The Hartford Gay Men’s Chorus sings a wide range of music as a catalyst to inspire, impact, and enrich the lives of their members, patrons, and the community.
The Fairfield University Art Museum (FUAM) is a dynamic space for engagement with the visual arts on the campus of Fairfield University. It is comprised of the Bellarmine Hall Galleries and the Walsh Gallery in the Quick Center for the Arts.
Sally Rogers performs traditional, contemporary and original ballads and song, interwoven with stories taken from her life as a performer, a wife and a mother.
La Grua Center is a small nonprofit cultural center offering a wide variety of concerts, talks, and art exhibitions in a welcoming space with distinctive acoustics located in Stonington Borough.
For over thirty years, Out Film CT has entertained, educated, and promoted community. Outstanding LGBTQ cinema and other theatrical events throughout the year culminate in the nine-day Connecticut LGBTQ Film Festival.
The Amistad Center for Art & Culture owns and exhibits a vital collection of nearly 7,000 works of art, artifacts, and popular culture objects that document the experience, expressions, and history of people of African descent in America.
Founded in 1842, the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford is home to a collection of nearly 50,000 works of art, spanning 5,000 years. The Wadsworth is the oldest continuously-operating public art museum in the United States.
Artreach has been supporting mental health and wellness through the creative and performing arts since 1985. Second Step Players comedy troupe has been a mainstay since the company’s inception, and the group performs original sketch comedy about mental health issues throughout Connecticut and in tours around the country.
Greater New Britain Arts Alliance promotes the creative, performing, and visual arts in New Britain, Berlin, Newington, Plainville, and Southington.
Thrown Stone Theatre Company cultivates artists and audiences through opportunity, education, and mentorship, emphasizing new work and unconventional approaches to repertoire.