News & Events
The New Perennials Hub at Middlebury College includes students, departments and centers on campus, complemented by a Champlain Valley network of community partners in the creative and healing arts, education, agriculture, and sacred practices. These partners work with us in the classroom and on projects that deepen community roots, strengthen relationships with all of our neighbors and our storied landscapes, and build regional resilience.
Courageous Stage partners with the New Perennials Program at Middlebury College
The first Thriving Communities Project Grants were awarded to five teaching artists and artist teams across the state of Vermont. Courageous Stage's Lindsay Pontius and Craig Maravich are fortunate enough to be recognized in this elite group of teaching artists and change-makers. Over the course of 2019-2020, Courageous Stage created a place-making project with Bee the Change called "If I Say Bee" that addressed local challenges related to climate change. This project was also a part of the One World Festival of Arts and Imagination in July 2020.
Courageous Stage's Pontius and Maravich Awarded Thriving Communities Grant
Lindsay Pontius joins the Creative Arts Panel at All Soul’s Interfaith Gathering
Craig Maravich speaks to community building and perennial thinking as part of the New Perennials Partner Panel at Middlebury College
Doc Lyle Sol’s Deal of the Century rolls onto the Knoll at Middlebury College for culminating events of Perennial Harvest Days.
Courageous Stage is part of the Perennial Harvest Days
Hundreds of families, youth, teachers, and community members came to
Town Hall Theater to celebrate the official launch of Courageous Stage.
March 1, 2018