Subject: Organizations' Newsletter - October 6, 2017

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News and Opportunities for the Cultural Nonprofits and 
Creative Businesses of Fairfield County, CT
October 6, 2017
The Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County is a nonprofit service organization that supports its members through unified marketing, capacity building, professional development, and advocacy services. This newsletter is sent to all who request it - but we ask that, if you are not a member, you explore membership benefits and consider joining this community of  more than 550 individuals and organizations. Sign up here
The Cultural Alliance, with Bridgeport Downtown Special Services District, and Connecticut Main Street Center presents a Citizen Jane Film Festival, a 2-day film festival on the arts, urban regeneration and community preservation on Thurs Oct. 12 and Sun. Oct. 15 at Bridgeport's Bijou Theatre. Includes new documentary on Jane Jacobs, conversation with Anthony Flint, author of Wrestling With Moses, the classic film on Norwalk: Survival of a Small City, a program of shorts, walking tours and even a Citizen Jane Bike Tour on Sunday before the films. Details & tickets:
Please join us Thurs. Oct. 26, 6-8 pm, for our Designers Celebrate the Arts benefit - an evening to honor creativity and collaboration, and to support the Cultural Alliance. Enjoy cocktails, appetizers, and music, mix and mingle, and be inspired! Co-chaired by Lynn Morgan and Patrick Mele, the event is hosted by The Antique and Artisan Gallery, Stamford. Ceramicist Frances Palmer will introduce DJ Carey, Executive Editor of CT Cottages & Gardens magazine, in recognition of her work in support of the design community. $40. Tickets here. 

Videos are now posted from our successful ARTISTS TALK at Ridgefield Guild of Artists, from its 40th Annual Juried Show, Oct. 1. See our Artists Talk page here, or connect directly to the videos of Nancy Moore (1st Prize), Cindi Mullins (2nd Prize), Polly Castor (Honorable Mention), and Shelley Lowell (featured guest). You can subscribe to our YouTube channel here. Next Artists Talk, Sun. Nov. 5, at Flinn Gallery, Of Art & Craft, with Susan Eisen, Norma Minkowitz, and Ellen Schiffman.
Consider the Greenwich Arts Council's Meeting Room - a 900 sq.ft. wooden-floored, beautifully-paneled, chandeliered space, elegant enough for any occasion. Its multi-purpose flexibility allows for a seated lecture-style group of 90, or any number of persons circulating for cocktails, food and conversation. With a grand Steinway piano, the Meeting Room is perfect for intimate recitals, musical performances, or even chamber theatre. Three adjacent art galleries allow room for expansion, where guests can enjoy high-quality art in a relaxed setting. $80-105/hr (GAC members, $45)
Just 1 of 74 art spaces on SpaceFinder CT 
Check it out, rent a space, or add your own: it's free!

A Creative Business Member
Principal: Lynn Morgan

Lynn Morgan Design (LMD)’s philosophy for decorating is a clean, crisp, fresh look with a touch of whimsy – all while maintaining a traditional feel. Lynn and her team offer a fun and personalized approach to each client and project. When asked to characterize her decorating style, Lynn responds "That's a difficult question but I'd say my 'hallmark' is what I'd describe as refined simplicity with dashes of color and modernism - but sophisticated. Although I'd characterize my taste as traditional, I do have great appreciation for contemporary details and how they contribute to the overall design effect." Established over 20 years ago in Rowayton, LMD's projects have been primarily in Metropolitan New York, Connecticut and vacation properties in Nantucket, Vermont, Martha's Vineyard, Palm Beach, and the Rockies. LMD has been recognized as one of America's top design firms by House Beautiful magazine and has been featured in almost every top shelter magazine. Published projects have been featured in Coastal Living, CT Cottage & Gardens, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Renovation Style & Traditional Home. Additionally Lynn has been featured in Colefax & Fowlers Interior Transformation, East Coast Rooms by Anne Kasabian and A&E Television Special "Beautiful Decorating" featuring Lynn's own home. Lynn is also listed in the Franklin Report. See LMD's website, Facebook page and Pinterest.

