Frog Hollow is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the tradition of fine craftsmanship in Vermont. We support our Vermont artists in many ways: showing their work in our gallery on Church Street in Burlington, curating statewide traveling exhibits, providing professional opportunities for group exhibits, and offering presentations by master craftspeople.
We were founded in 1971, and throughout our history, we have provided educational programs for the community and helped support practicing artisans. In 1975 we were named the first state craft center in the nation.
Today we display and sell the work of over 100 Vermont artists in our gallery in downtown Burlington, Vermont, which boasts a unique collection of fine traditional and contemporary art and craft. We work statewide with a variety of organizations in arts education programming and the promotion of art and craft.
Despite our Vermont State Craft Center status, we receive no state funding. All of our financial support comes from gallery sales, our artisan community, and private donations.