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10th Annual Business Supports the Arts Awards Breakfast

7:30 AM - 11:59 PM Matrix Conference & Banquet Center
Date: October 20, 2016 to October 20, 2016
Where: Matrix Conference & Banquet Center, 39 Old Ridgebury Road, Danbury, Connecticut, United States, 06810
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LET'S CELEBRATE WESTERN CONNECTICUT! TABLE RESERVATIONS & SPONSORSHIP AVAILABLE   The Cultural Alliance's fundraising event serves to recognize outstanding support by business leaders and extraordinary volunteers as well as to increase visibility for arts and culture in Western Connecticut. Live entertainment, original artwork, and stakeholders who represent a cross section of artists, business and community leaders connecting!  Excellent networking event and just a fun and unique opportunity to get in front of leaders in the region to highlight contributions and celebrate the arts! Proceeds to support services provided by the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut.            2016 AWARD PRESENTATIONS  DOYLE COHEN ARCHITECTURE, Ridgefield The recipient of the top honor of the day, the BSA Award, Doyle Cohen Architecture is a second generation architectural firm located in Ridgefield, CT. The firm maintains a commitment to excellence with regard to architectural planning, sustainable design, use of technology, and their local community. While their generosity is focused on creative resources in Ridgefield, the impact extends beyond town limits to the entire region. For more than ten years, DCA has been involved in building projects, either providing pro-bono work or as members of a building committees providing expertise, with attention to historic aesthetic and context. They are relentlessly committed to helping non-profit, cultural organizations such as the Lounsbury House & Community Center; The Ridgefield Theatre Barn; The Ridgefield Guild of Artists; The Ridgefield Library, and the celebrated Prospector Theatre. Doyle Cohen Architecture has provided nearlyb 250K in support to the cultural community since 2004. BETHEL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE The Arts in the Community awardee, led by Director Janice Chrzescijanek, views art as a commonsense tool to make the town better. Art, Chrzescijanek believes, can be a draw for business and lead to an enriched