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ornamentCALL TO ARTISTS:
Holiday Show
an annual unjuried exhibit

NAC Gallery
60 Broadway, Norwich CT
860-887-2789

Receiving work: Thurs, November 21 from 5-7pm,
& Friday, November 22 / Saturday, 23 from 12-4

Opening reception: Friday, December 6, 2013 at 6 PM
Exhibit runs: December 4 - 22
Gallery hours: Wednesday - Saturday 12 - 4 PM

Once again NAC heralds in the season with its annual winter art bazaar, Holiday Show 2013: A Sale of Small Holiday Treasure, an opportunity for artists to exhibit and sell exquisite, must-have gift items and unique fine art to the public!

DOWNLOAD A PROSECPTUS HERE FOR MORE DETAILS!

Entry Fees (non-refundable):
NAC Member: $10 for 1 piece, $20 for 2 pcs., $25 for 3 pcs., $30 for 6 pieces.
Non-member: $15 for 1 piece, $25 for 2 pcs., $30 for 3 pieces, $35 for 6 pieces.

Back by Popular Demand!
Hanging Ornaments, jewelry, small matted prints, cards, wearable accessories —
one $10 entry fee for all pieces OR $25 for a 6-foot table

MUST CALL 822-8412 to reserve table space. Must provide own table, only 8 spaces available
NOT restricted to 6 pieces!

Rental space in Gallery Too! Available—price varies by space ($25-$65), and just 10% commission.

holiday show 2011

 

eight to the bar romper room album

First Friday Live Sounds:
EIGHT TO THE BAR

Donald L. Oat Theater
62 Broadway, Norwich CT
860-887-2789

Friday, January 3, 2014
8 PM, doors open at 7:30 PM
tickets $25

Eight to the Bar returns to the Donald L. Oat Theater as NAC’s "Alternative New Year's" bash! Part of the First Friday Live Sounds line-up, these wildly popular masters of swing electrify the stage as they blare out classic hits from—and original work inspired by—the swing era.

Thrilling audiences of every generation for decades performing swing, boogie woogie, rhythm & blues, soul, and Motown—Eight to the Bar is known for its outstanding instrumentalists and sophisticated musical and vocal arrangements, highlighted by female vocals, and a flare for retro fashion. Their performance at the Donald L. Oat sells out every year so order tickets soon!

eight to the bareight to the bar

 

 

 

 

 

The Red Fork Empire Embassy to Steampunk
various artists

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NAC Gallery
60 Broadway, Norwich CT 06360
860-887-2789

Opening Reception:
Friday, November 1, 2013 from 6-8 PM
Exhibit runs: October 30 - November 30
Gallery Hours: Wed - Sat 12 - 4 PM

The Emperor and Miss Kitty at the Old Stone Bank in Providence

CLOSING RECEPTION: Sunday, December 1, 2013 from 2 - 8 PM

The arts collaborative, The Red Fork Empire will present The Red Fork Empire Embassy to Steampunk- NAC Edition, a gallery exhibition showcase that will present works of the group as well as others in the steampunk community this November. An opening reception will be held on First Friday, November 1 at 6 PM and the exhibit will run through to the 23rd of November.

With more than 30 contributing artists and featuring works by artisans from across the country, this exhibit will feature steampunk wonders such as sculpture, photography, and paintings. During the First Friday opening reception, there will also be strolling steampunk characters in costume. Dressing up is also encouraged.

Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction that typically features steam-powered machinery, especially in a setting inspired by industrialized Western civilization during the 19th century. It is more than just goggles, gears and brass. Steampunk works are often set in an alternative history of the 19th century's British Victorian era or American "Wild West", in a post-apocalyptic future during which steam power has regained mainstream use, or in a fantasy world that similarly employs steam power.

emporor justiniusABOUT THE RED FORK EMPIRE

The Red Fork Empire is an international artist collaborative whose mission is to encourage creativity and imagination in all people. Begun in 1995 by founding artist Justin Stanley (The Emperor), the RFE “Citizens”(members of the group) teach, inspire and support others to embrace their own creativity and the increased capacity for individual discovery through imagination.

Emperor Justinian Stanislaus (Justin Stanley) is a professional artist, creative director and founder of the infamous Red Fork Empire. The Emperor’s artistic endeavors have led to appearances on G4’s Attack of the Show, IFC‘s Young Broke and Beautiful, and MTV. His interviews are in the pages of Fangoria, NY Times, and the Examiner.

