The White River Craft Center is a non profit in Randolph Vermont, focused on educational opportunities that involve art and hand craft
The White River Craft Center stands in solidarity with the Black
Lives Matter movement and all communities of color. We support our
community in the fight for equality and racial injustice. The time is
now for change, for difficult conversations, and for positive action.
We are in this together.
With the current public health crisis and social restrictions due to COVID-19, The White River Craft Center is postponing all in-person WRCC programming through the months of March and April.
Thank you to all of you who supported us as volunteers and occupants of the White River Craft Center such as the VT Department of Labor; the studios of artists Susannah Colby, Fern Strong, and the Friday Weavers; Restorative Justice; the Vermont Weavers Guild; and SAAP.
We appreciate all the help from the RUHS Interact Club, SAAP, Northfield Savings Bank, Gifford Medical Center, and the Frankenberg Agency for their sponsorship of our community lunches.
The White River Craft Center is seeking gallery sitters, servers for community meals, and new artists to exhibit and/or teach a class. To volunteer, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Randolph hosted a pop–up community art installation and virtual exhibition celebrating our creative community.
Spread the creative power of Art , Sow Hope for a better world and Dig In to make it happen! This project was initiated by community Art Enablers at The White River Craft Center, The Arts Bus, Chandler Art Gallery and the Randolph Elementary School.
All community members were invited to submit artwork either in person or online (or both!) responding to Earth Day and our resilience as a community. Among the participants are Randolph area students who have been creating diverse art as part of “ After The Storm … Rainbows” project, a global response by young people to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Arts Bus is launching Kits4Kids which will provide art supplies through public food distribution. Community submissions included creative responses to our time of social isolation for common good and concerns about the Earth. It is our collective responsibility to take care of each other and the creatures in our world. Let’s inspire one another to take action!
The White River Craft Center is a Non profit focused on educational opportunities that involve art and hand craft. We appreciate the support and generosity of our donors to make this mission possible. Please consider giving to White River Craft Center – your donation will be used to stimulate life long learning.
Gifford Medical Center
Northfield Savings Bank
Randolph Technical Career Center
The Freeman Foundation
The Preservation Trust of Vermont
The Town of Randolph
Upper Valley Community Foundation
Vermont Arts Council
Vermont Clay Studio
Vermont Community Foundation
Vermont Department of Health
Vermont Agency of Human Services
Vermont Department of Labor