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  • Hartford Art School grad Skylar Hughes Gets a Solo Show at New Britain Museum of American Art

    Hartford Art School grad Skylar Hughes Gets a Solo Show at New Britain Museum of American Art
    Recent Hartford Art School grad Skylar Hughes gets his first big solo show, One Big Gust of Wind, as part of the New Britain Museum of American Art's ongoing NEW/NOW series. It's a collection of approximately 25 paintings and collages (like "So Long, So...
  • Jason Huff's New Media Exhibit on Display at New Britain Museum of American Art

    Jason Huff's New Media Exhibit on Display at New Britain Museum of American Art
    Anyone who's spent late nights playing around with Google's auto-complete function (guilty) will dig Jason Huff's New Media exhibit at the New Britain Museum of American Art. Huff took Robert Frost's famous poem The Road Not Taken and fed it through...
  • Shooting A Movie in New Britain

    Lights, Camera, Tax Break. New Britain is on a roll this week thanks to high priced film cameras and actors. The film titled "FAKE" should prove to be the genuine article for the state. While the drama plays out on screen, this is the feel good story of...
  • 'Art and Artists in Connecticut'

    Connecticut “has given the world more artists of ability than any other state,” or so proclaimed Henry W. French in his 1879 tome Art and Artists in Connecticut. That may or may not be true, but it does suggest another proclamation at this...
  • The Art Of A New Kitchen

    The Art Of A New Kitchen
    Kathi Packer's West Hartford home is filled with fascinating objects collected from her worldwide travels and several of her own complex and exotic paintings, which Douglas Hyland, director of the New Britain Museum of American Art, calls "mesmerizing."...
  • The semi-winking graphic art of Michael Salter in New Britain

    The semi-winking graphic art of Michael Salter in New Britain
    Michael Salter: Visual Plastic Ends Aug. 19, New Britain Museum of American Art, 56 Lexington St., New Britain, (860) 229-0257, nbmaa.org.   When you enter the Cheney Gallery at the New Britain Museum of American Art, you think you have quickly sized...
  • The Real American West 1830-1920 exhibit at New Britain Museum of Arts

    The Real American West 1830-1920 exhibit at New Britain Museum of Arts
    The vastness of the American West has long captured the imaginations of artists and photographers who have explored different ways of representing its cultures. Searching the Horizon, a new exhibit at the New Britain Museum of Art, features over 100 works...
  • Westward the Course of Empire

    The New Britain Museum of American Art's new exhibition, Searching the Horizon, offers "the real American West" but ends up begging the question: Was the American West ever truly "real"? More to the point, the American West that is on view here is as...
  • Museums on Us program offers free museum access to Bank of America and Merrill Lynch cardholders July 7-8

    Bank of America and Merill Lynch credit or debit card holders can score free admission to the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford, or the New Britain Museum of American Art in New Britain this weekend (July 7-8,...
  • 'NEW/NOW: Marc Swanson' at New Britain Museum of American Art

    'NEW/NOW: Marc Swanson' at New Britain Museum of American Art
    Using glass, wood, textiles, rhinestones and precious metals, New Britain native Marc Swanson returns to his hometown with 12 mixed media works, including "Untitled (88 Box)" (2008, pictured), that reflect the artist's personal folklore as well as his...
  • A Walter Wick retrospective at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich

    A Walter Wick retrospective at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich
    When something new feels like it's always existed, that's a pretty good sign it's a work of genius. Take Walter Wick's I Spy and Can You See What I See? series. The Hartford photographer took a simple game invented to distract young children during...