Order a fun, customized work of art for your valentine, or anyone, for any occasion!

Order a unique hand-drawn work of art of you and your sweetie! Or how about a pet or house portrait for anyone? Visit the Etsy shop JTPortraicatures for easy ordering. If interested in Valentine’s Day gift, order before Jan. 21. Orders will be filled first come first serve, and will be limited depending on volume and if shipping is required. If local, custom order may be drafted for local hand- off. Contact Judy at [email protected] with questions. ‘)}

Stage Manager Wanted by City Youth Theatre

Position Summary:

The Stage Manager supports the Director by providing organizational oversight, ensuring proper team communication, and coordinating technical elements for the production.

Responsibilities:

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Glass Source Studios Expansion and Ribbon Cutting Event

WHEN: Ribbon Cutting: Friday May 14th, 2021 at 1:00pm.
WHAT: Glass Source Studios of Seymour invites members of the business community,
residential community, friends, and family to their official ribbon cutting and celebration of their
expansion. Other invited guests include: Senator Blumenthal, Seymour First Selectwoman,
Annmarie Drugonis, Bill Purcell, President of the Greater Valley Chamber. Join us for
refreshments.
WHERE: Glass Source Studios
18 Bank Street Suite 101
Seymour, CT 06483

WHY: Glass Source Studios has recently expanded their space to allow for more classes and a
larger gallery and studio space. They will be offering more socially-distanced classes, including
Kids Summer Programming. After moving to Seymour 4 years ago, we have grown our
business thanks to the support of our local community.
WHO: Owner, Michael Skrtic, and Studio Manager, Alexandra Capaldo
With a strong team, and quality offerings, the studio has become a notable stained glass studio,
a full learning center, and a gallery and gift shop. Glass Source Studios specializes in
restoration and preservation of stained and leaded glass, and have worked on notable projects
such as Tiffany and Armstrong windows and many of the stained glass windows on Yale
University’s Campus.
Glass Source Studios recently added a Saturday morning stained glass class and are currently
running classes 6 days a week. The new expansion includes more studio and classroom space,
and a larger gallery which highlights in-house creations, along with products from Connecticut-
based artists and businesses such as fused glass pieces by Heidrun Glass Creations, driftwood
animal sculptures by Joan Pollak, and candles and body care products by Little Bee of CT.

For more information call (203) 888-1616 email: [email protected]

or visit our website at www.theglasssource.com
Please follow us on social media for the latest updates, events, and information:
@theglasssource (Facebook)
@glass_source_studios (Instagram) ‘)}

Artists Sunday

 
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Artists Sunday
Sunday, November 29, 2020
 
 
Let’s Help Individual Artists Thrive!
Skip Black Friday. Shop Artists Sunday!
 
 
Artists Sunday is an arts-focused shopping day the first Sunday after Thanksgiving, the largest shopping weekend of the year! The goal is simple: to help artists sell more of their work during the fall holiday season and to help shoppers find unique, personal and hand-made gifts for their loved ones!
 
Planted squarely in the midst of the largest holiday shopping weekend of the year, Artists Sunday aims to make the Sunday after Thanksgiving the arts’ most profitable day annually, boosting sales for creators of art, crafts and handmade items while encouraging consumers to purchase art as holiday gifts.
  
Artists Sunday encompasses a full spectrum of the arts from painting, sculpture, and photography to clothing, jewelry, pottery, and a range of handcrafted items that can be both practical and beautiful. Artists Sunday is also free for artists creating experiential works of art (think dance, music and theater) Types of Artists? View a non-exhaustive list.

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An Accordion, What Is That? A Primer For Children

An Accordion, What is That?The Connecticut Accordion Association and the American Accordionists’ Association are proud to present a children’s’ book all about the accordion!

“An Accordion, What Is That?” is a book about the accordion geared towards preschoolers and children up to second grade. It is the result of a collaborative effort by elementary school teacher Karen Uribe and illustrated by Joan Grauman. The You Tube version is a visual presentation of the book that is narrated, along with superb accordion accompaniment, by accordionist Mary Tokarski. Mary and Joan are members of the Connecticut Accordion Association. Curious young minds can listen to the accordion and learn about it through the eyes of some very special characters. The You Tube version of “An Accordion, What Is That?” can be accessed online here.

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There’s nothing like holding a book in your hands and reading it to a curious young mind. For this purpose, the hard copy of this book can be purchased!!! A CD comes with the hard copy, allowing a child to listen to the presentation as s/he reads the book.

You can purchase a hard copy of “An Accordion, What Is That?” by contacting Mary Tokarski directly at 203-691-5362 or by email at
[email protected] ‘)}