The Microcosms are Upstairs

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The Housatonic Valley Cultural Alliance presents ‘Details’, a collection of prints and photographic works of imaginary and microscopic environments at Molten Java’s Upstairs Gallery in downtown Bethel, Connecticut.  Bethel resident and artist, Sarah Hutchinson, will be featured as part of the Cultural Alliance’s 2012 Accessible Art Project from August 16 through September 21.  An opening reception will be held on Sunday, August 19 from 4 to 5:30pm.  The exhibit can be viewed during Molten Java’s normal business hours.


Hutchinson is the Visitor Experience Coordinator at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield.  She received her Master of Arts degree in exhibition and museum studies from The San Francisco Art Institute in California and her Bachelor of Arts degree in art history and studio art from Wheaton College Nortonin Massachusetts. Hutchinson also lived in Florence while attending Studio Arts Center International and in New York City while working for SCOPE Art Fair.


The Upstairs Gallery in Molten Java is located at 231 Greenwood Ave in Bethel.  For more information, visit and

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