COVID-19 Resources for Artists and Arts Organizations
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Creative workers are employed in nearly every sector that powers New England, from education, to technology and science, to major global brands. They help shape our industries and culture, defining who we are and where we want to live.
The Office of the Arts works to inspire a culture of creativity in Connecticut by supporting arts making and arts participation for all people.
Helping artists with disabilities find the assistance they need, here's a compiled listing of accessibility resources for artists.
Outlines how to properly acknowledge state support and credit the Office of the Arts.
Arts & Economic Prosperity V is Americans for the Arts’ fifth study of the nonprofit arts and culture industry's impact on the economy.
Connecticut was among the first states to enact legislation that included works of contemporary art with the construction or remodeling of state buildings.
A series of curated discussions with key stakeholders from the arts, community members and professionals from various business sectors to provide unique perspectives on practices, challenges and collaborations that are occurring within the State of Connecticut
Provides funding to support access to the arts for all abilities through program and services, planning and training, and artist engagement.
Provides recognition and funding support for CT artists to pursue new work and advance their artisitc careers.
Operating guidelines for the arts and culture sector to assist in reopening according to the guidelines provided by the State of Connecticut.
An event designed to engage and unify the arts community and to celebrate the arts across Connecticut.
Supports teaching and learning for all ages through high-quality arts engagement, community connections and arts integration.
Providing greater access to and professional development in the Higher Order Thinking Approach.
Encourages arts engagement, arts integration, arts exploration and discovery experiences for learners of all ages