Public Art

Ribbon Cutting & Reception

August/September (TBD)


Crosby Street
Danbury, CT 06810

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CityCenter Danbury Sculpture Project

Commission Opportunity – SCULPTURE

Budget: $30,000

Deadline to apply: April 28, 2023 (5:00 PM)

CityCenter Danbury works to make the area more attractive and accessible and we’re here to help.

The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut and CityCenter Danbury request an Artist or Artist Team to design and install site-specific feature artwork(s) for 30 Crosby Street, Danbury, CT. Community engagement is a priority, as well as, forging strategic partnerships to assist the needs of the downtown property owners.

Up to three qualified finalists will be selected to develop and submit proposals and will receive $1000 stipend for their initial design proposals. The Artist with the final selected proposal will be awarded a contract of $30,000.

As harmony is one of the core pillars of CityCenter Danbury, the goal is to develop artwork that not only encourages an environment of unity and physical connection– creating a bridge for people to experience each other – but also to reflect on the timeless “child-like” feelings that reaches across boundaries, taps into a spirit of innocence, and inspires playfulness. Artists will be asked to create featured artwork within the theme of Childs Play: A sharing of Origins – to express the unifying attributes of art through the lens of a child for all ages.

Visual Art in Work Places has it’s rewards.

We are accepting applications for solo art exhibitions at two locations: Hancock Hall and Connecticut Institute for Communities.

2D & small sculpture works only.

Engage more with your staff, clients, visitors.

Hancock Hall specializes in Short-Term Rehab, Long-Term Care, and Respite Care. They provide a broad range of assistive and rehabilitative services, 24 hours a day. We’ve been partners for years providing a rotating visual art exhibit for the facility. A rewarding experience for employees, residents, visitors, and participating artists. Photo: (2022) Diana Gubbay, Artist; Adrienne Thompson, Matt Knickerbocker

Integrate the arts to reflect an inclusive work environment and diversity.

Connecticut Institute for Communities (CIFC) is an important service provider supporting the healthcare needs of low-income children in greater Danbury, while offering residency programs for graduate medical education. We love their commitment to integrate the arts through the lens diversity and inclusion. Video: “A Mindful Path Home” Art Exhibit (2022) Dedan Davenport, Artist

Get Involved.

Have a program or project idea and you don’t want to manage?

Contact Lisa Scails

Past Projects

Sculpture adds to the experience.

Perched on a hilltop in the Sandy Hook section of Newtown, Aquila’s Nest Vineyards is an innovative family-owned winery, tasking room and event venue. We partnered with the winery in 2021/2022 and presented outdoor sculptural exhibits at this stunning space.

An 1800 Square Foot Wall Mural at Danbury Fair

The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut and Danbury Fair Mall engaged artists for a large-scale mural installation at 7 Backus Ave. The opportunity attracted artists from CT, NY, NJ, MA, and other parts of the country.

Jobs for Artists and Arts Organizations

We teamed with Art in Common of Ridgefield to expand the mural project at Danbury Fair Mall. Six permanent but moveable mural canvases to showcase local and aspiring artists. 

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