News & Opportunities
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Workshop on US EPA’s Climate Pollution Reduction Grants
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Presents a Take Home Exhibition by Laura Ortman
The Artists Respond grant program awards funds to Connecticut artists for community-based art projects.
Greenwood Features Theater October and Halloween Events
For those 55 and older: Join us for a Creative Portrait Photography Class at Danbury Library.
In an age where innovation and creativity are essential to success, it’s more important than ever to foster an environment of creative thinking. It’s with this mindset that we introduce the Shift Workshop, a unique and immersive event dedicated to harnessing the power of collaborative creativity.
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to announce a renovation to the Museum’s 3-acre campus and Sculpture Garden.
The Emerging Creative Award highlights a breakthrough creative leader who is starting to blossom as an impactful and innovative contributor to the Connecticut arts scene.
Learn how Black-Owned Small Business owners have leveraged local resources and support organizations
This in-person event is designed to empower business owners and entrepreneurs to tap into available resources.
The Equity Match Grant Program supports the growth of women-owned businesses in Connecticut by offering grants ranging from $2,500 to $10,000.
The Ridgefield Theater Barn recently opened registration for their Fall workshops, nickelodeon The SpongeBob Musical, Youth Edition for teens, and Charming for younger performers. In addition, the Ridgefield Theater Barn has announced their entire season of teen and youth workshops through the end of the school year which offers parents the opportunity to plan (and register) ahead and to potentially save money with discounted packages if kids are enrolled for an entire season of workshops.