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112 Main Street #14, Putnam, CT, United States

Sawmill pottery is a working studio for the community, offering classes and workshops for all ages and abilities.

The open studio is available to anyone who has taken a class at Sawmill Pottery. Packages and memberships are available.

Also available for special events and will assist in planning a custom designed, original and creative event.

Hours: Vary by season, please check our website for current hours.

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75 Main Street, Putnam, CT, United States

A unique art center, located in downtown Putnam, which is on a mission to support the local art community. Please check the website for upcoming exhibits and events.

Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m-5 p.m., Sunday, 12-4 p.m.

950 Main St, Coventry, CT, United States

Hypnosis.

2809 Boston Turnpike, Coventry, CT, United States

Song-a-Day Music Center provides lessons in Guitar, Piano, Violin, 5-String Banjo, Mandolin, Ukulele, Bass Guitar, Dulcimer, Woodwinds, Brass, Drums, Voice, and the Alexander Technique to students of all ages in the geographical area of Coventry, Connecticut. Also have retail instruments, instrument accessories, music, and gifts, and offer repair services for musical instruments.

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32 Young st Willimantic CT United States 06250
Spiral Arts seeks to grow a community of makers, promote collaborative art, and cultural awareness by combining community activism and personal expression. The studio aims to provide art education to children and adults and help them design and create a better world.
Spiral Arts Studio believes that in our visually saturated world everyone has the right to quality visual arts education. Visual literacy has never been so critical, yet schools and community spaces are seeing less and less access to art making opportunities. So we are here to change that.
Spiral Arts Studio offers an array of visual arts classes and workshops. They offer studio access for artists & artisans to work and teach. Spiral Arts Studio also host events such as paint nights and private parties. All proceeds are used to support and fund community out reach programs and studio access to student artists and community members.

Spiral Arts Programs and Events

Ceramics for kids Wednesday 5:00 to 6:30

This class is designed for children 10 and up. Eight sessions of direct instruction with tools and selected non-toxic glazes included. Participants will learn to use hand building techniques such as slabs and coils. Participants will also be introduced to the pottery wheel. All lessons are open ended and focused on the process so children are free to stretch and explore. Price $200 all materials included.

Ceramics Class Wednesdays 6:30 – 8:30

A perfect class for beginners and enthusiasts ages 14 and up. Eight sessions of direct instruction and open studio access with tools and selected glazes included. The goal for this class is to give participants an overall understanding of the medium and is focused on the process. Projects and lessons are tailored to individual interests: Hand building, pottery wheel, surface decoration, and sculptural approaches. Price $200 + $25 Material fee that includes first bag of clay and glazes

Ceramic Workshops Thursdays 6:30 – 8:30

Ceramic workshops are two sessions long and no experience required. They have short term goals and are focused on hand building techniques. Make your own planter, soap dish, and other functional or decorative objects for your home or as a personalized gift to loved ones. All materials are included. Price $45 all materials included.

Paint Nights Every third Saturday 6:00 – 9:00

we’ll be there to facilitate this fun and engaging night out. One of our resident artists will show you step by step how to turn your blank canvas into a masterpiece! No experience required! ($30 per participant) Talk to us about private events and parties! Price $30 all materials included.

Kids Open Studio  Every Friday 5:00 – 6:30

Open studio is a free class open to children 10 and up. There are painting, drawing, and ceramics activities set up for participants to play and explore. Pottery wheels will only be allowed if the child has taken the eight week ceramic for kids class. Price: Free

Open Studio Every Friday 5:00 – 8:30

Open Studio is a free ceramic class for the community (14 y/o and up). We have plenty of reconditioned clay to be wedged and used for hand building and wheel thrown. No experience required. Price: Free

46 Main St, Stafford, CT, United States

Ballet, tap, jazz, modern, hip hop, pointe, musical theatre, creative dance and creative movement.

Handmade stained glass and fused glass. Classes available.

Hours: Closed Sunday and Monday, Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Wednesday Classes, 6-8 p.m. (open during class hours), Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

130 Main Street, Putnam, CT, United States

Makers of cigar and box guitars, ukeleles, and instruments.

341 Hanks Hill Road, Mansfield, CT, United States
860.429.3105860.429.3105
9 Hillside Circle, Mansfield, CT, United States
860.816.6597860.816.6597

Description:I specialize in making chain maille jewelry from sterling silverand gold filled rings. In many of my designs I incorporate crystals, stones and glass beads.

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896 Main Street, Willimantic, Windham, CT, United States

EASTCONN’s Arts at the Capitol Theater (ACT) performing arts magnet high school offers an arts-based education to academically motivated students in grades 9-12. At ACT, students select a major focus area from among five disciplines that include acting, dance, theater production (lighting/set design/set construction/costuming), audio/video and creative writing. Students have daily access to creative experiences through a rigorous curriculum that integrates the performing arts with more traditional academic high school subjects. Highly qualified ACT teaching artists and certified teachers work collaboratively to provide students with personalized educational experiences. Among the many other features that characterize ACT’s high school program are its student-centered learning model; its state-of-the-art facility with the latest technology to meet the demands of each performing arts focus-area; the opportunity to participate in numerous professional-quality performances throughout the year; and its positive school environment, based on the principles of “Respect Yourself, Respect the Work, Respect the Community.”

160 Route 171, Woodstock, CT, United States
860.963.2289860.963.2289

We’ve Got Your Back!

95 Front Street, Putnam, CT, United States

A conservatory style performing arts studio and performance venue catering to  community artists and art enthusiasts. Education offered in dance, theatre, and music. Infants through adults are welcome to explore the performing arts at The Complex Performing Arts Centre.

13 Furnace Avenue, Stafford, CT, United States

We are Northeastern Connecticut’s source for Scrapbook Supplies, Rubber Stamps, and Paper Craft Supplies and Instruction.

Hours:  Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday, 10 .m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday, 12-4 p.m. Closed Wednesday.

32 Pierce Road, Putnam, CT, United States

Morgans: Breeding, training, showing and equitation and carriage driving.

Hours: Please call.

159 Main Street, Danielson, CT, United States

A retailer/wholesaler on Main Street providing new fashions for men and women, apparel, jewelry and accessories. We also provide alterations.

P.O. Box 75, Pomfret, CT 06258
860.928.2946860.928.2946

“Enriching, Inspiring, Accessible. Bringing professional performing arts to our community.”

Now in our 39th season, P/A brings high quality, accessible and affordable professional performing arts to northeast CT. Our own flagship programs are our FREE Children’s Educational Opera and Children’s Educational Symphony programs. Through our artistic partners, Salt Marsh Opera Company and the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, local school children are introduced to the creative artistry, discipline, beauty and storyline in productions of the opera and of  the orchestra. The students learn about the art form, the narrative and the music through a multi-media study guide provided to teachers. Each participating class is visited by the artists for an in-school workshop prior to the performances. In the spring, the children attend live, fully-staged productions of the opera or symphony at the Hyde Cultural Center.

1 Reilly Road, Hampton, CT, United States

O’Brien Place

Early American decorative and folk art classes, primitive portraits, fracturs, faux finishes, reverse glass, theorems (paper/velvet), bronze powder stenciling, country tin, gold leaf, folk art projects and more. Water colors, oil acrylics. Small classes, experienced teacher. Beginners-advanced, all ages. For more info please call: Jinny O’Brien.

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