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Green Planet FilmsCreative Ground Website
Green Planet Films is a non-profit distributor of Nature, Environment and Human Ecology films, specializing in connecting films and filmmakers to the educational market. We also host community screenings for the south-east shoreline communities.
Groton Public LibraryWebsite
The Groton Public Library brings people, information and ideas together to enrich lives and strengthen our community. Area residents have access to materials in a wide variety of formats, research assistance, programs and partnerships providing instructive and cultural experiences.
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Heikkinen Art & PhotographyWebsite
I am an artist in SECT that provides commissioned artwork and fine art photography. I also sell personal artwork and do portraits and event photography. I also offer art lessons to both youth and adults alike.
This landmark property tells the stories of three great populations whose paths collided in early New London: the Native Americans, the Europeans who arrived in the 1600s, and the enslaved Africans who were brought here about the same time.
Higher Edge gets low-income and first-generation students to and through college. We provide services for students in New London and Willimantic.
Nurturing artists and the creative process – in the arts and in nature. I-Park is both an open-air and a closed-studio laboratory for individual artistic pursuits in the fields of music composition/sound art, visual arts, architecture, moving image, creative writing and landscape/garden/ecological design.
Irene Mrose Rissi
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Artist, Painter in Oils, Watercolor, Pastel, including Landscape, Seascape, Still Life and more. Classes and Workshops are available as well as private instruction and collaboration. National Plein Air Events. My Studio/Gallery in Chester also includes several local Fine Artist's work.
Jessica is a theater based social practice artist. Her socially and civically engaged art is grounded in somatic and contemplative practices that seek to build community connections and capacities for empathy. Original projects such as The Ships in the Night, Hear Here Walla Walla, Performing the Archive, and Miracle Tomato amplify community voices and intersect with oral and written histories.
Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts CenterWebsite
The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center is a non-profit performing arts organization located in a historic building in Old Saybrook. The Kate presents music, theater, opera, dance, comedy, film, and children’s programming. A small museum honoring Katharine Hepburn is located in the lobby.
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La Grua CenterWebsite
Founded in 2007, La Grua Center is a nonprofit cultural center in Stonington Borough offering a wide range of concerts, lectures, and art exhibitions in an intimate, acoustically distinctive space flooded with natural light and vaulted ceilings.
Lebanon Historical Society MuseumWebsite
A modern museum with rotating exhibits, genealogy research library and public programs. Children-friendly exhibit about Lebanon in the American Revolution. Beaumont House and Pastor’s Library are located on our campus are opened seasonally for guided tours on most Saturdays.
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