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May
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May
20
The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of greatness, and tell authentic stories of athletic struggle and uplift. The show is curated by Kathryn Leann Harris and Douglas Stark of Interpreting Sports. Support provided by CT Humanities.
Arts Council
Member
5/20/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography

The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of...
Monday
May 20
@
8:30 am
-
7:00 pm
Housatonic Museum of Art
in
Bridgeport
Housatonic Museum of Art
Online Event
Bridgeport
Mon
May
20
Mon
May
20
Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare, Crescendo, Legato, Elegy, and Fugue — is named for, and linked to, a specific expression found in music. Visitors to the gallery can scan a QR code next to each piece and listen to the musical selections that the artist used as inspiration. Also on view are several maquettes that Siff made as studies prior to the construction of these awe inspiring works. Artists’ reception and talk: Sunday, May 5, 2-4 pm. Reception: 2-3 pm in the Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs: 3-4 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/20/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Finely Tuned: Paintings by Marlene Siff

Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare,...
Monday
May 20
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Mon
May
20
Mon
May
20
Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to gender bias. Her designs combine digital photo-based collage, with textiles such as saris, hand-made paper, cast sculpture, trims, jewels, and embellishments; her methods include disassembling/re-working existing garments, hand-sewing, and beading, and more. Artists’ reception and talk: Wednesday, May 1, 6-8 pm. Reception: 6-7 pm, Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs, 7-8 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/20/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell

Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to...
Monday
May 20
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Mon
May
20
Mon
May
20
Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony, Nurture. In different languages and across many boundaries, their words were all the same. Through paint, sculpture, and mixed media, she conveys the fragility of our planet, and its natural and eternal beauty. Musick’s work has been exhibited throughout the nation with over 50 permanent installations. She was married to Skylab 4 Commander, astronaut Jerry Carr. Their life is the subject of the award-winning film "The Artist & The Astronaut," which had its CT premiere at the SM&NC last May.
Arts Council
Member
5/20/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

On View: “Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home”

Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony,...
Monday
May 20
@
9:00 am
-
5:00 pm
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
in
Stamford
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
Online Event
Stamford
Mon
May
20
Mon
May
20
The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library, Weston, CT.
Arts Council
Member
5/20/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Photography Exhibit: Water

The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library,...
Monday
May 20
@
9:00 am
-
8:00 pm
Weston Public Library Community Room
in
Weston
Weston Public Library Community Room
Online Event
Weston
Mon
May
20
Mon
May
20
Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be on view through June 1st, 2024. Dweck is a multi-disciplinary artist primarily known for working in photography, most notably for his series documenting niche socio-cultural identities such as Mermaids, Habana Libre, and The End: Montauk. Over the years his artistic practice expanded to sculpture and filmmaking, and more recently he has delved into painting. The gallery will be presenting Blunderbust, Dweck’s first paintings from the multi-media corpus that also includes photography, sculpture,
Arts Council
Member
5/20/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Michael Dweck: Blunderbust opens April 11

Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be...
Monday
May 20
@
10:30 am
-
5:30 pm
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
in
Greenwich
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
Online Event
Greenwich
Mon
May
20
Mon
May
20
The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern photojournalism as it depicted a quickly-evolving world. On view March 6-July 7, 2024, the exhibition features more than 70 images by the only women employed as full-time photographers by LIFE between the late 1930s and the early 1970s. LIFE: Six Women Photographers has been organized by the New-York Historical Society.
Arts Council
Member
5/20/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

LIFE: Six Women Photographers exhibition

The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern...
Monday
May 20
@
12:00 pm
-
4:00 pm
Greenwich Historical Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Historical Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Mon
May
20
Mon
May
20
Program DescriptionTo start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused on this class. The first and most pressing to acquire are Values, Colors, Materials, and Basic Techniques, all of which we tackle with the spirit of a ballet dancer's moves. Knowing these principles provides you with the verve and self-assurance of having acquired a solid foundation that leads to painting more complex subject matter in the next step, the Intermediate & Advanced Watercolor class.
Arts Council
Member
5/20/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Beginning Watercolor Classes with Greta Corens

Program Description To start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused...
Monday
May 20
@
4:00 pm
-
7:30 pm
Greenwich Art Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Art Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Mon
May
20
Mon
May
20
Program DescriptionPut together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color, texture, and composition as you juxtapose and transform materials into new visual statements that may range from autobiographical expressions to interpretations of our society and imaginary visions. Experiment with the addition of paint and other media to enhance your images. Max. 8 students. Adults or Teens.
Arts Council
Member
5/20/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Collage and Assemblage with Mixed Media via Zoom with Carol Dixon

Program Description Put together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color,...
Monday
May 20
@
4:30 pm
-
6:30 pm
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Greenwich
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Online Event
Greenwich
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of greatness, and tell authentic stories of athletic struggle and uplift. The show is curated by Kathryn Leann Harris and Douglas Stark of Interpreting Sports. Support provided by CT Humanities.
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography

The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of...
Tuesday
May 21
@
8:30 am
-
7:00 pm
Housatonic Museum of Art
in
Bridgeport
Housatonic Museum of Art
Online Event
Bridgeport
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare, Crescendo, Legato, Elegy, and Fugue — is named for, and linked to, a specific expression found in music. Visitors to the gallery can scan a QR code next to each piece and listen to the musical selections that the artist used as inspiration. Also on view are several maquettes that Siff made as studies prior to the construction of these awe inspiring works. Artists’ reception and talk: Sunday, May 5, 2-4 pm. Reception: 2-3 pm in the Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs: 3-4 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Finely Tuned: Paintings by Marlene Siff

Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare,...
Tuesday
May 21
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library, Weston, CT.
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Photography Exhibit: Water

The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library,...
Tuesday
May 21
@
9:00 am
-
8:00 pm
Weston Public Library Community Room
in
Weston
Weston Public Library Community Room
Online Event
Weston
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to gender bias. Her designs combine digital photo-based collage, with textiles such as saris, hand-made paper, cast sculpture, trims, jewels, and embellishments; her methods include disassembling/re-working existing garments, hand-sewing, and beading, and more. Artists’ reception and talk: Wednesday, May 1, 6-8 pm. Reception: 6-7 pm, Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs, 7-8 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell

Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to...
Tuesday
May 21
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony, Nurture. In different languages and across many boundaries, their words were all the same. Through paint, sculpture, and mixed media, she conveys the fragility of our planet, and its natural and eternal beauty. Musick’s work has been exhibited throughout the nation with over 50 permanent installations. She was married to Skylab 4 Commander, astronaut Jerry Carr. Their life is the subject of the award-winning film "The Artist & The Astronaut," which had its CT premiere at the SM&NC last May.
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

On View: “Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home”

Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony,...
Tuesday
May 21
@
9:00 am
-
5:00 pm
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
in
Stamford
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
Online Event
Stamford
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
Spring 2024 Hours: Open on Tuesdays from 10 am to 12 pm through June 11, 2024 The Victorian Cottage is the Fairfield Museum’s early childhood education space designed for kids to create, explore, and play. Free with Museum Admission. Please check in at the front desk before heading over to the Victorian Cottage. [https://www.fairfieldhistory.org/event/open-play-victorian-cottage-33/](https://www.fairfieldhistory.org/event/open-play-victorian-cottage-33)
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Repeating event
Family & Education

The Victorian Cottage

Spring 2024 Hours: Open on Tuesdays from 10 am to 12 pm through June 11, 2024 The Victorian Cottage is the Fairfield Museum’s early childhood education space designed for kids to create, explore,...
Tuesday
May 21
@
10:00 am
-
12:00 pm
Fairfield Museum
in
Fairfield
Fairfield Museum
Online Event
Fairfield
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be on view through June 1st, 2024. Dweck is a multi-disciplinary artist primarily known for working in photography, most notably for his series documenting niche socio-cultural identities such as Mermaids, Habana Libre, and The End: Montauk. Over the years his artistic practice expanded to sculpture and filmmaking, and more recently he has delved into painting. The gallery will be presenting Blunderbust, Dweck’s first paintings from the multi-media corpus that also includes photography, sculpture,
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Michael Dweck: Blunderbust opens April 11

Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be...
Tuesday
May 21
@
10:30 am
-
5:30 pm
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
in
Greenwich
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
Online Event
Greenwich
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
This whimsical exhibition of Peter Anton’s outsized, hyper-realistic sculptures of sweets will include ice cream cones, cakes and confections. Anton has experimented with various methods, including wood, metal, plaster, resin, and oil and acrylic paints to achieve the physicality of his monumental desserts. He chooses subjects that encourage people to think about their own relationship to food, and the memories and nostalgia that these childhood favorites conjure. Peter Anton, _Grand Deluxe Assortment_, 2024 mixed media. ©2024 Peter Anton
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Peter Anton: Just Desserts

