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THE NORWALK ART SPACE STRIVES TO INCREASE OPPORTUNITIES AND EQUITY IN THE LOCAL ARTS COMMUNITY.

ADMISSION AND CLASSES ARE ALWAYS FREE.

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CURRENT
EXHIBITION

Featuring works by

Korry Fellow Jerri Graham

+ invited artists Melissa Newman

and Tim Holmstrom

EXHIBITION RUNS UNTIL 2/9

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The Petty-Drayton Music Program will officially launch after-school programs in January 2023 and will include two inaugural classes: Intro to Guitar (Saturdays) and Choir (Wednesdays) in the first semester. The curriculum will be well rounded, teaching lessons on guitar and vocal technique; improvisation; ear training; and performance skills, and will have music professionals drop in from time to time for further mentorship and inspiration.

 

The program will be facilitated in partnership with INTEMPO, a leader in music education and an incredible resource to the Norwalk community. The goal is to supplement TNAS’s free visual art classes and to further enrich the Art Space environment with comprehensive access to music.

Our Art Space Cafe is a destination for museum visitors, artists, and students. 

The Cafe is operated by acclaimed chef and restaurateur Bill Taibe and his team—

Andrea Dinan, Caitlin McGowan, and Kelly Clement.

@Norwalk_Art_Space_Cafe

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THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS