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Welcome to Spruce Peak Arts!

We turn to the arts to get through difficult times and Spruce Peak Arts is working creatively to re-imagine our event and outreach activities to reach you where you are.  Please join us!

 

 

Winter Concert Series – The Spruce Peak Arts Winter Concert series brings five live performances back to Stowe! The series includes options for limited, safe, in-person attendance, as well as livestreaming. Tickets: $25 for in-person attendance , $15 for a livestream ticket.

The Spruce Peak Arts Winter Concert Series features a mix of limited in-person seating and live-streaming of events, to ensure the health and safety of our patrons and community. Protocols include mask-wearing, social distancing standards, reduced seating capacity, hand sanitizing, health checks, and extensive cleaning protocols. 

Ali McGuirk – Saturday, January 23, 7pm
Bow Thayer – Saturday, February 20, 7pm
Beg, Steal or Borrow – Saturday, March 20, 7pm

Theatre Birthday Parties – online and off  – During the strictest days of quarantine Spruce Peak Arts provided Zoom Theatre Birthday Parties for dozens of families.  As restrictions ease, families now have a choice – online or off!  For groups of up to 10 children in person birthday parties are now available on the Spruce Peak Arts stage.

“Spruce Peak Arts was amazing to work with start to finish on the Zoom Birthday party. The end product was so fun to watch and a great keepsake. Thanks for an awesome quarantine birthday!”
– Pamela Holden (Fairfield, Connecticut)

Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society – Set the Stage Campaign for Season 3  – ‘’Music brings unity and healing to everyone involved… now is the time to act and move as artists.” –  Artistic Director Jia Kim

Although much is unknown about when and how we’ll be able to gather in person, we’re thrilled to share initial plans for Season 3! Artistic Director Jia Kim is planning 3 week-long residencies, each featuring some of our favorite artists from the past 2 seasons. The advisory committee is meeting in January, hoping to set dates for the season at that time. We’ll keep you posted!

In the meantime, we are inviting YOU to join the “Set the Stage” Campaign for Season 3. Your membership will help us reach an ambitious goal of $45,000 to fully fund the upcoming season. Please, join us! 

Looking Outward Gallery Exhibition – Spruce Peak Arts reopens the Art Gallery for the first time since the Covid 19 pandemic with a group exhibition Looking Outward. The exhibition opens with outdoor sculpture and banners as well as two video installations and poetry viewable from the outdoors. In addition, mixed media works, photography and sculpture will be lit in the windows to view while visiting Spruce Peak. The exhibition features the work of artists: Trevor Corp, Robert Gold, Dominique Gustin, Harlan Mack, Rob Hitzig and Sean Clute & Otto Muller of the Rural Noise Ensemble. This exhibition is in participation of 2020 Vision: Reflecting on a World-Changing Year, a statewide initiative of the Vermont Curators Group.

Online Gallery ExhibitionVisit our Art of Sound Gallery Exhibition  in participation with the Vermont Curators Group 2020 Vision: Seeing the World Through Technology, hosted by the Curators Sarah Holden Briggs and Sarah Laursen at Middlebury College at VermontArtOnline.org. Read an article by Pamela Polston about this online exhibition and educational initiative in SevenDays here.

“The exhibit really pushes boundaries and opens conversation about technology, innovation and culture in Vermont.”
– Gillian Sewake, Project Manager for 2020 Vision (St. Johnsbury, Vermont)

And, while you enjoy, please consider supporting the arts.  Despite the changes we’ve had to make because of the COVID-19 crisis, with your support, we will continue to fulfill our mission to provide arts experiences to inspire, educate, and entertain all!  Please, donate today!