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Original Stained Glass Windows
MCA Ballerinas 2016
Gaston's Barn
Summer Tea
Art by Drew Lalonde
Chandelier elegance
Artists work here
MCA Ballerina 2017
The crown of Main Street

The Montgomery Center for the Arts is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization located in the historic Kelton Hall, situated at the top of Main Street in Montgomery Center, VT.  The diverse board of local, volunteer members collaborates with the community to provide a culturally rich and welcoming Center that supports the Arts, Wellness, and Community, as well as the preservation of the iconic building. 


The Montgomery Center for the Arts is dedicated to enhancing the vitality of life in our local regional communities by providing a venue for a diversity of educational, cultural, artistic, and social experiences.


Doors are open for summer events...this month at the MCA...




“Altered Landscapes”
The collected art of painter

Wayne Alan Morse.



Curated by M Sebastian Araujo

Click HERE for more info.


Classes & Workshops

Children's Movement 

with Kathleen Scott

Adult Barre Ballet

with Kathleen Scott

Tai Chi Chih

with Wendy Howard

Folded Bark Basket Making

with Justin Sutera

Plein Air Painting

with Dennis Lucas

Click HERE for more information on these and future programs.


Call to Artists!

The MCA is hosting


This will be a free, non-juried, uncensored exhibition celebrating all forms of creativity, diversity, and imagination. Open to ALL!

Submission deadline September 17th. For more information on how to enter your work, click HERE.

Exhibit runs from October 6th-22nd.

Seeking Volunteers

THE MCA IS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER GALLERY DOCENTS! Saturdays & Sundays from 12-4 PM during our open season. If you are interested in donating your time, clear HERE to sign up.

Restoration of THE MCA

In 2021, the Board of Directors of the MCA started the Exterior Painting and Restoration Initiative to restore the historic windows and to have the exterior surfaces of the building stripped and repainted. Both features of the exterior are in desperate need of preservation due to the effects of weather and aging deterioration.

The foremost catalyst for spearheading this project came with the award of the Paul Bruhn Grant from the Preservation Trust of Vermont in the amount of $50,000. This exceptional grant allowed the Board to pursue contractors to achieve this first step in preservation of the iconic building.

The restoration process for the building began in Summer of 2022 with the contracting of Vermont Window Restoration of Winooski to remove the windows and transport them to their workshop for winter storage and repair of the sashes, lights, and grilles to a historically accurate and renewed condition.

As of September of 2023, the windows are slated for reinstallation this Autumn season. The reinstallation of the windows will be in cooperation with the contracted exterior painters of Peck's Painting of Newport, VT who will be executing the exterior stripping and repainting portion of the project. 

The Board of Directors is grateful for all donors large and small who have helped contribute to the restoration fund that has supported this endeavor. Most recently, we were thrilled to receive two more substantial contributions towards the success of this restoration effort:

-- a $4,000 Grant from the Windham Foundation of Grafton, VT --

-- a $10,000 pledge from Jay Peak Resort via the Flake Foundation --

It is from the generosity of these community-oriented businesses and organizations, and the donations from our patrons, that this project is achievable. With these contributions, and with the support of our community, the Board of the MCA strives to continue keeping the space open for public access to creative learning and enrichment, and to the restoration and preservation of the iconic building that sits at the pedestal of Main Street as an architectural icon of our Downtown. 

Preservation Trust of Vermont Logo
Windham Foundation Logo

Contribute to the restoration of the historic windows and repainting of the exterior.

For more information and photos of the Exterior Restoration and Preservation Initiative, click HERE.


Letter to the Public

The Board of the MCA has been working diligently to navigate ongoing projects, expenses, and opportunities for the organization, the building, and the community. Our efforts began 5 years ago and are progressing annually. We have composed the linked letter here to inform the public of the actions we are taking to meet our mission and serve our community. 

Click here to read an update on the status, progress, and plans for the MCA. 


Did you recently visit the Montgomery Center for the Arts? Did you have a memorable experience at an event? Did a class or workshop inspire you? Do you have a suggestion or feedback? Leave us a comment and let us know. 

Click HERE to share your thoughts...

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