Friday, June 9, 2017
Meet the Artist 6-9 pm
122 Main Street, Lower Level, Collinsville
Friday Nights 'Meet the Artist' Receptions 6-9 pm
Saturdays and Sundays 11-4 pm
The first of its kind in New London, Connecticut, the FESTIVAL OF CREATIVITY & INNOVATION (FCI) celebrates the visual arts & performing arts, creatives, artisans, makers & innovators through a series of city-wide collaborative events in a tremendous grass roots and unprecedented community effort!
Meet the artist for discussion and refreshments, and see her solo exhibition in it's last month on display in the gallery.
This event is free and open to the public. Please contact us with any questions.
Don't forget to also check the International Festival of Arts & Ideas calendar for other arts activities in the area!
Jason Werner | Paintings
On view: June 2 - June 30, 2017
Art reception SATURDAY, June 10th 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
"Here’s an intriguing thought…every day as a mason, Werner works with the most ancient materials on earth.
By night he paints the stars our planet and us are made from."
Two Paths Through The Woods
MaryEllen Hendricks and Dan Long
June 3-July 30
Saturday, June 10th, 4:30-6:30pm
Artists Talk at 5:30pm
Please join us on Saturday for the opening reception of TWO PATHS THROUGH THE WOODS, featuring photographs by MaryEllen Hendricks and drawings by Dan Long. Don't miss this exhibition of two artists' journeys with nature, photography, and drawing.
BRUCE S. KERSHNER GALLERY
1080 Post Road | Fairfield, CT 06824 | email@example.com
GALLERY HOURS: Monday–Thursday 9-9, Friday 9-6, Saturday 9-5
RAW JAZZ includes Four Free Concerts:
"BASSDRUMBONE - the trio of Mark Helias on bass, Gerry Hemingway on drums and Ray Anderson on trombone romps through its music, artfully pulling compositions in three directions at once. Like...very few other jazz ensembles, BassDrumBone's collective improvisations can be bluesy or ethereal, pensive or raucous in the space of a few seconds." - Jon Pareles, New York Times
"The story keeps unfolding for this fabled trio that released its first outing in 1978. With rest stops along the way, the musicians' synergy remains as a source of amazement, coupled with their perpetual creative sparks that sculpt a route embedded with fresh concepts and supreme musicianship." - Glenn Astarita JazzReview.com
Be a part of the art in downtown Hartford!
Art on the Streets
May 16 - June 15 | 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Tuesdays @ State House Sq. | Thursdays @ Pratt St.
We've partnered with Aetna to bring Art on the Streets back to downtown Hartford this spring! Ten local artists will present interactive artistic experiences for the public to enjoy that also draws attention to how the arts make us happier and healthier. Share your Art on the Streets photos with us on Instagram using #GHACxAetna and we'll repost!
I'll be at both locations next week with my "Re(Produce) Print Market
come on by and make art with fruit and veggies!!
Sea Tea Improv
24 Hours in the Life of New Haven
Happening June 17, 2017
Introducing the first annual New Haven Photo Day
New Haven Photo Day is asking anyone and everyone to take a photograph in New Haven on June 17, 2017, and upload it to this website (www.newhavenphotoday.com/submitphoto). New Haven Photo Day’s goal is to receive hundreds if not thousands of submissions, creating a broad portrait of New Haven on that day.
To participate, just take a photo anytime between 12:00am and 11:59pm on June 17th anywhere in New Haven and upload it here to be included in this community collaboration. Each person can submit up to three photos.
We will be leading and hosting many photo walks all around New Haven that day. Here is the list of scheduled walks.
Balkun Brothers in Hartford next Sat.
Get your tickets now!!
The Gallery Upstairs at the Institute Library presents: EVIDENCE: Art & Facts
May 27 – September 2, 2017
Artists: Mac Adams, Colin Burke, Jeanne Criscola and Linda Lindroth, Howard el Yasin Joan Fitzsimmons, Fritz Horstman, Meredith Miller, Jiehao Su. Curated By Martha Willette Lewis
Murder mysteries, detective stories, cop shows and procedural dramas are all staples of contemporary entertainment. Both documentary and imagined cases are put forth for our delectation as both human drama and abstract puzzle. Crimes committed and the methods for catching those responsible are at the heart of so much of the stories we tell, with increasingly detailed and technical portrayals of the infinitesimal or invisible materials gathered to corroborate visible information and solve the case. Everything, from the theater at the scene of the crime to the final legal sentencing are lovingly described, over and over again in our dramas, books, images blending science, art and human intrigue.
This exhibit highlights the role deductive reasoning and careful examination play in constructing a narrative and conclusion. All of the artists in this show collect and present data, constructing their works as a form of
visual proof and use the documentary concept of “evidence” to undertake a creative act. This mode of practice, borrowed from science, looks at the traces of activity which surround us, presenting them to us anew
to look again. EVIDENCE features photography, sculpture and installation that have the artist in the varied roles of collector, sleuth and witness.
Five Points Gallery's 2nd Juried Exhibition.
Works will be selected by Joe Fig, artist and author of Inside the Artist's Studio, & Inside the Painter's Studio.
The single award will be a 2018 solo exhibition in Five Points Gallery.
Submission Deadline - June 16, 2017
Exhibition Dates Aug.3 - Sept. 2, 2017.
|ALL ENTRIES DUE BY JUNE 12, 2017