Moderated by Joseph Montebello
Five Points and The Nutmeg Ballet Conservatory Figure Drawing Workshop: Drawing on the Arts
Beginners to advanced participants welcome
"To Be Real: Portaits by Shona Curtis" will have its opening reception on January 27 at 6 p.m. in the Charter Oak Gallery. The show runs through February. For more information, call 860-310-2580.
Any World That I'm Welcome To
Guest curated by David Borawski
Join us for the opening reception of Any World That I'm Welcome To! This exhibition features paintings, prints and photographs by five Connecticut artists, each exploring the concept of 'other worlds' or abstracted reality. The exhibit aims to challenge the viewer to see the "known" in new and different ways.
Featuring work by:
Aspasia Anos - aspasiaanos.com
Geoffrey Detrani - geoffreydetrani.com
Joan Fitzsimmons - joanfitzsimmons.com
Lindsey Fyfe - lindseyfyfe.com
Jason Werner - jasonwernerart.com
Opening Reception with a Q&A with the Artists:
January 27, 2017. 6-8pm. Free Admission. Lite fare provided.
Show Runs: January 17 - March 4, 2017
Chester, CT 06412
Wednesday & Thursday 12 - 6 pm
Friday: 12 - 7 pm
Saturday: 11 - 7 pm
Sunday 11 - 6 pm
Also available by appointment
firstname.lastname@example.org l (860)-526-6065
Art drop off and hanging: Saturday January 28, 8am-6pm.
Show opens at 7pm
Location: Hygienic Art Galleries 79 Bank Street New London, CT 06320
The show runs Saturday, January 28 through Saturday, February 11
Pick-Up Unsold Art Work on Sunday, February 12 12pm - 6pm
Now in it 38th year, Hygienic Art will once again infuse New London, Connecticut with the freedom of expression through this vibrant un-censored visual arts exhibit.
Live Culture 23 : Public Art/Art Public
Let's pretend it's summer! This
month on Live Culture we start off 2017 with a rebroadcast of Episode 4
from June, 2015, which seems at once very relevant to right now and
very far in the past indeed. This slice-of-warm-weather show features
a conversation with Selby Nimrod, curator and project manager of Art Sites New Haven, a web-based initiative which offers interactive maps of public art in the greater New Haven area, and Laura Weir Clarke, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Site Projects, an organization which commissions international
January 28, from 11-12 noon
Listen on live WPKN 89.5 fm and at WPKN.org and on-demand
as a podcast on Soundcloud , itunes or Stitcher
More about this exhibitionArtists Showing Work in MIXMASTER
Salon Talks with the Artists
Sunday, February 12, 2:00 p.m.
Tuesday, February 28, 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, March 9, 1:00 p.m.
Enjoy performances by Taiko drummers, music by NYC-based DJ Keiichiro Nakajima, origami and Japanese language lessons, and a Kimono dressing workshop. Plus, visit the Wadsworth Atheneum's Izakaya--our Pop-Up Sake Bar!
A screening of the Japanese comedic drama Shall We Dance? (1996) begins at 8pm, and is included with Art After Dark admission.
Tickets are $10/$5 members, and will be available at the door.
New Haven Review Subscription Party
by The New Haven Review + The Institute Library
Four kinds of tickets are available:
$10, Get the latest issue of the New Haven Review at the door.
$20, Includes a year-long subscription to the New Haven Review or
$25, Includes annual Apprentice membership (or renewal) to the Institute Library
$40, Includes both a year-long subscription to the New Haven Review and an annual Library Apprentice membership
This event sells out quickly, so please buy your tickets online here or in-person at the library today.
The Institute Library
847 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06510
Connecticut Guitar Society presents:
Popular local jazz wiz mixes standards and originals from his latest CD,
Tickets for individual concerts: $20 general admission; $15 CGS members. http://ctguitar.org/
Sunday, February 19, 2017
Couldn't we all use a little more Art and Peace right about now?
Join us to create community.
Join us to celebrate diversity.
Join us to feed the hungry.
Join us to sustain our orphans.
Join us to educate and empower women and children.
Join us to make an actual difference.
Join us at Artists For World Peace on Broadway 6.
With tremendous love and peace,
Wendy, Sharone, and everyone at AFWP
The 2016 political campaign season was incredibly stressful and contentious. It divided families, distanced friends, and challenged our perceptions of the country at large. The subsequent election of Donald J. Trump as the nation's 45th President has deepened the divide among citizens and residents of the country. This exhibition, inDIVISIBLE, will explore themes of democracy and the American electoral system. We are looking for works that are reflective of your thoughts, experiences, and reactions to the political events of the past ten months and the impact these events have had on you personally, professionally, socially, philosophically, and/or culturally.
All local, regional, and national artists are welcome to apply. Call deadline is Friday, February 3 at 11:59pm. Submission fee is $30 for 3 entries; $5 for each entry thereafter. inDIVISIBLE will be on view at the Eclipse Mill Gallery March 10 - May 14, 2017.
For complete prospectus and application form, visit eclipsemill.submittable.com/submit