Art Exhibition: WATERSHED – Taryn McMahon at Center for Contemporary Printmaking:

Center for Contemporary Printmaking Mathews Park, 299 West Avenue, Norwalk

SUNDAY, APRIL 14 THROUGH SUNDAY, MAY 19 OPENING RECEPTION: Sunday, April 14, 2024 from 2:00 – 4:00 PM Watershed explores the entanglements between the human and nonhuman through Northeast Ohio’s waterways. I present everyday landscapes, such as the Cuyahoga River and surrounding creeks, as compelling ecological sites that reveal the underlying fantasies and overlooked realities shaping how […]

New Haven Symphony Orchestra “Renaissance Rhythms: From Harlem to New Haven,” Harlem Renaissance: Orchestral Voices

Shelton Intermediate School 675 Constitution Blvd N, Shelton

The New Haven Symphony Orchestra (NHSO) will present “Renaissance Rhythms: From Harlem to New Haven,” a week of programs spanning the week of April 6- 14, which explore the artistic outpouring of music, theatre, and writing that flourished in both the Harlem Renaissance and New Haven’s Renaissance during the same era. This high-energy program celebrates the […]

$10 – $49

Dance / Circus: FLIP Fabrique in Blizzard at The Quick

Quick Center for the Arts 1073 North Benson Road, Fairfield

Do you love the feeling of shaking a snow globe and watching as everything goes from chaos to falling perfectly in place? With Blizzard, which celebrated its 200th performance in 2023, FLIP Fabrique takes you on a crazy, poetic, and gentle winter journey, and invites you to lose yourself in a moment of complete wonder. With performers at […]

$25 – $40

Yale Institute of Sacred Music: Eecumenical Hymn Festival

Yale School of Music Woolsey Hall 500 College Street, New Haven

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Yale Institute of Sacred Music will hold an ecumenical hymn festival in Woolsey Hall on May 5, 2024, at 4 p.m. A community choir of 300 voices will sing hymns around the theme “All Creation Sings,” celebrating the diversity of our creation and our duty as faithful people […]

Documentary: SEEDS OF CHANGE to air on Connecticut Public Television

An organic farmer in Maine sets out to transform the Prison food system. Filmed over the course of two-years, Seeds of Change chronicles the intersecting stories of lifelong farmer Mark McBrine and several incarcerated men as they grow their own food on a five-acre prison garden unlike any other. Nick Callanan, Director of the Maine Outdoor Film Festival […]

Yale Institute of Sacred Music : Biophilia: In Excelsis Art Exhibit

Miller Hall 406 Prospect Street, New Haven

March 27-May 2 Biophilia: In Excelsis is an art exhibition that focuses on the theme of sacred ecosystems, including oceans and forests, and their imminent transformation due to increased global warming. Curated by M. Annenberg, it brings together twenty-two artists who represent different cultural backgrounds, generations, and geographic locations, and who explore the concept of Biophilia, […]

WCSU: Climate and Human Civilization Lecture Series: Tickpocalypse: Assessing Risk for Tick-Borne Diseases in a Changing Climate

WCSU Science Building 181 White Street, Danbury

CLIMATE AND HUMAN CIVILIZATION: 8th annual series of lectures for the general public on climate change. Professors at WCSU will team up with students to present the latest information on climate change and its effects on our lives and future. From 7 to 8 p.m. in Room 219 of the Science Building on the Midtown campus. The public […]

Touch-A-Truck: Hands-On Family Event

Veterans Memorial Park 130 Atlantic Street, Stamford

Stamford Downtown, in conjunction with various City of Stamford departments, will host a free event during the school spring break. Touch A Truck is a family-friendly event designed to allow children to explore, climb and touch vehicles of all shapes and sizes. The Stamford Fire Department, Stamford Police Department, Stamford Emergency Services, City of Stamford Operations […]

Author Talk: Madeline Miller: ‘Circe’ at Eastern Connecticut State

Eastern State University Student Center Charter Oak Rd., Willimantic

Eastern Connecticut State University will welcome #1 New York Times bestselling author Madeline Miller for a virtual presentation on April 17 at 5 p.m. in the Student Center Theatre. The talk will focus on Miller's award-winning novel "Circe" and is the culminating event of this year's National Endowment for the Arts-sponsored "Big Read" program at […]

Meet & Greet and Book Signing with Judith Dupré

James Merrill House 107 Water Street, Stonington

Upcoming James Merrill House Fellow: JUDITH DUPRÉ  is a writer, structural historian, and public speaker. She’s the author of several bestselling works of narrative nonfiction on art, design, and architecture, including Skyscrapers and One World Trade Center, which chronicles the fourteen year rebuilding effort in lower Manhattan. Born in Providence, Rhode Island, she’s a graduate […]

ART EXHIBIT OPENING: SPRING AWAKENING at Ferguson Library

DiMattia Building 1 Public Library Plaza, Stamford

April 17-June 13, 2024 Opening reception for the juried art exhibit, Spring Awakening, featuring works by local and regional artists. Presented in partnership with the Stamford Art Association. For more information