This whimsical exhibition of Peter Anton’s outsized, hyper-realistic sculptures of sweets will include ice cream cones, cakes and confections. Anton has experimented with various methods, including...
Tuesday
May 21
@
11:00 am
-
4:00 pm
Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery
in
Fairfield
Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery
Online Event
Fairfield
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
In this exhibition of recent work, Chamlin explores ideas about color theory and light through a series of landscape and interior stills. Since 2012, the artist has carefully charted her paints using the Munsell color system, which analyzes colors in terms of hue (the color itself), value (relative light and dark) and chroma (level of saturation or brilliance). For each of her paintings, Chamlin sets a highly specific palette; experimentation within this limited range then guides her decisions about process and pictorial space. **About the Artist** Chamlin is Associate Professor of Studio Art in the Department of Visual & Performing Arts at Fairfield University. Her drawings are in the collections of the National Gallery of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, and the Nelson Atkins Museum. Chamlin has attended residencies at the Albers Foundation, Yaddo, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Ragdale, Fundación Valparaiso, and Edna St. Vincent Millay Colony. Chamlin received her B.A. from Barnard College and M.F.A. from Yale University. For more about the exhibition, visit our website [here](https://fairfield.edu/museum/suzanne-chamlin). Suzanne Chamlin, _Painter Hill Road_ 2, 2022, oil on canvas. © Suzanne Chamlin. Photo credit: Malcolm Varon, nyc
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Suzanne Chamlin: Studies in Color

In this exhibition of recent work, Chamlin explores ideas about color theory and light through a series of landscape and interior stills. Since 2012, the artist has carefully charted her paints...
Tuesday
May 21
@
11:00 am
-
4:00 pm
Bellarmine Hall, Bellarmine Hall Galleries
in
Fairfield
Bellarmine Hall, Bellarmine Hall Galleries
Online Event
Fairfield
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern photojournalism as it depicted a quickly-evolving world. On view March 6-July 7, 2024, the exhibition features more than 70 images by the only women employed as full-time photographers by LIFE between the late 1930s and the early 1970s. LIFE: Six Women Photographers has been organized by the New-York Historical Society.
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

LIFE: Six Women Photographers exhibition

The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern...
Tuesday
May 21
@
12:00 pm
-
4:00 pm
Greenwich Historical Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Historical Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
A new show at the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC), “Community Sponsored Awards,” will be on view May 19 through June 16, 2024. This year, artwork in the exhibition will feature local scenes by RAC Exhibiting Members with cash awards thanks to individuals and merchants in the area.   The opening reception on Sunday, May 19 from 4 pm to 6 pm is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 12 to 5 pm plus Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm.   RAC celebrates the study, creation and appreciation of the arts through classes, exhibitions and events open to all in the community. For over 60 years, this nonprofit organization has been a cultural gem in Rowayton, CT. The gallery and art school overlook the scenic Five Mile River at 145 Rowayton Avenue with space for regional artists to exhibit their art and a classroom for workshops and classes at all levels offered to children and adults. Visit [rowaytonarts.org](http://www.rowaytonartscenter.org) and follow @rowaytonarts.
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Rowayton Arts Center “Community Sponsored Awards” Exhibition

A new show at the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC), “Community Sponsored Awards,” will be on view May 19 through June 16, 2024. This year, artwork in the exhibition will feature local scenes by RAC...
Tuesday
May 21
@
12:00 pm
-
5:00 pm
Rowayton Arts Center
in
Rowayton
Rowayton Arts Center
Online Event
Rowayton
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
Pre-screening talk with Orin Grossman: 12 p.m.This free pre-screening talk will take place at the Dolan School of Business Event Hall.Pre-talks require advanced registration. In her Met debut, Asmik Grigorian tackles the demanding role of Cio-Cio-San, the trusting geisha at the heart of Puccini’s tragedy. Tenor Jonathan Tetelman is the callous American naval officer Pinkerton whose betrayal destroys her. Mezzo-soprano Elizabeth DeShong is the steadfast maid Suzuki, and baritone Lucas Meachem is the American consul Sharpless. Acclaimed maestro Xian Zhang makes her Met debut conducting Anthony Minghella’s vivid production.
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Single event
Arts

The Met: Live in HD | Puccini’s Madama Butterfly

Pre-screening talk with Orin Grossman: 12 p.m. This free pre-screening talk will take place at the Dolan School of Business Event Hall. Pre-talks require advanced registration. In her Met debut,...
Tuesday
May 21
@
1:00 pm
-
4:15 pm
Quick Center for the Arts at Fairfield University
in
Fairfield
Quick Center for the Arts at Fairfield University
Online Event
Fairfield
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
Program DescriptionTo start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused on this class. The first and most pressing to acquire are Values, Colors, Materials, and Basic Techniques, all of which we tackle with the spirit of a ballet dancer's moves. Knowing these principles provides you with the verve and self-assurance of having acquired a solid foundation that leads to painting more complex subject matter in the next step, the Intermediate & Advanced Watercolor class.
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Beginning Watercolor Classes with Greta Corens

Program Description To start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused...
Tuesday
May 21
@
4:00 pm
-
7:30 pm
Greenwich Art Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Art Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Tue
May
21
Tue
May
21
Program DescriptionPut together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color, texture, and composition as you juxtapose and transform materials into new visual statements that may range from autobiographical expressions to interpretations of our society and imaginary visions. Experiment with the addition of paint and other media to enhance your images. Max. 8 students. Adults or Teens.
Arts Council
Member
5/21/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Collage and Assemblage with Mixed Media via Zoom with Carol Dixon

Program Description Put together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color,...
Tuesday
May 21
@
4:30 pm
-
6:30 pm
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in
Greenwich
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Online Event
Greenwich
Wed
May
22
Wed
May
22
The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of greatness, and tell authentic stories of athletic struggle and uplift. The show is curated by Kathryn Leann Harris and Douglas Stark of Interpreting Sports. Support provided by CT Humanities.
Arts Council
Member
5/22/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography

The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of...
Wednesday
May 22
@
8:30 am
-
7:00 pm
Housatonic Museum of Art
in
Bridgeport
Housatonic Museum of Art
Online Event
Bridgeport
Wed
May
22
Wed
May
22
Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare, Crescendo, Legato, Elegy, and Fugue — is named for, and linked to, a specific expression found in music. Visitors to the gallery can scan a QR code next to each piece and listen to the musical selections that the artist used as inspiration. Also on view are several maquettes that Siff made as studies prior to the construction of these awe inspiring works. Artists’ reception and talk: Sunday, May 5, 2-4 pm. Reception: 2-3 pm in the Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs: 3-4 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/22/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Finely Tuned: Paintings by Marlene Siff

Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare,...
Wednesday
May 22
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Wed
May
22
Wed
May
22
Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to gender bias. Her designs combine digital photo-based collage, with textiles such as saris, hand-made paper, cast sculpture, trims, jewels, and embellishments; her methods include disassembling/re-working existing garments, hand-sewing, and beading, and more. Artists’ reception and talk: Wednesday, May 1, 6-8 pm. Reception: 6-7 pm, Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs, 7-8 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/22/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell

Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to...
Wednesday
May 22
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Wed
May
22
Wed
May
22
Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony, Nurture. In different languages and across many boundaries, their words were all the same. Through paint, sculpture, and mixed media, she conveys the fragility of our planet, and its natural and eternal beauty. Musick’s work has been exhibited throughout the nation with over 50 permanent installations. She was married to Skylab 4 Commander, astronaut Jerry Carr. Their life is the subject of the award-winning film "The Artist & The Astronaut," which had its CT premiere at the SM&NC last May.
Arts Council
Member
5/22/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

On View: “Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home”

Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony,...
Wednesday
May 22
@
9:00 am
-
5:00 pm
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
in
Stamford
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
Online Event
Stamford
Wed
May
22
Wed
May
22
The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library, Weston, CT.
Arts Council
Member
5/22/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Photography Exhibit: Water

The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library,...
Wednesday
May 22
@
9:00 am
-
8:00 pm
Weston Public Library Community Room
in
Weston
Weston Public Library Community Room
Online Event
Weston
Wed
May
22
Wed
May
22
Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be on view through June 1st, 2024. Dweck is a multi-disciplinary artist primarily known for working in photography, most notably for his series documenting niche socio-cultural identities such as Mermaids, Habana Libre, and The End: Montauk. Over the years his artistic practice expanded to sculpture and filmmaking, and more recently he has delved into painting. The gallery will be presenting Blunderbust, Dweck’s first paintings from the multi-media corpus that also includes photography, sculpture,
Arts Council
Member
5/22/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Michael Dweck: Blunderbust opens April 11

Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be...
Wednesday
May 22
@
10:30 am
-
5:30 pm
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
in
Greenwich
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
Online Event
Greenwich
Wed
May
22
Wed
May
22
In this exhibition of recent work, Chamlin explores ideas about color theory and light through a series of landscape and interior stills. Since 2012, the artist has carefully charted her paints using the Munsell color system, which analyzes colors in terms of hue (the color itself), value (relative light and dark) and chroma (level of saturation or brilliance). For each of her paintings, Chamlin sets a highly specific palette; experimentation within this limited range then guides her decisions about process and pictorial space. **About the Artist** Chamlin is Associate Professor of Studio Art in the Department of Visual & Performing Arts at Fairfield University. Her drawings are in the collections of the National Gallery of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, and the Nelson Atkins Museum. Chamlin has attended residencies at the Albers Foundation, Yaddo, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Ragdale, Fundación Valparaiso, and Edna St. Vincent Millay Colony. Chamlin received her B.A. from Barnard College and M.F.A. from Yale University. For more about the exhibition, visit our website [here](https://fairfield.edu/museum/suzanne-chamlin). Suzanne Chamlin, _Painter Hill Road_ 2, 2022, oil on canvas. © Suzanne Chamlin. Photo credit: Malcolm Varon, nyc
Arts Council
Member
5/22/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Suzanne Chamlin: Studies in Color

In this exhibition of recent work, Chamlin explores ideas about color theory and light through a series of landscape and interior stills. Since 2012, the artist has carefully charted her paints...
Wednesday
May 22
@
11:00 am
-
4:00 pm
Bellarmine Hall, Bellarmine Hall Galleries
in
Fairfield
Bellarmine Hall, Bellarmine Hall Galleries
Online Event
Fairfield
Wed
May
22
Wed
May
22
This whimsical exhibition of Peter Anton’s outsized, hyper-realistic sculptures of sweets will include ice cream cones, cakes and confections. Anton has experimented with various methods, including wood, metal, plaster, resin, and oil and acrylic paints to achieve the physicality of his monumental desserts. He chooses subjects that encourage people to think about their own relationship to food, and the memories and nostalgia that these childhood favorites conjure. Peter Anton, _Grand Deluxe Assortment_, 2024 mixed media. ©2024 Peter Anton
Arts Council
Member
5/22/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Peter Anton: Just Desserts

This whimsical exhibition of Peter Anton’s outsized, hyper-realistic sculptures of sweets will include ice cream cones, cakes and confections. Anton has experimented with various methods, including...
Wednesday
May 22
@
11:00 am
-
4:00 pm
Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery
in
Fairfield
Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery
Online Event
Fairfield
Wed
May
22
Wed
May
22
The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern photojournalism as it depicted a quickly-evolving world. On view March 6-July 7, 2024, the exhibition features more than 70 images by the only women employed as full-time photographers by LIFE between the late 1930s and the early 1970s. LIFE: Six Women Photographers has been organized by the New-York Historical Society.
Arts Council
Member
5/22/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

LIFE: Six Women Photographers exhibition

The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern...
Wednesday
May 22
@
12:00 pm
-
4:00 pm
Greenwich Historical Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Historical Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Wed
May
22
Wed
May
22
A new show at the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC), “Community Sponsored Awards,” will be on view May 19 through June 16, 2024. This year, artwork in the exhibition will feature local scenes by RAC Exhibiting Members with cash awards thanks to individuals and merchants in the area.   The opening reception on Sunday, May 19 from 4 pm to 6 pm is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 12 to 5 pm plus Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm.   RAC celebrates the study, creation and appreciation of the arts through classes, exhibitions and events open to all in the community. For over 60 years, this nonprofit organization has been a cultural gem in Rowayton, CT. The gallery and art school overlook the scenic Five Mile River at 145 Rowayton Avenue with space for regional artists to exhibit their art and a classroom for workshops and classes at all levels offered to children and adults. Visit [rowaytonarts.org](http://www.rowaytonartscenter.org) and follow @rowaytonarts.
Arts Council
Member
5/22/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Rowayton Arts Center “Community Sponsored Awards” Exhibition

A new show at the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC), “Community Sponsored Awards,” will be on view May 19 through June 16, 2024. This year, artwork in the exhibition will feature local scenes by RAC...
Wednesday
May 22
@
12:00 pm
-
5:00 pm
Rowayton Arts Center
in
Rowayton
Rowayton Arts Center
Online Event
Rowayton
Wed
May
22
Wed
May
22
Program DescriptionTo start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused on this class. The first and most pressing to acquire are Values, Colors, Materials, and Basic Techniques, all of which we tackle with the spirit of a ballet dancer's moves. Knowing these principles provides you with the verve and self-assurance of having acquired a solid foundation that leads to painting more complex subject matter in the next step, the Intermediate & Advanced Watercolor class.
Arts Council
Member
5/22/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Beginning Watercolor Classes with Greta Corens

Program Description To start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused...
Wednesday
May 22
@
4:00 pm
-
7:30 pm
Greenwich Art Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Art Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Wed
May
22
Wed
May
22
Program DescriptionPut together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color, texture, and composition as you juxtapose and transform materials into new visual statements that may range from autobiographical expressions to interpretations of our society and imaginary visions. Experiment with the addition of paint and other media to enhance your images. Max. 8 students. Adults or Teens.
Arts Council
Member
5/22/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Collage and Assemblage with Mixed Media via Zoom with Carol Dixon

Program Description Put together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color,...
Wednesday
May 22
@
4:30 pm
-
6:30 pm
zoom
in
Greenwich
zoom
Online Event
Greenwich
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of greatness, and tell authentic stories of athletic struggle and uplift. The show is curated by Kathryn Leann Harris and Douglas Stark of Interpreting Sports. Support provided by CT Humanities.
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography

The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of...
Thursday
May 23
@
8:30 am
-
7:00 pm
Housatonic Museum of Art
in
Bridgeport
Housatonic Museum of Art
Online Event
Bridgeport
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare, Crescendo, Legato, Elegy, and Fugue — is named for, and linked to, a specific expression found in music. Visitors to the gallery can scan a QR code next to each piece and listen to the musical selections that the artist used as inspiration. Also on view are several maquettes that Siff made as studies prior to the construction of these awe inspiring works. Artists’ reception and talk: Sunday, May 5, 2-4 pm. Reception: 2-3 pm in the Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs: 3-4 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Finely Tuned: Paintings by Marlene Siff

Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare,...
Thursday
May 23
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to gender bias. Her designs combine digital photo-based collage, with textiles such as saris, hand-made paper, cast sculpture, trims, jewels, and embellishments; her methods include disassembling/re-working existing garments, hand-sewing, and beading, and more. Artists’ reception and talk: Wednesday, May 1, 6-8 pm. Reception: 6-7 pm, Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs, 7-8 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell

Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to...
Thursday
May 23
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony, Nurture. In different languages and across many boundaries, their words were all the same. Through paint, sculpture, and mixed media, she conveys the fragility of our planet, and its natural and eternal beauty. Musick’s work has been exhibited throughout the nation with over 50 permanent installations. She was married to Skylab 4 Commander, astronaut Jerry Carr. Their life is the subject of the award-winning film "The Artist & The Astronaut," which had its CT premiere at the SM&NC last May.
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

On View: “Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home”

Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony,...
Thursday
May 23
@
9:00 am
-
5:00 pm
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
in
Stamford
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
Online Event
Stamford
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library, Weston, CT.
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Photography Exhibit: Water

The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library,...
Thursday
May 23
@
9:00 am
-
8:00 pm
Weston Public Library Community Room
in
Weston
Weston Public Library Community Room
Online Event
Weston
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be on view through June 1st, 2024. Dweck is a multi-disciplinary artist primarily known for working in photography, most notably for his series documenting niche socio-cultural identities such as Mermaids, Habana Libre, and The End: Montauk. Over the years his artistic practice expanded to sculpture and filmmaking, and more recently he has delved into painting. The gallery will be presenting Blunderbust, Dweck’s first paintings from the multi-media corpus that also includes photography, sculpture,
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Michael Dweck: Blunderbust opens April 11

Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be...
Thursday
May 23
@
10:30 am
-
5:30 pm
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
in
Greenwich
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
Online Event
Greenwich
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
In this exhibition of recent work, Chamlin explores ideas about color theory and light through a series of landscape and interior stills. Since 2012, the artist has carefully charted her paints using the Munsell color system, which analyzes colors in terms of hue (the color itself), value (relative light and dark) and chroma (level of saturation or brilliance). For each of her paintings, Chamlin sets a highly specific palette; experimentation within this limited range then guides her decisions about process and pictorial space. **About the Artist** Chamlin is Associate Professor of Studio Art in the Department of Visual & Performing Arts at Fairfield University. Her drawings are in the collections of the National Gallery of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, and the Nelson Atkins Museum. Chamlin has attended residencies at the Albers Foundation, Yaddo, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Ragdale, Fundación Valparaiso, and Edna St. Vincent Millay Colony. Chamlin received her B.A. from Barnard College and M.F.A. from Yale University. For more about the exhibition, visit our website [here](https://fairfield.edu/museum/suzanne-chamlin). Suzanne Chamlin, _Painter Hill Road_ 2, 2022, oil on canvas. © Suzanne Chamlin. Photo credit: Malcolm Varon, nyc
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Suzanne Chamlin: Studies in Color

In this exhibition of recent work, Chamlin explores ideas about color theory and light through a series of landscape and interior stills. Since 2012, the artist has carefully charted her paints...
Thursday
May 23
@
11:00 am
-
8:00 pm
Bellarmine Hall, Bellarmine Hall Galleries
in
Fairfield
Bellarmine Hall, Bellarmine Hall Galleries
Online Event
Fairfield
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
This whimsical exhibition of Peter Anton’s outsized, hyper-realistic sculptures of sweets will include ice cream cones, cakes and confections. Anton has experimented with various methods, including wood, metal, plaster, resin, and oil and acrylic paints to achieve the physicality of his monumental desserts. He chooses subjects that encourage people to think about their own relationship to food, and the memories and nostalgia that these childhood favorites conjure. Peter Anton, _Grand Deluxe Assortment_, 2024 mixed media. ©2024 Peter Anton
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Peter Anton: Just Desserts

This whimsical exhibition of Peter Anton’s outsized, hyper-realistic sculptures of sweets will include ice cream cones, cakes and confections. Anton has experimented with various methods, including...
Thursday
May 23
@
11:00 am
-
8:00 pm
Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery
in
Fairfield
Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery
Online Event
Fairfield
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern photojournalism as it depicted a quickly-evolving world. On view March 6-July 7, 2024, the exhibition features more than 70 images by the only women employed as full-time photographers by LIFE between the late 1930s and the early 1970s. LIFE: Six Women Photographers has been organized by the New-York Historical Society.
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

LIFE: Six Women Photographers exhibition

The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern...
Thursday
May 23
@
12:00 pm
-
4:00 pm
Greenwich Historical Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Historical Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
A new show at the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC), “Community Sponsored Awards,” will be on view May 19 through June 16, 2024. This year, artwork in the exhibition will feature local scenes by RAC Exhibiting Members with cash awards thanks to individuals and merchants in the area.   The opening reception on Sunday, May 19 from 4 pm to 6 pm is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 12 to 5 pm plus Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm.   RAC celebrates the study, creation and appreciation of the arts through classes, exhibitions and events open to all in the community. For over 60 years, this nonprofit organization has been a cultural gem in Rowayton, CT. The gallery and art school overlook the scenic Five Mile River at 145 Rowayton Avenue with space for regional artists to exhibit their art and a classroom for workshops and classes at all levels offered to children and adults. Visit [rowaytonarts.org](http://www.rowaytonartscenter.org) and follow @rowaytonarts.
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Rowayton Arts Center “Community Sponsored Awards” Exhibition

A new show at the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC), “Community Sponsored Awards,” will be on view May 19 through June 16, 2024. This year, artwork in the exhibition will feature local scenes by RAC...
Thursday
May 23
@
12:00 pm
-
5:00 pm
Rowayton Arts Center
in
Rowayton
Rowayton Arts Center
Online Event
Rowayton
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
Exploring questions of revolution and textual resistance in the contemporary moment, the exhibition considers both overt and nuanced forms of protest. In merging MoCA Westport’s gallery space with the first New England installation of Black Art Library, this exhibition seeks to explore how the visual and the literary intersect and inspire each other.
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Single event
Arts

Docent Led Tour | It Will Go On

Exploring questions of revolution and textual resistance in the contemporary moment, the exhibition considers both overt and nuanced forms of protest. In merging MoCA Westport’s gallery space with...
Thursday
May 23
@
1:00 pm
-
12:00 am
MoCA Westport
in
Westport
MoCA Westport
Online Event
Westport
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
Program DescriptionTo start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused on this class. The first and most pressing to acquire are Values, Colors, Materials, and Basic Techniques, all of which we tackle with the spirit of a ballet dancer's moves. Knowing these principles provides you with the verve and self-assurance of having acquired a solid foundation that leads to painting more complex subject matter in the next step, the Intermediate & Advanced Watercolor class.
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Beginning Watercolor Classes with Greta Corens

Program Description To start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused...
Thursday
May 23
@
4:00 pm
-
7:30 pm
Greenwich Art Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Art Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
Program DescriptionPut together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color, texture, and composition as you juxtapose and transform materials into new visual statements that may range from autobiographical expressions to interpretations of our society and imaginary visions. Experiment with the addition of paint and other media to enhance your images. Max. 8 students. Adults or Teens.
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Collage and Assemblage with Mixed Media via Zoom with Carol Dixon

Program Description Put together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color,...
Thursday
May 23
@
4:30 pm
-
6:30 pm
zoom
in
Greenwich
zoom
Online Event
Greenwich
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
**Bruce Presents: George Morrison, McArthur Binion, and Me–Artist talk with Bruce Museum Inaugural Artist-in-Residence Kimberly Klauss** During this program, Artist-in-Residence Kimberly Klauss will delve into the profound influence of two iconic figures in the art world: George Morrison, a seminal Native American artist known for his abstract landscapes and powerful use of color and form, and McArthur Binion, a celebrated abstract artist known for his grid-based compositions and exploration of identity. Klauss will share personal reflections on how Morrison and Binion's work has impacted her own artistic vision.
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Single event
Arts

Art Talk: Artist-in-Residence Kimberly Klauss

Bruce Presents: George Morrison, McArthur Binion, and Me–Artist talk with Bruce Museum Inaugural Artist-in-Residence Kimberly Klauss During this program, Artist-in-Residence Kimberly Klauss will...
Thursday
May 23
@
6:00 pm
-
7:30 pm
Bruce Museum
in
Greenwich
Bruce Museum
Online Event
Greenwich
Thu
May
23
Thu
May
23
 All participants will be entered to win a copy of the book!  Join us for a unique look into the history of crime told through the dark objects left behind. The false teeth of a female serial killer from 1908, the cut-and-paste confession of the Black Dahlia killer, the newly cracked cipher of the Zodiac killer, the shotgun used in the Clutter family murders, which were made famous by Truman Capote’s true crime classic In Cold Blood—these are more than simple artifacts that once belonged to notorious murderers. They are objets of fascination to the legion of true crime obsessives around the world. And not merely for fleeting dark thrills, but because they represent a way to better understand those who we typically label monsters in lieu of learning how they actually became one.
Arts Council
Member
5/23/2024
Single event
History & Culture

Virtual: Murderabilia: A History of Crime in 100 Objects with Author Harold Schechter

All participants will be entered to win a copy of the book! Join us for a unique look into the history of crime told through the dark objects left behind. The false teeth of a female serial killer...
Thursday
May 23
@
7:00 pm
-
8:00 pm
in
Online Event
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of greatness, and tell authentic stories of athletic struggle and uplift. The show is curated by Kathryn Leann Harris and Douglas Stark of Interpreting Sports. Support provided by CT Humanities.
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography

The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of...
Friday
May 24
@
8:30 am
-
7:00 pm
Housatonic Museum of Art
in
Bridgeport
Housatonic Museum of Art
Online Event
Bridgeport
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare, Crescendo, Legato, Elegy, and Fugue — is named for, and linked to, a specific expression found in music. Visitors to the gallery can scan a QR code next to each piece and listen to the musical selections that the artist used as inspiration. Also on view are several maquettes that Siff made as studies prior to the construction of these awe inspiring works. Artists’ reception and talk: Sunday, May 5, 2-4 pm. Reception: 2-3 pm in the Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs: 3-4 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Finely Tuned: Paintings by Marlene Siff

Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare,...
Friday
May 24
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library, Weston, CT.
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Photography Exhibit: Water

