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Western Connecticut State University’s Department of Theatre Arts presents a unique holiday show “Season’s Greetings” Dec. 2 – 4 at the university’s Visual and Performing Arts Center.
Western Connecticut State University’s Department of Music presents a season of live musical performances at the university’s Visual and Performing Art Center (VPAC) in the Veronica Hagman Concert Hall, 43 Lake Ave. Extension, Danbury. All shows are open to the public, and tickets can be purchased in advance at wcsuvpac.eventbrite.com.
Thirty-eight visual artists will present artworks in a multi-media, multi-location exhibition called “Address Earth,” including a showing at Western Connecticut State University’s The Gallery in the university’s Visual and Performing Arts Center.
Western Connecticut State University has announced its live fall 2022 art, theatre and music programs, sponsored by its School of Visual and Performing Arts, all open to the public. The events are held in the university’s Visual and Performing Arts Center (VPAC) on the Westside campus at 43 Lake Ave. Extension, Danbury. Tickets can be purchased at wcsuvpac.eventbrite.com.
July Member Spotlight! Follow this blog monthly as we shine a spotlight on our members – who are our allies in the arts, and the very best of Western Connecticut!
Announcing two upcoming collaborations with local organizations that are in the works for this summer!
Legislators were instrumental in supporting the arts community during the 2021 legislative session!Lew Wallace | March 31, 2022As we know, the pandemic took a huge toll on the institutions, artists and creators that play a critical role in Western...
WCSU exhibits ‘Unsettled Nostalgia’ from acclaimed artist Mohamad HafezWestern Connecticut State University | Jan 25, 2022Connecticut artist and architect Mohamad Hafez will bring his exhibition “Unsettled Nostalgia” to Western Connecticut State...
Thrown Stone is pleased to welcome Kolton Harris, Kevin Mambo, and Kate Schardt to their Board of Directors. Mr. Harris currently serves as Program Associate for the Connecticut Office of the Arts. Formerly the Artistic Director and current chair of the board of Writer’s Block Ink, a social justice youth theatre in New London, CT, Harris is also an accomplished recording artist, producer, and musician. “I’m elated to join the innovative fabric of Thrown Stone as we embark on the journey of generating an environment conducive to powerful imaginative theatre that can instigate real change in the world,” said Harris.