Into FALL we go!
Stay safe while supporting artists and venues by following local health guidelines.
Be kind: mask, distance, wash!
by Artisans at the Hartford Artisans Weaving Center
at the Hartford Public Library 3rd Floor, Main Branch
From August 14-October 21, 2021
The Wadsworth is currently welcoming visitors noon-8pm on Fridays and noon-5pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Beginning October 1, 2021, the museum will be open noon-5pm Thursday-Sunday. Advance registration is recommended via my.thewadsworth.org but not required. We care about your safety, face masks are required and social distancing is encouraged.
Friday Happy Hour Jazz -- Every Friday evening in September -- 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Friday, September 10th: Local Heroes Night! Featuring Anthony Davis and Charles McPherson
Friday, September 17th: Clifford Brown
Friday, September 24th: Brazilian Jazz
Story Sharing -- Thursday, September 9, 2021 -- 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Via Zoomlink here. Stories do not have to be fully developed – we welcome first stabs. Tellers who so choose get feedback from the group. Those who wish to simply listen are also very welcome. We are informal, friendly, and fun. We encourage vaccinated and masked people to join in person. Questions? Contact the coordinator, Arnie Pritchard, at 203-624-2520, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember, too: October 2021 means TELLABRATION! Workshops, and November 2021 means TELLABRATION!
Gallery @ The Institute Library -- Fall 2021 Exhibit: John T. Hill: Persistent Observer
John T. Hill is a photographer, graphic designer, and author. He taught photography and graphic design at the Yale University School of Art, co-founded Yale’s first Department of Photography, and was its first director of graduate studies. His published works include Walker Evans: Depth of Field and May Day at Yale,1970: Recollections.
Up next at Alex Ferrone Gallery
Reception Saturday - Fictional Narratives
Fictional Narratives delves into the imaginative worlds of national award-winning artists Richard Aardsma (MI), Laura Dodson (NYC) and Marisa S White (CO) as they present their visions through photomontage, still life and scenic design that observe nuances of nostalgia, surrealism, and the human condition.
A Gallery Talk with the artists will be held on Zoom on Wednesday, September 15 at 6:00PM EDT.
Registration is required:
Alex Ferrone Gallery
25425 Main Road, Cutchogue, NY 11935
- DJ Mr. Realistic on the turntables
- 4 new art exhibits
- Food truck: Iron & Grain
HARTBEAT MUSIC FESTIVAL
Miss Porter's School
60 Main Street, Farmington, CT 06032
The West Hartford Art League parking lot will be closed.
Parking will be available on Buena Vista Road,
and in the Solomon Schecter parking lot across the street.