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Text And Context - 6/27/2017
Summer Institute

Text And Context - 6/27/2017
Summer Institute

Shimmering Sculptures - 6/26/2017
Afternoon Studios

Alphabet Arrangements - 6/29/2017
Afternoon Studios

Book Signing And Conversation With Sharon Louden - 7/1/2017
The Artist As Cultural Producer

Independence Day - 7/3/2017
Afternoon Studios

Meandering Marks - 7/6/2017
Afternoon Studios

7/15/2017
Third Saturdays

Exhibition Tours - 7/15/2017
Artists On Artists

8/6/2017
Community Day With Artist Beth Campbell

Woven Works - 8/7/2017
Afternoon Studios

Action Artwork - 8/10/2017
Afternoon Studios

Imaginative Installations - 8/14/2017
Afternoon Studios

Layered Landscapes - 8/17/2017
Afternoon Studios

Futuristic Fabrications - 8/21/2017
Afternoon Studios

Data Drawings - 8/24/2017
Afternoon Studios

Idea Sketches - 8/28/2017
Afternoon Studios

Mind Maps - 8/31/2017
Afternoon Studios

8/19/2017
Third Saturdays

Exhibition Tours With Jahmane - 8/19/2017
Artists On Artists

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

wheelchair accessibility wheelchair on site

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Aldrich Museum

aldrichart.org

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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