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Noteworthy Nutcracker

Danbury Music Centre, Nutcracker Ballet December 8th-10thFor Fifty Years Danbury has experienced the musical tradition, Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker. The Danbury Music Centre is prepared to present another jaw dropping performance. Now is your time to plan you attendance arrangements. Seats sell fast so call early to reserve yours.

This engaging entertainment features over 200 dancers, accompanied by the Danbury Symphony Orchestra who play Tchaikovsky’s score, live!  Performances are 1 weekend only: December 8, 9, and 10, 2017. Tickets are on sale Now. 
Sync to the Link [http://danburymusiccentre.org]  
 

Evita

"Hello, Buenos Aires
Get this, just look at me dressed up, somewhere to go
We'll put on a show"

“Evita” is the Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical based on the life of Evita Duarte, an actress who became the wife of Argentinian President Juan Peron, and the most loved and hated woman in Argentina.

This Musical is produced by the award winning School of Visual and Performing Arts (VPAC) at Western Connecticut State University. VPAC is on the west side campus, 43 Lake Ave. Extension in Danbury. Performances are 8 p.m. on Nov. 17 and 18, with 2 p.m. matinee on Nov. 18; and a 1 p.m. matinee on Nov. 19. 

Don’t miss the incredible MainStage performance, directed by Tim Howard, choreographed by Mary Ann Lamb, and musical director, Frank Schiro.
Sync to the Link for times and tickets [http://www.wcsu.edu/newsevents/events.asp]. 
 

Visit Santa Claus 

Ride a Vintage Train


That portly gent from the North Pole will once again pay a visit to the Danbury Railway Museum and you can take a ride in a vintage train through the historic railyard to visit him. The event will take place on Saturdays and Sundays, December 3, 9-10, and 16-17. Trains will depart every half-hour from 12:30 to 3:00 on Saturdays; 12:30 to 3:30 on Sundays.

Santa and Mrs. Claus Dec. 3-17 Danbury Railway MuseumAdmission is $12.00 for ages 2 and up (under 2, free).  Each child will receive a small gift from Santa.  Based on the popularity of this event the past couple of years, reservations are suggested. Due to its popularity last year, on both Saturday evenings, special night-time rides at 4:30 PM and 5:00 PM are being scheduled. Take an evening ride through the lighted railyard!

The short train ride in a fully-restored 1953 New Haven Railroad Rail Diesel Car (RDC) will take you through the railyard, past the only powered turntable in Connecticut — listed on the National Historic Register and currently undergoing a substantial renovation — and over 70 vintage railroad cars, locomotives and many unique pieces of railroad history. The train ride will terminate at Santa's own private railcar where you'll be greeted by Mrs. Claus and Santa's helpers in Toyland in Santa's private rail car.

Of course, the exhibits and multiple operating model train layouts inside the restored 1903 Danbury station will also be open as will the be the well-stocked gift shop.  Also inside the station, you’ll find free hot chocolate, a coloring station, temporary tattoos and other activities for the little ones.


The Danbury Railway Museum is a non-profit organization, staffed solely by volunteers, and is dedicated to the preservation of, and education about, railroad history. The museum is located in the restored 1903 Danbury Station and rail yard at 120 White Street, Danbury, CT and has many artifacts of area railroading on display, including over 70 vintage railroad cars and locomotives. For further information, visit the Web site at http://www.danburyrailwaymuseum.org, E-mail to info@danburyrail.org, or call the museum at 203-778-8337.
Admission: $12 age 2 and over (under 24 months, free) 
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Accessible Art Abounds

Fall Finale


Fitting together is at the heart of the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut's Accessible Art program, a year-long, multi-site series of visual art shows that joins business with art. The decade-old program has grown significantly, this year featuring more than 30 artists in 9 venues over 5 rounds of exhibition, more than 40 shows in all. The Accessible Art runs through Friday, December 29th

CULTURAL ALLIANCE OF WESTERN CONNECTICUT PRESENTS FINAL 2017 This final round of 2017 Accessible Art mountings highlights the works of Alma Al-Faham (Danbury), Steve Bean (Danbury), Frederick P. Burger (Danbury), Anne Marie Foran (Newtown), Carol Gibson (Bethel), Crystal Keeler (Patterson, NY), Chris Ludwig (New Milford), Honorah O'Neill (Bethel), and Tara Tomaselli (Newtown).   Hours at the venues vary, so call ahead. For more information about Accessible Art, call (203) 798 0760 or  Sync to the Link [www.artswesternct.org
Scroll down to see detail in our "Long Term Exhibits" section. (All exhibitions are subject to change.