A Creative Business Member
Principals: Ayana and Ethan Klein

3Dux/Design is a family-run business, producing responsibly-engineered architectural kits. It is firmly committed to promoting STEAM education by offering an engaging platform that blends science, technology and engineering with art and creativity. By incorporating sustainable and repurposed materials into the product, 3Dux/Designs gives today's young people the tools to make a better tomorrow. Using 3D-printed additive technology, its cardboard shapes and customers' own repurposed cardboard boxes, 3Dux/Design offers young people a fun and educational tool to solve many of today's environmental issues. By offering modern young people a firm foundation in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics, 3Dux/Designs gives them the tools to make a better future. When we say 3Dux/Designs is a family-run business, we mean just that - a real family! Ayana, a senior in high school, is Lead Product Developer and Graphic Designer. She is clearly heading heading towards a career in engineering and industrial design. Ethan,  a high-school freshman, is Chief Engineer and Production Manager and is already proficient in CAD and complex modeling, 3D printing, and CNC routing. Then there’s Mom, Marci Klein, who is Product Development Consultant and who, with over 20 years of experience as a community pediatrician and a solid understanding of child development, has helped gear the product design to be highly engaging, educational and developmentally appropriate. See 3Dux/Design's website.
The Bruce Museum has two important new hires (worthy of two entries here). First Kirstein Reinhardt is the new Bruce Museum Registrar, taking over from Jack Coyle. A former guest curator at the Bruce, Kirsten is now responsible for managing the Museum’s permanent collection and organizing the arrival and return of loaned works of art to and from the Museum. Kirsten has degrees in Anthropology and Museum Studies from Beloit College and Brown University, and is also a Registered Professional Archaeologist, having worked as a field archaeologist at IVI International in White Plains, NY. Kirsten comes to the Bruce from the Stamford Museum & Nature Center, where she served as the Curator of Collections & Exhibitions since 2012. We all look forward to working with Kirsten in her new capacity!
The Bruce Museum also welcomes Scott Smith as its new Director of Marketing and Communications. Over the past decade, Scott has served as a communications director for nonprofit organizations at both the national and regional level, including the United States Golf Association, the Westport Weston Family YMCA, and the Stamford Museum & Nature Center. Before entering the nonprofit world, he enjoyed a 30-year career as a staff writer and editor for a variety of magazines, including Business Week, People, Bon Appetit, and Golf Digest. Scott studied at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the University of Warwick, in England, en route to earning a B.A. degree in English Literature from the University of California, Berkeley. Scott resides with his son in Westport, Connecticut, where he is active in local community affairs. Welcome to you Scott!
Fairfield Museum, with the Black Rock History Committee, helped rescue a large mural by renowned local WPA artist Robert Lambdin. Old Black Rock Harbor About 1810 (photograph above) was commissioned by the Black Rock Bank & Trust Company in the mid-1940s and remained on display there until this year, when it was removed prior to the building undergoing a complete renovation. "Through the generosity of the building’s new owner Tom Quinn, this important part of Black Rock’s artistic history has been donated to the Fairfield Museum and will be preserved for future generations," noted Fairfield Museum executive director Michael Jehle. More...
Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestras (GBYO) has hired Jim Royle as one of four new instructors, as the orchestras grow like topsy. Currently with 333 students, GBYO has added two new ensembles, including a second jazz band and a dedicated percussion ensemble to be conducted by internationally recognized percussionist Royle, who runs the Jim Royle Drum Studio. Other new conductors include Royle's partner Brian Ente (at right with Royle),  Geoff Brooks and Greg Hoyt. (More...)
The Greenwich Arts Council (GAC) welcomed its new Executive Director, Jack Coyle back in July. Jack had been Registrar at the Bruce Museum, since 2005. He had worked in the Registrar's Departments of the Guggenheim Museum and the Wadsworth Atheneum, before becoming Registrar at the Berkeley Art Museum at U.C. Berkeley. Later, he organized exhibitions for Independent Curators Inc. in New York, many of which were presented at the Bruce, which, he says, is how he became acquainted with the Museum. Now as the new leader of GAC, he’s looking forward to generally raising its profile and of its home in the Old Town Hall, which is preparing for the 30th anniversary of its designation as an National Historic Landmark by the Department of the Interior. We welcome Jack and look forward to working even closer with the Arts Council.
The Greenwich Historical Society invites local students in all grades to submit a 1-2 paragraph essay or artwork by Oct. 27, describing their hopes, dreams, and predictions for what Greenwich will be like in 50 years for a time capsule that will become part of its newly constructed museum and archive building. Affectionately named Elizabeth for Greenwich's founding mother Elizabeth Feake, the capsule will be installed at a public event on November 4. The top three submissions will be published in Greenwich Magazine and two runners up will receive a family membership to the Society. 
Isabella Garrucho Fine Art, not long ago new to its current Greenwich address, at 40 West Putnam Avenue, is expanding into New York and across Connecticut. First, Isabella is celebrating her newest location in the Anthony Laurence Showroom in Long Island City, Mon. Oct. 9, 6-9pm, with a cocktail reception for a solo exhibition of works by renowned photographer David Yarrow, on the occasion of his newest book, Wild Encounters. Later, Isabella will announce another outpost in Washington, CT.
The Norwalk Public Library has released its first online records - with images - from its History Room Online Database. The first release is of postcards of Norwalk scenes, most dating from the beginning of the 20th century. While you can search the database you can also click on "random images" to browse the collection. The Library will follow these with regular additions from its collection of thousands of documents and photographs. The history room and archive combines the library's former Local History Collection with the archival collections of the former Norwalk Museum. The lower level of the main library building at 1 Belden Avenue houses this large array of published and unpublished books and papers, photographs and maps, among other materials, recording over 300 years of Norwalk history.
Stamford's Project Music is working together again with Domus, as they have done since 2014, at the Chester Addison Community Center. This first week of October, students at Trailblazers Academya charter school run by Domus, received musical instruments and took their first lessons as part of a new Trailblazers Band. Through a combination of in-school and after-school classes, sixty new students have been inducted into the program, and receive two 45-minute lessons per week. The Trailblazers band expects to begin making public performances within this first school year.
Sandra Morgan, dismayed by the cessation of New York Times arts coverage of Greenwich (and Connecticut), was subsequently thrilled when her curator's new show, Punch & Sizzle, carried the front page of Greenwich Time this past Wednesday. Camilla Cook, at right, associate art director for SM Home Art Gallery stands by the works of artists Katie Re Scheidt and Beth Munro (to be featured in an artists talk, Nov. 14) two of the five artists that "pack a punch" in the show. More...
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OTHER NEWS                  

