stowe arts and culture council presents
Stowe arts week 2019
From July 20 through July 29, this week-long celebration will bring together local artists, performers and art lovers to showcase Stowe’s rich arts community and deep connection to the arts. Events will take place all over town, encouraging patrons not only to appreciate and participate with Stowe’s culture and artists, but also interact with the community and experience the breathtaking landscape of Stowe.
This summer’s events kick off with an opening celebration of summer at Helen Day Art Center. That same evening, Spruce Peak Performing Arts presents Judy Collins in concert. Stowe Performing Arts features the Bumper Jacksons in the Trapp Family Meadow on Sunday, July 21.
Stowe Arts Week is hosted by the Stowe Arts and Culture Council, a group of Stowe community members, organizations, and business representatives who gather regularly to collaborate and plan to further the vibrancy and attractiveness of Stowe as an inspiring place to live and visit, with the promotion of Stowe as a global center for the arts at the core of its mission.
As this year’s calendar is being fine-tuned, we suggest you check the schedule from last year below. Many of the participants are included again this year. We hope to have a solid outline of this year’s events by the end of May. Thanks for checking, and come back soon!
Long known as the “Ski Capital of the East,” this summer Stowe was the epicenter of the arts when the Stowe Arts and Culture Council presented for the first time ever, Arts Week 2018, to celebrate Stowe's long history and involvement in the arts. A sincere "thank you" to all who participated in the many events of the week. We hope to make this an annual event, and will be working on Arts Week 2019 now. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to be invoived.
The Stowe Arts and Culture Council (SACC) is a group of Stowe community members, organizations, and business representatives who gather periodically to collaborate and plan to further the vibrancy and attractiveness of Stowe as an inspiring place to live and visit. It has developed into a group that promotes Stowe as a global center for the arts.