 

“OUTSIDE THE BOX”

Mayor Mark Boughton is asking local artists and graphic designers to submit draft proposals for consideration in the City’s Traffic Box Art Program. A selection committee will choose one or more artists to design art that will be printed on vinyl wrapping and placed on traffic boxes throughout the city center.

Local artists and graphic designers submit proposals for the City’s Traffic Box Art Program. ioana_wrigley-murals“Downtown represents the vibrancy of the Danbury community, and by partnering with our residents and businesses for this project, we hope to capture that vibrancy in a new, unique, and artistic way,” said Mayor Boughton. 

The submission process will be open until January 8, 2018. Artists are asked to submit portfolios and sketches for consideration. Selected artists will then be assigned one or more traffic box locations throughout downtown Danbury. Once artwork design has been finalized, artists have until February 19, 2018 to provide final print-ready designs for spring installation.

If a business or organization would like to sponsor a traffic box, please contact Taylor O’Brien in the Mayor’s Office, 203-797-4511.
Sync to the Link for Submission guidelines [http://www.danbury-ct.gov/]. 

 
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A Glimpse of what's happening this week from the Danbury Cultural Commission

 
Thu. Nov. 16
7:00pm - 9:00pm Twelfth Night - Immaculate High School
Where: Immaculate High School, 73 Southern Blvd, Danbury, CT 06810
Description: Chaos ensues when twins, Sebastian and Viola, are shipwrecked in the Gulf of Mexico and separated. Get ready for rivalry and revelry in this tale of mistaken identity transplanted to the Old West! Sync to the Link [http://www.immaculatehs.org/fine-arts/twelfth-night]
 
Fri. Nov. 17
2:00pm - 5:00pm Evita - Western Connecticut Department of Theatre Arts
Where: MainStage Theatre - Visual and Performing Arts Center at WCSU 43 Lake Avenue Extension Danbury, CT 06811
Description: “Evita” is Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical based on the life of Evita Duarte, an actress who became the wife of Argentinian President Juan Peron, and the most loved and hated woman in Argentina. Don’t miss the incredible MainStage performance, directed by Tim Howard, choreographed by Mary Ann Lamb, and musical director, Frank Schiro. Sync to the Link [http://www.wcsu.edu/newsevents/events.asp]

7:00pm - 9:00pm Twelfth Night - Immaculate High School
Where: Immaculate High School, 73 Southern Blvd, Danbury, CT 06810
Description: Chaos ensues when twins, Sebastian and Viola, are shipwrecked in the Gulf of Mexico and separated. Get ready for rivalry and revelry in this tale of mistaken identity transplanted to the Old West! Sync to the Link [http://www.immaculatehs.org/fine-arts/twelfth-night]
 
Sat. Nov. 18
2:00pm - 5:00pm Evita - Western Connecticut Department of Theatre Arts
Where: MainStage Theatre - Visual and Performing Arts Center at WCSU 43 Lake Avenue Extension Danbury, CT 06811
Description: “Evita” is Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical based on the life of Evita Duarte, an actress who became the wife of Argentinian President Juan Peron, and the most loved and hated woman in Argentina. Don’t miss the incredible MainStage performance, directed by Tim Howard, choreographed by Mary Ann Lamb, and musical director, Frank Schiro. Sync to the Link [http://www.wcsu.edu/newsevents/events.asp]

7:00pm - 9:00pm Twelfth Night - Immaculate High School
Where: Immaculate High School, 73 Southern Blvd, Danbury, CT 06810
Description: Chaos ensues when twins, Sebastian and Viola, are shipwrecked in the Gulf of Mexico and separated. Get ready for rivalry and revelry in this tale of mistaken identity transplanted to the Old West! Sync to the Link [http://www.immaculatehs.org/fine-arts/twelfth-night]

8:00pm - 11:00pm Evita - Western Connecticut Department of Theatre Arts
Where: MainStage Theatre - Visual and Performing Arts Center at WCSU 43 Lake Avenue Extension Danbury, CT 06811
Description: “Evita” is Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical based on the life of Evita Duarte, an actress who became the wife of Argentinian President Juan Peron, and the most loved and hated woman in Argentina. Don’t miss the incredible MainStage performance, directed by Tim Howard, choreographed by Mary Ann Lamb, and musical director, Frank Schiro. Sync to the Link [http://www.wcsu.edu/newsevents/events.asp]
 
