Arts & Culture
Commission on the Arts & Cultural Activities
The City of Middletown Commission on the Arts and Cultural Activities was established by City Ordinance in March of 1972 and revised in 1992. Learn more on the Commission on the Arts and Cultural Activities page.
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Mon Jun. 21Make Music Day Event Description Welcome to Make Music Day! This will be a showcase of local talent from all over CT. We have a lot going on this day, so come, enjoy, and bring your friends! Live music and author book signing. New store items, books, and art will also be for sale. There will be a book signing from 12 – 2pm showcasing authors Bill Katz and Linda Mercier.
Tue Jun. 22MHVC Singers Wanted for a Special Opportunity The Middlesex Hospital Vocal Chords is looking for singers to join us for an exciting opportunity. We will be performing a 20th anniversary musical tribute to the heroes of 9/11 at the Bushnell in Hartford, CT on 9/11/21. Rehearsals start Tuesday June 8th from 6:45 – 9:00 at the Rev. Msgr. M. Davitt Fox Parish Center, St. Francis Church, 10 Elm Street in Middletown, CT. No auditions necessary. New members will be accepted through June 22nd . Do not miss this exciting opportunity to join our musi...
Fri Jun. 25PRIDE PAINT NIGHT Abrakadoodle resident artists Kevin Cox & Brian Ballou will host this event for Pride Month. What does Pride mean to you? Tell us by creating a work of your own inspired by Romero Brito, a Brazilian pop artist who used bright colors, bold lines, and often times, words within his artwork. Use an image or a word that represents what LGBTQ+ Pride means to YOU and turn it into your own work of art. One beverage per person, materials and instructions are included. Feel free to bring your ow...