Cold Hollow Sculpture Park in Enosburg Falls has appointed Public Programs and Visitor Services Coordinator Chloe Vogt as the organization's first-ever director. With prior experience in arts programming, Vogt hopes to extend and diversify programming at the park to include family programs, workshops and docent-led guided tours.
Prior to joining Cold Hollow, Vogt served as a community fundraising specialist at the University of Vermont Children's Hospital. She also previously worked as public programs associate at both the Madison Square Park Conservancy and Shelburne Museum. Vogt is a graduate of Goucher College in Baltimore.
“We are excited to welcome Chloe Vogt as our director,” park co-founders David and Sarah Stromeyer said in a statement. “She will be working on expanding, designing, implementing and facilitating our season’s programs that will build on CHSP as a place for creative thinking and making. This will enhance our vision for the park to be community sustained by participation in creative endeavors.”