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  • HealingNewtown Project To Phase Out, But NCAC Arts Programs To Continue

    The era of HealingNewtown programs is coming to an end.

    Launched in January 2013 by Newtown Cultural Arts Commission (NCAC), with the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut and the Connecticut Office of the Arts, the HealingNewtown project has offered dozens of programs, exhibitions, and workshops since its debut. The project’s first headquarters, in a then-vacant storefront at 5 Queen Street, was also host to numerous pieces of art, some created by local residents but the majority of which were sent to Newtown in response to 12/14.

  • Cultural Alliance Of Western Connecticut Receives Grants

    Recognizing the intrinsic value and impact of arts and economic partners working side by side as an enriching influence on the communities of the Housatonic Valley, the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut has received two 2014 grants for its ongoing services and efforts on behalf of the ten town region.

  • Bernstein Captures ‘Best Of Show’ In Cultural Alliance Of Western Connecticut Photography Show

    DANBURY — The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut, in partnership with the Danbury Farmers’ Market Community Collaborative (DFMCC), presents the third annual DisH Photography Exhibition, an outdoor, year-round installation on Kennedy Avenue. The theme is “The DisH — Downtown IS Happening.”

    Twelve photographs by seven photographers were selected to enhance Kennedy Park and Friday’s Danbury Farmers’ Market.