Sun. Nov. 19
1:00pm - 4:00pm Evita - Western Connecticut Department of Theatre Arts
Where: MainStage Theatre - Visual and Performing Arts Center at WCSU 43 Lake Avenue Extension Danbury, CT 06811
Description: “Evita” is Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical based on the life of Evita Duarte, an actress who became the wife of Argentinian President Juan Peron, and the most loved and hated woman in Argentina. Don’t miss the incredible MainStage performance, directed by Tim Howard, choreographed by Mary Ann Lamb, and musical director, Frank Schiro. Sync to the Link [http://www.wcsu.edu/newsevents/events.asp]

 
Thursday November 23, 2017 
Thanksgiving Day
Enjoy family and friends

 
Sat. Nov. 25
8:00pm - 9:30pm Funnier Than Your Family - The Palace Danbury
Where: The Palace Theatre, 165 Main St, Danbury, CT 06810, USA
Description: Ahhhh Thanksgiving weekend. A time for family, food, and football! But once you’ve had enough of all three, come join us at The Palace for a night of comedy… we guarantee they’re funnier than your family!

Hosted by comedian & master storyteller Shaun Eli, the evening will present stand-up comedians Andy Pitz and Frank Vignola. Pitz made his television debut on The Late Show with David Letterman and performs regularly at comedy clubs such as Comic Strip Live, Gotham Comedy Club, Caroline’s, Dangerfield’s. Vignola has appeared on "Comedy Central," “Just for Laughs” (the Montreal Comedy Festival) with Bill Maher and toured with Armed Forces Entertainment (the USO) performing for our troops in Afghanistan.
 

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Connecticut  Funding Opportunities


The Connecticut Department of Economic & Community Development is now accepting applications for the FY18 Connecticut Arts Endowment Fund grant program. The deadline is Friday, December 15, 2017 at 11:59 pm.
Program guidelines:  PDF
Application instructions:  PDF

 
The Connecticut Arts Endowment Fund (CAEF) was established by the State of Connecticut to stimulate the development of private sector funding and help stabilize arts institutions. Interest earned on the Fund’s principal is distributed annually to Connecticut non-profit arts organizations which have received a minimum of $15,000 in contributions in each of the last two years from non-governmental sources.
 
CAEF grants are “unrestricted,” that is, organizations may apply funds toward programming, administrative or operational costs, capital projects, equipment purchase, or to build their own endowments. Applicants do not specify a grant request amount or propose specifically how funds are to be spent.
 
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Western Conn. State Univ. 
Nov. 10-19 MainStage

Immaculate High School 
Nov. 16 - 18 at 7:00 PM
Danbury Museum Crafts November 25 through December 23
Ride a vintage train to Santa's toyland! Dec. 9-17 
 
The Palace Danbury

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There is always something happening throughout the city:
Danbury Museum & Historical Society
9th annual Holiday Shoppe & Craft Fair
The Danbury Museum's Annual Holiday Shoppe & Craft Fair will be held November 25 through December 23, 2017.
www.danburymuseum.org/

Danbury Railway Museum
http://www.danburyrailwaymuseum.org

Danbury Public Library 
www.danburylibrary.org/

At Western Connecticut State University: 
University Events
www.wcsu.edu/
 
In the Neighboring 12 Towns: 

Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut 
www.ArtsWestern.org/

 

closed until further notice

Military Museum of So. New England 
www.usmilitarymuseum.org/

Long Term Exhibits

 
Thru November 2017
 
Art & Frame, 60 Newtown Road
Variations on a Theme Robert and Mary Lou Alberetti
http://www.artandframeofdanbury.com/
 
Until Dec. 22

Gallery at Still River Editions 128 East Liberty Street
Loud a group exhibition of music photography by sixteen artists from Connecticut, one from New York, and one from Florida/New York. The exhibition was curated by Lys Guillorn, who is Gallery Director of the Gallery at Still River Editions, and is also a musician.
https://stillrivereditions.com/current-exhibition/
 
Thru December 2017

Gallery @287, 287 Main Street 
IMAGININGS Robert Crawford is an illustrator and fine artist living in the beautiful hills of Connecticut. He works in his own unique style which he says is influenced by magic realism and the regionalism of post-World War Two artists like Grant Wood and Thomas Hart Benton.  
 

