Brattleboro Community Television
Brattleboro Community Television is a community media center serving eight towns in southern Windham County, Vermont. Their mission is to promote civic engagement and transparency, and to empower community members to share their knowledge, views, and creativity.
Brattleboro Music Center
Since 1976, the Brattleboro Music Center’s Music School has been sharing the gift of music. Today, with over 400 students, 30 dedicated and talented faculty members, and music instruction in 15 instruments and voice, the Music School continues to be at the heart of music in our community.
Brattleboro School of Dance was founded in 1976 to provide a wide variety of classes for both adults and children, and it has become a high-quality dance center that trains technically strong and artistically versatile dancers. Performances include ballets and professionally produced dance concerts, recitals every spring, and Nutcracker performances over the holiday season.
The practice of CircusYoga connects and empowers families and communities through creative expression, embodied play, and co-authored culture. Artfully designed to engage all ages, CircusYoga blends the consciousness of yoga with the celebration of circus, reconnecting us all to our “human art of play.”
Express Fluency is the fastest, most effective, (and most fun) way to learn a language. Our courses are designed to resemble how we acquired our first language. The latest research tells us that the same principle is true for learning a second language. That’s why Express Fluency can deliver language proficiency quickly and effortlessly.
The In-Sight Photography Project offers students a creative voice and outlet, an opportunity to experience success, tools for self-awareness and self-worth, and encourages them to become actively engaged in their communities. In-Sight teaches photography to youth ages 11-18 throughout Southern Vermont, regardless of their ability to pay.
Marlboro offers a variety of programs geared for teens, providing opportunities for promising students to engage in higher-level thinking and communicating. Motivated high school juniors, seniors, or homeschool equivalent are eligible to take a class at Marlboro College at no cost. Vermont residents who are high school juniors or seniors may be eligible to take 2 additional courses at Marlboro College at no cost through the VT Dual Enrollment Program.
New England Center for the Circus Arts
Necca was founded in 2007 to offer people of all ages and abilities a unique opportunity to experience the magical and captivating world of circus arts. Recreational and professional students alike can explore the charms and challenges of circus arts and gain a solid foundation of techniques and skills across a broad spectrum of traditional circus forms.
New England Youth Theatre
Founded in 1998, NEYT offers an acting training program for young people ages 6 to 19 with a combination of classroom and performance work for beginning and advanced students. Classes are small in size and taught by a professional faculty. Financial aid is available through our Angels in the Wings program.
River Gallery School
Founded in 1976, RGS offers classes, community workshops, and summer and school vacation programs for students of all ages. Our core faculty members are all professional working artists, and teach a wide range of visual media.
Vermont Jazz Center
The Vermont Jazz Center is dedicated to creating and preserving jazz through the presentation of workshops, concerts, and instruction to a broad constituency of artists, students, and the general public. The educational program continues engaging people of all ages in the joyful appreciation of jazz.
Vermont Wilderness School
Vermont Wilderness School is a community non-profit organization that offers powerful nature-based mentoring programs for children and adults. Vermont Wilderness School youth programs provide immersive experiences in the natural world and build confidence, self-sufficiency, and aliveness in each child.