Upper Valley Arts Alliance

The Upper Valley Arts Alliance is an association of individuals and organizations whose mission is to support and promote the visual, literary, and performing arts in the Upper Connecticut Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont.

The Arts Alliance's Gateway is a comprehensive guide to what's happening in the vibrant world of Upper Valley arts. Meet individual artists, check out current and future events and activities, locate arts-related resources -- schools, businesses, libraries, foundations.



Upper Valley Arts Alliance

Artists, educators, arts organizations, arts-related businesses, and individual arts supporters - Join us in pursuing the Alliance’s mission. Here’s how you can do it:
Membership. Add your link to this website - put up a sample of your artwork or performance - post a notice of your events and activities, all for a small annual fee.
Advertise. Call attention to yourself or your organization by purchasing extra space.
Donate. Support the Alliance’s mission with a tax-exempt contribution.


Artists

Artists

News & Events

News & Events

Resources

Resources

Featured Artist's Profiles

Margaret Jacobs
Angie Follensbee-Hall
Dave Celone
Penny Koburger
Cindy Heath
Naomi Hartov
Michael Rozell
Peggy Brightman
Edward Fielding
Cj Stephens

Spotlight

Chandler Center for the Arts is a community-based arts organization in Randolph, Vermont, serving Central Vermont and the Upper Valley region with a year-round series of performances, art exhibits and educational opportunities in historic Chandler Music Hall and Gallery. Programming at Chandler Music Hall and Gallery is a carefully chosen mix of touring artists whose performances enrich the lives of people of all ages and incomes. Chandler proudly sponsors three popular annual festivals each year to include the Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival, Summer Pride Festival, the award winning New World Festival. Chandler also provides a home for the Film Society, which meets monthly to screen films with lectures by Rick Winston.

Activities for youth are a strong focus of Chandler’s work. A fully-staged Broadway musical involving nearly 150 youth from more than 20 schools in the region is produced annually over the July 4th weekend. Chandler has earned a regional reputation for its student technical theater program where students in grades 9-12 learn valuable technical theater skills that are put to use supporting the full season of performances. Chandler’s daytime performance series serves area students, homeschool families, and individuals. Our newest initiative is After School Arts, a program that invites local youth to attend ongoing arts enrichment classes.

Learn more about the Chandler Center for the Arts at www.chandler-arts.org.