Thanks for jammin' with us!

This fall, we held a series of virtual "jam sessions," with many chances for creative Vermonters to mix it up with each other, network, brainstorm, discuss, and create a plan for the future of our sector.

We have no more events scheduled at this time, but there's lots of work ahead in the new year. Stay tuned, and we'll keep you posted on what comes next. Click on over to What We're Hearing to see what happened.


Jamboree Action Ideas and Resources

Our final event of the year was Jamboree! Nearly 150 people came together for a day of meet-up sessions, music, presentations, art work and action planning. We also heard from five great speakers about priority areas identified through this process and quick actions you can take right now. Explore below for some links and ways to dive into building a stronger creative sector. You can also explore this resource list with links shared by event participants.

VCN Zones
Link up with your local creatives for networking and support
Add yourself and your business to New England's Creative Ground directory
Become a stronger ally for equity and racial justice
Apply for Artist Development Funds to strengthen your practice
Build your skills with the Vermont Community Leadership Network
Better Places
Apply for funding for a local creative placemaking project
Get free or low-cost resources & business classes from CWE
Check out resources shared by Jamboree participants
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We will make every effort to provide accessibility accommodations for requests made two weeks before event dates. Closed captioning will be provided for Zoom events. Click "sign up" for information and available time slots.

Questions regarding accessibility should be addressed to Michele Bailey, 504/ADA coordinator, Vermont Arts Council, by way of or by calling 802.828.3294. Voice and relay calls welcome.

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