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We, Women: Photo-Based Projects, 2020 Antonia Schachter | June 14, 2019 We, Women is the largest social impact photography art project by women currently underway across the United States. Starting in early 2020, we will create the largest...read more
Eleven arts organizations in Connecticut received a total of $985,400 from the National Endowment for the Arts in its latest round of funding for the fiscal year 2019. The NEA granted a total of $80.4 million to 1,114 organizations in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and four U.S. jurisdictions.read more
The Connecticut Office of the Arts is committed to making services and programs open and accessible to all persons, with and without disabilities, and to all individuals regardless of language. Applications must be received on or before 11:59 pm, Wednesday, September 18, 2019.read more
The Artist Fellowship Program is now accepting applications.
The Artist Fellowship Program provides competitive grants to encourage the continuing development of Connecticut artists. These grants provide support for artists to pursue new work and achieve specific creative and career goals.read more
Reception at Cultural Alliance for American Dream Award RecipientsPublished by Hamlet Hub: Written by Paul Steinmetz The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut will host a reception for the American Dream Foundation and its 2019 honorees on at...read more
Spring Open House BY BROOKFIELD CRAFT CENTER | MAY 7, 2019 The Brookfield Craft Center’s 8 studios will be open for demonstrations and showcase learning opportunities and commitment to fine crafts in Brookfield. On May 18th, 2019 from 12-5 pm, art enthusiasts can...read more
The School of Visual and Performing Arts at Western Connecticut State University will offer secondary school students three workshop opportunities to enrich their arts education in the High School Summer Arts Intensive program from…read more
Paid internships available to Connecticut college students, emerging creative professionals and military veterans at various arts and culture organizations throughout Connecticut!read more
“The nine photographs on display are part of a long-term project of photographing the entire state of Connecticut. This sounds ambitious, but on the other hand,..”read more
Prospective Volunteer Open House! Stop in and learn about how YOU can get involved! Saturday, April 13th 10:00 am
Weir Farm National Historic Site.
Learn how you can get involved at your local national park through the Volunteers-In-Parks program!