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CultureMIX Fall 2012
Thursday, September 20, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
South Kent, CT
CONNECT & NETWORK
with the region's Cultural Community.
Explore the Alison Palmer Studio.
Learn about her process, workshops, concerts and exhibits.
Learn about new and future projects of the Arts Council.
FREE Admission - Donations Welcome - Refreshments Served.
Savory treats compliments of Heron American Craft Gallery in Kent.
Limited parking available. Car pooling preferred.
Park on street & walk up driveway to studio. Shuttle available if needed.
Bring a small batch of businss cards, brochures, or promo pieces to share.
Bring along other arts and heritage minded friends too (please ask them to RSVP via Event Brite.)
At the CultureMIX, the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council will be providing information about its newest projects, in addition to its current services.
The Alison Palmer Studio is a wonderful space. The studio is located on the property of Alison's home with her husband and musician Steve Katz. The two host numerous workshops, concerts, classes, and open studios in their space. This hidden treasure is nestled into South Kent for you to discover and explore. While at the CultureMIX you will also learn about the local Heron American Craft Gallery right on Main Street in Kent, which is co-sponsoring the refreshments. The gallery exhibits the works of area artists ranging from pottery, to clothes, to children's toys, homegoods and more!
The Arts Council's board and staff is looking forward to hearing first-hand from people in the cultural community at the MIX about what's currently going on and how we can better help promote the arts and culture of our region.
This is one in a series of successful Culture Mix events co-hosted by the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council and acclaimed arts and culture institutions throughout the northwest region. People from the cultural community ranging from individual performing, visual and literary artists, artisans, historians, staff, board members, patrons, and volunteers of cultural institutions and venues that offer cultural programming within and around the 24-town region served by the Arts Council are invited to attend this free networking event.
More Info: email email@example.com or call (860)618-0075
When & Where
Northwest Connecticut Arts Council
The region's go-to source for all things cultural. Connecting the general public and the arts and heritage communities in 24 towns for events, opportunities and more! www.artsnwct.org