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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.
This year’s summer solstice calls for music, and everyone is invited! Make Music Day on June 21st is a worldwide celebration that’s all about inclusivity and having fun!
WCSU Presents “Sweeney Todd” Live Western Connectiut State University| February 15, 2022 Western Connecticut State University presents live performances of “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” at its Visual and Performing Arts...
WCSU to stage live performances of ‘Head Over Heels’Western Connecticut State University | October 6, 2021After a two-year hiatus from performing live before an audience, the cast and crew of the Western Connecticut State University Department of...
The New York Times boasted about Ridgefield in an article titled “Ridgefield, Conn.: Arts, Culture and Open Space.”
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has awarded The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum $75,000 to support its 2022 exhibitions program. These essential funds will help realize three important exhibitions: the group exhibition 52 Artists: Revisiting a Feminist Milestone, and two solo exhibitions by artists Milano Chow and Duane Slick.
The Lamont administration has designated the town of Ridgefield, Connecticut, a cultural district. It’s the first such designation in the state.