Accessible Art


Until Dec. 29  


YMCA's ESCAPE to the Arts 293 Main Street
Steve Bean  - Earned a BA in Illustration and Painting at Western Connecticut State University, and has continued his own education and sought inspiration by exploring US National Parks from Alaska to Maine. He possesses the soul of a wanderer. Steve's unique style is a combination of the expressive quality of impasto painting with the fluidity of the sumi brush. He often uses cake decorating tips to create unique textures.  

Filosa/Hancock Hall  31 Staples Street
Crystal Keeler - In Frozen in Time, Crystal Keeler shows a deep passion for both science and the arts, for example, combining traditional and digital 3D sculpting techniques or abstract work mixing the effects of heat and gravity in a fast setting epoxy resin She has a degree in Media Arts & Animation. Her latest abstract series, from calm vistas reminiscent of a spring meadow or cresting waves on an ocean to dynamic expanding nebulas glowing in brilliant colors, each work represents a transient emotional state "frozen in time.' 

Mothership Bakery & Cafe 331 Main Street 
Anne Marie Foran - Water and Woods, works in a variety of mediums. She received her BFA from Marymount Manhattan College and has studied at the Washington Art Association. Her works have been awarded numerous prizes and she has been included in exhibitions at The Gallery of the Brookfield for the Arts and at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury. She is a member of the Washington Art Association and the Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists. 

Danbury City Hall 155 Deer Hill Avenue
Frederick P. Burger - Photography is all about recording the action of light on our world. His interest in the impact of man on the urban environment is evident in the way urban landscapes are changed by the choices of lighting used once the sun has gone down. His work strives to capture the ways in which artificial light are used to enhance and inform our perception of the man-made environments in which we live and play, whether they are stationary or in motion. 

CityCenter Danbury 268 Main Street
Carol Gibson - An "eclectic photographer." Her passion for photography has been instrumental in showing her the beauty in all of her surroundings. Her mantra is, 'Look up. Look down. Look all around. You never know what will be found.'  Her greatest honor is seeing her photograph of the 9/11 Flag Memorial in Newtown CT hanging in the New York Stock Exchange. Her ultimate goal is to have it hang in the Oval Office.

Hodge Insurance Agency 283 Main Street
Tara Tomaselli - A fine art photographer with over 20 years working in the industry. Primarily self-taught, she has been professionally exhibiting and selling her photographs since 2012. She notes,"When I come upon an interesting subject, I like to observe and take it in from all angles, then I hone in on what I feel is the most appealing part - most often a close up, showing the beauty in things no matter their current state, objects that are old, discarded, junked, rusted, decayed, interesting." 

Danbury Public Library 170 Main Street
Honorah O'Neill  - "I give flesh to monsters," proclaims Honorah O'Neill lightheartedly.   

Pour Me Coffee & Wine Cafe 274 Main Street
Alma Al-Faham - Born and raised in Kuwait to a Syrian father and a Jordanian mother, Alma Al-Faham holds a BSc in Architectural Engineering. She has lived, worked and exhibited her art in Jordan, Greece, and the US, complementing her passion for art by taking extensive courses in painting and jewelry design in both Greece and Jordan. Poetry, the blue waters of the Aegean sea, and Damascene architecture are her sources of inspiration. 

Also in the Accessible Series
Chris Ludwig, photographer. Bethel Public Library, 189 Greenwood Ave, Bethel CT

 

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The Trailer Box Project 15 Great Pasture Rd. 
Sculpture of Juan Bordes now on display
http://www.trailerboxproject.com/

 

 


Yearlong 

The IN VIEW project is a collaboration between property owners in downtown Danbury Connecticut and area emerging artist who seek a venue to exhibit work.
IN VIEW Facebook 
 

Upcoming exhibition:


Art & Frame Small Works (Nov 25 - Jan 13)
Open call drop off: Nov. 11-21
All mediums, must be 13" or under.
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Oct - Dec 2013

Danbury, Conn.

Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale

October 12, 13, and 14 is the time to be at the PAL building 35 Hayestown Road, across from the Town Park for the Annual Friends of the Danbury Book sale. This year there are over 80,000 items in 60 categories to browse. From Antiques to DVD's stop by and shop at this excellent event. Beginning at 8:00 A.M. on Saturday those early birds pay $10 admission for first crack at the treasures. And at 10:00 A.M. and for the rest of the weekend admission is free to all. On Sunday books drop to 1/2 price and by Columbus Day books will be $5.00 by the bag full. 

