SPRING & SUMMER SESSIONS 2021:
SESSION 2 CLASSES: March 1 - April 4 (make-up week: April 5-11)
APRIL VACATION CAMPS: April 13 - 15
SESSION 3 CLASSES: April 19 - May 31 (make-up week: June 1 - 7)
SUMMER VACATION CAMPS: June 14 - August 20 (weekly)
SUMMER SESSION ADULT PROGRAMMING: June 14 - August 20
COVID-19 PROTOCOLS & POLICIES:
Our health and safety policies are in keeping with all state and federal recommendations and CDC guidelines for COVID-19. Prior to registering for a class, please read our policies: Click Here.
If you have any questions we welcome you to call Artistree at 802-457-3500.
IMPORTANT: The health and safety of our visitors and staff is our #1 priority. If, due to circumstances beyond our control, it becomes necessary for Artistree to close its doors any in-progress classes will move to an online format. Our instructors and patrons will keep in mind that a transition to virtual learning is a possibility. Artistree will issue no refunds or credits for classes that cannot continue to run in-person and must move to a virtual platform.
Artistree/Purple Crayon is a non-profit committed to making creative expression and its appreciation accessible to our community.
Join us for an outdoor concert with Jenni & the Junketeers in a special performance celebrating some of the most beloved divas of jazz and blues!
2021 Summer Concert Series
We want to see you shine!
Join ArtisTree’s Grange Theatre for our 3rd Annual 2 Days in May Playwriting Festival!
An on-going exhibit of works by our extended community of artists, created with the virtual or in-person guidance of our Outreach instructors.
Artistree Community Gallery presents our annual MUD (season) exhibit, with artwork by area artists in various media.
Artists, friends, and avid plein-air painters Rae Newell and Lynn VanNatta exhibit their paintings of New England sights and landscapes. April 23-May 22, 2021
Beginning February 1, the Daily Artists commit to making art each and every day of the year.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is crucial to minimize the risks of spreading the coronavirus. The following protocols are designed to maintain health and safety requirements and physical distancing directives while providing arts programming to our community.
The staff at Artistree leads us through some creative ideas while in quarantine!