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Alexey von Schlippe GalleryWebsite
The Alexey von Schlippe Gallery at UConn Avery Point organizes and hosts four art exhibitions each year. The exhibits feature either historical or contemporary art, and are planned with both the university and local communities in mind.
Artists' Cooperative Gallery of WesterlyWebsite
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Built c. 1800, the Avery-Copp House Museum is a time capsule of domestic life as experienced over the past 200 years. Our purpose is to engage the public in learning about the history of Groton and the surrounding community.
Barn for Artistic YouthWebsite
The Barn for Artistic Youth provides school year and summer art lessons to all ages. Located in the heart of the village of Niantic, the BAY teaches drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture with lessons rich in art history and technique.
Brookside Farm MuseumWebsite
Open: June- August, Friday-Sunday, 12 pm - 4 pm, or by appointment. Closed July 4th Weekend. On the National Historic Register as the Thomas Avery House, this Greek Revival farmhouse features mid-19th century life onward through the story of the Avery, Smith & Harris families. (Formerly known as the Smith-Harris House)
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The mountain dulcimer is an original American Folk instrument created by the Scots and Irish settled in Appalachia. It is a VERY easy instrument to learn how to play. Dulcimers provided for participants for this 90 minute workshop.
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