COVID-19 Resources for Artists and Arts Organizations
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Helping artists with disabilities find the assistance they need, here's a compiled listing of accessibility resources for artists.
Connecticut was among the first states to enact legislation that included works of contemporary art with the construction or remodeling of state buildings.
Supports teaching and learning for all ages through high-quality arts engagement, community connections and arts integration.
Established to acquire and exhibit artwork by major and distinguished Connecticut artists and to preserve the works for future generations.
Rotating exhibits at Bradley International Airport in Terminal A
Review standards and criteria for determining a Cultural District, which is a specific area of a town or city that has a number of cultural facilities, activities and/or assets.
Encouraging and promoting traditional artists and their communities through research and program development.
A Directory of Teaching Artists maintained by the Connecticut Office of the Arts in commitment to advancing arts learning.
Free program encouraging the nation’s youth to learn about great poetry through memorization and performance.
Arts Community Impact Coordinators working to identify various affiliation circles and creative networks that are not being served at a high level and strategize innovative ways to support them.