This communication from Gian-Carl Casa, President and CEO of The CT Community Nonprofit Alliance is a strong statement that stands for all nonprofits: "Our collective voice has been loud this year in demanding that people served by nonprofits be a budget priority. We should be heartened by our progress in many areas - it means your message is getting through. ❡ But we are in uncharted territory. It is October, there is no state budget, and nobody seems to know when or if one will be coming soon. ❡ One reason we are in this situation is that policy makers see Connecticut in a precarious position and they hold conflicting, firm beliefs about the right path. For example, there are legislators who believe broad-based tax increases are necessary, while others believe those same taxes would be harmful. Although their intentions are good, legislators are digging in their heels, resulting in the stalemate with which we are dealing. ❡ Elected officials are balancing competing demands for limited resources - from towns and their boards of education, hospitals, businesses, public employees and others. The budgets proposed so far have had different priorities. But one thing they have in common is restoring funding for nonprofits, each in different areas. Your advocacy is working. ❡ As this battle continues, it is easy to become tired and fed-up with the political jockeying and instead concentrate solely on the difficult business of providing services in the face of budget cuts. After all, you've spoken to your legislators and they should know the stakes for you and the people you serve. ❡ But now is not the time to waver in our advocacy. Other groups will not give up as this drags on. If we are to be a budget priority, we must continue to be one of the loudest voices in Hartford❡ For this reason, I ask that you redouble your efforts. Set aside some time today to again ask your staff, board members, the people you serve and their families to pick up the phone, write a letter or send an email. 1. Use the Find  Your Legislator tool, 2. Use the CT Arts Alliance Advocacy How-To tips, and 3. Tell your story about why sustaining funding for the arts and humanities is crucial to the well-being and economic viability of your community and that of the state's.
❡ You have probably contacted legislators already but there is no substitute for constituents telling legislators real stories about the importance of state-funded services and what those services mean to people in their districts. Legislators on both ends of the political spectrum want to help the communities they were elected to represent. Let's tell them how to do that. 
Gian-Carl Casa
NOV. 29 - DEC. 1

