Posts Categorized: Events

Original Photography and Sacred Geometry at Take Time’s Spring Exhibition

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  Take Time Relaxation Center and Gallery is an unusual healing center in Bethel, Connecticut, focused on bridging the worlds of therapeutic massage and physical and energetic healing with the psychological and spiritual effects of inspirational artwork. The licensed massage therapists at Take Time Relaxation Center… Read more »

What’s Changed Since 1891? ‘Spring Awakening’ Examines Sex, Love, & Abuse

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  A play about sex, suicide, homosexuality, child abuse, and love – written and set in 1891?  In Germany?  According to an introduction in the playbill written by Western Connecticut State University (WestConn) dramaturg Melissa Ottaviano, Frank Wedekind wrote The Awakening of Spring (the play’s… Read more »

Middletown Artist Explores Sleeplessness at Bridgeport’s Housatonic Museum of Art

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  ‘UP ALL NIGHT: work from the insomnia project’ opens February 28 and continues through March 22 at the Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport, Connecticut. This exhibition, curated by Robbin Zella, features the work of installation artist Gil Scullion of Middletown and is inspired… Read more »

‘Fresh Ink’ Literary Magazine Seeks Writers and Artists’ Submissions by February 28

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  Naugatuck Valley Community College (NVCC)’s literary journal, Fresh Ink, is inviting writers and artists to submit work for consideration in this year’s publication. In 2012, Fresh Ink went international, and the publication is working to continue stretching its limits. The deadline for submissions is… Read more »

Opening for First of Two “Accessible Art Project” Exhibits at ESCAPE to the Arts This Saturday

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  The Regional YMCA of Western Connecticut’s ESCAPE to the Arts will host an opening reception from 4 to 6pm this Saturday, February 16, for  a new exhibition, ‘Aesthetic Expressions’, featuring work by local artistsGary Stanford, Christa Forrest, and Randy Lagana. The show runs through… Read more »