News & Updates
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We are pleased to announce the next program in our continuing series to acquaint diversity candidates in colleges and universities with careers in art museums.
The 40th Annual Connecticut Storytelling Festival & Conference brings together people of different cultures, ages and backgrounds, and allows them to discover and react to stories together, share emotions and bridge differences.
National Poetry Month is the largest literary celebration in the world.
The Connecticut Author Project is looking for the best indie-published fiction book in Connecticut!
April 30 is coming up quickly. If you are considering submitting to the 2021 Connecticut awards, now is the time!
How would you use $ 500 to protect your career or safeguard your studio? The CERF + Artists “Get Ready + COVID Career Resilience” Grant awards up to $500 to individual artists working in craft disciplines to carry out activities necessary to safeguard their studios, protect their careers, and prepare for emergencies.
The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut (CAWC) has partnered with Aquila’s Nest Vineyards to present outdoor art shows inspired by the world of birds. The exhibitions in Sandy Hook will continue the cultural alliance’s Accessible Art Project series.
The Connecticut Office of the Arts invites you to a virtual conversation regarding the recent changes in the eligibility of the Elizabeth L. Mahaffey Arts Administration Fellowship.
The present historic moment demands robust participation in our political system and commitment to the values on which it was built. How can we support participation by all members of our community?
You have all the content—objects, costumes, images, documents.
Maybe you’ve digitized some things, or you’ve taken photos or videos with cell phones, iPads, or cameras.
Stories are the cornerstones of our relationship to each other and to the land. The National Council on Public History’s conference celebrates stories and histories, and explicitly grounds them in the land of their telling.
The Marietta Canty House is primarily significant for its association with actress Marietta Canty (1905-1986), who received critical acclaim for her performances in theater, radio, motion pictures, and television as well as for her political and social activities.