A Community Arts Organization Dedicated to Arts for Everyone
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.
JOIN RIVER ARTS IN A UNIQUE CELEBRATION OF CINCO DE MAYO!
Purchase Tickets here, from our Board members, or call us at 802-888-1261
Artisan Beer Tasting from Local Breweries
Lost Nation, Rock Art, Idletyme, Citizen Cider, Kis Kombucha• 6 oz River Arts glasses included and 6 tastes • Wine also available • Special beer/wine selections available for purchase
Mexican food by Jennifer Isabel of El Toro• Spanish Salad with Andalusian Dressing • Chips & Salsa • Enchiladas: choice of 2 (Beef, Chicken, Veggie or Cheese) with sides (Rice & Beans) • Dessert: Sopapillas • Non-alcoholic beverages will be available
Live Entertainment• Music • Pinata
Check out the fantastic lineup and register now on our Youth Programs page... River Arts Rock Camp - Ages 9-17 - June 27 - July 1, 9am-3pm, Parade Camp - Super Heroes Soaring - Ages 7-12 - Monday, June 27-Friday, July 1 9am-3pm (plus parade on Monday, July 4), Messy Arts - Creation Station - Ages 3-5 - July 5-July 8, Tuesday - Friday 9am-3pm (4-day camp), The Great Green Adventure / Plant Detectives - Ages 5-8 - July 18-22, Monday-Friday 9am-3pm, Bike & Jam - Ages 7-10 - July 18-22, Monday-Friday 9am-3pm), Hip Hop - Ages 9 and up - July 25-29, Monday-Friday 9am-12pm, The Mural Project 2016 - Ages 6-13 - August 1-5, 9am-3pm, Sk8 the Arts - Ages 7-14 - August 8-12, 9am-3pm - Location: Johnson Skate Park, Johnson, All the World’s A Stage - Girls Ages 7-10 - August 15-19, 9am-3pm.Read More
The Gallery at River Arts is celebrating its second annual group exhibition of River Works (in the Galleries May 5 – July 5, 2016). The River Arts Center’s name and location hold an emotional connection to Vermont rivers. Stewardship of environment in our community is vital. We see the bend in the Lamoille River at the Oxbow from the Center. Rivers are an important part of Lamoille County’s economic engine, with three locations for hydropower within three miles. Water is always moving. Change is constant. We invite artists to submit work speaking to RIVER – as it relates to movement and change. The River Arts Gallery Committee will review submissions on March 17th. Five artists will be selected, and notified by March 25th. Submission guidelines:Read More
- Artist’s statement – identifying relationship to rivers and/or environment
- CV – 1 page
- Images and/or video: