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Upcoming Events
at this Venue
Third Saturdays

Mind-Blowing Marks - 8/16/2018
Afternoon Studios

Plein Air Painting

Paint, Paste, Print - 2-D Works With Erika Rohde
Camp Aldrich

Creatures And Creations - 3-D Works With Erika Rohde
Camp Aldrich

Mixing Media With Adam Handler - 7/23/2018
Camp Aldrich

Architects In Training With Adam Handler - 7/30/2018
Camp Aldrich

Make It Work! Aldrich Fashion Week With Jahmane - 8/6/2018
Camp Aldrich

7/16/2018 - 7/20/2018
Create OnSite - Grades 4 Through 6

7/23/2018 - 7/27/2018
Create OnSite - Grades 7 Through 12

Summer Scrapbook - 8/23/2018
Afternoon Studios

Fantastic Color Fields - 8/20/2018
Afternoon Studios

Family Flags - 7/3/2018
Afternoon Studios

Preposterous Puppets - 7/6/2018
Afternoon Studios

Mini Masterpieces - 7/10/2018
Studio Tots

Drink And Draw

A Conversation With Elizabeth Essner And Ezra Shales - 7/14/2018
The Shape Of Craft

Clay Containers - 8/13/2018
Afternoon Studios

Third Saturdays

Creative Calligraphy - 8/27/2018
Afternoon Studios

Cartoon Creations - 8/30/2018
Afternoon Studios

Clay Leaf Plates And Prints - 8/14/2018
Studio Tots

8/25/2018 - 8/26/2018
See Ya, Summer! Itís A Sleepover

Parking Info
free parking; adjacent to museum building
Accessibility Info
Wheelchair AccessWheelchair Access

wheelchair accessibility wheelchair on site

NOTE: We do our best to ensure all information is accurate, however it's a good idea to visit the website or call the venue to verify the information.
Aldrich Museum

258 Main Street,
Ridgefield, 06877
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203-438-4519 ext118

Founded by Larry Aldrich in 1964, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is dedicated to fostering the work of innovative artists whose interpretations of the world around us serve as a platform to encourage creative thinking.

The Aldrich is one of the few independent, non-collecting contemporary art museums in the United States and the only museum in Connecticut devoted to contemporary art, and engages its diverse audiences with thought-provoking, interdisciplinary exhibitions and programs.

The Museumís education and public programs are designed to connect visitors of all ages to contemporary art through innovative learning approaches in hands-on workshops, tours, and presentations led by artists, curators, Museum educators, and experts in related fields. Area schools are served by curriculum-aligned on-site and in-school programs, as well as teachersí professional development training.
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