The Association's mission, as explained by Irving Mahl, first president of Richter Arts, is to promote cultural affairs "in the broadest possible definition to include the visual arts, music, drama, handicrafts, dance, poetry, creative writing and all other activities that enrich the lives of civilized people."
Since its inception in 1971, the Stanley L. Richter Association for the Arts has hosted some of the most interesting events of the Danbury area cultural scene. These include lawn arts festivals, lectures, ethnic performances, and both classical and popular musical presentations. Each autumn, area artists exhibit their works in Richter's most prestigious event, the Annual Juried Art Show, to compete for large cash prizes.
Our programs are supported by grants from the Danbury Cultural Commission, corporate and individual sponsorships, audience admissions, and members' dues.
An enthusiastic Board of Directors, assisted by volunteers from the general membership, live up to the mandate provided by our mission. Nearly every weekend during the spring and fall, these dedicated individuals dish up a tempting cultural feast at Richter House for everyone's enjoyment.
Stanley L. Richter Association for the Arts
Richter Park: Richter Park Authority meeting are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Call 203-792-2550 to confirm.
Musicals at Richter: Musicals at Richter, Inc. is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization and depends on the generous support of individuals, foundations and corporations. Click HERE to learn how you can support us.
FORe was established by the Richter Park Authority for the purpose of raising funds for the implementation of the Richter Park Master Plan. To make a donation, complete the form HERE