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Former CreativeGround Website Administrator

The New England Foundation for the Arts is making its way around Connecticut and will be stopping in four cities to provide organizations, artists, and creative businesses the opportunity to learn about NEFA's New England grant programs as well as CreativeGround, NEFA's free online directory.

Hosted by Connecticut Regional Arts Service Organizations, workshops will include a demonstration of CreativeGround that will guide individuals and organizations through the process of creating and updating a comprehensive profile - maximizing the profile's searchability as well as how to use CreativeGround to search for others for potential collaborations. Attendees will also learn about grant opportunities serving the New England region.
 

Tuesday, April 28

Norwich, Connecticut
Otis Library | 261 Main Street
9 - 11 AM
Hosted by the Southeastern Connecticut Cultural Coalition and Windham Arts

   RSVP   


Wednesday, April 29

Danbury, Connecticut
Office of the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut | 287 Main Street
4 - 6 PM
Hosted by the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut

   RSVP   


THURSDAY, APRIL 30

Bridgeport, Connecticut
Bijou Theatre | 275 Fairfield Avenue
9 AM - 12 PM
Hosted by the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County
NEFA will be presenting as part of a larger workshop about building and sustaining creative community collaborations. Learn more about the workshop here and email David Green at david@culturalalliancefc.org to RSVP.


Thursday, April 30

Thomaston, Connecticut
Thomaston Opera House | 158 Main Street
4:30 - 6:30 PM
Hosted by Northwest Connecticut Arts Council and The Arts & Cultural Collaborative

   RSVP   


CreativeGround will also be an exhibitor at the Connecticut Library Association Conference in Groton on Monday, April 27 and Tuesday, April 28. Will you be there? Come visit our table! For more information about these workshops, contact the hosting organizations or email creativeground@nefa.org.

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