• Ridgefield Guild of Artists

    The Ridgefield Guild of Artists is a regional and community-based art organization promoting the visual arts and arts education.

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  • New Year, New Adventure!

    Happy New Year! Celebrate 2017 with an Art Pass. The Connecticut Art Trail Pass is one-day admission to all locations on the CT Art Trail. An $80+ value for only $25!

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  • Florence Griswold Museum

    In Place: Contemporary Photographers Envision a Museum. Until Jan. 29.

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  • See and Sip

    With similar missions for growing CT Tourism, the CT Art and CT Wine Trail come together to offer itineraries for art and wine lovers. Coming soon!

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  • New Britain Museum of American Art

    NEW/NOW: Sanford Biggers. Now until January 23, 2017.

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Silvermine Arts Center Exhibition

In “Flights of Fantasy and Game Changes,” artists Nina Bentley, Kim Hanna, and Jane Lubin explore aspects of magical thinking in a cohesive exhibition, January 8-February 19, 2017.

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Yale University Art Gallery

New Exhibition: It Was a New Century: Reflections on Modern America captures the vitality and spirit of urban life at the beginning of the 20th century. Nearly 60 paintings, prints, watercolors and drawings on view illustrate the major artistic directions of the day—both progressive and nostalgic—by well-known artists such as George Bellows, Childe Hassam, Winslow Homer, Walt Kuhn, Maurice Prendergast, and Everett Shinn.

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About the Art Trail

The Connecticut Art Trail is a nationally recognized partnership between eighteen world-class museums and historic sites, created to promote Connecticut’s rich cultural assets as part of a travel experience.

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Press Releases

On December 21, 2016, the Greenwich Preservation Network dedicated a new historic marker for the River Road-Mead Avenue Historic District in Cos Cob. Located off East Putnam Avenue, the district was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2014. The permanent marker, located near the Water Club on River Road, outlines the history… Read more »