Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum invites community collaboration on new exhibitions

B. Wurtz created this 2015 artwork using acrylic paint on aluminum. Do you have a collection of tchotchkes, records, photographs — or something more unusual? This is your chance to become a part of

Best of: Tattoo parlors in southwestern Connecticut

UPDATE: And the winner is….Danbury Tattoo & Piercing in Danbury! Do you have tattoos? Are you thinking of getting one? If so, we want your take on where to go in southwestern Connecticut. For

Weir Farm National Historic Site, in Wilton and Ridgefield, seeks docents to staff artists’ studios and engage visitors

Do you have a passion for art, history, or art history?  Are you interested in learning about and sharing the stories of influential American artists? If so, you’re invited to become a studio docent

JoyRide Ridgefield and Adam Broderick events will help raise funds for Aldrich education programs

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is partnering with two Ridgefield businesses to raise funds for education programs through Fairfield County’s Community Foundation Giving Day, on Thursday, March 5.

In weeks, performers will gather for ‘A Little Night Music’ in Greenwich

Pictured, pianist Mark Kaczmarczyk will be among the musicians putting on “”A Little Night Musi”” at St. Catherine of Siena Church in Greenwich, Conn., on Saturday, Feb. 28 at 8 p.m. Works by Franz

Did Philip Johnson actually live in New Canaan’s Glass House?

T Magazine, the New York Times Style Magazine, recently profiled Philip Johnson’s life at the Glass House in New Canaan. The iconic house served as a weekend getaway for Johnson and his partner, David

Blues guitarist Tinsley Ellis to play at Georgetown Saloon

Legendary blues guitarist Tinsley Ellis will be appearing at Georgetown Saloon in Redding on Tuesday,  March 10. He’s on tour to support his new album, “Tough Love.” Show time is 8 p.m. and Georgetown

Israeli Stage, hailing from Boston, will make a stop in Stamford with “Oh God,” Feb. 23

Pictured, Boston-based theater company Israeli Stage will be in Stamford on Monday, Feb. 23, for a reading of “Oh God” by Anat Gov on Feb. 23. The evening, which is presented by the JCC Greenwich in