Subject: Click...Pick...and Go! Your E-Buzz Events for the Week April 19 - April 26

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Our Weekly E-Buzz selection from
April 18, 2017
Squirrel Nut Zippers 
and Ozomatli 
United Together Tour

Weds. April 19 
Ridgefield Playhouse

Ozomatli caught their first big break opening for Santana on their Supernatural tour. Squirrel Nut Zipper, playing a fusion of 1930s era swing Delta blues, gypsy jazz, klezmer and other styles, released their most celebrated album Hot, 20 years ago...(More)
Matters At Hand 

Thurs. April 20
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
Opening Reception

Opening reception for a mixed-media, all-woman exhibition of works by Sarah Amos, Pegan Brooke, Beth Dary, Jessica Drenk, Valeria Nascimento and Cheryl Ann Thomas, exploring appreciation for the natural world, its beauty and ephemerality, through the use of different mediums and aesthetics. (More)
Sarah Amos, Sweet River Night River, 2010, Collagraph and acrylic on Japanese rice paper, 108 x 38 ½ inches, detail.
Main Street to Madison Avenue

Fri. April 21
Westport Arts Center
Opening Reception

Continuing the Art Center's celebration of the 1950s and 1960s, this exhibition highlights many of the most significant illustrators, photographers and designers that lived and worked in Westport in the 50's-70's, and who left an indelible mark on contemporary art and culture through their creative art in advertising (More)
Colorblends Artist Open House

Sat. April 22
Colorblends House & Spring Garden, 893 Clinton Avenue Bridgeport

With daffodils in their prime, and the tulips showing color, come see the pop-up art gallery in the newly renovated Colonial Revival mansion, filled with art created by local artists: Christopher Harley, Ellen Hoverkamp, Distort, Jahmane West, Liz Squillace, Lizzy Rockwell, Loren Constantini, Looketha, Michael J Clocks and Ruben Marroquin. Refreshments served and Colorblends staff will be available to answer bulb questions.  (More)
Sixth Annual 
Maker Faire Westport 

Sat. April 22
Westport Library and Grounds

Maker Faire Westport, produced by Remarkable STEAM in partnership with the Westport Library, is Connecticut’s largest event focused on creativity and innovation, attracting tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, artists, hobbyists, engineers, scientists, students, teachers, food artisans and commercial exhibitors.(More)

Sat. April 22
Carriage Barn Arts Center
New Canaan
Opening Reception

Spectrum is an annual juried exhibition of original, contemporary artwork by local and regional artists. This year, guest juror Adrienne Ruger Conzelman reviewed works rendered in gray scale -- black and white and anything in between. (More)
Open Studio Day

Sat. April 22
Ridgefield Guild of Artists

Kicking off with a champagne brunch at Rockwell Art and Framing, browse a pop-up exhibit, then plan your own route through town as you set out on the self-guided studio tours at 7 artists studios (including three Cultural Alliance member artists). (More)
Puerto Rican Songbook Concert 

Sat. April 22
The Bijou Theatre

The Greater Bridgeport Latino Network presents Rick Reyes and the Campo de Humo band back at the Bijou, bringing with them the traditional sounds of Puerto Rico — a tribute to the island's rich musical history — from Danza to Jibaro, Bolero to Trova, Plena to Salsa, and more. (More)
Highlight New Canaan 

Sat. April 22
Silvermine Arts Center
Opening Reception

Guest-curated by Paul Efstathiou and organized by Eleanor Flatow,  Highlight: New Canaan, unites eleven professional contemporary artists based in New York City and Los Angeles. Efstathiou brings these notable artists together to create a dynamic and diverse show, in accordance with Silvermine’s 96-year history of showcasing innovative artists and connecting the community to broader discussions and explorations occurring in the art world.  (More)
Tom Chapin
Horizons at SHU Gala

Sat. April 22
Sacred Heart University 

Horizons at SHU hosts its 2nd annual gala, featuring iconic folk singer, and three-time Emmy-winner, Tom Chapin. The gala honors Grace and Ruben Rodriquz on Saturday, April 22nd, 6-8pm. (More)
Old World & New World
Chamber Players of the Greenwich Symphony

Sun. April 23
Round Hill Community Church
Mon. April 24
The Bruce Museum

The Chamber Players of the Greenwich Symphony will celebrate "Old World and New World" by performing three works for piano and strings by Copland, Mozart, and Zarebski.  (More)
Erica Stoller & Nina Rappaport: Architectural Photographer Ezra Stoller

Mon. April 24
The New Canaan Library

Part of the series: Glass House Presents At New Canaan Library, Esto director Erica Stoller and architectural historian and critic Nina Rappaport, will present a lecture on Ezra Stoller, preeminent American architectural photographer, whose images helped define mid-century modernism (More)
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