The Clothes Exchange + SEABA = Great Things to Come!

We are excited to announce that starting this month, SEABA, The South End Arts and Business Association, will take the reigns and be the new force behind production of Clothes Exchange events in Burlington.

Clothes Exchange fans will be happy to know that plans for a Spring event are already in the works and shoppers can expect the same top quality clothing and fun shopping experience. SEABA will continue the tradition of “shopping for a cause” and will select a local nonprofit partner to receive a portion of event proceeds. The beneficiary partner for the Spring event will be announced in March.

SEABA’s commitment to a vibrant community, experience running smashing events, including Art Hop (now in its 21st year), Holiday sHop and STRUT! and creative vision for The Clothes Exchange will help ensure more fantastic Clothes Exchange events in the years to come.

We’ll be in touch soon with more details about the Spring event and to let you know how you can shop, volunteer and support The Clothes Exchange.  For more information, please contact

Q&A about the Silo Project

We’ve had great response to the upcoming art installation project at the silo’s at

The link below contains answers to the many questions we’ve received, clarification on RFP timeline, blueprints of the silo’s, and images of the type of paint which was used 4 years ago. Silo Project Information

Interested in joining the great team of SEABA?

SEABA is seeking awesome, qualified applicants for our 21st South End Art Hop Coordinator position.

The Art Hop Coordinator works closely with the SEABA team of staff, interns, committee and other coordinators to produce one of Vermont’s Top Events on September 6-8, 2013.  Not your ordinary office job.

For more info, please click on the RFP for application process, deadlines, and description.

Art Hop Coordinator RFP Silo Project

The South End Arts & Business in collaboration with, are very pleased to present a Call to Artist for a large scale outdoor public art installation at the site.  The installation will occur on the two existing silo’s on the Pine Street side of the building.  The RFP is open to artisans and architects who reside or work in the South End of Burlington, VT.   Click the link below for more information on the project, deadlines, and contact information.

RFP for Public Art Initiative