Seasonal Positions Available at CT Museums
The State of Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) is seeking Museum Guide Summer Workers to be stationed at one or more of the four museums operated by the DECD: Eric Sloane Museum (Kent), Old New-Gate Prison & Copper Mine (East Granby), Prudence Crandall Museum (Canterbury), and the Henry Whitfield State Museum (Guilford).
2023 Arts Workforce Initiative (AWI) Intent to Apply Application Extension
We are currently accepting submissions of an Intent to Apply from non-profit arts organizations seeking to be an AWI Host Organization.
AWI Host Organizations provide apprentices with hands-on and engaging learning experiences in arts administration, visual arts, arts presenting/curating, media arts, performing arts, visual arts, arts education and literary arts.
Meet Connecticut’s Arts Heroes!
Please join us as we honor the Class of 2022 Connecticut Arts Heroes on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 at 6 pm at Infinity Music Hall in Hartford.
Connecticut Arts Hero Awards
Connecticut Arts Hero Awards - Call for NominationsCT Office of the Arts | Sep 8, 2022 The Connecticut Arts Hero Awards honor and celebrate Connecticut residents who are doing inspiring things in, for or through the arts in Connecticut. Since...
Accepting Applications to the CT Artist Fellowship Program
Now Accepting Applications to the CT Artist Fellowship ProgramCT Office of the Arts| Aug 20, 2022 The Artist Fellowship Program provides recognition and funding support for Connecticut artists to pursue new work and advance their artistic careers....
CT Arts Hero Awards – Call for Nominations
The Connecticut Arts Hero Awards honor and celebrate Connecticut residents who are doing inspiring things in, for, or through the arts in Connecticut. Since 2016, the Connecticut Arts Hero Awards have introduced us to an array of remarkable individuals engaged in or supporting the arts – some publicly and some behind the scenes.
Supporting Arts Grant – Connecticut
The Supporting Arts grant program provides general operating support to help Connecticut’s arts organizations and municipal arts departments cover programmatic costs associated with their mission-related work. Deadline for applications is August 1st.
Your Thoughts and Feedback Matter to the Connecticut Office of the Arts!
Share your input to affect Arts funding and programs statewide! The Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA) seeks input from artists, arts entrepreneurs, creatives, arts workers in all sectors (for profit/nonprofit) and from all who want to share their opinion and feedback to ensure that the arts and the artistic community in the state thrives.
Artist Treasure Hunt
SomethingProjects, is a statewide geo-tracking Artist Treasure Hunt called THE EXCHANGE, to take place throughout the state of CT August 15-November 1, 2022. This Open Call includes all artists living in CT (see attachment) and we anticipate the project will engage the public in fun and meaningful ways. The DEADLINE to submit is May 15, 2022.
The Talking Artists Presents: Cheat Codes to the Culture
The Talking Artists is a series of curated conversations around culture, creativity and community.
Through these interactive sessions, artists will be equipped with the tools to create work at a professional level, enhance communication and community building skills, and overall, how to think deeper about their work in a holistic context.