Exhibition: How Art Changed the Prison: The Work of CPA’s Prison Arts Program
January 27th – May 27th, 2019 The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT – aldrichart.org
Prison Arts Program Annual Show 2019Featuring New Artwork! Opening Reception, June 7, 2019, from 5 to 7 pm. The reception is free and open to the public!
Community Partners in Action Receives $2 Million Grant from SAMHSA (U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)Five-year CPA Initiative Targets Reentry, Substance Abuse, and Mental Disorder Treatment Services For Those Returning Home to Greater Hartford
“Sincere Attempts to Confront Darkness”
From: “Best of Hartford 2019” Issue, Hartford Magazine, May 2019 Hartford Magazine wrote a wonderful article about our Prison Arts Program exhibition, “How Art Changed the Prison” at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.
Elizabeth Hines Named Executive Director
Elizabeth “Beth” Hines is the new Executive Director of Community Partners in Action.
Beth was selected from over 50 candidates after a detailed and thoughtful search by our Board of Directors. Most recently Chief Operating Officer, Beth has been with Community Partners in Action for 27 years.
Executive Director Confirmed as CT Judge
With great pride, Community Partners in Action announces that Executive Director Maureen Price-Boreland, JD, was confirmed as a Superior Court Judge for the State of Connecticut.
Hartford Reentry Welcome Center Becomes a Reality
The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving has announced a collaborative, three-year $450,000 grant, that will help CPA, the City of Hartford and various Hartford-Based public and non-profit agencies create a Reentry Welcome Center in Hartford.
The Story of Community Partners in Action: A Pictorial History Book
Consistency, Creativity and Commitment: The Story of Community Partners in Action” is CPA’s new pictorial history book.