Southeastern Connecticut Cultural Coalition

The Southeastern Connecticut Cultural Coalition’s mission is to improve the economy, vitality and quality of life in Southeastern Connecticut by supporting the arts, cultural and creative community.

Southeastern Connecticut Cultural Coalition

The Southeastern Connecticut Cultural Coalition’s mission is to improve the economy, vitality and quality of life in Southeastern Connecticut by supporting the arts, cultural and creative community.

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Windham Arts

Through strategic partnerships with the State, Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA) we make every effort to enhance their ability to serve constituent needs, help to promote, strengthen and expand the cultural resources in their communities, and form arts and cross-sector relationships as an effective vehicle for change.

To support the state’s creative economy and provide cultural leadership to a broad diversity of regional constituents. Designated Regional Service Organizations assist the COA to: a) Develop and sustain industry and cross sector relationships and convene constituents to assess need; b) Provide coordinated marketing, technical assistance, advocacy and other relevant services and programs; and c) Support specific COA programs and services like the peer advisor network.

Windham Arts covers the towns of:

Ashford | Brooklyn | Canterbury | Chaplin | Columbia | Coventry | Eastford | Hampton | Killingly | Mansfield | Plainfield | Pomfret |   Putnam | Scotland | Stafford | Sterling | Thompson | Union | Willimantic | Willington | Windham | Woodstock.

Windham Arts

Through strategic partnerships with the State, Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA) we make every effort to enhance their ability to serve constituent needs, help to promote, strengthen and expand the cultural resources in their communities, and form arts and cross-sector relationships as an effective vehicle for change.

To support the state’s creative economy and provide cultural leadership to a broad diversity of regional constituents. Designated Regional Service Organizations assist the COA to: a) Develop and sustain industry and cross sector relationships and convene constituents to assess need; b) Provide coordinated marketing, technical assistance, advocacy and other relevant services and programs; and c) Support specific COA programs and services like the peer advisor network.

Windham Arts covers the towns of:

Ashford | Brooklyn | Canterbury | Chaplin | Columbia | Coventry | Eastford | Hampton | Killingly | Mansfield | Plainfield | Pomfret |   Putnam | Scotland | Stafford | Sterling | Thompson | Union | Willimantic | Willington | Windham | Woodstock.

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Shoreline Arts Alliance

For 40 years, Shoreline Arts Alliance has enriched Connecticut’s cultural landscape through our programs, arts advocacy, and mission to Transform Lives Through the Arts. At the heart of our mission is a commitment to Educate, Encourage, Enrich, and Engage and we follow these guiding principles in all areas of our work.

Shoreline Arts Alliance

For 40 years, Shoreline Arts Alliance has enriched Connecticut’s cultural landscape through our programs, arts advocacy, and mission to Transform Lives Through the Arts. At the heart of our mission is a commitment to Educate, Encourage, Enrich, and Engage and we follow these guiding principles in all areas of our work.

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Arts Council of Greater New Haven

We strive to advance Greater New Haven by providing leadership and support to our diverse arts community. We envision a thriving arts community at the heart of Greater New Haven. We believe that art, culture, and creativity are fundamental human rights.

Arts Council of Greater New Haven

We strive to advance Greater New Haven by providing leadership and support to our diverse arts community. We envision a thriving arts community at the heart of Greater New Haven. We believe that art, culture, and creativity are fundamental human rights.

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Arts and Culture Collaborative – Waterbury Region

The Arts & Culture Collaborative (ACC) was created to strengthen and support the arts in the Waterbury region as a central component of furthering economic and cultural development and to enhance the quality of life for area residents. Established in September 2006 under the auspices of the Greater Waterbury Chamber of Commerce Foundation (a non-profit entity), the ACC serves as a go-to resource for arts and culture. Having just passed our 13th anniversary, the ACC continues to grow and evolve as it promotes, connects, collaborates, and advocates for the arts. It receives support and guidance from the Waterbury Regional Chamber, the CT Office of the Arts, the Connecticut Community Foundation and the arts community.

