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    Department of Economic & Community Development - Offices of Culture and Tourism
    (www.cultureandtourism.org/cct/cwp/view.asp?a=3948&q=464520 ). Preserves and promotes Connecticut's cultural and tourism assets in order to enhance the quality of life and economic vitality of the State.

    Artist Services, Membership
    Arts Council of Greater New Haven (www.newhavenarts.org)

    Arts Education
    ACES (www.aces.org)
    Creative Arts Workshop (www.creativeartsworkshop.org)
    Elm City Dance Collective (www.elmcitydance.org)
    Neighborhood Music School (www.nmsmusicschool.org)
    New Haven Ballet (www.newhavenballet.org)
    Alisas House of Salsa (www.alisashouseofsalsa.com)
    Rumberos - Salsa, Tango and Afro-Caribbean Dance (www.studiorumberos.com)

    Galleries
    http://www.infonewhaven.com/2900

    Museums
    http://www.infonewhaven.com/museums

    Music
    http://www.infonewhaven.com/music

    Theaters
    http://www.infonewhaven.com/2822

    Visual Arts 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



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