Bryan Memorial Gallery is a Vermont’s primary showcase for landscape art. Established in 1984 by Alden Bryan in memory of his wife, Mary Bryan, the gallery offers a year round schedule of exhibitions, programs, classes, workshops and discussions about the visual arts.
Since its inception in 1996, the Cambridge Arts Council, led by community volunteers, has promoted the visual and performing arts in Cambridge and the surrounding area. We are proud of our past accomplishments and look forward to many more years devoted to bringing a diverse palette of arts to the community. With generous support from […]
Orah Moore owns and operates Haymaker Card & Gift Gallery and My Place Boutique in Morrisville, Vermont. Haymaker Press, publishing her photographic images as greeting cards, posters, matted and framed images, and now books. My Place Boutique has hats, bags, scarves, silk wraps, tops, seasonal jackets, necklaces, earrings, amber, silver, pins, pottery and more. She is also a […]
As community members, we take a common sense approach in realizing the value of a dollar by providing fun family entertainment and promoting agriculture at a cost affordable to everyone.”Lamoille County Field Days strives to keep a time honored tradition and family event we are proud of”.
The Lamoille County Players is a non profit organization dedicated to promoting the arts by providing high quality and affordable theater experiences for Lamoille County’s residents and visitors, providing a supportive, educational and fun atmosphere for cast and crew members, and facilitating the use and maintenance of the historic Hyde Park Opera House as a […]
The Morristown Alliance for Culture and Commerce mission is to help ensure a strong and viable downtown, north-end commercial district and riverfront. MACC serves the community by building upon our historic past, recognizing our existing assets and utilizing local knowledge, skills and resources.
Morristown Historical Society’s Noyes House Museum preserves and exhibits 19th and early 20th century life in Morrisville, VT. Explore historic rooms and changing exhibits in one of Morrisville’s first homes. The museum’s collection includes furniture, tools, textiles, military objects, clothing, photographs, pottery, folk and fine art.
“There is an undeniable campy appeal to his ruminations” – Seven Days (Vermont’s Arts and Entertainment weekly) “With his clever lyrics and endless enthusiasm, it’s no surprise how easily he wins an audience” – Elizabeth Moison, author of Master of the Sweet Trade (A Story of Pirate Sam Bellamy, Mariah Hallet, and the Whydah) Ahoy! […]
Catherine Aranda-Learned, owner of and principle photographer at Vermont Artistry, knew from an early age that the camera was her lifelong love. She was given her first Brownie camera at age ten and was a ‘Kids Who Say the Darndest Things’ kids on the Art Linkletter show so it is not far-fetched to say her […]
Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum creates visually stimulating, historically in-depth exhibits that fulfill the mission to collect, preserve and celebrate Vermont’s skiing and snowboarding history.
By choosing Von Bargens for your important jewelry purchases, you are supporting a family owned and operated, independent jewelry business that believes in and has built a business on the importance of beauty and art in our lives.