Cambridge Arts Council: Celebrating Art & Community

The Cambridge Arts Council is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to organizing, sponsoring, and supporting performances and presentations of various forms of art and to develop appreciation and understanding of the arts in our community through arts education projects.

We receive funding from the Town of Cambridge as well as contributions from area businesses and individuals. We welcome donations of time, money and expertise in our quest to enrich our community through the arts.

The Cambridge Arts Council created, sponsors and organizes The Festival of The Arts. We also sponsor or co-sponsor the following events: Smugglers’ Notch Heritage Winterfest, 4th of July Celebration, Cambridge Book Club, Contra Dances, Poetry People, Cambridge Music Festival, and miscellaneous concerts and live entertainment events.

© Cambridge Arts Council
PO Box 436, Cambridge, VT 05444
802.644.1960

cambridgeartsvt@gmail.com

 

3 thoughts on “Cambridge Arts Council: Celebrating Art & Community

  1. Hello
    I am interested in being a vendor.I was referred by Christine Porter.I am a jewelry artist.Is there space still available ?If so could you email me the application? Thank so much!
    Nina Foster
    Trillium Finch

    • Hi Philip, It is not too late to register, just click on the Festival of the Arts page & scroll to the bottom to fill out the on-line registration form. I took the liberty of checking out your website (so you do not have to submit samples of your work) – we would be happy to have you at the festival.

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