Thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone who attended, planned, performed, hosted, sponsored and supported this event! Please stay tuned for details and many pictures following this fantastic and well-attended event.
We thought we’d mark the 500th year anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci by filling you in on some strange facts about the man and his works. Also, just so you know, in the event you are heading to France, there will be an exhibit at the Louvre celebrating the 500th year since his death. The exhibit opened Oct. 24th, but don’t fret, you have a little time; it runs through Feb. 24, 2020. It will include some 160 pieces that are borrowed from Italy, UK and elsewhere that include Da Vinci masterpieces, studies and scientific sketches, and some pieces by other artists in his realm. There will also be a very special virtual reality exhibit that uncovers some of the story behind the most famous “Mona Lisa.”
We are proud to offer new promotional and marketing upgrades to artists, organizations and businesses. Our new partner program with exclusive tiers for Expanded and Premier partners, and à la carte options allows you to promote, connect, and collaborate precisely how and when your need arises.
Whether you are a musician, artist, performer or arts organization, consider adding your name to the list of members who value the mission of the Arts & Culture Collaborative and celebrate the high quality of art in our region.
Thank you to Premier pARTners Palace Theater and Landmark Community Theatre as well as Expanded pARTners Arts Escape, Post University, Seven Angels Theatre and Waterbury Symphony Orchestra. Join them as pARTners with the ACC!
Our 2019 Fall/Holiday Guide is available, covering events of our members/partners for October, November and December. It also includes a handy two-page section in the back, providing details of fall and holiday happenings in towns throughout our region, such as Trick or Trunk, holiday parades and more.
The Republican-American newspaper distributed this publication for subscribers and others to see in its Sept. 25th edition. Physical copies are also available at our members’ venues, listed here. Contact us if you need a supply sent to you. Check out our upcoming events page for more details, too.
Thank you to all our “pARTners” who helped make this edition possible!
The Arts & Culture Collaborative was created to strengthen and support the arts in the Waterbury region as a central component of furthering economic and cultural development and to enhance the quality of life for our residents.
Find out more about the ACC. Join us as a member. Help us to spread the word about the high quality of artistic life in our region by participating in the programs of the ACC. This collaboration works through open dialog, so contact us for more information or to receive our regular events publications.