Find my workshops at these Artisan Craft schools throughout Vermont and Maine

Artascope at bec is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that raises money for its experiential education programs by offering art classes and studio memberships in Yarmouth.

Our mission is to bring more fun, laughter, and creativity into the world. We offer classes and events designed to help you unleash your imagination in a variety of fun and easy ways. You can learn in a relaxed, supportive environment with a choice of 6-week Artist Series, One-Day Sunday Workshops, and Private Lessons. We offer gift certificates for studio membership and classes.

Since 1945, Shelburne Craft School has been offering hands-on education in artisanal crafts—helping individuals experience the joys of making, while cultivating confidence, character, and community.

Our community arts center provides the opportunity for a joyful, meaningful, and satisfying experience of the visual arts, movement, theatre and music through our year-round classes, workshops, performances, gallery exhibits and events. We encourage our local community members of all ages and abilities to participate in a wide variety of art processes. Our offerings are designed to nurture each person's inherent creative capacities and raise the possibility of art as a vital force in an individual's overall growth and expressive abilities.

Established in 1783, Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village in New Gloucester is home to the only active Shaker Community in the world today. Situated on 1,800 acres of farm and forest land with seventeen historic structures from the 1780s through the 1950s, the Village continues to be a place where, we, the Shakers, live, work, and worship. “Put your hands to work, and give your hearts to God” continues to be our guiding principle, as expressed by our leader Mother Ann Lee more than 230 years ago.

Best-known today for popular styles of 19th century furniture and crafts, the Shaker legacy includes many achievements in social reform, agriculture, technology, and innovation. The flat broom, the circular saw blade, the spring clothespin, chair tilter buttons, and the paper seed envelope are all among a long list of Shaker inventions. We welcome visitors to experience parts of our history and on-going heritage through our museum, research library, traditional craft workshops, concerts, educational programs, membership support group, and our Sunday worship services.

Empowering individuals through transformative art experiences

Grass Roots Art and Community Effort (GRACE) is focused on empowering individuals through transformative art experiences, which lead to creative growth and self-discovery.  At the core of GRACE is a commitment to unite diverse communities through the process of art making and exhibitions.

River Arts- Morrisville, Vermont

River Arts is a community arts organization based in Morrisville, Vermont. A gathering place where people of all ages, backgrounds, and talents explore their creativity, River Arts brings art to everyone.