As Alicia Kozma, from Fangoria writes:

“This is the world of the Emperor of the Red Fork Empire, a graphic artist and sculptor whose artistic philosophy is a mix of re-imagined found objects and omnipotent megalomania. Utilizing raw materials as a starting point, the Emperor uses his vast knowledge of worlds and universes beyond our own to make his sculptures...sculptures that embody the kind of psychic distress last seen in a good Tool video, sculptures that find beauty in the misshapen and deformed.”

Miss Kitty, Imperial Tea Hostess ( Kat Fortner McNiff) resides in Norwich and works as an artist, actress, singer and performer. One of her passions is historic fashion and theater. Fortner-McNiff creates jewelry, photos, performances and mixed media artworks. Her works and Tea Parties have been seen various art shows including the Wauregan Art Gallery, Norwich Art Gallery, and Dr. Grymms Steampunk Bizarre.

Visit the Red Fork Empire on Facebook for more info.

 

First Friday Live Sounds:
ATWATER-DONNELLY DUO!

Donald L. Oat Theater
62 Broadway, Norwich CT
860-887-2789

Friday, November 1, 2013
8 PM, doors open at 7:30 PM
tickets $20

NAC welcomes folk duo Atwater-Donnelly to the Donald L. Oat stage for the second performance in the First Friday Live Sounds series!

atwater-donnelly with their guitars


Every performance is surprisingly different and always entertaining and exciting with the award-winning duo Atwater~Donnelly, who provide a unique and thrilling blend of traditional American and Celtic folk music and dance, along with original songs and poetry.

The highly praised husband-wife duo blends gorgeous vocals with an astounding array of instruments including the old-time banjo, guitar, mandolin, harmonica, and more.

FFLS events are BYOB with cabaret-style seating, great atmosphere, and remarkable performances! Order tickets now!

 

artwork by andy pirieIn The Pink
various artists

NAC Gallery
60 Broadway, Norwich CT 06360
860-887-2789

Opening Reception:
Friday, October 4, 2013 from 6-8 PM
Exhibit runs: October 2 - 26
Gallery Hours: Wed - Sat 12 - 4 PM

NAC is proud to host its 2nd annual In The Pink exhibit at the NAC Gallery in support of raising awareness and hope for a cure for breast cancer. Various artists' work is featured, with a diversity of messages and themes related to cancer, women's health, or simply the evocative color pink. On exhibit throughout Breast Cancer Awareness month, 50% of all proceeds are donated to the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation...visit their website for more info!

heartsartowrk by rita dawleyartwork by sue kenney

 

 

 

 

 

 

In The Pink will run through October 26 and is free to the public to view during gallery hours.

 

30 UNDER 30
various artists

NAC Gallery
60 Broadway, Norwich CT 06360
860-887-2789

Opening Reception:
Friday, September 6, 2013 from 6-8 PM
Exhibit runs: September 4 - 28
Gallery Hours: Wed - Sat 12 - 4 PM

rush habit by erin jenkins

adam by cassidy cumiskey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




from left to right: Unwanted Necessities: Scouring Rush Habit (carving) by Erin Jenkins ; Adam (oil painting) by Cassidy Cumiskey

30 artists under 30 years of age: The NAC Gallery features the work of talented young artists in the aptly titled 30 Under 30 exhibit, which opens in September. The work is eclectic, ranging from dynamic figurative work to edgy contemporary graphic design and non-objective mixed media. Featured artists in this exhibit: Liza Aberbach, Peter Barron, Matthew Cassar, Ciara Cumiskey, Alex Florez, Michael Hanson, Erin Jenkins, Ashleigh Kay, Mary-Kathryn Lema, Victoria Padilla, and Mark Sepia.

First Friday Opening Receptions are free to the public with refreshments available. Receptions are a great opportunity to meet the artists!

 

 

First Friday Live Sounds:
WOODEN HORSE!

Donald L. Oat Theater
62 Broadway, Norwich CT
860-887-2789

Friday, October 4, 2013
8 PM, doors open at 7:30 PM
tickets $20

wooden horse on stage

wooden horseNAC premiers its 2013-2014 season of FIRST FRIDAY LIVE SOUNDS events with the classic rock sounds of Wooden Horse on October 4 at 8 PM in the Donald L Oat Theater! More exciting events to follow!

