DANBURY, Conn. -- The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut in Danbury is seeking art entries for the Accessible Art Project 2016.
The project is celebrating its eighth year of showcasing artists who live and work in Western Connecticut in a year-long, multi-site series of exhibitions.
Both wall space for two-dimensional work and storefront windows for art installations will be made available by various venues, which will host more than 25 exhibitions in Danbury and Bethel throughout the year.
The Accessible Art Project is a collaboration between the Cultural Alliance, public and private venues and artists. Its intent is to provide opportunity for artists to show work in alternative spaces and to make art more accessible to the public. It also is a way for business leaders to leverage creative talent to promote economic development and bring life to downtown communities.
The project is open to all artists ages 18 and older; artists are required to be a current member of the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut to participate.
For additional information on the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut, call (203) 798 0760 or click here.
Artists may apply by clicking here. The deadline for entries is Friday, Jan. 8.
The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut is headquartered at 287 Main St.
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