The sun is lingering a little longer each day, the days are getting warmer, and the beautiful gardens at the Connecticut Art Trail’s historic sites are coming into bloom. What better time to get out and explore all there is to see at our 24 member museums and cultural sites? Many members of the Connecticut Art Trail are taking advantage of the pleasant late spring conditions with extended hours, exhibition openings, festivals, and other terrific events to make your evenings and weekends better. Check out our full list of upcoming exhibitions and events to see what’s happening near you, including registration information for upcoming summer camps. Don’t forget to pick up your Passport-Journal for free admission to every site!

In the May 2024 newsletter, we take a look at the upcoming exhibitions and events on the Connecticut Art Trail as well as some of the summer art camps available at member museums. We also take an in-depth look at the history and collections of two members: the Lyman Allyn Art Museum and the Weir Farm National Historic Park.

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Whether you’re in search of new inspiration or just looking for a way to get out of the April showers, the Connecticut Art Trail has something for you this spring. Check out the full lineup of exhibitions and events at our 24 member museums and cultural sites to discover fascinating opportunities. And for this season’s gift-giving needs, consider the Connecticut Art Trail Passport. This purchase opens the door to adventure for new graduates, teachers, brides and grooms, and everyone else on your list!

The Connecticut Art Trail newsletter for April includes a list of upcoming events and exhibitions at member sites, some exciting news from the Lyman Allyn Art Museum, and profiles of the Mystic Museum of Art and The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art.

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The reawakening of the landscape in spring has long been an inspiration for artists. From the emergence of early flowers to the appearance of buds on tree limbs, the season signals a time of renewal and vibrancy.

In our March newsletter, we take a look at how the 24 member museums on the Connecticut Art Trail are embracing the new season. Find information on upcoming exhibitions and events, news from the Trail, and profiles on two members: the Bruce Museum and Slater Memorial Museum.

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In our latest newsletter, we’re encouraging you to take advantage of an upcoming deal to buy one Connecticut Art Trail Passport-Journal and get a second one free! This option will become available from November 15th, 2023 through December 30th, 2023.

The November 2023 newsletter also includes information on upcoming exhibitions and events, news from the Connecticut Art Trail, and profiles of two member museums — the Florence Griswold Museum and the Stamford Museum & Nature Center — and featured exhibitions at these sites.

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