FFLS events are BYOB with cabaret-style seating, great atmosphere, and remarkable performances! Order tickets now!

 

Artreach presents
THRILLER DANCE LESSONS!

for info:
contact Becca at 860-887-0014 / ttw2013NorwichCT@gmail.com

Tuesday, September 17, 2013
classes at noon, 4 PM, 7PM
free to the public

michael jackson thriller

Artreach's Becca Atkins will teach the Thriller dance as part of SAMHSA's Wellness Week during mental health Recovery Month (September). Each lesson will be 2 hours. You can come to one or more. The class is free; donations to Artreach will be accepted.

On October 26, Artreach, Inc. is sponsoring Norwich's Thrill the World event! Thrill The World is an annual worldwide simultaneous dance of Michael Jackson’s Thriller. Every October, since 2006, Funky Zombies across the globe gather to synchronize their watches and dance to the greatest selling record of all time – Michael Jackson’s Thriller. There will be dance classes during the day on October 26, beginning at Noon, leading up to "Thrill Time" (time TBA).

To register for this event, please email your name, address and phone number to ttw2013NorwichCT@gmail.com

 

Artreach presents
SONGWRITING FOR SOCIAL CHANGE

Saturday, September 28 &
Sunday, September 29, 2013

time and info TBA

Artreach presents Songwriting for Social Change, an event featuring Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Lauren Agnelli, who wrote political folks songs with The Washington Squares in the 1980's. Lauren is presenting a concert and songwriting workshop this September. This project is funded by the CT DECD's Office of the Arts. NO experience is necessary for the songwriting workshop. You do not need to be able to sing or play an instrument; just have a desire to learn to write a song.

 

steve and lisa marien flyerFirst Friday Live Sounds: THE STEVE MARIEN ENSEMBLE featuring LISA MARIEN

Donald L. Oat Theater
62 Broadway, Norwich CT
860-887-2789

Friday, February 3, 2012
8 PM, doors open at 7:30 PM
tickets $20

NAC presents The Steve Marien Ensemble featuring Lisa Marien on Friday, February 3 at the Donald L. Oat Theater at 8:00pm.  Performing as part of NAC’s First Friday Live Sounds series of music performances, Steve and Lisa Marien deliver hot renditions of jazz classics.

Saxophonist Steve Marien has been bringing his versatile artistry to Connecticut and the region for over 30 years. A consummate artist on the tenor, alto and soprano saxophones in most any musical style, Steve is highly sought after as a freelance artist throughout the region.  Vocalist Lisa Marien has been delighting audiences with her straight ahead jazz stylings for over 25 years.  Often compared to a young Sarah Vaughan with Anita Baker smoothness, Lisa fuses her experiences in pop, classical and contemporary Christian music to present a varied repertoire of classic and contemporary vocal jazz. 

Accompanied by the acclaimed trio of Rufus Davis on piano, James Hunter on bass and Randy Cloutier on drums, they create an unforgettable evening of sophisticated yet crowd pleasing entertainment sure to put a smile on every face and a melody in every heart.

 

DECD Connecticut Office of Arts logoVisual Artist Resource Guide

The Visual Artist Resource Guide includes a variety of opportunities and resources that are available to Connecticut artists. While the Guide is focused on visual artists, a number of the resources are also relevant to artists of all disciplines. The Guide was created in 2010 to support the Taking Care of Business - Career Strategies for Visual Artists conference series that was made possible by the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation and organized by the Connecticut Office of the Arts (Department of Community and Economic Development) in partnership with ten of the state’s regional cultural service agencies. The Guide was prepared by the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council with final publication support from the Connecticut Office of the Arts (DECD). Users of the Visual Artists Resource Guide should understand that it is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of resources nor does inclusion in the Guide constitute an endorsement by the DECD, Connecticut Office of the Arts, of any individual, organization, web site or content contained therein.

