CCT: Figurative Distance at Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism Gallery

Figurative Distance
at Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism Gallery
September 2 to November 5, 2010

 

Hartford, Conn. (August 9, 2010) - Figurative Distance is an exhibition of photography, painting, sculpture and video created by past recipients of the Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism (“CCT”) Artist Fellowship program.  The artworks selected convey the illusion, reality, or psychology of distance through the use of the human form.

What:   Figurative Distance
            
An exhibition of artworks by CCT Artist Fellowship recipients

Where: Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism Gallery 
            
One Constitution Plaza, 2nd Floor, Hartford, CT  06103

When:  September 2 - November 5, 2010
            
Monday – Friday, 9:00am - 4:00pm

Opening: September 2nd, 4:30-6:30pm

Participating artists include:

Regan Avery (New Haven)
Anna Broell Bresnick (New Haven)
Mary Dwyer (Shelton)
Leeah Joo (Middlebury)
Fethi Meghelli (New Haven)
Adam Niklewicz (North Haven)
Blake Shirley (Bolton)
Ronald J. Sloan (Norfolk)

CCT’s Artist Fellowship program provides grants to encourage the continuing artistic development of Connecticut’s creative artists. 

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About Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism Gallery
The Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism’s Gallery is dedicated to promoting cultural enrichment and visual understanding of the Commission and its constituent organizations.  The gallery features changing exhibitions that support the mission of CCT and directly relate to programs within the agency.  The CCT Gallery is located at One Constitution Plaza, 2nd Floor, Hartford, and is open to the public Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed state holidays and between exhibitions.  Please call in advance or visit www.cultureandtourism for exhibition information.

About the Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism
The Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism brings together tourism, historic preservation and the arts. Its mission is to preserve and promote Connecticut’s cultural and tourism assets in order to enhance the quality of life and economic vitality of the state. The Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism is located at One Constitution Plaza, Second Floor, Hartford, Connecticut. For more information, log on to www.cultureandtourism.org.


Contacts:

Karen Senich
Executive Director
Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism
(860) 256-2727 (Leigh Johnson)

An-Ming Truxes
Art Division Director
Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism
(860) 256-2722