3CVT Gathering

Cornerstone Creative Community of Vermont (3CVT) is a committee of volunteers working within the east-central Vermont creative economy and is hosting its first public gathering on Sunday, October 1st, beginning at 12:00pm. The Sable Project's founder and executive director Otto Pierce is on 3CVT's committee and is excited to share with and welcome VDA's community to this event.

If you are working in the creative sector within the region or in any connecting communities, 3CVT invites you to this premium grassroots networking opportunity. The program is designed to bring you valuable information and the possibility of working with us on our next steps in branding and promoting our dynamic communities. If you consider yourself to be a creative working directly in the arts, food, publishing, film, IT or design world, you name it...You want to be at this meeting!

The 3CVT gathering will be followed by the exciting opportunity to see a performance of “The Surrealist Cabaret” by the Royal Frog Ballet in this outstanding and iconic Vermont farm setting enhanced by the onset of the fall foliage splendor. All you hard-working Vermonters, take this afternoon to recharge your batteries in the hills and fields and come to know your creative neighbors. Performance begins at 5:00 PM and concludes at sunset. Fable Farm wines and beers, and their good community Stone Soup and bread will be available prior to the performance.

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Sable Arts Projects, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to fostering environmental stewardship, healthy food, and a forum for the practice, development, creation, and sharing of arts in rural Vermont and beyond. The Sable Project Residency Program brings emerging artists of different backgrounds together to live and work on the land, off the grid, to produce food and art.

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Sable Arts Projects, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to fostering environmental stewardship, healthy food, and a forum for the practice, development, creation, and sharing of arts in rural Vermont and beyond. The Sable Project Residency Program brings emerging artists of different backgrounds together to live and work on the land, off the grid, to produce food and art.

When

October 1, 2017
12:00–5:00 PM

Cost

Donations in the range of $25 to $50 are suggested. All are welcome and no-one will be turned away because of lack of funds.

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Published September 26, 2017