The demand for tickets has been so great that we’ve moved the venue to the Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School at 177 College Street in New Haven! Please share this email or the

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We’re also excited to announce that the forum will be hosted by Ann Nyberg of WTNH-TV! Ann Nyberg is the longest-serving, full-time female news anchor/reporter in Connecticut television history and has been nominated for multiple Emmys. A lover of the arts, she is a founding Board of Trustees member of the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center in Old Saybrook and owns a boutique in Madison called Annie Mame
If you haven’t registered already, please join us for the first ever statewide public gubernatorial candidate forum about arts, culture, and the future of Connecticut’s economy.
If you haven’t registered already, please join us for the first ever statewide public gubernatorial candidate forum about arts, culture, and the future of Connecticut’s economy.
Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School
177 College Street, New Haven
4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Networking, music, and drinks
5:00 – 6:30 p.m. Candidate forum
Candidates attending: Joseph Ganim, Oz Griebel, Rod Hanscomb, Tim Herbst, Ned Lamont, Marisa Manley, David Stemerman
Candidates invited: Mark Boughton, Steve Obsitnik, Kameron Scott, Bob Stefanowski, Micah Welintukonis
Let’s fill the house to show the candidates how much we care about arts and culture in Connecticut! Please don’t wait to register!