The Visual Arts Resource Guide provides the following categories of information:

  • Opportunities: Jobs, Calls for, RFPs, Grants, Commissions
  • Residency Programs
  • Career Development & Networking
  • Promotion & Marketing
  • Licensing, Legal & Financial Assistance
  • National & Regional Artist Service Organizations
  • Connecticut Arts Service Organizations
  • Connecticut Art Leagues & Associations
  • Connecticut Art Museum & Gallery Listings
  • Art Suppliers
  • Arts News, Publications & Blogs
  • Public Art Resources
  • Documentation
  • Continuing Education for Artists

 

NCC Presents: Melancholia

melancholia film posterDonald L. Oat Theater
62 Broadway, Norwich CT

Saturday, January 14, 2012
film starts at 7:30 PM, doors open at 7 PM
tickets $7

The Norwich Community Cinema will be screening Melancholia, a psychological disaster film from director Lars von Trier.

The film follows the story of two sisters; Justine (Kirsten Dunst) is celebrating her marriage to Michael (Alexander Skarsgard) at a sumptuous party in the home of her sister Claire (Charlotte Gainsbourg), and brother-in-law John (Kiefer Sutherland). Despite Claire's best efforts, the wedding is a fiasco, with family tensions mounting and relationships fraying. Meanwhile, a planet called Melancholia is heading directly towards Earth.

Running time is 2 hr. 10 min. The film is Rated R.

 

CALL TO ARTISTS: 100 Points of View
new annual exhibit for members!

NAC Gallery
60 Broadway, Norwich CT 06360
860-887-2789

100 Points of View gallery exhibition postcardReceiving:
December 28, 29, 30 and January 3, 2012
from 12-4 all days

Entry Fees:
NAC Artist Members: free
NAC Individual Member: $15
Non-member: $50 membership fee

Opening Reception/Meet the Artists:
Friday, January 6 from 6-8 PM

This is an exciting exhibition opportunity for all artists! NAC Associate Artist Members enter for free! Not a member? Sign up for a membership to our Artists' Cooperative...a membership pays for entry into not only this show but also the NAC Artists’ Group Show in July, and entitles you to discounted rates on all of our juried shows.!

This show is inspired by our goal to gather 100 new artists of all walks of life and every style under the sun into our artists' round table. Whether we achieve that goal by January or not, we continue the search to welcome new creative and talented people into our community, and to share their 100 points of view with the public in our new exhibit! Why not take this opportunity to jump on board with your fellow artists; for the price of $50, an Associates Artists Membership, we invite you to join us in our efforts to help keep the arts scene alive and vibrant in the Chelsea Arts District!

You can fill out a form here or sign up on one of our receiving days!

 

100 Points of View
various artists / NAC member show

100 Points of View gallery exhibit postcardNAC Gallery
60 Broadway, Norwich CT 06360
860-887-2789

Opening Reception:
Friday, January 6, 2012 from 6-8 PM
Exhibit runs: January 4 - 28
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 12 - 4 PM

Over 40 new Associate Artists were welcomed to NAC's Artist Cooperative this year, and many of them are showcased in the NAC Gallery's first exhibit of the year: 100 Points of View, a mix of artists, mediums and perspectives to kick off 2012.



Untitled 2-Mary Kathryn LemaThis show is inspired by NAC's goal to gather 100 new artists of all walks of life and every style under the sun into our artists' round table. We continue the search to welcome new creative and talented people into our community, and to share their100 points of view with the public in our new exhibit!

First Friday Opening Receptions are free to the public with refreshments available. Receptions are a great opportunity to meet the artists...come get better acquainted with their 100 points of view on their work!

Left to Right: "Untitled 2" Mary Kathryn Lema; "Salt Marsh Winter" Helen Cantrell; "Land & Sea" -Ralph Levesque

 

Red Barn-Joan HefferLand & Sea-Ralph Levesque

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Friday Live Sounds: EIGHT TO THE BAR

eight to the barDonald L. Oat Theater
62 Broadway, Norwich CT
860-887-2789

Friday, January 6, 2012
8 PM, doors open at 7:30 PM
tickets $25

Eight to the Bar performs Friday, January 7 at the Donald L. Oat Theater as NAC’s First Friday Live Sounds series continues. A favorite every year and an "alternative New Year" tradtion at NAC, this popular jump-and-jive band delivers a sensational, vibrant show as they blare out classic hits from—and original work inspired by—the swing era.

