Nature Inspired Art
Life imitates art!
Theatre performance of 'Love, Loss and What I Wore'
Opening Reception for MUD(Season) Exhibit
Concert with Jenni Johnson - Celebrating Women in Music
Concert with Matthew Odell
Valley Improv Night at the Grange Theatre
Painting with the Thompson Senior Center
Open Mic Nights
Mix, Mingle & Make
Sprout Out: The stories & art of Eric Carle
Guide to proper handwashing technique is here: Handwashing
Artistree/Purple Crayon is a non-profit committed to making creative expression and its appreciation accessible to our community.
Love, Loss and What I Wore is a play written by Nora and Delia Ephron based on the 1995 book of the same name by Ilene Beckerman. It is organized as a series of monologues and uses a rotating cast.
CANCELLED: Join ArtisTree’s Grange Theatre in its 2nd Annual 2 Days in May 10-Minute Festival this time with a new works playwriting element!
Thank you to all for staying connected and sending in your artwork from home! We greatly appreciate seeing the creativity!
Artistree's Daily Artists 2020 group is committed to working on their artwork every day throughout the year. These artworks have been created during the Covid-19 stay-at-home (stay-in-the-studio) period.
Get outside! Celebrate the beauty of summertime in Vermont with artworks created "en plein air" or inspired by the Great Outdoors
The staff at Artistree leads us through some creative ideas while in quarantine!
A mandala represents the universe, and the universe within; a personal mandala can be a focus of meditation and a source of understanding.
Send mail art to friends and family! Text, drawings, cut-outs, paintings, poetry - the only rule is, if you receive a piece of mail art, you should send a piece in return. And hopefully another piece after that to someone else. You can also send Artistree your Postal Art, we’d love to see what you come up with.