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April 30, 2010

By Connecticut Arts Alliance April 30, 2010

Creative Economy House Bill 5028 Important Legislation which was introduced by State Rep. Roberta Willis, D-64 to foster and enhance the impact of a creative economy in Connecticut was unanimously approved in the state House last week. House Bill 5028, “An Act Concerning Developing The Creative Economy” calls for a task force that would study…

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March 24, 2010

By Connecticut Arts Alliance March 24, 2010

Connecticut Arts Advocacy Day in Hartford Click here for details Frank Rizzo’s comments At our press conference, we heard from business, arts and education leaders. Here are some excerpts: Sacha Brooks, participant in Breakdancing Shakespeare at Hartford Stage Principal Erik Brown of Walsh Elementary School in Waterbury

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February 19, 2010

By Connecticut Arts Alliance February 19, 2010

Read testimony of CAA board members at the February 17th hearing of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Conservation and Development: Kate Bolduc Cynthia Clair Ryan Odinak Richard Scaldini

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February 4, 2010

By Connecticut Arts Alliance February 4, 2010

Governor’s Mid-Term Budget Adjustment Proposal Calls for Drastic Cuts to the Arts On February 3, 2010 Governor Rell released her mid-term Budget. In light of the state’s growing deficit, she has proposed further cuts to the Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism for the second year of the biennial budget. Culture, Tourism and Arts Grants…

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September 21, 2009

By Connecticut Arts Alliance September 21, 2009

“Why Bet on the Arts” from the Connecticut Law Tribune

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June 24, 2009

By Connecticut Arts Alliance June 24, 2009

Read our letter to the General Assembly about the state arts budget.

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