Drawing its musical influences from American roots music—swing, boogie woogie, rhythm & blues, soul, and Motown—Eight to the Bar is known for its outstanding instrumentalists and sophisticated musical and vocal arrangements, highlighted by female vocals, and a flare for retro fashion. With several albums and a career that spans decades, EttB has cultivated a large, enthusiastic following that has put them in clubs from Europe to the Carribean and several hot spots here in the States. Touring over 200 venues a year, they’ve opened for legends like Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Roy Orbison, and Ray Charles. Their performance at the Donald L. Oat sells out every year!

 

Holiday Show: A Sale of Small Holiday Treasures
annual exhibit of various artists

nac holiday show tree and printsNAC Gallery
60 Broadway, Norwich CT
860-887-2789

Opening reception: Friday, December 2 at 6 PM
Exhibit runs: Wednesday, to Saturday,
Gallery Hours: Wednesday thru Sunday 12-4 PMnac holiday show ornament tree

 

 

 

 

 

 

Once again NAC heralds in the season with its annual winter art bazaar, Holiday Show 2011: A Sale of Small Holiday Treasure, an opportunity to find exquisite, must-have gift items and unique fine art!

Formerly known as the 6x6 Show due to the minute 6" size limit for entries, this year's "small holiday treasures" come in a wider variety of sizes as well as diverse styles and media. Many items are also very affordable! Currently on exhibit through December 24, this year's show features the work of over 20 different artists from around the area.

nac holiday show prints and treeThe galleries are filled with a variety of artistic gift ideas, including bizarre and beautiful ornaments, steampunk jewelry, intricate Zentangle notecards and icicle-like glass trees. Affordable prints and small paintings are available, too, and all these items can be purchased right off the wall, pedestal or jewelry counter. With still a few precious shopping days before Christmas, the show is still an attractive option for all gift-hunters…unique, reasonably-priced holiday presents (skillfully hand-crafted and imaginative work) without the crowded mall or extortionate shipping costs.

Extended gallery hours for December are Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12noon to 4pm.

 

 

Drag-a-licious
Fabulous Fundraising Event / Drag Show

performers of the drag show at nacDonald L. Oat Theater
62 Broadway, Norwich CT
860-887-2789

Friday, November 11
8 PM, doors open at 7:30 PM
tickets $25

On June 3, 2011 an historic event occurred: The Norwich Arts Center's first drag show hosted by the fierce and fabulous JaDonna! NAC was thrilled to present Don't Be a Drag! Open Your Bag for NAC! a night of glam to raise funds to help support NAC's efforts in the Chelsea Arts District.

And we're thrilled to bring that excitement back to the Donald L. Oat Theater!

jadonna, fierce and fabulous friend of nacDrag-a-licious promises to be another glamorous evening of provocative and playful performances by some equally provocative and playful divas. It has dance, it has lip syncing, it has sensational fashion and serious shoes, and it may even have audience participation! Come support the arts in Norwich while enjoying this truly outrageous show!

All new costumes. All new routines. Same bad attitude. Don't miss this truly spectacular event!

Program Book cover for On Broadway 2011-2012NEW PROGRAM BOOK! ON BROADWAY 2011-2012

Sophisticated, yet simple. Glamorous, yet not over-stated. Thenew cover art for this season's program book, On Broadway -- featuring not only our events but also our sponsors and supporters -- sets a tone for the quality cultural programming we have planned for this coming year.

And there's still time for you to be a part of it!

To offset the costs of our in-house publication, we ask local businesses to help sponsor the program book.  The generosity of your sponsorship will be recognized with an ad for your business included within its pages.

Cover design and photo by Candace Grabel

Interested? CLICK HERE and submit this form along with your sponsorship and a printable ad.

We hope to see you soon on Broadway!

 

Hollywood in the Park!
Field of Dreams playing at Dodd Stadium

field of dreams film poster
Dodd Stadium
14 Stott Avenue, Norwich CT
860-961-3943

POSTPONED FOR NOW!

Due to our unpredictable New England weather, NAC's presentation of Field of Dreams and baseball shorts at Dodd Stadium will not be shown at its originally scheduled time. We will try again next year, and hopefully be able to negotiate a little better with Mother Nature! Stay tuned for forthcoming details!

 

Artistic Wanderings 2011
Award Winners

Congratulations to the artists who were accepted into Artistic Wanderings 2011 - 50 artists in all. On exhibit in the NAC Gallery and NAC Gallery Too! through August, AW2011 reflected a broad spectrum of artistic styles, media and philosophies.

