Transform Lives t hrough the Arts
Why We Do it
For 40 years, Shoreline Arts Alliance has enriched Connecticut’s cultural landscape through our programs, arts advocacy, and mission to Transform Lives Through the Arts. At the heart of our mission is a commitment to Educate, Encourage, Enrich, and Engage and we follow these guiding principles in all areas of our work.
Helping our communities through the COVID pandemic
Shoreline Arts alliance & Yale School of Public Health
present a NEW series of webinars
The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation
Join us for the next Webinar on Tuesday, February 2nd at 10:30 a.m. ET
Legal Considerations for the Arts in the Covid-19 World
Planning Essentials for Venues and Events
Protecting the Public
With Special Guest Matthew Miklave, Esq.
Employment, Labor and Civil Right Attorney
The Law Office of Matthew T. Miklave, PLLC
Sincerest Thanks to
Pro Bono Partnership
Live Q&A and/or send questions to
Tassy Walden Awards
Are you applying to Shoreline Arts Alliance's Tassy Walden Awards? Get your questions answered directly in this virtual workshop hosted through Zoom on January 26th at 5PM. Tassy Team member Doe Boyle and Shoreline Arts Alliance stafff member Whitney Lorenze are ready to help you put your best foot forward on your 2021 application.
Open Call for High School Interns
Are you or a student you know looking to gain valuable experience working for a non-profit arts organization? Get in touch with us today to apply for an internship with Shoreline Arts Alliance!
All work will be remote until further notice.
Calling all CT photographers! Submissions to this year's IMAGES Competition & Exhibition are due February 21st, 2021. Get your application in today!
Photo by Ellen Hoverkamp
Photo Credits - Judith L. Barbosa
Website Design by Kristy Chambrelli
725 Boston Post Road,
Guilford, CT 06437