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After the Arts, Culture, and Tourism summit on December 3, 2021 that brought together sector representatives, interested legislators, and state agency leaders to discuss the priorities, challenges, and issues of the sectors, the Arts, Culture, and Tourism (ACT) Caucus held another meeting on January 26, 2022. Review the Agenda During the December ACT Caucus summit,…Read More
On Friday, December 3, 2021, leaders from the arts, culture, and tourism sectors joined state legislators in Hartford to discuss the status of the sectors. We were thrilled to have our own Board President, Calida Jones, present on the opening panel of the event and spoke on the need for more voices at the table…Read More
After a broad and open search in our community, CAA is happy to welcome Giovanna Adams, Alana Ladson, and Michelle Lapine McCabe as members of the Board of Directors. We are excited for their unique perspectives on the arts & culture community and expertise during a year of growth for the organization. Giovanna Adams is…Read More
Dear Members, Supporters and Friends, Late last year, Connecticut Arts Alliance shared with you our first three-year strategic plan with a focus on building a stronger, more effective advocate for the creative sector in our state. Since then, weâ€™ve been working hard on doing just that. As CAAâ€™s newly-elected president, Iâ€™d like to tell you about the…Read More
Connecticut began 2019 with the inauguration of Governor Ned Lamont following an election in which CAAâ€™sÂ Create the Vote CTÂ campaign encouraged candidates and voters to consider the impact of arts and culture on our towns and cities, schools, and economy. As a result of CAAâ€™s efforts, the new Governor formed anÂ Arts, Culture and Tourism Transition Policy…Read More