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Neighbors Help Neighborhood Studios

For a long time, Neighborhood Studios needed a good documentary film, to show to prospective donors and sponsors.

The weekend and summer music and arts program serves 1600 Bridgeport youngsters each year.  223 more words


Neighborhood Studios Q&A: Artists Collective - Youth Jazz Orchestra

When the apprentices of the Youth Jazz Orchestra program at Neighborhood Studios come together to perform, magic happens. I’ve never been one to appreciate jazz, but after listening to the students’ beautiful live performance during Studio Snapshots, I finally understood all rage. 401 more words


Everything You Need To Do In Hartford By August 12

The Arts Council’s summer arts education program, Neighborhood Studios culminates this week with a series of showcases from various art organizations in Hartford. From poetry slams and breakdancing, to photography and short films, prepare to become inspired by the next generation of artists and writers this week. 860 more words


Neighborhood Studios Q&A: Real Art Ways - Eye on Video

There’s plenty of reasons to love Real Art Ways: the intimate art space is a haven for contemporary local art, Oscar-winning independent films, and fun, creative cocktail hours. 912 more words

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Neighborhood Studios Q&A: Hartford Stage - Breakdancing Shakespeare

It’s not often that a performance makes us want to get up and dance, but when the Breakdancing Shakespeare apprentices of Neighborhood Studios are on stage, it’s hard to resist the urge to do arm waves and hand glides. 400 more words

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Neighborhood Studios Career Skills: Social Media & Networking for Artists

As artists, we know a little thing or two about DIY, after all we pretty much invented the term. It makes sense then that we would wear many hats when working professionally.   526 more words


Neighborhood Studios Q&A: Amistad Center for Art & Culture - Snap Photography

As one of the most diverse metropolitan areas, Hartford offers a piece of culture for everyone. The Amistad Center for Art and Culture, a fixture in Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art  since 1987, celebrates current and historical African art and culture through various educational programs. 734 more words