YOU'RE INVITED TO CULTUREMAX! 11/18  AT 8PM

YOU'RE INVITED TO CULTUREMAX! 11/18 AT 8PM

On Tuesday night 11/18/2014 at 8pm you are cordially invited to attend the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council's first CultureMax awards event at Infinity Hall in Norfolk, CT.

The awards will honor 5 individuals and institutions who have "elevated the stature of arts and/or heritage within the region of northwest Connecticut."

The awards will be presented to:

Sharon Dante, the founder of The Nutmeg Conservatory for the Arts in Torrington in the Artist category;

Catherine Fields, the executive director of the Litchfield Historical Society in the Heritage Professional category;

Janet Rathbun of Colebrook in the Volunteer category;

Five Points Gallery in Torrington in the Cultural Organization category;

The North End Store in Barkhamsted in the culture-loving Business category

Tickets for the CultureMAX Awards event are $20 for Council members and $25 for regular priced tickets.  Groups tickets are available at the member rate. Tickets can be purchased at CultureMAX.eventbrite.com or by calling the Arts Council at (860) 618-0075.  For more information about the CultureMAX awards event go to www.culturemax.org and for information about the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council’s services visit www.artsnwct.org or call (860) 618-0075 or email info@artsnwct.org.

(all photos provided by Northwest Connecticut Arts Council for promotion of CultureMAX event)

 (Sharon Dante-The Nutmeg Ballet Conservatory)



 (Catherine Fields -Litchfield Historical Society)


 (Janet Rathbun-volunteer)


 (Brenda Pelletier-The North End Store)

 (Janet McElhone-Five Points Gallery)




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J. Timothy Quirk is a cartoonist whose work is seen in newspapers in NY and NE and online on Ann Nyberg’s Network Connecticut. He is one of two administrators for the T-Town Torrington Chatter facebook group and facilitates the Cash Mob there. J. Timothy is active in the arts/culture community in Torrington and is documenting the community in his blog, Nutmeg Chatter.