Northeast Region

NORTHEAST REGION DRSO
In January 2021, the CT Office of the Arts announced the Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition will serve as COA’s Designated Regional Service Organization (DRSO) for the following towns in Windham and Tolland counties.

Towns Served:  Ashford | Brooklyn | Canterbury | Chaplin | Columbia | Coventry | Eastford | Hampton | Killingly |  Mansfield | Plainfield | Pomfret | Putnam | Scotland | Stafford | Sterling | Thompson | Union| Willington | Windham | Woodstock

The Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA) partners with Designated Regional Service Organizations (DRSO) that serve as local field offices to constituents and citizens. This statewide network of service providers plays a key role that is mutually beneficial to the state’s citizens and creative economy, the regional arts and cultural infrastructure, and COA’s goals, programs and services.

 

REGISTER as a “Northeast Member”
From sole proprietors, artists and historic site operators, to museums, galleries, cultural attractions and arts centers, the Cultural Coalition includes a diverse cross section of 550+ nonprofit and for-profit individuals, businesses, groups and organizations. The Cultural Coalition is a free membership organization.

If you have not already done so, register using this link below so that we can learn more about you and to join our contact list to receive Cultural Coalition communications, learn about opportunities, and notifications about upcoming activities. Northeastern CT Arts & Culture Contact Registration Form.

 

Northeast Region Coordinator – Fall 2023 (job posting coming soon.)
Expanding upon the work of Charlene Haukom, the first Northeast Region (NER) Coordinator, the Cultural Coalition will be hiring a new Coordinator to help us connect with artists, arts & cultural businesses, community organizations, and municipal and economic development leaders in twenty-one northeastern CT towns.  The Northeast Region Coordinator will serve as the liaison to the region, assess the arts & cultural landscape, and extend the Cultural Coalition’s programs and services to the creative community.