Three years after Maurice Sendak’s death, his western Connecticut hometown of Ridgefield is pursuing a museum honoring the author of “Where the Wild Things Are.”
The Connecticut Science Center is a great place for families and groups of kids to spend a day, and one that children will want to come back to time and time again.
The executive director of the Mark Twain House & Museum in Hartford is leaving for a position in Virginia.
Colts & Quilts: The Civil War Remembered spotlights two disparate objects as contributions and reactions by American men and women responding to a four-year long war raging on their own home turf. In honor of the arrival of the 150-year anniversary of the American Civil War, The Wadsworth Atheneum, in conjunction with the American Art Department and guest curator Lynne Bassett, is remembering the events and significance of the war through art.
By Dani Frank Is there anything more magical than laying eyes upon the Rockefeller Center Tree, reaching 70-feet tall and topped off with a Swarovski crystal star, for the first time? A trip to the […]
There aren’t enough hours in the day to check out every noteworthy art event in the area. But if you want to catch the best the art scene has to offer, check out this quick guide to our can’t-miss picks for January.
The descendant of a noted Connecticut family has bequeathed $20 million to the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven.
From Rembrandt at the Bruce Museum to a look at the history of theater at the Fairfield Museum, check out our picks for must-see exhibits of the season.
A combination of photography, film and the written word, Patti Smith: Camera Solo (on view at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art through February 19, 2012) is an intimate exploration of life and death, expressed in symbolic portraits.
Mystic Seaport is highlighting an exhibit showing visitors some history and art of tattoos.