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Bring Your Creativity to the Annual Sandblast Sand Sculpture Festival at Tod’s Point

Participants need only bring shovels, pails, and any tools to create a sand sculpture. Participants will also need to check-in on the beach under the pavilion to get a flag to mark their sculpture. This year’s event will include live music, as well as a professional artist and sculptor on site. Continue Reading →

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SPLURGE to Launch Young Artists Program in Partnership with C Parker Gallery, Greenwich Arts Council

SPLURGE will host an opening event at the beginning of each month for students to invite their family and friends to view and celebrate their work, and art will remain on display for approximately 30 days. Continue Reading →

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Art to the Ave Opening Festivities Set for First Thursday in May

Opening night of the 22nd annual Art to The Ave festival is set for Thursday, May 2 from 5:30pm to 8:00pm. The festival is collaboration of local stores in the Greenwich Avenue area and local artists, made possible by the Greenwich Arts Council. Each May, with the overwhelming support of the Greenwich business community, the Arts Council turns Greenwich Avenue into a strolling gallery. 

The evening launches a truly spectacular show as musicians and street performers fill the street entertaining strollers. 

Most stores host receptions for the hundreds of visitors who attend to preview the work of over 120 artists. The artworks selected by the retailers remains in place through Memorial Day, so there is ample time for viewers to experience the “gallery” that downtown Greenwich becomes. 

All the art on display is for sale. New this year, all are invited to an after party to be held at the Greenwich Arts Council the night of May 2 from 7:30 to 9:00pm. Continue Reading →

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Parks & Rec, Greenwich Arts Council Sandblast Sand Sculpture Festival Set for Saturday, July 21

Sandblast is intended purely for a fun day at the beach, focusing on the creative aspect of
sand sculpting. Participants need only bring shovels, pails, and any tools to create a sand
sculpture. Participants will also need to check-in at the middle pavilion on the beach and
get a flag to mark their sculpture. Continue Reading →

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