Connecticut Arts Alliance inspires support for the arts.
Connecticut Arts Alliance is a statewide non-profit organization that works to build political, financial, and grassroots support to ensure that arts are a vital part of life for everyone in Connecticut. CAA engages artists of all kinds, arts leaders, and members of the community with regular advocacy updates and signature programs like Create the Vote and Arts Day at the Capitol.
WE EDUCATE to share the stories of how arts and creativity make a difference in all our lives, every day. From helping young people find their voices to bringing imagination into the workplace to building more vibrant cities and towns, the arts are everywhere in our private and public lives.
WE ADVOCATE to inspire and empower people across Connecticut to raise their voices in support of the arts. Together, we work to bring more resources to the arts and creative community, ensure all young people have access to arts education, and encourage local and state leaders to be champions of the arts.
WE ORGANIZE an arts community to be stronger together. That’s why we convene communities to explore important issues that affect the arts. And, we are a critical resource on national trends, policy issues and best practices.
We’re down to the final stretch of the legislative session and the Appropriations Committee is making decisions right now on their budget priorities. We need to be sure arts and culture is one of them! The committee is working on two budgets: The…
A lot can happen during the legislative session, so to help, we’ve summarized the activity related to the arts & culture sector from the past two months.
Data and resources available are changing rapidly during this time of crisis, so we’re providing links to governmental and organizational websites that are collecting information of interest to the cultural community. NEW: Get updated information about tax policies, PPP, SVOG, and…
CAA will continue to inspire support for the arts by working to ensure that arts are always a vital part of life for people of all ages across the state.