Arts & Economic Prosperity 5 (AEP5) is Americans for the Arts’ fifth study of the nonprofit arts and culture industry's impact on the economy. Nationally, the nonprofit arts and culture industry generated $166.3 billion of economic activity during 2015, and here in Connecticut the Arts and Culture Industry generated $797,249,391 in economic activity in 2015! Randy Cohen, Vice President of Research and Policy at Americans for the Arts, the nation's advocacy organization for the arts will be visiting Connecticut to talk about the national study and provide regional and statewide insight into the economic contributions of the arts and culture industry across Connecticut. Details about where and when he will be visiting within the window of Nov. 29-Dec. 1 still have to be finalized - so stay tuned for details. A member of the staff since 1991, Randy stands out as a noted expert in the field of arts funding, research, policy, and using the arts to address community development issues. He recently published Americans Speak Out About the Arts, a national study about the public’s opinions and participation in the arts. He publishes The National Arts Index, the annual measure of the health and vitality of arts as well as the two premier economic studies of the arts industry—Arts & Economic Prosperity, the national impact study of nonprofit arts organizations and their audiences; and Creative Industries, an annual mapping study of the nation’s 703,000 arts establishments and their employees. A sought after speaker, Randy has given speeches in 49 states, and regularly appears in the news media—including the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and on C-SPAN, CNN, CNBC, and NPR.  Subscribe to the Connecticut Office of the Arts' newsletter for Connecticut’s AEP5 Tour updates and follow #AEP5 for a broad perspective of the national conversation.

The Center for Not-for-Profit Organizations at Sacred Heart University's Jack Welch College of Business puts MBA students to work on your nonprofit management challenges. Consulting projects are conducted by teams of students as an integral component of their capstone course prior to graduation. Projects are completed over 12 weeks of the semester, with a final presentation and detailed report provided at the conclusion. Projects are tailored to the specific business and management needs of the client and supervised by the professor teaching the course. Projects cover a range of business issues and opportunities. Past topics have included: financial modeling, strategic plans, social media strategy, marketing and communication plans, training, economic impact analysis, financial analysis and reporting systems and market opportunity analysis. Projects are intended to provide information and recommendations that will make a difference on how each client conducts its business and achieves its mission. While the purpose of the Center is to assist nonprofits achieve their goals and service the greater needs of the community, each project should provide the MBA students with the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they have developed during their course of study. How it Works:
A CFNPO board member works with each nonprofit to define the project and agree on the final "deliverable". Projects are reviewed by the board and a final "go-no go" decision is made. Approved projects are completed during the three trimesters that make up the academic year: Fall (September-December), Spring (January-March) and late Spring (April-June). Student teams are selected for each project based on the subject and the expertise required. All students have committed to the rigorous academic program that makes up the Welch MBA. Clients are asked to participate in defining the project so that a clear “deliverable” that will make a difference is identified. The teams work best when there is a point of contact at the client so that progress can be discussed throughout the project. We ask clients to be available to the teams during the project to answer questions and provide data and background information as needed. How to Apply: Applications are accepted throughout the calendar year. Call 203-371-7853, requesting a board member to contact you, or complete the online application at and clicking on the Apply for Assistance tab.


Here is our selection from the selection made by Wild Apricot's Terry Ibele of recommended, free webinars in October. For the complete list, click here

Motivate Monday with Fundraising Expert Pamela Grow
October 9, 1pm
Every Monday, sharing your wins; a special guest with a quick tip to get your week started right; and a Q&A session

Fundraising 101: Fundraising Metrics - How Do You Measure Up?
October 10, 1pm

How to use fundraising metrics to improve the quality and result of your fundraising.

How to Report Live from Nonprofit Conferences and Events
October 10, 9am

How to prepare and tips for ensuring effective live reporting from an event.

Introduction to Fundraising Planning
October 11, 2pm

Basic steps for developing a fundraising plan: making your case; diversifying your fundraising base; creating a plan of action

Building a Results-Based Board
October 19, 1pm
Learn how to move your board to a results-based approach.

