In Connecticut, the state agency charged with fostering the health of the creative economy is the Office of the Arts (COA), which is located in the Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD).
Connecticut Arts Advocacy organization. CAA is led by artists, educators, and arts executives from all over the state.
The Office of Tourism works to make tourism a leading economic contributor and a source of pride for Connecticut.
The Alliance lends a powerful, collective voice to nonprofits throughout Connecticut, enhancing their capacity to build economically stable, healthy, and culturally rich communities.
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