As a first, photography was accepted this year along with fine craft and fine art, and there were several prizes awarded in a variety of categories, including $400 prizes for categories in ceramics and fine craft. This exhibit, sponsored in part by the Katherine Forest Craft Foundation, initially targeted the fine craft market, providing not only monetary support but recognition to artists and artisans in the fine craft field. This year's inclusion of photography broadened the already diverse scope of craft and conception.

Special thanks to this year's juror Guido Garaycochea, curator for Expressiones, New London. And congratulations to this year's prize winners (listed below):

First Prize: Paleolithic Dreams Arthur Guagliumi (mixed media assemblage)
Second Prize: Friends Rita Dawley (mixed media)
Third Prize: Supernova Remnants Gilbert Hite (box elder, holly, spalted maple)

Paleolithic Dreams-A GuagliumiInteractive Nano Stuff-D EcclestonType-A-Artist-Nancy-MacBrid

 

 

 

 

 

left to right: Paleolithic Dreams Arthur Guagliumi, Interactive Nano Stuff Don Eccleston, Type "A" Artist Nancy MacBride

Alice Clark Hubbard Prize (shared):
Type "A" Artist
Nancy MacBride (assemblage)
Untitled
Susan Madacsi (forged & fabricated steel, paint, wax)

Joseph Gaultieri Prize:
Desert Flower
Judith Laffey (fiber art)

Louise Forest Gibson Prize (shared):
Dimensional Box Justin Stanley (assemblage)
Autumn Leaves
Patricia Wagner (gourd art)

Mabel Kingsbury Fentress Prize (shared):
Untitled
Lance Arnold (mixed media)
Obi Field
Susan Madacsi (forged & fabricated steel, paint, wax )

Photography Award:
Picket Fence
John Kemp ( photograph)

Teddy Goberis Award for Excellence in Ceramics (shared):
Cat Bird
Jillian Barber (clay sculpture)
Creativity Brewing Megan Leary-Crist (porcelain teapot)

Untitled-Lance ArnoldDimensional Box-Justin Stanley

 

 

 

 

left to right: Untitled Lance Arnold, Dimensional Box Justin Stanley

Honorable Mention:
Interactive Nano Stuff
Don Eccleston (watercolor)
A Far Hill Donna O'Scolaigh Lange (oil)
Pelican's Roost Eleanor Phillips (photograph)
Sipsies Ted Genard (oil)

 

Rejuvenation Starts Here
an important meeting at City Hall

NAC City Hall Meeting flyerThanks to everyone who came out in support of the Downtown Chelsea Arts District and the Norwich Arts Center for this important meeting at City Hall on March 29.

The purpose of this meeting was to provide new ideas and strong encouragement for the continuing development of all aspects of cultural heritage, arts, and tourism in the District and surrounding region. Many people spoke on behalf of NAC and the arts in Norwich, and we look forward to continuing to provide and support the heritage and culture of Norwich and the region.


 

The Norwich Arts Council becomes the Norwich Arts CENTER!

2010 2011 NAC program coverWhat's in a name?

Up until recently, the words Norwich Arts Council were in ours. But as of October 2010, NAC has made a small but important change: we will now be known as the Norwich Arts Center.

And what changes about NAC with one little word?

Well, our initials are still the same, but NAC's mission has been expanding and developing for quite some time. NAC has become a Local Arts Agency under the support of the CT Commission on Culture and Tourism, and as an LAA, NAC has been networking with other arts organizations to develop a more effective culture and tourism infrastructure.

We hope you will join us this season and celebrate our evolution with us at one of our many fabulous events!

Artist Directory being created NOW!

Artist Directories and Event Listing Magazine  

NAC's Local Arts Agency Office is currently compiling a listing book of all artists, arts or cultural organizations, or others involved in arts and culture in the area.  Listings are free, to serve the purpose of further making our cultural inventory available to the public.  

To be included in the next inventory, please send an email to the Norwich Arts Center.  Listing information should include:  

  • Name of artist or organization
  • Specialty Contact information and web site if available
  • Where is art available for purchase or performances viewed
  • Any additional information you feel is necessary to get your point across  

Please be sure to get this information to us as soon as possible - the sooner that info is out there, the sooner your art gets the attention it deserves!   Any questions, please call the Norwich Arts Center at 860-887-2789.

 

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