Corporate Fundraising for Small Nonprofits
October 24, 1pm

Cindy Wagman, of The Good Partnership, breaks down the myths about corporate fundraising for small nonprofits.

How to Use Facebook’s Free Fundraising Tools to Drive Donations
October 25, 1pm

How to use Facebook's new tools to raise funds on the platform. 

Brand Architecture: Rethinking How You Connect the Dots Between Your Nonprofit's Brand and Programs
October 26, 1pm

Sarah Durham, CEO of Big Duck, will define brand architecture and share insights for organizing your brand and expressing it in a clear, holistic way that your audiences understand.

After a short hiatus, the Connecticut Center for the Book announces the return of the Connecticut Book Awards with a ceremony recognizing 2017 award winners at the Mark Twain House and Museum, 351 Farmington Ave, Hartford, on October 22. The awards recognize and honor books with specific ties to our state: the author or illustrator must be native-born or have been a legal resident of Connecticut for at least three years, or the book must have a Connecticut setting to be considered. Winners in each category will be announced for the first time during the program. Finalists books will be available for sale and signing at the reception. There were 109 titles submitted, and you can see the finalists ion the categories of Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry and Young Readers here
The keynote speaker at the event is Beatriz Williams, Connecticut resident and New York Times bestselling author of A Hundred Summers, The Secret Life of Virginia Grant, and Cocoa Beach, among other titles. Tickets to the event cost $30 per person. Ticketing will close at 12pm on October 19th.
To get more information and purchase tickets please visit

The NEFA Idea Swap is an annual event for New England-based nonprofit cultural organizations, performing arts curators, and touring artists to network and share tour project ideas, including those that may qualify for funding from NEFA's  Expeditions grant program. The New England Foundation for the Arts is calling for touring project ideas of all performing arts disciplines that can tour throughout New England. Performing arts projects may include circus, dance, music, puppetry, storytelling, theater, and multidisciplinary works. Submit a project idea for a chance to pitch your project in a five-minute presentation to all attendees. NEFA selects 15-20 projects that show a breadth of artistic disciplines, project scales, and community engagement opportunities. Submit and browse all touring projects on NEFA's Idea Swap Project Ideas page. The Idea Swap takes place at Mechanics Hall, in Worcester, MA on Nov. 2, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. $60 Online registration ends Oct. 27. Limited walk-up registration is available at the event. Issues or questions? Contact Daniela Plotkin, 617.951.0010 x528
Coming Up...
Sun. Oct. 22: CT Book Awards, Mark Twain House, Hartford
Thurs. Nov. 2: New England Foundation for the Arts, Idea Swap, Worcester.
Fri. Nov. 3:  AFP, Connecticut Philanthropy Awards Breakfast, Trumbull Marriott Hotel
Nov. 29-Dec. 1: Randy Cohen Visits CT (details TBA)

The People With Disabilities Foundation provides education and advocacy services for people with psychiatric and/or developmental disabilities, with the goal of driving full integration of people with mental disabilities into society. PWDF is continuing the development of its pilot grant program, which supports the work of other agencies to integrate people with psychiatric and/or developmental disabilities into society. To that end, grants of up to $12,500 will be awarded in support of programs, projects, or general operating expenses related to advocacy, education, vocational, or other areas of particular interest, including full-scale legal representation where there currently is a void in such representation for the disabled population.  To be eligible, applicants must be an IRS approved Section 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization or be able to provide a very clear statement of service, impact, and need for the grant; have been in operation a minimum of three years; and be able to provide documentation of same. In addition, an organization's mission and program must benefit people with psychiatric and/or developmental disabilities, and the organization must have direct contact with this population, either through advocacy, education (which can include destigmatization programs), or other relevant services. Letters of Interest must be received no later than November 6, 2017. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal.