As an added bonus this year on Saturday between 1 and 3, there is a book singing with Bill Devlin and Herb Janick authors of Danbury's Third Century. And for the first time Credit cards are accepted for purchases. Stop over and support the Danbury Public Library through your purchases. Who knows what values you'll find.    

what is to come?

The Danbury Music Centre returns this season with Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Ballet. In conjunction with the Danbury Symphony Orchestra and 200 dancers from the greater Danbury area in this fully staged, costumed production. Arthur Fredrick is Artistic Director and Choreographer and Ariel Rudiakov is musical director and conducts the Danbury Symphony Orchestra. Tickets go on sale November 21st and traditionally sell out fast but you may select seats early by mail.  Check the Music Centre website for details. http://www.danbury.org/MusicCtr/calendar.htm

First Night Danbury 2012-2013, enjoying its 23rd year as a family friendly New Year’s Eve celebration, salutes “Danbury Fare.” The pun is intended, with memories of Danbury’s historic and iconic “Fair” along with recognition of our City’s “Fare,” continuing to develop and service within our CityCenter downtown hub. First Night takes place on New Year’s Eve, December 31st, from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm in Danbury downtown venues, all within easy walking distance. http://www.firstnightdanbury.org/ 

Among the many events at the Palace Danbury is "The Great Danbury Fair Revue" October 12th at 7:30. Be prepared for music, memories, and more when Billy Michael and his Cavalcade of Stars take a nostalgic look at the most beloved fair in America. Although you may shed a tear or two, they guarantee you'll leave smiling. Find information about everything going on at the Palace connect to their website. http://www.thepalacedanbury.com/ 

loosing a gallery space

The Mercurial Gallery at 11 Library Place, in the heart of Downtown Danbury, will be closing its doors following this latest show Undone. For over four years Amanda Bloom has brought wonderful and interesting exhibits to the space off Main Street but the time has come to move on to new adventures. But keep your eyes open for an occasional 'Pop-up' show. Thank you, Amanda, for all your efforts showcasing the arts in the City and beyond. We look forward to your next projects.

a message to our supporters

For over 45 years the Danbury Cultural Commission has supported and promoted arts and culture in Danbury. We are a part of the city which nurtures creative and aesthetic projects which support economic stability and a full quality of life. Danbury is one of the “Best Cities in America” in part because the Cultural Commission finds new talent and supports existing outlets.

gallery spaces full of visual art

The Trailer Box is again presenting works at their location at the Arts Project Space at Jim Felice Studios 15 Great Pasture Rd., Unit 15 Danbury, Connecticut 06810. The current show at the Trailer Box Gallery, “Sculpture 2013” Dave Gesualdi & Bob Keating, will be open, Thursday, Friday & Saturday 12pm - 5pm Thru Nov. 2.  Find additional details on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TrailerBoxGallery

craft fair season throughout New England and Danbury has its share of events

An Art Trunk at the Sheraton, 745 Baywood Dr. Danbury, the Fall Craft Fair at St. Gregory the Great, a Holiday Spectacular Arts & Crafts Showcase at the Ethan Allen Hotel/Conference Ctr, 21 Lake Ave. Danbury and the Connecticut Handcrafted Holiday Expo at O'Neil Center Western CT State Univ., University Blvd. are only a few of the events. In addition there is The Holidays juried Craft Show November 23rd at the PAL Center with some of the finest Crafters and Artists in the area showing handmade merchandise. Check the Commission web site, DanburyArts.com, for updates and details.

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CityCenter hosted the Taste of Danbury with vendors arrayed throughout the Downtown green Musical events added to the excitement and festive atmosphere.

 

At the Richter Association for the Arts in September, the Berkshire Big Band played outdoors and the audience called it "Fantastic". On the 22nd A musical lecture by Charles Berger, “From Classical to Popsical” discussing the use of classical melodies in popular music. And the juried art show set up and exhibited to round out the month.



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Music at the Heirloom
This month more than 8 bands will be performing at the 155 Main Street Danbury concert hall and art gallery. Even more is planned for the rest of the year. Check their website for performance details.

http://heirloomarts.org/

 


 

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Danbury Museum and Historical Society hosts the 6th Annual Holiday Craft Fair & Bazaar! Nov. 30th to Dec. 21st .Visit the web site for more info! http://www.danburymuseum.org
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