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    The Connecticut Art Trail Pass

    The Connecticut Art Trail Pass is one day admission to all 18 locations on the CT Art Trail. A $75 value for only $25!
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  • WEIR Farm

    Weir Farm National Historic Site

    Find Your Park this Spring 2016
    at Weir Farm National Historic Site

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    Yale Center for British Art

    Modernism and Memory: Rhoda Pritzker and The Art of Collecting

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The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum


Honoring Jackie Winsor



Ridgefield, CT

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Re:Location CCP’s 2016 Members Show

This exhibition asks you to consider the role location plays in your life and practice. Would you be the same if you lived someplace else? Where would your ideal place be? How have your present and past residences shaped who you are and your creativity? What role does your vernacular language play on your creative output? This exhibition provides CCP members the chance to interpret their world through the art of the print. We ask you to look back on the places that have made an impact on you and have shaped your life today. Click here to register.

ENTRY DEADLINE: March 18, 2016
ENTRY FEE: $20 fee per artist
AWARDS JUROR: Gary Lichtenstein, of Gary Lichtenstein Editions, LLC

BEST IN SHOW: Solo exhibition to coincide with the 2017 Annual Members’ Exhibition
SECOND PRIZE: Half-day with CCP Printer
HONORABLE MENTIONS: One-day studio rental

About the Art Trail

The Connecticut Art Trail is a nationally recognized partnership between eighteen world-class museums and historic sites, created to promote Connecticut’s rich cultural assets as part of a travel experience.

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Press Releases

Cos Cob, CT – Exactly who was Sarah Bush? Every third grade student in town comes to know her as they learn the history of their town through a program sponsored by the Greenwich Historical Society. Her elegant portrait, hanging prominently in the Historical Society’s circa 1730 Bush-Holley House (the town’s only Registered National Landmark),… Read more »