The Connecticut Office of the Arts is now accepting applications for the FY18 Connecticut Arts Endowment Fund grant program. The deadline is Friday, December 15, 2017 at 11:59 pm. The Connecticut Arts Endowment Fund (CAEF) was established by the State of Connecticut to stimulate the development of private sector funding and help stabilize arts institutions. Interest earned on the Fund’s principal is distributed annually to Connecticut non-profit arts organizations that have received a minimum of $15,000 in contributions in each of the last two years from non-governmental sources. Grant awards are calculated based on a formula that rewards those organizations reporting a substantial increase in the amount of private sector contributions received during the prior year. Organizations may use funds for capital projects, operations, programming or to build their own endowments. Applicants do not specify a grant request amount or propose specifically how funds are to be spent. Please note: the amount of funds, according to the table on the COA website, has almost doubled since last year:
FY   Amount     Applicants
18   $772,121
17   $397,354   114
16   $385,301   130
15   $446,607   117
14   $500,064   110
13   $620,700   107
12   $670,530   101
11   $767,183   102
10   $852,200     95
Program guidelines are available here;  application instructions are available here.

Mendola Artists/Rappart (South Norwalk) represent approximately 100 illustrators who work in a wide range of styles and mediums: traditional painters and digital artists; photographers and paper sculptors; 3-D animators and logo designers. Our clients include toy manufacturers ad agencies, book and magazine publishers, websites, pharmaceutical companies, small business and sports organizations, among others. Mendola seeks an innovative and creative thinker to join the team. The ideal candidate must be computer savvy with strong writing and communications skills. Responsibilities: Managing social media sites in order to maximize agency outreach; assisting sales agents with design and delivery of promotional materials; office duties including handling multi-line phone system, invoicing, collections and monthly sales reports. Required Qualifications:
Knowledge of Windows and Mac OS; Photoshop, MS Office; familiar with all major social media sites; basic Knowledge of Quickbooks Pro is a plus; excellent written and verbal Skills. Education: Bachelor's degree required. Recent college graduates accepted. Start date: October 16, 2017; Salary: $32,000 - $35,000/year. For more information,  click here. Application Instructions: please submit resume and cover letter via email to Nancy Moore:


Caramoor, in Katonah, NY, seeks a Front of House & Volunteer Coordinator, a year-round, part-time role - 35 hours a week with potential for additional hours during the peak season. Caramoor is a non-profit cultural landmark and organization dedicated to enriching the lives of its audiences through innovative and diverse musical performances of the highest quality, mentoring young professional musicians, and engaging young children through interactive educational experiences that deepen their relationship to and understanding of music. The Front of House & Volunteer Coordinator works with the Marketing and Audience Services teams, reporting to the Audience Services Manager. This role’s primary goal is to serve as the lead House Manager by providing the highest level of customer service and hospitality to the public in all aspects of the job including engaging and providing solutions to audience’s concerns and safety matters. Main responsibilities include: ● Providing high level customer service to guests at all events and ensuring their safe and enjoyable experience at Caramoor; ● Setting up and maintaining Caramoor’s performance venues to the highest standards, regarding audience seating, safety, access and hospitality; ● Supervising and maintaining Caramoor’s 150+ member volunteer corps including communication and enforcement of Caramoor’s policies, orientation and training, scheduling, and outreach. Required Skills and Qualifications include: Two plus (2+) years of arts/events production; Bachelor’s in related field preferred. For complete description and application details, click here.
Jobs Previously Listed and Still Available
Aldrich Museum: Head of Marketing
Connecticut Humanities: Executive Director
Connecticut Office of the Arts: Unpaid internships
Fairfield County Children’s Choir: Part-time Executive Director
Stamford Museum and Nature Center: Curator of Exhibitions and Collections
Westport Country Playhouse: P/T Box Office and Concessions Associate
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OPPORTUNITIES CALENDAR                             
Oct. 11: CT Alliance Series: 3. Maximize Your Fundraising: 5 Things, 9am-12pm
Oct. 15: Chamber Music America: Residency Partnership Program
Oct. 25: Fitch Foundation Mid-Career Arts Research Fellowship Application Deadline
Open: CT Humanities CT 1818 Constitution Celebration Grants

Nov. c2: NEH Dialogues on the Experience of War Grant Deadline
Nov. c6: People with Disabilities Foundation: Pilot Programs LOI Deadline
Nov. 15: Harry Ransom Center, Research Fellowships Application Deadline

Dec. c1: New England Touring (NEST) Grant Deadline for projects after March 1, 2018
Dec. c1: IMLS Museums for America Grant Application Deadline
Dec. 15: CT Office of the Arts: Connecticut Arts Endowment Fund Deadline

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