79 Bank Street
New London, Connecticut
For more information, please call 860-443-8001 or email email@example.com.
We usually close between shows for just a week. Please be sure to check our schedule before travelling to see us.
Hygienic Art is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to creating an enriching cultural experience in the city of New London Connecticut.
is made possible by the generous support of the CT Dept. of Economic and Community Development (DECD) Office of the Arts, Frank Loomis Palmer Fund, The Community Foundation of S.E. Connecticut, City of New London (CDBG), The Chester Kitchings Foundation, Citizens Bank, Pfizer, Dominion, Mariani & Reck LLC, Dime Bank, The Day Publishing Co., Liberty Bank Foundation, Buscetto Family Fund, Charter Oak Credit Union, Harbour Towers, Water Street Garage, Sign-A-Rama and many artists, volunteers, businesses and patrons of the arts.
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