News & Updates
Congratulations to the winners celebrating nature and art on the Great Hollow Virtual Juried Art Show May 15 – June 30, 2020.
“During this time of disruption and reintegration among the work lives of many, we have been granted a moldable opportunity to dig in and look at how it is we do things,”
Forty painters and photographers have been chosen to share their love of nature by depicting animals, birds, landscapes, flowers and trees in over 100 works of art.
The Rotary Club of Ridgefield, matched by Rotary District 7980, awarded the Ridgefield Theater Barn (RTB) a District Grant to complete the installation of their state-of-the-art assistive hearing system and the second phase of their sound system upgrade.
ArtPoints seeks to showcase the work of Connecticut’s most prolific artists who use their talent to benefit the world, create conversation and spark change.
Join CAA and the Connecticut Tourism Coalition for Arts, Culture + Tourism Advocacy Day on April 8!
The Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA) is currently accepting applications from individuals who are interested in an intern/apprenticeship through the Arts Workforce Initiative (AWI). AWI is a paid intern/apprenticeship program that provides Connecticut college students, emerging creatives and military veterans an opportunity to gain high-level professional work experience with non-profit arts and cultural organizations throughout the state.
Weaving History with Community is an innovative project idea by Connecticut Artist Susan Jackson. Jackson was awaiting the right opportunity to present it and found an opportunity in the Connecticut Office of the Arts’ Regional Initiative Grant Program (REGI).
Along with a muse, artists often need money. To help in that endeavor, the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut is hosting two workshops on grant writing.
are inspired by the art our member-artists are exhibiting this year! You can view work that portrays the world both naturally and surrealistically at several non-traditional venues in Danbury that will host the individual exhibits from Feb. 24 through Apr. 17.
Are you, or do you know of, an arts administrator who needs money for professional development? If your answer is yes, take a moment to learn more about the Elizabeth L. Mahaffey Arts Administration Fellowship. Applicants may request up to $2,500. Funds may be used for registration fees for conferences and workshops and travel, working with a career coach, and much more!
The Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA) is seeking host organizations for its Arts Workforce Initiative (AWI). AWI is a paid apprenticeship program that provides Connecticut college students, emerging creatives and military veterans an opportunity to gain high-level professional work experience with non-profit arts and cultural organizations throughout the state.