The Libertine Collective:

The Libertine Collective is a Connecticut-based creative group of like-minded artists of every medium who express themselves and motivate others. The Collective explores and shares ideas through actions, connections, intellect, communication and intent; allowing for enriched life experiences. In doing so, we inspire one another with endless possibilities and gain insight by learning from one another.

Our overall goal is to bring art and people who appreciate it together in an environment that appeals to even the casual dabbler. By mixing live original music with poetry, visual art and performance art, we hope to generate a sort of spectacle that might offer greater incentive to the community as naturally and organically possible.

contact: Heather at

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Inspired Initiation. New talent!

Emerging artists ~ INSPIRED INITIATION - New talent showing their photographs for the first time! Join us for an opening reception on Friday July 9th from 7-9pm at Gallery 46, 46 Union Street, Rockville -

Jamie Turner * Richard Alan * Shane Jones * Craig Stalk
Peter McClure * Karen Michaud *
Brianna Houghton

Monday, June 7, 2010

Welcome to Bohemia! Re*Art Style - June 18th

Welcome to Bohemia is an ongoing series of multi-media shows featuring live original music, art, poetry and performance art. This month, we're utilizing the phenomenal Re*Art exhibit as the stage for the event.

* This event is dedicated to the memory of artist and fellow Libertine, Matthew Gabrielson, aka RibOne. Rib was beloved by many, and his beautiful energy will be missed.

This show will feature:
* live musical performances by The Kelvins and Bret the One Man Band
* Spoken word poetry by John L. Stanizzi, Summer Tate and more.
* Live painting
* A tribute to artist Matthew Gabrielson, aka RibOne
* The brilliant art of Re*Art

Art for Aids -June 19th

On Saturday, June 19, 2010, we invite you to be part of the Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition's Art for AIDS fundraiser to benefit the Richard B. Fried Fund, CARC's Endowment Fund. Our goal is to raise funds to help support people living with HIV/AIDS in Connecticut as we enjoy an evening of art, music, food, wine and dancing at ArtSpace in Hartford.

Special features of the event include, open wine bar, delectable appetizers & pasta stations by Salute restaurant, music by Jason Villani a.k.a. DJ Lord Lewis, Art Show/Sale and an exciting Art Grab featuring canvases donated by Jerry's Artarama and designed by 100 local area artists.

For ticket information go to: