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Join CAA on Arts Day!

By Connecticut Arts Alliance | April 17, 2019

Come celebrate Connecticut Arts Day with the Connecticut Office of the Arts on May 2. The annual event will be held in New Haven this year at College Street Music Hall (a CAA Charter Member) and the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale. Connecticut Arts Day celebrates Connecticut’s investment in and support of the arts…

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Join Us for Arts, Culture + Tourism Advocacy Day

By Connecticut Arts Alliance | March 22, 2019

Join CAA and the Connecticut Tourism Coalition for Arts, Culture + Tourism Advocacy Day on April 8! This is an opportunity to collectively show our political leaders how valuable we are to the future of Connecticut. Your presence and voice are essential during this budget planning process to highlight the tangible benefits of investing in…

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Join Us Wednesday for Arts Policy Recommendations

By Connecticut Arts Alliance | December 14, 2018

On Wednesday, the Governor-elect’s Arts, Culture and Tourism Transition Policy Committee will present recommendations to the incoming administration. The Committee is one of fifteen groups assembled by Governor-elect Lamont to make policy recommendations on issues ranging from education and healthcare to criminal justice and the economy. Chaired by CAA Board Member Wendy Bury, the Committee has reported…

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CAA News and Updates

By Connecticut Arts Alliance | November 8, 2018

This page includes current and past news, updates, and blog posts. Please browse the page to learn more about Connecticut Arts Alliance and our advocacy efforts and education campaigns. To read our most recent Member Newsletters, please click below. Spring 2020 Year End 2019 Fall 2019 Summer 2019 Spring 2019 At the bottom of the…

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It’s Time to CREATE THE VOTE!

By Connecticut Arts Alliance | November 5, 2018

You’ve read the gubernatorial candidates’ responses to our questionnaire, you’ve learned where they each stand on issues affecting arts and culture, and now it’s time to VOTE! Election Day is tomorrow! Here are three steps you can take to help get out the vote on November 6: SHARE the graphic above or any of the…

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Candidates Agree that Arts Are a Solution for Private Investment

By Connecticut Arts Alliance | October 28, 2018

Over the past months, we’ve collected responses to six questions about arts and culture from each of the gubernatorial candidates. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’ve focused on the candidates’ responses to specific questions. The spotlight this week is on arts, private investment, and tourism. The Candidates Agree that Investment in the Arts Generates More Private…

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Candidates Agree that Arts Are a Solution for Education

By Connecticut Arts Alliance | October 22, 2018

Over the past months, we’ve collected responses to six questions about arts and culture from each of the gubernatorial candidates. In the next weeks, we’re going to focus on the candidates’ responses to specific questions. The spotlight this week is on education. Did you know: Students with arts instruction are three times more likely to be recognized for…

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Imperative for Continued Office of the Arts Leadership

By Connecticut Arts Alliance | October 18, 2018

There has been some confusion and misinformation this week about the recently announced job posting for an Arts and Culture Administrator at the Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD). The Connecticut Arts Alliance, a non-profit advocacy organization led by artists, educators, and arts executives from all over our state, would like to clarify some…

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