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Palettes of Franklin County, Vermont

Robin Kent      Palettes of Vermont is a statewide community arts project designed to unite people and communities through the arts. The yearlong project provides 7000 maple palettes and over 7000 paper palettes to artists and communities and encourages exhibition of finished palette art from Memorial Day through Halloween. The collective exhibition of palettes during this time period promises to be the largest art show in history with venues in more than 300 cities, towns, villages and communities across Vermont including nine major events in Franklin County. The area exhibit schedule begins at the Vermont Maple Festival.

Main EventPalette
October 7
Call for Artists
Palling Around with Palettes
Petunia Palettes
Palette Party
World's Largest Palette Crew
World's Largest Palette Construction Details
World's Largest Palette, finished
Pavents (PAlette eVENTS):
    Art Gala and Auction
    Bay Day
    Celebrate St Albans
    Franklin County Field Days
    Green Mountain Chew Chew
    Open Studio Weekend
    Palette Popping Open Studio Tour
    Palette Palooza
    Railroad Days in St. Albans
    St Albans Park Sale
    Summer Sounds concerts in Highgate
    World's Largest Palette
       a record attempt at the Vermont Maple Festival
Palette Listings
Palette Party-the Final Auction
Palette Schedule
Palette Reservation Forms
AAC Art at the Maple Festival

Schakow       The World's Largest Palette is sponsored by the Peoples Trust Company, R. J. Fournier, Sticks and Stuff, and Union Bank. It is a project of the All Arts Council and St Albans for the Future. The statewide project is sponsored by Chittenden Bank, Casella Waste Systems, and National Endowment on the Arts, Times Argus, NRG Systems, VermontVacation.com, and Vermont Wood Manufacturers Association, with promotional support from the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing. The local project is sponsored by the All Arts Council and St Albans for the Future with considerable assistance from community partners including BFA-St. Albans, Rene J. Fournier Farm Equipment, Franklin County Regional Chamber of Commerce, New England Central Railroad, People's Trust Company, the St. Albans Historical Museum, Sticks & Stuff, and Union Bank.


All Arts Council of Franklin County

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Dick Harper, Chair
P.O. Box 1
Highgate Springs, VT 05460
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