The Aldrich Contemporary Museum: Yoga in the Sculpture Garden
Saturday, August 1, 2 to 3:30 pm: $15; $10 member
Back by popular demand! Giordano continues her series of art-inspired Vinyasa yoga workshops with Virginia Poundstone’s graceful outdoor geometric flower sculpture as the centerpiece. Healthy spa refreshments will be served. Register here!
The Bruce Museum Presents: Fred Elser First Sunday Science
Science Innovation Fair Sunday, August 2 1:30 – 4:00 pm
Amazing science projects are being done by high school students who participate in regional and national competitions. Find out what these talented student scientists are up to and vote for your favorite. Topics range from drug delivery methods to work on biofuel, tumors, and malaria. The top two projects, based on scientific achievement as well as presentation, and a people’s choice award selection will receive prize awards at 3:15 pm.. The program is free, but Greenwich Point Park entry fees apply. Click here for beach pass information. For more information, contact Cynthia Ehlinger by email or at 203-413-6756.
Week 9: (7/26/15 – 8/1/15) Art Gallery at the University of Saint Joseph- West Hartford, CT
Week 10: (8/2/15 – 8/8/15) Silvermine Arts Center- New Canaan, CT
Week 11: (8/9/15 – 8/15/2015) The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum – Ridgefield, CT
Week 12: (8/16/15 – 8/22/15) Yale Center for British Arts – New Haven, CT
Week 13: (8/23/15 – 8/29/15) Weir Farm National Historic Site – Wilton, CT
Week 14: (8/30/15 – 9/5/15) The Housatonic Museum of Art – Bridgeport, CT
For complete schedule of the #18WeeksCTArt Campaign click here
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