Art At The Airport's summer exhibit 'Coming Out for Art' on view now at Groton-New London Airport

The Cultural Coalition is pleased to announce the Art At The Airport program's summer exhibit, 'Coming Out for Art' presented by OutCT. The exhibit is free and on view from July 11th to September 1st at the Groton - New London Airport in the airport’s main terminal located at 155 Tower Avenue in Groton.
Cultural Coalition Executive Director, Wendy Bury notes, "We are thrilled to continue bringing exhibits to the airport and the region that represent and lift up our artists, residents, and voices, especially as we continue to recover and heal from all that has impacted our community over the past few years.”
by Candace John.
OutCT is a 501c3 non-profit organization established in 2013 by a diverse group of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queers and their allies in Southeastern Connecticut to plan a New London Pride Festival. In addition to a pride festival, OutCT has hosted art exhibits, film series, educational forums, drag shows, and a youth program. OutCT is committed to creating a network of people, programs and experiences that celebrate our growing understanding of sexual and gender identities in Southeastern Connecticut.
By dedicating a show to queer artists, we have the opportunity to highlight the diverse lives of people in the LGBTQ+ community and all their intersecting identities The works are aspirational, sometimes dark, celebratory, and often express real life. This group show is comprised of many different mediums: paintings, graffiti, much more. Artists represented include Candace Marsh John, JackStar Rivera, Fred Verillo and Amy Hannum.
Groton - New London Airport's terminal is open daily from 7 am to 6 pm for public viewing of the exhibit. Parking is easily accessible and free.
For more information about the Art At the Airport program, visit (