The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library,...
Friday
May 24
@
9:00 am
-
8:00 pm
Weston Public Library Community Room
in
Weston
Weston Public Library Community Room
Online Event
Weston
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony, Nurture. In different languages and across many boundaries, their words were all the same. Through paint, sculpture, and mixed media, she conveys the fragility of our planet, and its natural and eternal beauty. Musick’s work has been exhibited throughout the nation with over 50 permanent installations. She was married to Skylab 4 Commander, astronaut Jerry Carr. Their life is the subject of the award-winning film "The Artist & The Astronaut," which had its CT premiere at the SM&NC last May.
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

On View: “Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home”

Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony,...
Friday
May 24
@
9:00 am
-
5:00 pm
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
in
Stamford
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
Online Event
Stamford
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to gender bias. Her designs combine digital photo-based collage, with textiles such as saris, hand-made paper, cast sculpture, trims, jewels, and embellishments; her methods include disassembling/re-working existing garments, hand-sewing, and beading, and more. Artists’ reception and talk: Wednesday, May 1, 6-8 pm. Reception: 6-7 pm, Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs, 7-8 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell

Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to...
Friday
May 24
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be on view through June 1st, 2024. Dweck is a multi-disciplinary artist primarily known for working in photography, most notably for his series documenting niche socio-cultural identities such as Mermaids, Habana Libre, and The End: Montauk. Over the years his artistic practice expanded to sculpture and filmmaking, and more recently he has delved into painting. The gallery will be presenting Blunderbust, Dweck’s first paintings from the multi-media corpus that also includes photography, sculpture,
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Michael Dweck: Blunderbust opens April 11

Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be...
Friday
May 24
@
10:30 am
-
5:30 pm
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
in
Greenwich
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
Online Event
Greenwich
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
In this exhibition of recent work, Chamlin explores ideas about color theory and light through a series of landscape and interior stills. Since 2012, the artist has carefully charted her paints using the Munsell color system, which analyzes colors in terms of hue (the color itself), value (relative light and dark) and chroma (level of saturation or brilliance). For each of her paintings, Chamlin sets a highly specific palette; experimentation within this limited range then guides her decisions about process and pictorial space. **About the Artist** Chamlin is Associate Professor of Studio Art in the Department of Visual & Performing Arts at Fairfield University. Her drawings are in the collections of the National Gallery of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, and the Nelson Atkins Museum. Chamlin has attended residencies at the Albers Foundation, Yaddo, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Ragdale, Fundación Valparaiso, and Edna St. Vincent Millay Colony. Chamlin received her B.A. from Barnard College and M.F.A. from Yale University. For more about the exhibition, visit our website [here](https://fairfield.edu/museum/suzanne-chamlin). Suzanne Chamlin, _Painter Hill Road_ 2, 2022, oil on canvas. © Suzanne Chamlin. Photo credit: Malcolm Varon, nyc
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Suzanne Chamlin: Studies in Color

In this exhibition of recent work, Chamlin explores ideas about color theory and light through a series of landscape and interior stills. Since 2012, the artist has carefully charted her paints...
Friday
May 24
@
11:00 am
-
4:00 pm
Bellarmine Hall, Bellarmine Hall Galleries
in
Fairfield
Bellarmine Hall, Bellarmine Hall Galleries
Online Event
Fairfield
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
This whimsical exhibition of Peter Anton’s outsized, hyper-realistic sculptures of sweets will include ice cream cones, cakes and confections. Anton has experimented with various methods, including wood, metal, plaster, resin, and oil and acrylic paints to achieve the physicality of his monumental desserts. He chooses subjects that encourage people to think about their own relationship to food, and the memories and nostalgia that these childhood favorites conjure. Peter Anton, _Grand Deluxe Assortment_, 2024 mixed media. ©2024 Peter Anton
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Peter Anton: Just Desserts

This whimsical exhibition of Peter Anton’s outsized, hyper-realistic sculptures of sweets will include ice cream cones, cakes and confections. Anton has experimented with various methods, including...
Friday
May 24
@
11:00 am
-
4:00 pm
Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery
in
Fairfield
Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery
Online Event
Fairfield
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern photojournalism as it depicted a quickly-evolving world. On view March 6-July 7, 2024, the exhibition features more than 70 images by the only women employed as full-time photographers by LIFE between the late 1930s and the early 1970s. LIFE: Six Women Photographers has been organized by the New-York Historical Society.
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
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Arts

LIFE: Six Women Photographers exhibition

The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern...
Friday
May 24
@
12:00 pm
-
4:00 pm
Greenwich Historical Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Historical Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
A new show at the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC), “Community Sponsored Awards,” will be on view May 19 through June 16, 2024. This year, artwork in the exhibition will feature local scenes by RAC Exhibiting Members with cash awards thanks to individuals and merchants in the area.   The opening reception on Sunday, May 19 from 4 pm to 6 pm is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 12 to 5 pm plus Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm.   RAC celebrates the study, creation and appreciation of the arts through classes, exhibitions and events open to all in the community. For over 60 years, this nonprofit organization has been a cultural gem in Rowayton, CT. The gallery and art school overlook the scenic Five Mile River at 145 Rowayton Avenue with space for regional artists to exhibit their art and a classroom for workshops and classes at all levels offered to children and adults. Visit [rowaytonarts.org](http://www.rowaytonartscenter.org) and follow @rowaytonarts.
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Rowayton Arts Center “Community Sponsored Awards” Exhibition

A new show at the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC), “Community Sponsored Awards,” will be on view May 19 through June 16, 2024. This year, artwork in the exhibition will feature local scenes by RAC...
Friday
May 24
@
12:00 pm
-
5:00 pm
Rowayton Arts Center
in
Rowayton
Rowayton Arts Center
Online Event
Rowayton
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
Exploring questions of revolution and textual resistance in the contemporary moment, the exhibition considers both overt and nuanced forms of protest. In merging MoCA Westport’s gallery space with the first New England installation of Black Art Library, this exhibition seeks to explore how the visual and the literary intersect and inspire each other.
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
Single event
Arts

Docent Led Tour | It Will Go On

Exploring questions of revolution and textual resistance in the contemporary moment, the exhibition considers both overt and nuanced forms of protest. In merging MoCA Westport’s gallery space with...
Friday
May 24
@
1:00 pm
-
12:00 am
MoCA Westport
in
Westport
MoCA Westport
Online Event
Westport
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
Program DescriptionTo start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused on this class. The first and most pressing to acquire are Values, Colors, Materials, and Basic Techniques, all of which we tackle with the spirit of a ballet dancer's moves. Knowing these principles provides you with the verve and self-assurance of having acquired a solid foundation that leads to painting more complex subject matter in the next step, the Intermediate & Advanced Watercolor class.
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Beginning Watercolor Classes with Greta Corens

Program Description To start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused...
Friday
May 24
@
4:00 pm
-
7:30 pm
Greenwich Art Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Art Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Fri
May
24
Fri
May
24
Program DescriptionPut together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color, texture, and composition as you juxtapose and transform materials into new visual statements that may range from autobiographical expressions to interpretations of our society and imaginary visions. Experiment with the addition of paint and other media to enhance your images. Max. 8 students. Adults or Teens.
Arts Council
Member
5/24/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Collage and Assemblage with Mixed Media via Zoom with Carol Dixon

Program Description Put together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color,...
Friday
May 24
@
4:30 pm
-
6:30 pm
zoom
in
Greenwich
zoom
Online Event
Greenwich
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of greatness, and tell authentic stories of athletic struggle and uplift. The show is curated by Kathryn Leann Harris and Douglas Stark of Interpreting Sports. Support provided by CT Humanities.
Arts Council
Member
5/25/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography

The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of...
Saturday
May 25
@
8:30 am
-
7:00 pm
Housatonic Museum of Art
in
Bridgeport
Housatonic Museum of Art
Online Event
Bridgeport
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare, Crescendo, Legato, Elegy, and Fugue — is named for, and linked to, a specific expression found in music. Visitors to the gallery can scan a QR code next to each piece and listen to the musical selections that the artist used as inspiration. Also on view are several maquettes that Siff made as studies prior to the construction of these awe inspiring works. Artists’ reception and talk: Sunday, May 5, 2-4 pm. Reception: 2-3 pm in the Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs: 3-4 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/25/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Finely Tuned: Paintings by Marlene Siff

Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare,...
Saturday
May 25
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony, Nurture. In different languages and across many boundaries, their words were all the same. Through paint, sculpture, and mixed media, she conveys the fragility of our planet, and its natural and eternal beauty. Musick’s work has been exhibited throughout the nation with over 50 permanent installations. She was married to Skylab 4 Commander, astronaut Jerry Carr. Their life is the subject of the award-winning film "The Artist & The Astronaut," which had its CT premiere at the SM&NC last May.
Arts Council
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5/25/2024
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Arts

On View: “Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home”

Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony,...
Saturday
May 25
@
9:00 am
-
5:00 pm
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
in
Stamford
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
Online Event
Stamford
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to gender bias. Her designs combine digital photo-based collage, with textiles such as saris, hand-made paper, cast sculpture, trims, jewels, and embellishments; her methods include disassembling/re-working existing garments, hand-sewing, and beading, and more. Artists’ reception and talk: Wednesday, May 1, 6-8 pm. Reception: 6-7 pm, Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs, 7-8 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/25/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell

Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to...
Saturday
May 25
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library, Weston, CT.
Arts Council
Member
5/25/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Photography Exhibit: Water

The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library,...
Saturday
May 25
@
9:00 am
-
8:00 pm
Weston Public Library Community Room
in
Weston
Weston Public Library Community Room
Online Event
Weston
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
 Imagine it’s the summer of 1920. Westport is a sleepy farm community that lures New York’s most glamorous couple-F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald—to its shores. Zelda swims daily in the peaceful waters of the Long Island Sound while Scott takes advantage of the bucolic quiet to work on what he hopes will be his next great novel—The Great Gatsby. Join the Museum, as we recreate the summer of 1920 and the sites and characters that influenced Fitzgerald’s Great American novel.Come prepared for a gorgeous, vigorous 90-minute walk in one of the East Coast’s most beautiful settings. Please bring water and wear comfortable walking shoes.Reservation required, tickets are non-refundable
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5/25/2024
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History & Culture

Destination Westport: In Gatsby’s Shoes

Imagine it’s the summer of 1920. Westport is a sleepy farm community that lures New York’s most glamorous couple-F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald—to its shores. Zelda swims daily in the peaceful...
Saturday
May 25
@
9:30 am
-
11:00 am
Longshore Marina
in
Westport
Longshore Marina
Online Event
Westport
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
A new show at the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC), “Community Sponsored Awards,” will be on view May 19 through June 16, 2024. This year, artwork in the exhibition will feature local scenes by RAC Exhibiting Members with cash awards thanks to individuals and merchants in the area.   The opening reception on Sunday, May 19 from 4 pm to 6 pm is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 12 to 5 pm plus Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm.   RAC celebrates the study, creation and appreciation of the arts through classes, exhibitions and events open to all in the community. For over 60 years, this nonprofit organization has been a cultural gem in Rowayton, CT. The gallery and art school overlook the scenic Five Mile River at 145 Rowayton Avenue with space for regional artists to exhibit their art and a classroom for workshops and classes at all levels offered to children and adults. Visit [rowaytonarts.org](http://www.rowaytonartscenter.org) and follow @rowaytonarts.
Arts Council
Member
5/25/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Rowayton Arts Center “Community Sponsored Awards” Exhibition

A new show at the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC), “Community Sponsored Awards,” will be on view May 19 through June 16, 2024. This year, artwork in the exhibition will feature local scenes by RAC...
Saturday
May 25
@
10:00 am
-
1:00 pm
Rowayton Arts Center
in
Rowayton
Rowayton Arts Center
Online Event
Rowayton
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be on view through June 1st, 2024. Dweck is a multi-disciplinary artist primarily known for working in photography, most notably for his series documenting niche socio-cultural identities such as Mermaids, Habana Libre, and The End: Montauk. Over the years his artistic practice expanded to sculpture and filmmaking, and more recently he has delved into painting. The gallery will be presenting Blunderbust, Dweck’s first paintings from the multi-media corpus that also includes photography, sculpture,
Arts Council
Member
5/25/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Michael Dweck: Blunderbust opens April 11

Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be...
Saturday
May 25
@
10:30 am
-
5:30 pm
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
in
Greenwich
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
Online Event
Greenwich
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
In this exhibition of recent work, Chamlin explores ideas about color theory and light through a series of landscape and interior stills. Since 2012, the artist has carefully charted her paints using the Munsell color system, which analyzes colors in terms of hue (the color itself), value (relative light and dark) and chroma (level of saturation or brilliance). For each of her paintings, Chamlin sets a highly specific palette; experimentation within this limited range then guides her decisions about process and pictorial space. **About the Artist** Chamlin is Associate Professor of Studio Art in the Department of Visual & Performing Arts at Fairfield University. Her drawings are in the collections of the National Gallery of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, and the Nelson Atkins Museum. Chamlin has attended residencies at the Albers Foundation, Yaddo, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Ragdale, Fundación Valparaiso, and Edna St. Vincent Millay Colony. Chamlin received her B.A. from Barnard College and M.F.A. from Yale University. For more about the exhibition, visit our website [here](https://fairfield.edu/museum/suzanne-chamlin). Suzanne Chamlin, _Painter Hill Road_ 2, 2022, oil on canvas. © Suzanne Chamlin. Photo credit: Malcolm Varon, nyc
Arts Council
Member
5/25/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Suzanne Chamlin: Studies in Color

In this exhibition of recent work, Chamlin explores ideas about color theory and light through a series of landscape and interior stills. Since 2012, the artist has carefully charted her paints...
Saturday
May 25
@
11:00 am
-
4:00 pm
Bellarmine Hall, Bellarmine Hall Galleries
in
Fairfield
Bellarmine Hall, Bellarmine Hall Galleries
Online Event
Fairfield
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
This whimsical exhibition of Peter Anton’s outsized, hyper-realistic sculptures of sweets will include ice cream cones, cakes and confections. Anton has experimented with various methods, including wood, metal, plaster, resin, and oil and acrylic paints to achieve the physicality of his monumental desserts. He chooses subjects that encourage people to think about their own relationship to food, and the memories and nostalgia that these childhood favorites conjure. Peter Anton, _Grand Deluxe Assortment_, 2024 mixed media. ©2024 Peter Anton
Arts Council
Member
5/25/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Peter Anton: Just Desserts

This whimsical exhibition of Peter Anton’s outsized, hyper-realistic sculptures of sweets will include ice cream cones, cakes and confections. Anton has experimented with various methods, including...
Saturday
May 25
@
11:00 am
-
4:00 pm
Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery
in
Fairfield
Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery
Online Event
Fairfield
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern photojournalism as it depicted a quickly-evolving world. On view March 6-July 7, 2024, the exhibition features more than 70 images by the only women employed as full-time photographers by LIFE between the late 1930s and the early 1970s. LIFE: Six Women Photographers has been organized by the New-York Historical Society.
Arts Council
Member
5/25/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

LIFE: Six Women Photographers exhibition

The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern...
Saturday
May 25
@
12:00 pm
-
4:00 pm
Greenwich Historical Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Historical Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25

Family Day: Crafting Sweet Treats

Join us on Saturday, May 25th in the Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery for a Family Day inspired by the exhibition Peter Anton: Just Desserts!

Sculptor Peter Anton creates over-sized, hyper-realistic sculptures of candies, donuts, ice cream bars, and other mouth-watering treats. In this Family Day, kids ages 4-10 get to let their imaginations run wild as they build their own unique desserts out of clay, and decorate special dessert boxes to hold them!

Each session will begin promptly at 12:30 p.m. and again at 2:30 p.m.


Peter Anton, Dark Bar Chaos, 2021, mixed media. ©2023 Peter Anton

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5/25/2024
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Family Day: Crafting Sweet Treats

Family Day: Crafting Sweet Treats Join us on Saturday, May 25th in the Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery for a Family Day inspired by the exhibition Peter Anton: Just Desserts! Sculptor...
Saturday
May 25
@
12:30 pm
-
4:00 pm
Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery
in
Fairfield
Quick Center for the Arts, Walsh Gallery
Online Event
Fairfield
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
Exploring questions of revolution and textual resistance in the contemporary moment, the exhibition considers both overt and nuanced forms of protest. In merging MoCA Westport’s gallery space with the first New England installation of Black Art Library, this exhibition seeks to explore how the visual and the literary intersect and inspire each other.
Arts Council
Member
5/25/2024
Single event
Arts

Docent Led Tour | It Will Go On

Exploring questions of revolution and textual resistance in the contemporary moment, the exhibition considers both overt and nuanced forms of protest. In merging MoCA Westport’s gallery space with...
Saturday
May 25
@
1:00 pm
-
12:00 am
MoCA Westport
in
Westport
MoCA Westport
Online Event
Westport
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
Program DescriptionTo start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused on this class. The first and most pressing to acquire are Values, Colors, Materials, and Basic Techniques, all of which we tackle with the spirit of a ballet dancer's moves. Knowing these principles provides you with the verve and self-assurance of having acquired a solid foundation that leads to painting more complex subject matter in the next step, the Intermediate & Advanced Watercolor class.
Arts Council
Member
5/25/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Beginning Watercolor Classes with Greta Corens

Program Description To start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused...
Saturday
May 25
@
4:00 pm
-
7:30 pm
Greenwich Art Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Art Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25

If you love the music of Meat Loaf, get revved up, because Meet Loaf really ignites! Lead Singer Benny Israel faithfully captures Meat Loaf’s powerful, wide-ranging operatic vocals, along with the epic theatrical show Meat Loaf fans have come to love.

