Gallery Walk is Brattleboro’s monthly celebration of the arts, happening on the first Friday of each month from 5:30 to 8:30 pm.
Founded in 1952 by artistic director Blanche Honegger Moyse, the Brattleboro Music Center is a unique, community-based organization, exceptional for the breadth and quality of its programs.
Discover the shops, eateries, galleries, and inns of historic downtown Wilmington.
Visit a collective of 14 professional artists residing around Newfane’s Rock River basin.
Master violin maker Douglas Cox brings the discipline and workmanship of his early training tempered with years of study of fine old instruments and extensive experience in tonal adjustment for the most demanding professional players.
This unique museum celebrates some of the finest local art legends of our time, as well as works by international art icons.
One of the most beloved and respected art museums in the world, Williamstown’s Clark Art Institute is known for its intimate galleries and stunning natural environment.
MASS MoCA exhibits work by many of the most important artists of today—both well known, and emerging—focusing on large-scale and complex installations that are impossible to realize in conventional museums.
Founded by The Very Hungry Caterpillar author and illustrator Eric Carle and his wife Barbara, The Carle is a delightful and educational place for adults and kids alike that fosters a love of art and reading.
Historic Deerfield Inc. is an outdoor history museum that focuses on the history and culture of the Connecticut River Valley and early New England, interpreting more than 300 years of stories that reflect the rich and diverse social, cultural and economic history of the region.