Randolph, Vermont

Call to Artists

Call To Artists: 

Earth Day 2020 Exhibition: Inspiring Hope 

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the White River Craft Center is organizing a group exhibition honoring our planet through art. 

This show invites artwork inspired by the earth through materials, message, or subject.  All mediums and creative interpretations are encouraged!

Exhibition Dates:  April 1 – June, 1 2020

Deadline for submissions:  March 1

Directions for Submitting Artwork:

Submission materials: 

  • One to three images of your work in consideration of the theme of the exhibition
  • Images must come with an artwork list which includes title, medium, dimensions, year, price
  • Artist contact information, name, email address, phone number, mailing address
  • Artist statement 

Participation details: 

Artists will be informed of selected work by mid-March. All artwork must be ready to hang or install by time of drop off (March 16-20)

WRCC receives a 25% commission of any sale. Proceeds will benefit future programming.

How to Submit:

Please email your materials to: 


Materials can be mailed or delivered to:

White River Craft Center

50 Randolph Avenue

Randolph, VT 05060

*Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you would like your materials returned after review.


in the Gallery


Play of Light A solo exhibition by Janet Cathey

On View: February 14 - March 25
Opening reception: Friday, February 21 5-7PM
Gallery Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, 10-2PM

The White River Craft Center is pleased to announce Play of Light, by
Janet Cathey.

Explore the diversity of Cathey’s printmaking in this solo show, running
February 14th through March 25th, 2020. All are welcome to the Opening
reception on February 21, from 5-7pm at the White River Craft Center, a
free event with light fare.

Cathey’s work celebrates the simplicity and striking beauty of nature.
Through playful abstraction she creates depth and movement in each
print. Her contemplation of natural shapes results in a fresh, vibrant,

March Classes


Family Crafts - Rainbow Suncatchers

Saturday, March 7


This event is free but we appreciate any donations

Bring the family for an afternoon of crafting! Brighten your home with a rainbow suncatcher for St. Patrick’s day. Drop in between 12-2pm!

Sunday Music with O'hAnleigh

Sunday, March 15


Free, donations appreciated 

St. Patrick’s Day celebration at the Craft Center! Join us for this festive afternoon of music!

“The Irish music of O'hAnleigh will have you tapping your toes and raising your glass, awakening the true Irish in you. This group of Vermont Musicians bring the spirit of Ireland to New England, through classic tunes, literature brought to music and original songs.”


Monotype Workshop

Saturday, March 21


$90, Scholarships available

Register here: 


Teaching Artist: Janet Cathey, http://janetensia.wixsite.com/mysite

Never printed before? Monotypes are an excellent entry into printmaking.

Explore the possibilities of layering colors and shapes on prints, using stencils and more than one plate. Try scraping and drawing marks on the thin plexiglass plates we will use. Process over product will be emphasized.

Come and play! All inks and cleaning materials are non-toxic.

Community Lunch

Friday, March, 27 


By donation

Connect with your neighbors over a delicious meal!

Family Craft - Dreamcatchers

Saturday, March 28


$25 per family

Register here: 


Teaching artist: Erica Venuti

Have fun with your family by weaving a dreamcatcher with materials sustainably harvested from nature!

During this workshop you will learn about the origin of the dreamcatcher and the traditional methods and design.

Create your own unique piece and get creative with your friends and family!

April Classes


Introduction to Stained Glass

Saturday, April 4, 9-4PM

$90, materials included

Scholarships available

Teaching Artist: Dayna Sabatino, www.daybreaksglassvt.com

Register here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/95635697947

Join us for this one day intensive on the process of stained glass. The instructor will provide a large variety of patterns as well as a large selection of colorful glass. Students will spend their day moving through the techniques of selecting and cutting glass, copper foiling methods and soldering. Each student will make a piece to bring home and leave with the basic knowledge of the stained glass process. Your finished works will make a lovely gift or look beautiful in your window.


Pysanky Egg Painting

Sunday, April 5, 1-4PM


Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/95686170913

Teaching Artist: Jeanne Conde

Celebrate the return of spring with an introduction to Pysanky, a traditional Ukrainian egg painting technique. Make beautiful, multi-colored eggs that will become family treasures! 

Learn how to design, etch, and use wax resist to create your own unique relief image. Participants will also learn of the history of eggs at Easter time and will take home a kit to continue the craft! 


All Species Mask Making

Saturday, April 18, 1-4PM

By Donation, 

Pre-registration requested: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/95767576399

Teaching Artist: Janice Walrafen

Join us in making colorful wearable masks to Celebrate Earth Day!

Using easy to trace patterns or altering these patterns you will create your own animal mask from cardboard, poster board, fabric and paints.


Collaborative Glass Mosaic Workshop

Sunday, April 19, 10-4PM

$80, Scholarships available

Teaching Artist: Dayna Sabatino, www.daybreaksglassvt.com

Register here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/95682832929

For more information or to inquire about scholarships, contact info@whiterivercraftcenter.org

Learn the craft of glass mosaics in this day long class. With the guidance of stained glass and mosaic artist Dayna Sabatino, participants will learn to use glass cutting tools to design and create unique elements of a larger art piece to be installed on location at The White River Craft Center. A brief discussion on community art projects will benefit teachers interested in creating murals for schools or those interested in place-making efforts. The mosaic will be grouted after class hours and presented at the WRCC's Earth Day festivities on April 25th.

Community Lunch

Friday, April 24, 11:30-12:30PM

Earth Day Celebration

Saturday, April 25, 11-2PM


Parade, mask making, art exhibition, and more! Join us for an afternoon of honoring our planet and celebrating the earth with friends and family!


Earring Workshop - Natural Materials

Sunday, April 26, 1-3PM


Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/95768769969

Teaching Artist: Erica Venuti

This is an exploratory workshop using reclaimed copper and birchbark to make earrings. Basic methods of working with the materials will be taught. Tools will be available for use and materials will be provided. Bring your creativity. 

May Classes


Family Craft - Green Up Day!

Saturday, May 2 


Teaching Artist: Erica Venuti

Stop by during this drop in session and create a beautiful planter with recycled materials for a budding seed this green up day. Make a day of it and join the green up activities in town before or after!

Printmaking Collagraph Workshop

Saturday & Sunday, May 16 & 17



Teaching Artist: Janet Cathey, http://janetensia.wixsite.com/mysite

Our printing plates start as 10" X 10" pieces of matboard.  We will glue and emboss textured materials such as lace, sandpaper, thread, recycled papers, and more to these surfaces.  Each participant will create a supply of plates for multi-layered printmaking. We will experiment with staining some of our printing paper with acrylics before and after printing.  We'll roll ink onto our plates, decide how we will coax the elements of our plates into a cohesive design, and print!  Serendipity is embraced in this process.  Beginners welcome.  All inks and cleaning materials are non-toxic.

Community Lunch

Friday, May 29, 11:30-12:30PM