Aside from evoking the nostalgia of the 1977 Bat Out of Hell album as well as various other Meat Loaf Hits, Meet Loaf also tributes the genius of Jim Steinman, known for his superior songwriting and outstanding composition. Steinman hits performed by Benny Israel and powerhouse female counterpart Ariel Eva, include but are not limited to, “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” by Celine Dion, “Total Eclipse of the Heart” and “Holding Out for a Hero” by Bonnie Tyler, “Dead Ringer for Love” featuring Cher, and “Making Love Out of Nothing At All” by Air Supply.

For crying out loud, and in the words of the Meat Loaf legend himself,“Keep Rockin’!”

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5/25/2024
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Music

Meet Loaf: The Ultimate Tribute to Meat Loaf and The Music of Jim Steinman

If you love the music of Meat Loaf, get revved up, because Meet Loaf really ignites! Lead Singer Benny Israel faithfully captures Meat Loaf’s powerful, wide-ranging operatic vocals, along with the...
Saturday
May 25
@
4:00 pm
-
6:00 pm
Downtown Cabaret Theatre
in
Bridgeport
Downtown Cabaret Theatre
Online Event
Bridgeport
Sat
May
25
Sat
May
25
Program DescriptionPut together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color, texture, and composition as you juxtapose and transform materials into new visual statements that may range from autobiographical expressions to interpretations of our society and imaginary visions. Experiment with the addition of paint and other media to enhance your images. Max. 8 students. Adults or Teens.
Arts Council
Member
5/25/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Collage and Assemblage with Mixed Media via Zoom with Carol Dixon

Program Description Put together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color,...
Saturday
May 25
@
4:30 pm
-
6:30 pm
zoom
in
Greenwich
zoom
Online Event
Greenwich
Sun
May
26
Sun
May
26
The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of greatness, and tell authentic stories of athletic struggle and uplift. The show is curated by Kathryn Leann Harris and Douglas Stark of Interpreting Sports. Support provided by CT Humanities.
Arts Council
Member
5/26/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography

The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of...
Sunday
May 26
@
8:30 am
-
7:00 pm
Housatonic Museum of Art
in
Bridgeport
Housatonic Museum of Art
Online Event
Bridgeport
Sun
May
26
Sun
May
26
Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare, Crescendo, Legato, Elegy, and Fugue — is named for, and linked to, a specific expression found in music. Visitors to the gallery can scan a QR code next to each piece and listen to the musical selections that the artist used as inspiration. Also on view are several maquettes that Siff made as studies prior to the construction of these awe inspiring works. Artists’ reception and talk: Sunday, May 5, 2-4 pm. Reception: 2-3 pm in the Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs: 3-4 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/26/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Finely Tuned: Paintings by Marlene Siff

Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare,...
Sunday
May 26
@
9:00 am
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6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Sun
May
26
Sun
May
26
Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to gender bias. Her designs combine digital photo-based collage, with textiles such as saris, hand-made paper, cast sculpture, trims, jewels, and embellishments; her methods include disassembling/re-working existing garments, hand-sewing, and beading, and more. Artists’ reception and talk: Wednesday, May 1, 6-8 pm. Reception: 6-7 pm, Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs, 7-8 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/26/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell

Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to...
Sunday
May 26
@
9:00 am
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6:00 pm
Westport Library
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Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Sun
May
26
Sun
May
26
The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library, Weston, CT.
Arts Council
Member
5/26/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Photography Exhibit: Water

The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library,...
Sunday
May 26
@
9:00 am
-
8:00 pm
Weston Public Library Community Room
in
Weston
Weston Public Library Community Room
Online Event
Weston
Sun
May
26
Sun
May
26
Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony, Nurture. In different languages and across many boundaries, their words were all the same. Through paint, sculpture, and mixed media, she conveys the fragility of our planet, and its natural and eternal beauty. Musick’s work has been exhibited throughout the nation with over 50 permanent installations. She was married to Skylab 4 Commander, astronaut Jerry Carr. Their life is the subject of the award-winning film "The Artist & The Astronaut," which had its CT premiere at the SM&NC last May.
Arts Council
Member
5/26/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

On View: “Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home”

Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony,...
Sunday
May 26
@
9:00 am
-
5:00 pm
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
in
Stamford
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
Online Event
Stamford
Sun
May
26
Sun
May
26
 Imagine it’s the summer of 1920. Westport is a sleepy farm community that lures New York’s most glamorous couple-F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald—to its shores. Zelda swims daily in the peaceful waters of the Long Island Sound while Scott takes advantage of the bucolic quiet to work on what he hopes will be his next great novel—The Great Gatsby. Join the Museum, as we recreate the summer of 1920 and the sites and characters that influenced Fitzgerald’s Great American novel.Come prepared for a gorgeous, vigorous 90-minute walk in one of the East Coast’s most beautiful settings. Please bring water and wear comfortable walking shoes.Reservation required, tickets are non-refundable
Arts Council
Member
5/26/2024
Ongoing event
History & Culture

Destination Westport: In Gatsby’s Shoes

Imagine it’s the summer of 1920. Westport is a sleepy farm community that lures New York’s most glamorous couple-F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald—to its shores. Zelda swims daily in the peaceful...
Sunday
May 26
@
9:30 am
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11:00 am
Longshore Marina
in
Westport
Longshore Marina
Online Event
Westport
Sun
May
26
Sun
May
26
A new show at the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC), “Community Sponsored Awards,” will be on view May 19 through June 16, 2024. This year, artwork in the exhibition will feature local scenes by RAC Exhibiting Members with cash awards thanks to individuals and merchants in the area.   The opening reception on Sunday, May 19 from 4 pm to 6 pm is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 12 to 5 pm plus Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm.   RAC celebrates the study, creation and appreciation of the arts through classes, exhibitions and events open to all in the community. For over 60 years, this nonprofit organization has been a cultural gem in Rowayton, CT. The gallery and art school overlook the scenic Five Mile River at 145 Rowayton Avenue with space for regional artists to exhibit their art and a classroom for workshops and classes at all levels offered to children and adults. Visit [rowaytonarts.org](http://www.rowaytonartscenter.org) and follow @rowaytonarts.
Arts Council
Member
5/26/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Rowayton Arts Center “Community Sponsored Awards” Exhibition

A new show at the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC), “Community Sponsored Awards,” will be on view May 19 through June 16, 2024. This year, artwork in the exhibition will feature local scenes by RAC...
Sunday
May 26
@
10:00 am
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1:00 pm
Rowayton Arts Center
in
Rowayton
Rowayton Arts Center
Online Event
Rowayton
Sun
May
26
Sun
May
26
Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be on view through June 1st, 2024. Dweck is a multi-disciplinary artist primarily known for working in photography, most notably for his series documenting niche socio-cultural identities such as Mermaids, Habana Libre, and The End: Montauk. Over the years his artistic practice expanded to sculpture and filmmaking, and more recently he has delved into painting. The gallery will be presenting Blunderbust, Dweck’s first paintings from the multi-media corpus that also includes photography, sculpture,
Arts Council
Member
5/26/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Michael Dweck: Blunderbust opens April 11

Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be...
Sunday
May 26
@
10:30 am
-
5:30 pm
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
in
Greenwich
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
Online Event
Greenwich
Sun
May
26
Sun
May
26
The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern photojournalism as it depicted a quickly-evolving world. On view March 6-July 7, 2024, the exhibition features more than 70 images by the only women employed as full-time photographers by LIFE between the late 1930s and the early 1970s. LIFE: Six Women Photographers has been organized by the New-York Historical Society.
Arts Council
Member
5/26/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

LIFE: Six Women Photographers exhibition

The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to present LIFE: Six Women Photographers, featuring six prominent women photographers whose iconic work for LIFE magazine helped create modern...
Sunday
May 26
@
12:00 pm
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4:00 pm
Greenwich Historical Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Historical Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Sun
May
26
Sun
May
26
Exploring questions of revolution and textual resistance in the contemporary moment, the exhibition considers both overt and nuanced forms of protest. In merging MoCA Westport’s gallery space with the first New England installation of Black Art Library, this exhibition seeks to explore how the visual and the literary intersect and inspire each other.
Arts Council
Member
5/26/2024
Single event
Arts

