News & Notes
That’s the latest for the State Street Mural Project, a collaboration among the Bradley Street Bicycle Co-Op (BSBC), Arts For Learning Connecticut, the Upper State Street Association (USSA) and local artists Alex Novak and Anika Stewart. Earlier this year, the project received $8,000 from the Could Be Fund, a project of the Elm City Innovation Collaborative. As they work to reach matching funds by the end of the fiscal year, artists plan to begin priming at the end of the month.
"Drums Shake Hamden" Article
Taikoza, our Japanese drumming group recently performed in Hamden. Check out this article in The New Haven Independent https://www.newhavenindependent.org/index.php/archives/entry/drums_taiko_hamden/
Ion Bank Community Awards Program
You can help us earn grant money!
Voting has begun for the 10th Annual Community Awards Program so please help us earn grant money! We will receive a $25 donation from the Ion Bank Foundation for every vote we receive! Every vote counts! If you are an Ion Bank customer, please visit IonBank.com to vote until March 31, 2019.
Voting is open to all Ion Bank customers. One vote per customer, however, for accounts with multiple owners, each owner may vote. Customers with multiple accounts may only vote once. Each customer can vote for only one organization.
New Artists, New Programs!
Arts for Learning CT is excited to welcome aboard a slew of new artists, as well as new programming from veteran artists! Let's welcome African Drummer Bolokada Conde, Environmental Entertainer Billy B from Young Audiences of MA, Spoken Word Artist and Poet Sharmont "Influence" Little, Author and Visual Arts Teacher Susan Striker, and Author and Motivational Speaker Theresa Mackiewicz! Also featured on our website are new programs from Kahana Hula, Laughing Matters, and Turtle Dance Music!