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Sunday July 24
at 7:30 pm
Mondays at 11:30 pm
Ray Hardman and the iconic red company van return for another season touring Connecticut in search of fascinating artists, performers and unique places.
Ray meets an artist who uses her remarkable gifts of color and patterns in her paintings.
Ray meets artists from East Hartford and Wethersfield, two of Connecticut’s oldest towns.
Ray Hardman journeys to Greater Danbury, a region thriving with diverse artists.
Ray visits North-central Connecticut’s Nowashe Village, an illustrator, and more.
Ray Hardman tours the vibrant arts scene in the region of the Brass City.
Ray Hardman visits Middletown, a city with a unique blend of history, culture, and art.
On the final episode of the season, Ray is off to Southern Fairfield County, where he meets artists Afsaneh Djabbari-Aslani and Jahmane. Plus, he visits Beechwood Arts and Innovation.
This week on Where ART Thou?, Ray travels to the shoreline of Eastern Connecticut! Join us as we talk with singer Kolton Harris; visit the funky music store Tumbleweeds in Niantic; and check in with Native American artist Annawon Weeden.
Ray heads to the Elm City! He spends time with street artist Isaac Canady, and learns how the Bradley Street Bike Co-op is getting the community back on their bikes. Plus, artist and activist Salwa Abdussabur tells us about the power of poetry and spoken word.
Ray meets inspiring people in Connecticut’s capital city, including artist Anne Cubberly, jazz pianist Damian Curtis, and Capital Ice Cream owner Chantell Boissiere Kelly.
In the hills of Connecticut’s northwest corner, Ray meets artist and musician Jasmine Bailey, Bantam Tileworks co-owners Darin Ronning and Travis Messinger, and choreographer, author, movement educator, and therapist for humans and horses Paula Josa-Jones.
Bridgeport, CT is home to an eclectic mix of artists and performers. Ray visits weaver Ruben Marroquin, body painter and fine artist Alicia Cobb, and Grammy Award-winning record producer Peter Katis.
Support provided by The Richard P. Garmany Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, The State of Connecticut Office of Film, Television and Digital Media and Connecticut Humanities with funding from Connecticut’s Department of Economic and Community Development, the Office of the Arts and the State Legislature.
Additional support by UConn Health and Companions and Homemakers.