Cushman Design Group Founder and President Milford Cushman led an engaging and educational walking tour around the VSC Campus in Johnson, Vermont, as part of the 35th Anniversary celebration weekend in early June. The tour began in the Red Mill Gallery, where a multimedia exhibit documented and commemorated VSC’s built environment over the past 35 years, from the time of VSC’s founding in 1984—and featured renderings of renovation work and construction to come under the Campus Master Plan.
A recent social-media post from Cushman Design Group read: “(We) would like to wish VSC well as the non-profit artist and writer residence program in Johnson, Vermont, celebrates its 35th anniversary. VSC's mission is to provide studio residencies in an inclusive, international community, honoring creative work as the communication of spirit through form. Situated around the Gihon River in Johnson's historic village, VSC is the largest international artists' and writers' residence program in the United States.”
The post went on to acknowledge that “in collaboration with VSC's senior staff, directors, trustees” the Cushman Design Group crafted the Campus Master Plan to stabilize, preserve, renovate, and build the campus environment to honor and support VSC's mission for generations of artists to come.
Click here to read the post, and other news about VSC’s friends and architectural collaborators at Cushman Design Group, based in Stowe, Vermont.