Never has the strength of our community been so evident as it is today at Woodstock Arts. Our organization has been on an unbelievably fast track for growth, through community partnerships, construction of new venues, new programming and more, with local support for the arts in Woodstock remaining the driving force. We are so grateful for the motivation inspired by our donors, sponsors and visionaries (volunteers), to keep going even as the world keeps trying to throw additional punches.
In the midst of rearranged lives and priorities, due to all we have powered through together over the past couple of years, our visionaries continue to give their time and talent to showcase the arts, which are so vital to our community. One who especially comes to mind is Rebeccah George, recently named Volunteer of the Year for 2021. She creates vibrancy at the Reeves House, Lantern Series and theater, whether she is working at the front of an event or behind the scenes on numerous teams with board or staff members. Rebeccah embodies the heart of our organization, inspiring and encouraging so many others to get involved with the arts in Woodstock!
We recognize that our passion for community engagement as an arts nonprofit only is achieved fully through the outstanding partners and individuals that make the arts such a force for good. Whether you give your time, financial resources, knowledge or staggering talents, we consider it a privilege to be inspired continually by you — our community!
Our mission statement at Woodstock Arts is to engage the community with relevant art experiences every day. We believe wholeheartedly in the unique ability of art to unite and connect people. Check out our upcoming productions, exhibits, events, classes and more at https://woodstockarts.org, including “A Chorus Line, High School Edition,” Feb. 4-13, and the latest Reeves House exhibit, “New Media: Art + Technology,” opening Feb. 17.
– Katie Caldwell serves as the president of the Woodstock Arts Board of Directors, and lives in the heart of downtown Woodstock.
Fundraising Gala Coming Soon!
A partnership with John Wieland and his team at JW Collection, through the Reeves House, has instigated a transformation in Woodstock Arts. It has provided not only a new venue, but also allowed an expansion of art disciplines, as well as opportunities for our community. Woodstock Arts is holding a fundraising gala on Feb. 26, presented by the JW Collection. We are honored by the support and collaboration, and look forward to celebrating together!