Posts Categorized: Arts & Music

Brause Realty Donates Space for HealingNewtown’s Art Activities

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  The Newtown Cultural Arts Commission (NCAC) met last week for the first time in its temporary headquarters for the HealingNewtown project, an operation to help NCAC to manage the overwhelming response by artists, arts organizations, stakeholders, and the overwhelming number of creative contributions being… Read more »

WestConn Creates Music Scholarship in Memory of Sandy Hook Victim

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  Western Connecticut State University has created a music scholarship to honor the memory of 6-year-old Ana Grace Márquez-Greene, one of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.   The Ana Grace Márquez-Greene Music Scholarship Fund was established to pay tribute to Márquez-Greene’s… Read more »

Guatemalan & U.S. Children’s Art Show Comes to Downtown Danbury

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  CONNECTICUT – As a part of an ongoing global art exchange organized by Norwalk-based cultural organization Creative Connections, Guatemalan and American students will share what they value in their cultures with art, and the results will be seen throughout CityCenter Danbury. Through the efforts… Read more »

‘New Yorker’ Cartoonist Shows Work in Hometown of Bethel

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  The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut presents Joseph Farris at Byrd’s Books, a hugely celebrated local artist featured as part of the Accessible Art Project thru January 11, 2013.  The exhibit can be viewed during Molten Java’s, the coffee shop downstairs from Byrd’s Books, normal… Read more »

Kenny Hess Believes in Art

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A recently completed mural by Kenny Hess on East Liberty Street in Danbury. Photo by Jillian Basilone.

  Visual artist Kenny Hess has invested himself in a wide range of mediums, including cartooning, logo and t-shirt design, character creation, canvas and mural works, paintings, photography, storyboarding, and typography. He is one of many artists showing work at Pop Up Art Bethel (PUAB)’s… Read more »