Videos

Art in the Hardware City - 7 Minutes

An edited version of the full 27 minute video featuring an overview of the arts in the New Britain area. Mini-interviews are featured with Elizabeth Langhorne of the Art Department of Central Connecticut State University; Bill DeMaio, Director of New Britain's Department of Parks and Recreation; Douglas Hyland, Director of the New Britain Museum of American Art; Pan Riley with Hole in the Wall Theater; and Richard Coffey from the Music Series at South Church and CONCORA.
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Art in the Hardware City - 27 Minutes

A made for television segment that aired on Nutmeg TV providing an overview of the arts in the New Britain area. Click above to play the entire video. Click on a link below for segments posted on YouTube.
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Art in the Hardware City part 1
Introduction; Elizabeth Langhorne discusses the arts at Central Connecticut State University
Art in the Hardware City part 2
Bill DeMaio, New Britain Parks & Recreation Director, discusses the Department and it's various arts activities; Douglas Hyland, Director, New Britain Museum of American Art talks about the Museum and regional visual arts
Art in the Hardware City part 3
New Britain Public Library, New Britain Industrial Museum, Pan Riley of Hole in the Wall Theater talks about area theatrical opportunities

Art in the Hardware City part 4
Richard Coffey, Artistic Director of CONCORA, and Music Director of South Church, talks about regional music; sculptor Craig Frederick speaks about the environment for artists
Art in the Hardware City part 5
New Britain Mayor Timothy Stewart and GNBAA Executive Director Stephen Hard speak about the arts in New Britain and the surrounding communities

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Check out New Britain's East Side Restaurant and Avery Beverages in this 5 minute Center of CT tourism video

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Stanwyck Cromwell speaks at the opening of his exhibition in the DOWNTOWN GALLERY

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The Main Street Singers 2010 Winter Concert

The Main Street Singers, a community of Children's voices, perform a selection of sacred and secular songs from a variety of cultures to celebrate the season. Filmed at New Britain's South Church on Saturday, December 4, 2010.


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