Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Photo Scavenger Hunt Exhibit and Showing

Photo Scavenger Hunt Exhibit and Showing
THURSDAY, July 30, 5pm
Join us for an exhibit and video presentation of the photos taken during the Photo Scavenger Hunt on July 9th. The North Ends reflections, flags, furniture and more will be seen through the viewpoint of the participants. Light refreshments will be available.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

GSAC Photo Scavenger Hunt with Ms. Ros. An evenings walk around the North End of Middletown.

This little movie was created on Friday, July 3, 2009 to illustrate all the photographic possibilities to be discovered while walking around the Middletown, North End streets. All images copyright 2009 R. Carrier-Brault.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Arts in the Garden: Photo Scavenger Hunt

Everything kicked off with Arts in the Garden: Photo Scavenger Hunt which had participants from Wharfside Commons, Greater Middletown and even Westbrook. We are the feature article in the Middletown Press today. It sounds like everyone had a great time. I can’t wait to see the pictures and for an exhibit to go up. Thanks to Ms. Ros for taking an idea and running with it to a successful event. Arts in the Garden lead to The 3:27’s playing in the Luis Lopez Herb Garden. What a great partnership to have The North End Nights and all the events happening together on the same evening.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

History of Green Street Arts Center

New and Good!

GSAC Teaching Artist Biography

ROSLYN N. CARRIER-BRAULT (Photography), is an award winning fine art photographer whose work uses conventional and digital photography, video and mixed media. She mastered her craft in San Diego, CA at Grossmont College, which is affiliated with the Museum of Photographic Arts. Roslyn was the Chairman for the Shoreline Art Alliance's 20th-Anniversary show for Connecticut photographers, IMAGES 2001. She has taught beginning photographic classes for children and adults at the Tracy Art Center in Old Saybrook, CT. Web site:

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Photo Journalism Fall 2009 Overview

Photo Journalism 2009 is a Green Street Arts Center Afterschool Program club. The Afterschool Program is open to area students between the ages of 7 and 18, offering them a safe place to go each weekday afternoon and giving them the opportunity to enrich their lives through the arts and learn other transferable skills. In Photo Journalism the children are engaged in learning how to work with digital cameras and to write articles about their personal interests, Green Street activities and Middletown events.