Fall CultureMIX at Mad River Lofts
CONNECT & NETWORK
with the region's Cultural Community at
Thursday, October 19th 5:30 - 7:00 pm*
at Mad River Lofts
10 Bridge Street, Winsted, CT
Come see the beautiful space at Mad River Lofts, a new venture dedicated to art, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
FREE Admission - Donations Welcome
Refreshments compliments of
Little Red Barn Brewing and Foxtail Fine Catering & Cafe
Bring a small batch of brochures, business cards, or promo pieces to share.
Bring along other arts-minded friends too (please ask them to RSVP via EventBrite.)
This Fall we are trying something new at CultureMIX with a Members Pop-Up show; click here if you're interested in participating (there's no charge)!
Mad River Lofts houses work space and offices for small business, professionals, artists, and artisans. Designed to encourage the sharing of expertise among tenants and visitors, there is collaboration space for informal meetings, presentations, or just hanging out. The buildings are two newly renovated 19th century mills, the space is expansive and the beautiful original walls and floors are packed with history.
*There will also be building tours
pre-event: 4:30 pm
post-event: 7:15 pm
At the CultureMIX the NW CT Arts Council will provide information about its newest projects and current services. Arts Council board and staff members are eager to chat with attendees about what's going on in the region and how the Council can better serve and promote arts and culture.
We look forward to seeing you there!
NOTE-The building is handicapped accessible
This is one in a series of successful CultureMIX events co-hosted by the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council and acclaimed arts and culture institutions throughout the northwest region. People from all areas of the cultural community are invited to attend including individual performing, visual and literary artists, artisans, historians, staff, board members, patrons, and volunteers of cultural institutions and venues that offer cultural programming within and around the 25-town region served by the Arts Council.