Bennington Museum is home to the largest collection of Grandma Moses paintings in the world. A selection of her works are always on view. With the museum’s introduction of “Creative Collisions,” visitors discover works by Grandma Moses side-by-side with galleries of Military History and Contemporary Art, while Gilded Age Vermont can be found in close proximity to […]
2019 Season Jun. 20–Jul. 6 Private Lives Jun. 11-27 Dig Aug. 1–17 Mrs. Christie Aug. 22–31 Slow Food
Concerts throughout the summer months featuring world-class musicians, including A Night at the Opera on Jul. 27 and an Orchestral Concert on Aug. 10. Each Sunday, Manchester Music Festival’s newest talent performs at the Young Artists Concerts. Jul. 11-Aug. 4 2019
Marble House Project is a multi-disciplinary artist residency program that fosters collaboration and the exchange of ideas by providing an environment for artists across disciplines to live and work side by side. With a focus on conservation of natural resources, integration of small-scale organic food production, and the arts, residents sustain their growth by cultivating […]
The Southern Vermont Arts Center is the place to get away and take an arts break. Whether you come for an afternoon of lunch and a gallery stroll, an evening performance, or to learn a new skill, the arts center provides you with a recharge for your day or even, perhaps, your life. The arts center hosts workshops for visual […]
Head to the mountains for outdoor concerts throughout the summer. Look for names in a variety of genres to headline Stratton’s main stage under the stars. A full schedule can be found online.
The Gristmill of East Arlington, Vermont was built in 1764 by Remember Baker, who was first cousins with Ethan Allen & Seth Warner. The three cousins formed “The Green Mountain Boys.” They were the leaders of the Revolutionary War in Vermont, and THE MILL served as a meeting place for them. THE MILL is now […]
Established in 1971, Tilting at Windmills Gallery has a world of fine art housed in its spacious, comfortable, and conveniently located facility. Originals of all mediums are available by local, national, and international artists. These museum-quality works are beautifully presented in award-winning creative framing. The artwork represented in a rich tapestry of color, creativity, imagination, and diversity is truly outstanding.
2019 Season Jun. 13– 30 The Phantom Tollbooth Jun. 20–Jul. 13 The Fantasticks Jul. 4– 21 I And You Jul. 18–Aug. 10 Oklahoma Aug. 1–24 Always… Patsy Cline Aug. 15–Sep. 1 Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Sep. 26–Oct. 20 Indecent