheidet shares how she brings nature to life on custom wedding gowns, and how she grew from a typical New York City fashion student to an eco-conscious couturier in the woods of Vermont.

This episode contains explicit language that is uncensored. Listen to a censored version here.

 Download a transcript of this episode (PDF).

nullEpisode 3: Finding the Shadow Self with Photographer Shanta Lee Gander

Shanta Lee Gander shares how she worked with local women to tap into the lesser-celebrated aspects of the sacred feminine for her photography series, Dark Goddess.

Download a transcript of this episode (PDF).


nullEpisode 2: The Art of the (Outside) Broadside with Kelly McMahon

Kelly McMahon of May Day Studio shares how she interprets poems into letterpress broadsides and discusses her recent collaboration with the Kent Museum to display a broadside outdoors in the summer of 2020.

Download a transcript of this episode (PDF).


nullEpisode 1: Black Theatre in King Arthur's Courtyard with JAG Productions

Jarvis Green shares how JAG Productions partnered with King Arthur Baking Company to revive live theater after a year of Covid closures with five weekends of Black theater presented outdoors on the King Arthur campus in Norwich.

Download a transcript of this episode (PDF).