Our current exhibit:
Open through March 25, 2020
This student-curated show features artwork from local student artists, grades pre-k through 12. Working in two and three-dimension, these students have employed line, color, texture, movement, contrast, and so much more in a variety of media.
To schedule a group or private tour, email email@example.com.
Lost and Found Opening Dinner
The upcoming show in The Gallery, Lost and Found, addresses two environmental crises, the extinction of species and the loss of our young who spend as little as 28 minutes a day outdoors. The show also celebrates the creative and active ways we, both children and adults, engage with nature. Please help us celebrate the opening of Lost and Found on April 3 with a dinner at the Loos Center for the Arts.
Featured guests include Bill Houston, board chairman of the National Wildlife Federation, and Sarah Heminway, director of northeast corner programs of the Connecticut Audubon Society. Your ticket also includes an environmentally responsible dinner and beverages, including local beer and wine.