CCT: Gallery & Public Art

Gallery & Public Art

  • The Connecticut Culture Gallery at Bradley International Airport includes four exhibition cases that offer rotating exhibitions that provide visitors with a view of Connecticut's cultural richness and the creative talents of its residents.   read more

  • The Gallery at Constitution Plaza was located on the second floor at One Constitution Plaza in Hartford until 2017, when the Connecticut Office of the Arts moved to new headquarters where a public gallery was not possible.   read more

Public Art
  • The Art in Public Spaces program provides the citizens of Connecticut with an improved public environment by investing in creative works of high quality for public buildings.   read more

  • Recent Public Art installations include works by Kana Tanaka, Janet Lofquist, Sharon Louden and Electroland and several others.   read more

  • The Connecticut Artists Collection is a component of the Art in Public Spaces program and was established to acquire and publicly exhibit works by major and distinguished Connecticut artists and to preserve the works for future generations.   read more
Resources for Artists
  • The Artist Registry, managed by the Connecticut Office of the Arts, the categories include the Art in Public Spaces Artist Registry and the Connecticut Artist Registry.   read more

  • The Visual Artist Resource Guide includes a variety of opportunities and resources available to Connecticut artists.  The Visual Artist Resource Guide was created for the Taking Care of Business - Career Strategies for Visual Artists workshop series and was prepared by the Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism and the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council. It is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of resources. Inclusion in this guide does not constitute an endorsement by the Commission on Culture & Tourism of any individual, organization, web site or content contained therein.

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