Welcome to Seminary Art Center!
We are located in the heart of Vermont, in the historic Green Mountain Seminary Building in Waterbury Center. In this beautifully lighted space we offer ongoing classes for both children and adults, and unique learning opportunities including summer camps and workshops. Our Gallery features art shows by Vermont artists, and offers a wonderful space for art themed parties. Please explore our site to find out more, or contact us at:
Seminary Artist Cooperative will participate in the upcoming
ArtWalk & Studio Tour!
Thursday, February 4th from 5:30p - 7:30p
with an all artist meet/greet at 7:45p at the Stowe Street Café!
Stroll through historic Waterbury while enjoying the best of the local arts scene. Our work will be at Axel's on Stowe Street!
self guided, 1-mile tour will give you the opportunity to win a piece
of art, seeing firsthand how our Waterbury artists play a vital role in
our community while meeting your artist neighbors, seeing their working
studios and getting a glimpse of how they work. Register to win a private pottery lesson with Mame McKee.
Look for the lantern! Each of the 11 locations will be designated with a River of Lights lantern.
Map and more can be found here!
We are DELIGHTED to welcome Lauren Treftz to our instructor staff! Many area children will remember working with Lauren when she was an intern with Ms. Monley. She is a potter in our studio and recently began working with our Tuesday Clay Kids. We are delighted she will be teaching the upcoming Children's Drawing course!
After School Children's Drawing began January 29th as part of our ongoing Community Sponsored Art Enrichment programs. The next one will begin March 4th. Check this out!
- For Adults:
Our next Ongoing session begins March 1, 2016.
Next Intro to Clay starts Wednesday March 23, 2016. You know you have always wanted to!!
If you have Clay experience or have not but are eager, check this Adult course schedule.
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