Cuban Art Show in New Canaan Explores Identity; Greenwich Collector Curates

04/10/14

Cuban Art Show in New Canaan Explores Identity; Greenwich Collector Curates

“Absolut Kuba!” a new show dedicated to the works of contemporary Cuban artists that will open at the Carriage Barn Arts Center in New Canaan Conn., on April 24 and will be on view through June 1.

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‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ Series Stars Connecticut’s D.J. Cotrona; Tarantino Film Update

04/09/14

‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ Series Stars Connecticut’s D.J. Cotrona; Tarantino Film Update

“From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series” is centered around D.J. Cotrona’s Seth Gecko character and his violent, unpredictable brother, Richard “Richie” Gecko (Zane Holtz), who are wanted by the FBI and Texas Rangers Earl McGraw (Don Johnson) and Freddie Gonzalez (Jesse Garcia) after a bank heist leaves several people dead

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Film About Female African-American College Golf Coach a Connecticut Venture

04/08/14

Film About Female African-American College Golf Coach a Connecticut Venture

From the Rough tells the true story of Coach Catana Starks, who led her men's golf team to a championship season.

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NOAH Movie #1 in World; No Surprise With Connecticut Man Behind Camera

04/03/14

NOAH Movie #1 in World; No Surprise With Connecticut Man Behind Camera

Ridgefield's Stephen Consentino has been behind the lens on a number of Hollywood hits.

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Aldrich Museum Marks 50th Anniversary with New Exhibits, Open House

04/03/14

Aldrich Museum Marks 50th Anniversary with New Exhibits, Open House

In 1981, the board at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield made what for a museum was a radical decision—from that point on it  would no longer be a collecting museum and would remove all the permanent items currently in the collection. The decision was made so the museum could better fulfill its mission of presenting contemporary art. The move also made the museum more unique; it is the only museum in Connecticut, and one of only a handful in the country, without a permanent collection. As a result of the decision, celebrating the museum’s 50th anniversary, which is taking place this year, is more of a challenge. “How does an institution focused on the present talk about it’s past?” asks Richard Klein, the museum’s...

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