Litchfield Art Festival 2021
"All-Accessible Creative Placemaking"
Free and Open to the Public
Fine Art & Functional Art
Live Event & Virtual Presentation
Part III: Holiday Show
@ Litchfield High School Gym
Nov. 13th, 2021 (10:30 am - 5pm)
The Voice of Art is thrilled to extend its outdoor juried fine art show, “Litchfield Art Festival,” to its Part III: Holiday Show” at the Litchfield High School Gym, Litchfield CT that will be a highlight for collectors and residents from the Tri-State region, New England and beyond. The Litchfield Hills has a history and reputation for featuring top fine artists from across the country, and also many well-known and beloved New England and CT artists widely admired by art enthusiasts.
TVOA is committed to offering its best promotional efforts to present featuring artists’ high-quality work for maximum results. To responsibly meet this time of challenge, TVOA will organize this live art event in a hybrid venue – both in-person and virtual through multiple digital channels – to reach a broader audience and ensure the public health and safety. TVOA will encourage optimal participation by delivering interactive, digital excursions for viewers.
The Litchfield Hills
The Town of Litchfield in the rolling hills of Northwestern Connecticut is a truly an historical town. Recently celebrating its tri-centennial, it is where George Washington met with Colonel Tallmadge during the Revolutionary War. History is treasured here, as evidenced by the meticulously restored homes and the classic village greens. Its shops and restaurants, set around the historic green and immediate area, contribute to the 18th century New England town atmosphere. But at the same time, proximity to Manhattan keeps this corner of Connecticut contemporary. The Litchfield Hills are a popular escape for city folk, who in turn have helped raise the bar for restaurants and accommodations in the area — turning what has long been a destination for antiquers into a haven for foodies, as well. Its shops and restaurants, set around the historic green and immediate area, contribute to the 18th century New England town atmosphere. And, of course, the beautiful rural setting that includes Bantam Lake and the White Memorial Conservation, offers many outdoor activities.
Fine Non-Functional Art:
Fine Functional Art:
Litchfield Music Center
Saxophone Group with
led by John Ambrose
10:30am-12:30pm, Sat. Nov. 13th
Quinn Mitchell, Saxophonist
1-3pm, Sat. Nov. 13th
RAFFLE Fundraiser for
"Litchfield Art Festival"
Support a Great Cause and WIN!
LAF Raffle Tickets will be available at the Information Booth during the event.
Market Place Tavern (Litchfield)
Zini's Restaurant (Bantam)
Warren General Store (Warren)
The Owl (New Preston)
Miranda Vineyard (Goshen)
Bella Luna Gifts (Morris)
Peaches 'N Cream (Litchfield)
STOP & SHOP (Litchfield)
Litchfield Distillery (Litchfield)
Toast & Co. (Litchfield)
Jackie's Restaurant (Bantam)
DPZ North (Litchfield)
Bantam Bread (Bantam)
Patty's Restaurant (Litchfield)
Rachel’s Quality Consignment (Litchfield)
The Pantry (Washington Depot)
AJ's Steak & Pizza (Goshen)
Thorncrest Farm & Milk House Chocolates (Goshen)
Colosseo Restaurant & Pizza (New Milford)
Bohemian Pizza and Tacos (Litchfield)
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT!
Sustainable CT's Community Crowdfunding Campaign
May 15th – July 15th, 2021
We’ve exceeded our Crowdfunding campaign goal of $7,500 to receive a matching grant,
a total of $15,000 from Sustainable CT’s Community Match Fund as of July 15th!
Your contribution will play a vital role in creating this unique community event!