Musical compositions created by the collaboration of an oceanographer, pianist and composer and funded by the CT Sea Grant Arts Support Award will be performed in March.
An opening reception for two concurrent exhibits will take place on Nov. 9 at the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery, The exhibits, which will be on display until Dec. 10, feature two CTSG-supported artists, along with others.
Original classical music compositions inspired by climate-related data will be created and performed through the 2023 Connecticut Sea Grant Arts Support Award, under a project led by UConn Marine Sciences doctoral candidate Molly M. James and two collaborators.
The Spring-Summer 2022 issue of Wrack Lines magazine has received an Award of Excellence in the 2023 APEX/Communications Concepts Awards for Publication Excellence.
CT Sea Grant, through its competitive funding program the Arts Support Awards Program, will award up to $1000 to an artist or group of artists. The winning submission will be selected on the basis of aesthetic quality, relevance to coastal and marine environments and CTSG themes, as well as its potential reach and impact on non-traditional audiences.
Three artists who received Connecticut Sea Grant Arts Support Awards are showing their works at the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery at the UConn Avery Point campus through Dec. 11.
Three artists using different mediums and techniques to raise awareness about coastal assets and concerns have been chosen for 2022 CTSG Arts Support Awards, more than any year since the program began in 2010.
“All Creatures Great and Mostly Small” is the theme of the Spring-Summer 2022 issue of Wrack Lines magazine, filled with stunning images and engaging articles about some of the marine and terrestrial animals around us and the people who devote their attention to them.
The 26th annual Coastal Perspective Lecture Series begins Feb. 8 and continues every other Tuesday through April 19. This lecture series spans the breadth of human interactions with coastal waters, including speakers from the natural and social sciences as well as arts and humanities.
Beachcombing with his wife and two children led New Haven artist Joseph Smolinski to the source of inspiration and raw materials for works he will create for Connecticut Sea Grant’s 2021 Arts Support Award Program.