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Chie Fueki, a Japanese American painter, earned her M.F.A. at Yale School of Art and her B.F.A. at Ringling College of Art and Design, and is a recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship and the Joan Mitchell Fellowship and other multiple art awards and prizes. Her work is represented by Shoshana Wayne Gallery in Los Angeles, where she will have a solo exhibit in March, and by DC Moore Gallery in New York City, where she held a solo exhibit in 2022.
Gallery25 is excited to offer its latest installation “Art with Heart”, featuring fresh works from the 19 member artists beginning Fri February 3. These original pieces include paintings and art photography of all genres, from the classic to the abstract, unique jewelry, classic and whimsical ceramic work, one-of-a-kind woodwork, including many toys, pens, and clocks, felting, weaving, vibrant fused glass pieces and poetry by Southbury s poet laureate.
Don’t miss Upcoming CT Humanities Application Deadlines for grants and sponsorships
Learn the latest about the Arts, Culture, and Tourism Funding Roadmap, a campaign to secure more meaningful, reliable, and equitable state funding for arts, culture, and tourism.
We’ll review federal income tax basics for creative individuals, including common deductions claimed by creative entrepreneurs. We’ll also outline how the tax landscape changes based on the type of income an artist earns and highlight key aspects of tax law that impact financial wellness.
Good to Great 2.0 Grants of up to $500,000 fund capital projects for nonprofit arts, cultural, or history organizations that connect art, history, and tourism to enhance visitors’ experience of an arts or cultural venue and/or historic site.
The Connecticut Office of the Arts will provide general operating support grants funded by the CT General Assembly to support Connecticut’s theaters and performing groups as they pursue their mission.
The Connecticut Office of the Arts partners with organizations and services providers to expand professional development opportunities for Connecticut arts organizations and artists. Here are two opportunities. CT Artist Trainers and Capacity-Building Grant Program for Connecticut Artists
Please join us as we honor the Class of 2022 Connecticut Arts Heroes on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 at 6 pm at Infinity Music Hall in Hartford.
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has announced that grant guidelines and application materials are now available for Grants for Arts Projects (GAP) and Challenge America. These grants to organizations support specific projects in any part of the nation’s 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. jurisdictions.
Good to Great 2.0 is NOW OPEN!CT Humanities | Dec 12, 2022The Good to Great 2.0 program awards grants to eligible organizations that link art, history and tourism in ways that enable cultural and historical sites to enhance the visitor experience....
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