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01/17/2020

Connecticut Hall of Change – Windham Arts

The Connecticut Hall of Change is designed to recognize formerly incarcerated men and women who have made substantial contributions to Connecticut communities since their release. The Connecticut Hall of Change is an opportunity to highlight individuals who have returned home and are leading lives of change in their communities. You can nominate some one by READ MORE.
01/13/2020

Among the Tides Exhibit – Windham Arts

“Among the Tides,” a new exhibit featuring the work of photographer Elizabeth Ellenwood, will be on display at the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery at the University of Connecticut’s Avery Point Campus from Jan. 23 through March 15, with an opening reception Jan 24. The reception will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. at the READ MORE.
01/10/2020

CT Arts Alliance’s Annual Meeting – Windham Arts

To celebrate and launch into 2020, CT Arts Alliance is inviting everyone to their upcoming Annual Meeting January 30 @ 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm at The Palace Theatre. Hope you can join us there! https://www.windhamarts.org/event/ct-arts-alliances-annual-meeting/ None of these regional initiatives would have been possible without the Arts Council’s partnership with the CT Arts Alliance, READ MORE.
01/09/2020

Fashion & FestiviTea Fundraiser – Windham Arts

You are cordially invited to attend Art Center East’s Fashion and FestiviTea Fundraiser! Enjoy an afternoon tea with elegant sweets and savories, featuring a show of designs from local and regional fashion designers. https://www.windhamarts.org/event/fashion-festivitea-fundraiser/ You are cordially invited to attend Art Center East’s Fashion and FestiviTea Fundraiser! Enjoy an afternoon tea with elegant sweets and READ MORE.
01/07/2020

Nominate Your Hero in the Arts! – Windham Arts

The Connecticut Arts Hero Awards honor and celebrate Connecticut residents who are doing extraordinary things in the arts, for the arts, and through the arts in Connecticut. If you know a special someone who has contributed significantly to the arts in Connecticut, please take a moment to nominate this individual by February 3! https://www.windhamarts.org/2019/12/nominate-your-hero-in-the-arts/ The READ MORE.
01/05/2020

Repair Café – Windham Arts

What do you do with a dress that has a tear? With a toaster that no longer works? Toss it? No way! The region’s next Repair Café is Saturday, January 11th, 2020 from 10:00 am-2:00 pm at the First Congregational Church’s Arnold Auditorium, 199 Valley Street in Willimantic. https://www.windhamarts.org/event/repair-cafe/ A Repair Café is a free READ MORE.
01/03/2020

Windham Theatre Guild’s Giant Indoor Tag Sale – Windham Arts

Saturday, January 11th from 9 am – 1 pm Windham Theatre Guild will hold its annual Giant Indoor Tag Sale at Burton Leavitt Theatre. Find furniture, jewelry, books, housewares, craft supplies, holiday decorations, and toys! All proceeds to benefit Windham Theatre Guild 🙂 https://www.windhamarts.org/event/windham-theatre-guilds-giant-indoor-tag-sale/ Come shopping for bargains at the Giant Indoor Tag Sale at READ MORE.
12/27/2019

Open Auditions for Calendar Girls – Windham Arts

Calling all artists! The Windham Theatre Guild will hold Open Auditions for the March/April 2020 Main Stage production of Calendar Girls by Tim Firth. Auditions will be held on Sunday and Monday, January 12th & 13th at 7:00pm at the First Congregational Church. https://www.windhamarts.org/event/open-auditions-for-calendar-girls/ The Windham Theatre Guild will hold Open Auditions for the March/April READ MORE.
12/21/2019

People Are Awesome

Art comes in so many forms. Check out this way using the power of the sun to burn images into wood! Don’t forget we have amazing creatives right here in our Quiet Corner. The Emporium at East Brook Mall has unique gifts made by the hands of artists and creatives. We are open only four READ MORE.
12/20/2019

Photos from WindhamARTS’s post

Check out Gregory Cariglia’s diverse art and John C. Starinovich’s sculptures that he creates using tree holes! These talented artists are featured this week at the Emporium at East Brook Mall. We hope you’ll stop by to see their work! Read the article on facebook.com READ MORE.

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