Docent Led Tour | It Will Go On

Exploring questions of revolution and textual resistance in the contemporary moment, the exhibition considers both overt and nuanced forms of protest. In merging MoCA Westport’s gallery space with...
Sunday
May 26
@
1:00 pm
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12:00 am
MoCA Westport
in
Westport
MoCA Westport
Online Event
Westport
Sun
May
26
Sun
May
26
Program DescriptionTo start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused on this class. The first and most pressing to acquire are Values, Colors, Materials, and Basic Techniques, all of which we tackle with the spirit of a ballet dancer's moves. Knowing these principles provides you with the verve and self-assurance of having acquired a solid foundation that leads to painting more complex subject matter in the next step, the Intermediate & Advanced Watercolor class.
Arts Council
Member
5/26/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Beginning Watercolor Classes with Greta Corens

Program Description To start you off on the right footing and avoid the mistakes so many watercolorists face, you will find the principles of watercolor painting to be the most targeted and focused...
Sunday
May 26
@
4:00 pm
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7:30 pm
Greenwich Art Society
in
Greenwich
Greenwich Art Society
Online Event
Greenwich
Sun
May
26
Sun
May
26
Program DescriptionPut together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color, texture, and composition as you juxtapose and transform materials into new visual statements that may range from autobiographical expressions to interpretations of our society and imaginary visions. Experiment with the addition of paint and other media to enhance your images. Max. 8 students. Adults or Teens.
Arts Council
Member
5/26/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Collage and Assemblage with Mixed Media via Zoom with Carol Dixon

Program Description Put together realistic or non-objective 2- or 3-dimensional collages or assemblages (including box art) using papers, fabrics, photographs, and found objects. Emphasize color,...
Sunday
May 26
@
4:30 pm
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6:30 pm
zoom
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Greenwich
zoom
Online Event
Greenwich
Mon
May
27
Mon
May
27
The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of greatness, and tell authentic stories of athletic struggle and uplift. The show is curated by Kathryn Leann Harris and Douglas Stark of Interpreting Sports. Support provided by CT Humanities.
Arts Council
Member
5/27/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography

The exhibition, The Making of an Icon: Walter Iooss and Sports Photography (March 6 - August 2, 2024) explores the ways that photographs capture heroic moments, contribute to legendary myths of...
Monday
May 27
@
8:30 am
-
7:00 pm
Housatonic Museum of Art
in
Bridgeport
Housatonic Museum of Art
Online Event
Bridgeport
Mon
May
27
Mon
May
27
Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare, Crescendo, Legato, Elegy, and Fugue — is named for, and linked to, a specific expression found in music. Visitors to the gallery can scan a QR code next to each piece and listen to the musical selections that the artist used as inspiration. Also on view are several maquettes that Siff made as studies prior to the construction of these awe inspiring works. Artists’ reception and talk: Sunday, May 5, 2-4 pm. Reception: 2-3 pm in the Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs: 3-4 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/27/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Finely Tuned: Paintings by Marlene Siff

Located in the Westport Library's Sheffer Gallery, and timed to coincide with VersoFest 2024, each of the five massive, dimensional works in "Finely Tuned, Paintings by Marlene Siff"— Fanfare,...
Monday
May 27
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Mon
May
27
Mon
May
27
Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to gender bias. Her designs combine digital photo-based collage, with textiles such as saris, hand-made paper, cast sculpture, trims, jewels, and embellishments; her methods include disassembling/re-working existing garments, hand-sewing, and beading, and more. Artists’ reception and talk: Wednesday, May 1, 6-8 pm. Reception: 6-7 pm, Sheffer Gallery; Talk with Miggs Burroughs, 7-8 pm in the Forum
Arts Council
Member
5/27/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell

Located in the Westport Library's South Gallery, "Scheherazade: Storyteller—Mixed Media Works By Camille Eskell" explores self-perception, societal attitudes, and psychological states related to...
Monday
May 27
@
9:00 am
-
6:00 pm
Westport Library
in
Westport
Westport Library
Online Event
Westport
Mon
May
27
Mon
May
27
Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony, Nurture. In different languages and across many boundaries, their words were all the same. Through paint, sculpture, and mixed media, she conveys the fragility of our planet, and its natural and eternal beauty. Musick’s work has been exhibited throughout the nation with over 50 permanent installations. She was married to Skylab 4 Commander, astronaut Jerry Carr. Their life is the subject of the award-winning film "The Artist & The Astronaut," which had its CT premiere at the SM&NC last May.
Arts Council
Member
5/27/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

On View: “Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home”

Pat Musick: Our Fragile Home was inspired by the words astronauts have used universally upon viewing Earth from space for the first time: Fragile, Protect, Beauty, Steward, Sustain, Harmony,...
Monday
May 27
@
9:00 am
-
5:00 pm
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
in
Stamford
Stamford Museum & Nature Center Bendel Mansion
Online Event
Stamford
Mon
May
27
Mon
May
27
The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library, Weston, CT.
Arts Council
Member
5/27/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Photography Exhibit: Water

The Weston Library Photography Club exhibition entitled Water will be on display April 3rd - May 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on April 6th, 1-3pm at the Weston Public Library,...
Monday
May 27
@
9:00 am
-
8:00 pm
Weston Public Library Community Room
in
Weston
Weston Public Library Community Room
Online Event
Weston
Mon
May
27
Mon
May
27
Welcome to Paleontology Week at Stepping Stones Museum for Children! Embark with us on a prehistoric adventure where young explorers will unearth the wonders of the past and become junior paleontologists. Through hands-on activities and special experiences, we will discover how animals have adapted and evolved for survival, learn about the time periods encompassing paleontology and dig into the rich history of paleontology in Connecticut. From fossil excavations to learning more about the ancient titans that shaped the earth, it will be a week packed with dino-sized excitement and curiosity.
Arts Council
Member
5/27/2024
Ongoing event
Family & Education

Paleontology Week

Welcome to Paleontology Week at Stepping Stones Museum for Children! Embark with us on a prehistoric adventure where young explorers will unearth the wonders of the past and become junior...
Monday
May 27
@
9:00 am
-
5:00 pm
Stepping Stones Museum for Children
in
Norwalk
Stepping Stones Museum for Children
Online Event
Norwalk
Mon
May
27
Mon
May
27
 Imagine it’s the summer of 1920. Westport is a sleepy farm community that lures New York’s most glamorous couple-F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald—to its shores. Zelda swims daily in the peaceful waters of the Long Island Sound while Scott takes advantage of the bucolic quiet to work on what he hopes will be his next great novel—The Great Gatsby. Join the Museum, as we recreate the summer of 1920 and the sites and characters that influenced Fitzgerald’s Great American novel.Come prepared for a gorgeous, vigorous 90-minute walk in one of the East Coast’s most beautiful settings. Please bring water and wear comfortable walking shoes.Reservation required, tickets are non-refundable
Arts Council
Member
5/27/2024
Ongoing event
History & Culture

Destination Westport: In Gatsby’s Shoes

Imagine it’s the summer of 1920. Westport is a sleepy farm community that lures New York’s most glamorous couple-F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald—to its shores. Zelda swims daily in the peaceful...
Monday
May 27
@
9:30 am
-
11:00 am
Longshore Marina
in
Westport
Longshore Marina
Online Event
Westport
Mon
May
27
Mon
May
27
Enjoy free admission at the Fairfield Museum as part of the Memorial Day Town Parade. Bring family and friends to explore our special exhibitions! Generously sponsored by Cindy Raney & Team.
Arts Council
Member
5/27/2024
Single event
Family & Education

Memorial Day Open House

Enjoy free admission at the Fairfield Museum as part of the Memorial Day Town Parade. Bring family and friends to explore our special exhibitions! Generously sponsored by Cindy Raney & Team.
Monday
May 27
@
10:00 am
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4:00 pm
Fairfield Museum and History Center
in
Fairfield
Fairfield Museum and History Center
Online Event
Fairfield
Mon
May
27
Mon
May
27
Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be on view through June 1st, 2024. Dweck is a multi-disciplinary artist primarily known for working in photography, most notably for his series documenting niche socio-cultural identities such as Mermaids, Habana Libre, and The End: Montauk. Over the years his artistic practice expanded to sculpture and filmmaking, and more recently he has delved into painting. The gallery will be presenting Blunderbust, Dweck’s first paintings from the multi-media corpus that also includes photography, sculpture,
Arts Council
Member
5/27/2024
Ongoing event
Arts

Michael Dweck: Blunderbust opens April 11

Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Michael Dweck: Blunderbust, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will open April 11th, with a reception for the artist 6-8pm, and will be...
Monday
May 27
@
10:30 am
-
5:30 pm
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
in
Greenwich
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
Online Event
Greenwich
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