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Request for Proposal – Hodges Square Lighting Project (updated and expanded scope of project)
The three design elements are to individually tell a story of New London murals, plantings represent indigenous spies that once covered the landscape, a combination of arts installation of vibrant light display and murals that will enhance public safety, and the quality of life for Hodges Square residents and visitors. $125,000 budget for light projection, landscaping and signage. DEADLINE: March 31, 2020
Hodges Square Light work RFP Jan31 (1)
Photo Contest at Florence Griswold Museum – What does Sanctuary mean to you?
What Does SANCTUARY look like to you? The exhibition “Nothing More American:” Immigration, Sanctuary, and Community features Matthew Leifheit’s photographs of a family that took sanctuary from deportation inside the First Congregational Church of Old Lyme. His images of these immigrants appear with portraits of refugee families resettled in Old Lyme. Fleeing devastated countries, they found sanctuary in Connecticut, where they are building new lives.We invite amateur photographers to take the theme of “sanctuary” as their inspiration for a pop-up juried exhibition at the Florence Griswold Museum. The dictionary defines sanctuary as a “consecrated place,” such as a space of worship, and as “a place of refuge and protection.” What do you consider your sanctuary? Point your lenses at the places that represent sanctuary to you.
Participants may submit up to three digital photographs on the theme of “sanctuary.” Deadline April 1
Studio 80 + Sculpture Grounds Summer Sculpture Showcase 2020
June 8 – October 24, 2020 – Studio 80 + Sculpture Grounds’ annual exhibition, Summer Sculpture Showcase, has featured the selected sculptural works of over 80 acclaimed artists, hailing tremendous success, and providing artists with a unique opportunity to showcase their sculpture in a majestic environment specifically designed to nurture the creative arts. The exhibition has drawn over 6000 viewers to the 4.5-acre sculpture garden located on the Connecticut shoreline.
Submission Deadline: May 1, 2020 (jurying will take place May 4-7)

Norwich Poet Laureate – Information