Parties & Openings
Nov. 14 - Tivoli
Kaatsbaan's 25th Anniversary
Nov. 13 - Pittsfield
Westward Ho Ho Ho!
Nov. 12 - G. Barrington
The Triplex's 20th Anniversary
The NW CT Arts Council Culture Mix at Infinity Hall
Infinity Hall, the music venue in Norfolk, CT, that has gotten universal raves since opening last fall, co-hosted a “culture mix” for artists of every sort on April 29, with the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council, which was only established five years ago. The multifacted event was a kick-off to the CHAIRISH the Arts tour and auction and a reminder that anyone who wants to participate and paint a chair for display this summer and fall must register by May 15. The party was also a chance for the Infinity Hall Bistro, which opens May 1, to show off what its kitchen can do, and, happlily, it seems there is a skilled artist in the kitchen.
Photographer Jonathan Doster with Arts Council executive director Amy Wynn; Arts Council board member Jeff Golub-Evans with Infinity Hall owner Dan Hincks.
Art teacher Mish Kinsella, Norfolk gallery owner Turi Rostad with performer/songwriters Baba Buffalo & Lizzie West.
Real Memories co-founder Kimberly Rock and Aglet Theatre co-founder and artistic director Macey Levin; artists Don Bracken and Karen LeSage.
Kent gallery owner Jane Eckert with White Gallery owner Tino Galluzzo, who is presdient of the Arts Council, and Rhonda Cook.
Master craftsman and puppeteer Joe Brien and children’s librarian Erica Joncyk; TriArts executive director Alice Bemand with Community Foundation of Northwest Connecticut executive director Guy Rovezzi.
Bob & Carol Sadlon, who own The Moviehouse in Millerton; photographer Patricia Decker with artist and Arts Council board member Mary Close Oppenheimer.
Infnity Hall-next-door-neighbor and painter Arne Rostad with Norfolk painter Madeline Falk.
Greg & Annie Bidou of Toymaker’s Cafe in Falls Village; Ana and Jacob Horowitz, whose mother, Amy Wynn, runs the Arts Council.