Arts and Culture Collaborative – Waterbury Region

The Arts & Culture Collaborative (ACC) was created to strengthen and support the arts in the Waterbury region as a central component of furthering economic and cultural development and to enhance the quality of life for area residents. Established in September 2006 under the auspices of the Greater Waterbury Chamber of Commerce Foundation (a non-profit entity), the ACC serves as a go-to resource for arts and culture. Having just passed our 13th anniversary, the ACC continues to grow and evolve as it promotes, connects, collaborates, and advocates for the arts. It receives support and guidance from the Waterbury Regional Chamber, the CT Office of the Arts, the Connecticut Community Foundation and the arts community.

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Northwest CT Arts Council

Our mission is to engage the public in building a strong and connected arts and culture community that is integral to the economic development and thecollective well-being of our region. 

We believe that access to arts and culture is a universal human right, meeting both a social and psychological need. Through promotion and advocacy we support a vibrant, vital, and necessary component of our community.

Service Area: Barkhamsted, Bethlehem, Burlington, Colebrook, Cornwall, Falls Village/Canaan, Goshen, Hartland, Harwinton, Kent, Litchfield, Morris, New Hartford, New Milford, Norfolk, North Canaan, Plymouth, Roxbury, Salisbury/Lakeville, Sharon, Thomaston, Torrington, Warren, Washington, and Winchester/Winsted.

Northwest CT Arts Council

Our mission is to engage the public in building a strong and connected arts and culture community that is integral to the economic development and thecollective well-being of our region. 

We believe that access to arts and culture is a universal human right, meeting both a social and psychological need. Through promotion and advocacy we support a vibrant, vital, and necessary component of our community.

Service Area: Barkhamsted, Bethlehem, Burlington, Colebrook, Cornwall, Falls Village/Canaan, Goshen, Hartland, Harwinton, Kent, Litchfield, Morris, New Hartford, New Milford, Norfolk, North Canaan, Plymouth, Roxbury, Salisbury/Lakeville, Sharon, Thomaston, Torrington, Warren, Washington, and Winchester/Winsted.

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Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut

The Cultural Alliance makes connections between creative entrepreneurs, arts and cultural organizations, the public and businesses to advance the arts and integrate creativity in communities.

Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut

The Cultural Alliance makes connections between creative entrepreneurs, arts and cultural organizations, the public and businesses to advance the arts and integrate creativity in communities.

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International Dance Council CID

The International Dance Council CID is the official organization for all forms of dance in all countries of the world.
Its members are the most prominent federations, associations, schools, companies and individuals in more than 170 countries.
CID was founded in 1973 within the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, where it is based.
CID is official partner of UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
To apply for membership send professional profile. www.CID-portal.org & www.CID-world.org

International Dance Council CID

The International Dance Council CID is the official organization for all forms of dance in all countries of the world.
Its members are the most prominent federations, associations, schools, companies and individuals in more than 170 countries.
CID was founded in 1973 within the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, where it is based.
CID is official partner of UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
To apply for membership send professional profile. www.CID-portal.org & www.CID-world.org

Language of Dance Centre

*Language of Dance® (LOD), created by world renowned movement specialist Dr. Ann Hutchinson Guest, is a teaching approach that enhances the movement and dance experience. Progression develops from use of the basic components of the movement building blocks to create simple phrases and eventually to the creation of complex combinations of movement. The experience of dance-making is not confined to a specific style or genre.

Language of Dance Centre

*Language of Dance® (LOD), created by world renowned movement specialist Dr. Ann Hutchinson Guest, is a teaching approach that enhances the movement and dance experience. Progression develops from use of the basic components of the movement building blocks to create simple phrases and eventually to the creation of complex combinations of movement. The experience of dance-making is not confined to a specific style or genre.

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International Association of Dance Medicine Science

The International Association for Dance Medicine & Science was formed in 1990 by an international group of dance medicine practitioners, dance educators, dance scientists, and dancers. Membership is drawn equally from the medical and dance professions, and has grown from an initial 48 members in 1991 to over 900 members at present world-wide, representing 35 countries.

International Association of Dance Medicine Science

The International Association for Dance Medicine & Science was formed in 1990 by an international group of dance medicine practitioners, dance educators, dance scientists, and dancers. Membership is drawn equally from the medical and dance professions, and has grown from an initial 48 members in 1991 to over 900 members at present world-wide, representing 35 countries.

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