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Twenty-six artists will present at The Arts Are Greater Than Art Exhibit hosted by the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut.
The exhibit, showcasing fine art and creative voices related to current affairs, opens virtually on Nov. 13 at 5:30 p.m. as part of The Arts Are Greater Than fundraising event.
"Conifer Paradise in Sherman” by Jeff Ginsburg Virtual Talk October 22, 2020 7pm Great Hollow Invitational Art Show, September 18 – October 28, 2020 "The Sherman Library | October 16, 2020 As part of the Great Hollow Invitational Art Show at...
This webinar, in partnership with Tech Impact, will cover the most popular add-ons and extensions to virtualize and automate financial management functions, such as online bill paying.
Independent Bookstore Day is a one-day national party that takes place at indie bookstores across the country on the last Saturday in April. Every store is unique and independent, and every party is different. But in addition to authors, live music, cupcakes, scavenger hunts, kids’ events, art tables, readings, barbecues, contests, and other fun stuff, there are exclusive books and literary items that you can only get at independent bookstores on Independent Bookstore Day.
A Three-Day Online National Writing Project Workshop hosted by Weir Farm National Historic Site and the Connecticut Writing Project-Fairfield in celebration of the 2020 National Day on Writing & 2020 Write Out.
The Sherman Library is pleased to announce a group show by the Great Hollow Artists.
Tech Policies for Virtual Teams - A Leader's Responsibility September 24, 2020 @ 2PM ET* Roxanne Baldwin | September 2, 2020 This webinar, in partnership with Tech Impact, will go over the main policies that govern technology use, data security,...
It’s not unusual for people to turn to the Arts during tumultuous times. After all, the Arts have the ability to heal communities because they allow us to be heard. On June 6th, the Black Lives Matter movement turned out a half-million people in 550 cities across America in protest. Several of the leaders of various Ridgefield arts organizations gathered together and asked the question – “What can we do to help families in our area foster a greater understanding of the Black Experience through the Arts?”
The fourth annual Art in the Park festival is getting a virtual spin this year! Please join us in celebrating creativity at Weir Farm by participating in the 2020 Virtual Art in the Park Contest and Exhibit.
The Ridgefield Theater Barn is thrilled to announce the new leadership and creative team for the Theater Barn Kids’ program. “These times of forced closing has allowed the RTB to closely examine all aspects of our organization with an eye on our eventual expansion,” says Executive Director Pamme Jones.