News & Updates
The Connecticut Office of the Arts and Oddfellows Playhouse invite you to join us for a series of workshops intended to help Teaching Artists excel, or at least feel comfortable, in the Virtual Teaching World. All workshops will be held on Zoom.
Municipal and community leaders joined to support local arts with the unveiling of a new map that pictures the region as a quilt sewn together with words of hope and strength.
In this webinar, Hannah Cole will discuss the basic tax equation and tax issues specifically relevant to artists.
Over two webinar sessions, artists will learn the importance of a business plan for their creative career. Participants will receive personalized feedback from the instructor …
In this workshop, participants will learn strategies and apply practical knowhow to promote themselves and their services with excellence and authenticity in both in-person and online spaces.
We’re pleased to share that Twenty Twenty is featured in The New York Times’ Fine Arts & Exhibits special report.
Twenty-six artists will present at The Arts Are Greater Than Art Exhibit hosted by the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut.
The exhibit, showcasing fine art and creative voices related to current affairs, opens virtually on Nov. 13 at 5:30 p.m. as part of The Arts Are Greater Than fundraising event.
"Conifer Paradise in Sherman” by Jeff Ginsburg Virtual Talk October 22, 2020 7pm Great Hollow Invitational Art Show, September 18 – October 28, 2020 "The Sherman Library | October 16, 2020 As part of the Great Hollow Invitational Art Show at...
This webinar, in partnership with Tech Impact, will cover the most popular add-ons and extensions to virtualize and automate financial management functions, such as online bill paying.
Fairfield County’s Community Foundation welcomes you to our Community Conversations webinar series. The new series will address the ways COVID-19 has exacerbated inequities across Fairfield County, widening the opportunity gap between communities.
Independent Bookstore Day is a one-day national party that takes place at indie bookstores across the country on the last Saturday in April. Every store is unique and independent, and every party is different. But in addition to authors, live music, cupcakes, scavenger hunts, kids’ events, art tables, readings, barbecues, contests, and other fun stuff, there are exclusive books and literary items that you can only get at independent bookstores on Independent Bookstore Day.
The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut is asking artists to contribute to an online show meant to uplift and show the strength of community members during the crises of the past year.