For this unique exhibit, Loft Artists Association members created work that is about, around, or made in Stamford and interprets and celebrates the artistic organization’s 40-year history in the historic south end. “We felt this was an important opportunity to honor our 40-year relationship with the city of Stamford,” said LAA co-director, Mark Macrides. “The LAA has been completely woven into the fabric of this city and as one of Stamford’s premier cultural organizations, we wanted to celebrate our dynamic city in this creative manner.” Work ranging from painting to photography and mixed media are exhibited. Most artist members of the organization are represented. The organization is proud and honored to be featured in the UCONN Stamford Gallery.
The Loft Artists Association — now celebrating its 40th anniversary — is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing artists with a supportive environment and opportunities to exhibit their work, while reaching out to the community at large with education and artistic expression, as well as collaborative projects. Founded in 1978 in the Yale and Towne factory, their grassroots events attract thousands of visitors throughout the tri-state area and have been recognized by city and state funding agencies, as well as corporate and private sponsors.