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Northeast Kingdom Zone

Artist Naomi Bossom hangs art in Saint Johnsbury

Artist Naomi Bossom hangs art in Saint Johnsbury as part of St. J Art on the Street. Photo by Healther Alger.

About the Zone

Counties of Caledonia, Essex, and Orleans

Read the Northeast Kingdom Zone Brief from the CreateVT Action Plan. These briefs give an overview of the creative economy in each of Vermont's creative zones, including analysis of strengths, challenges, needs, and more. For more insights about Vermont's creative economy and a comprehensive vision for its future, read the full CreateVT Action Plan.

Creative Profile: The Bridal Seamstress: Tara Lynn Scheidet produced in spring 2020 by students in the University of Vermont's Department of Community Development and Applied Economics.

Looking for something to do? Check out our Arts Calendar for this zone.

Northeast Kingdom Creative Economy Action Plan

The Vermont Creative Network, in conjunction with the Vermont Arts Council and an advisory committee comprising Northeast Kingdom (NEK) arts and community leaders, has developed a creative economy action plan for the three-county region. Supported by grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Vermont Community Foundation, the recommended actions are designed to move the creative sector forward and raise community awareness of the power and potential of the creative economy.

Leadership Team

Zone agent: Jody Fried, Catamount Arts, St. Johnsbury,

Ceilidh Galloway-Kane, The Art House, Hardwick
Karen Geraghty, Northern Vermont Development Association, Newport
Robby Gilbert, Lyndon State College, Lyndonville
Bob Joly, St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, St. Johnsbury
Ed LeClair, Circus Smirkus, Greensboro
Mack Varnum, The Foundry, Lyndon Center