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Welcome to Connecticut Artist Registry

The Art in Public Spaces Registry online portal serves as the registration site for artists interested in being considered for public art opportunities through COA's Art in Public Spaces program and for arts professionals interested in serving as review panelists. 

IMPORTANT NOTE for artists submitting in response to Art in Public Spaces opportunities.  The Art in Public Spaces Registry allows artists to submit ONE registration form and be considered for multiple projects.  The program operates using a registry format in which there is NO APPLICATION (unless otherwise specified).  Public art committees review portfolios and shortlist a group who will be invited to submit site-specific proposals.  For a listing of current public art RFQ's.     

  • COA accepts submissions to the Art in Public Spaces Registry on an ongoing basis.  
  • Each Art in Public Spaces project posts its own specific registration deadline.   
  • Submit your portfolio through the online portal and follow the instructions.
  • COA will ONLY contact artists who have been shortlisted for further consideration and proposal development.  Project updates are made available on the the Art in Public Spaces Opportunities and Project Updates web page.   


Step 1) Sign-up for an account.  Or simply sign in if you already have an account established with the FluidReview e-granting system. 

Step 2) Once you complete the signup process, you'll receive an email to confirm your registration. If you have problems receiving your confirmation email, check your spam box, then add FluidReview to your safe sender list so that you can continue to receive messages.

Step 3) Select the appropriate category from the drop-down menu and follow the instructions. 

IMPORTANT NOTE for Connecticut Artists:
COA is now utilizing NEFA’s CreativeGround online platform to carry out the functions of the CT Visual Artist Registry.  If you are interested in being considered for public art projects then submit a registration into the Art in Public Spaces Registry.  But still be sure to create a profile in CreativeGround as it will be used as a general resource for Connecticut specific needs and opportunities.

New England’s Creative Economy Directory!

CreativeGround is a free online directory which includes profiles for New England's cultural nonprofits like libraries and theaters, creative businesses like recording studios and design agencies, and artists of all disciplines such as performing arts, visual arts, and crafts.

For those interested in serving as Arts Professional Review Panelists. Create an account and select Panel Reviewer from the drop down menu. Complete the registration form and upload your resume.


If you have any questions about the Art in Public Spaces Program, please contact:

Tamara Dimitri, Program Specialist

If you have any technical questions about how to use the site, please contact and the software application providers can help address your question.