South-Central Vermont Arts
Farrow Gallery and Studios - Welcome to the Gallery and Studios of nationally recognized sculptor Patrick V. Farrow presenting original work by Mr. Farrow and a select group of Vermont's finest artists displayed in a spectacular century-old, converted church located in the historic village of Castleton, Vermont.
Paramount Theatre - Throughout the year, audiences embraced the theatre and the blend of diverse offerings presented within its shimmering elegance. Rutland.
Shackleton Furniture & Thomas Pottery - Located in the old woolen mill in Bridgewater.
Springfield Art & Historic Center and Miller Art Center - Located in a 19th century mansion overlooking Springfield, the Springfield Art & Historic Center and Miller Art Center houses a museum and gallery and features exhibits (primitive portraits, pewter, Bennington pottery, Joel Ellis dolls, locally made toys, etc.), work by local artists, educational programs and more. Springfield.
The Stephen Huneck Gallery - Stephen Huneck is an internationally acclaimed Vermont artist and sculptor, known for his children's books, Dog Chapel, playful hand-carved furniture, sculpture and woodcut prints. Woodstock.
Todd Gallery - Featuring limited edition prints of watercolor paintings by gallery owner Robert E. Todd, abstract serigraphs by Edward Landon and a selection of original work by gallery artists. Weston.
Warren Kimble Gallery and Shops - Warren Kimble has become nationally known for artwork and home decor products that convey a sense of warmth and history, as well as sophistication and craftsmanship, to a wide range of audiences. Brandon.
The Weston Playhouse - In 1935, while Franklin D. Roosevelt was coping with the Great Depression, Weston-born architect Raymond Austin was putting the finishing touches on a playhouse that one New York critic would later call "the most beautiful theatre in New England." Weston.
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