Accessible Art

Our business partners share in the creative and economic values of working together. Accessible Art is one of our longest-running projects. It is a series of solo art exhibits scheduled throughout the year.

Accessible Art is open to all emerging and working artists located in Western Connecticut and Putnam County looking to connect. Entries are selected by jury in the fall and then selected on a first come, first served basis as space becomes available. 

Membership is required for artists to participate. We welcome new business partnerships in the towns we serve. Contact us!

Still accepting applications for 2020! Seven shows to fill, so register today!!

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Our Sponsors for Accessible Art Project 2019



There were five venues, twenty artists participating and twenty-five art exhibit scheduled from February 25, 2019 through January 2020


Call or visit website for hours of operation

Bethel Public Library • 189 Greenwood Ave., Bethel  203.794.8756

CityCenter Danbury • 186 Main Street, Danbury 203.792.1711 

Danbury City Hall • 155 Deer Hill Avenue, Danbury 203.797.4511 

Hancock Hall • 31 Staples Street, Danbury 203.794.9466 

Hodge Insurance Agency • 283 Main Street, Danbury 203.792.2323  


Alma Al Faham, Danbury
Connie Briones, Stamford
Barbara Courtian, New York
Emily Denaro, Redding
William Frucht, Danbury
Colin Harrison, Brookfield
Jennifer Mone Hill, Danbury
Marc Jaffe, New Fairfield
Crystal Keeler, Patterson
Kanika Khurana, Danbury

Cynthia O’connor, Sherman
Honorah O’Neill, Bethel
Larry Morse, New York
Mindell Seidlin, New York
Gary Stanford, Danbury
Candlewood Camera Club, Danbury
Ceal Swift, New Canaan
Terrence Tougas, New Milford
Ellen Tresselt, Danbury