About The Norwalk Art Space, ADK House, and our Founder
The Norwalk Art Space was founded and built by Alexandra Davern Korry (1959-2020), a trailblazing M&A lawyer, educator, civil rights advocate, and philanthropist. Alexandra’s goals in creating and funding The Norwalk Art Space were to enhance opportunities and equity in the local arts community by promoting local artists, offering free educational opportunities to underserved students, and providing the public a beautiful, welcoming space to enjoy art and music. Our building, ADK House, which was named for Alexandra, includes a museum, sculpture garden and studios for artists, as well as a classroom and workspaces for students. Our museum, music events and classes will be open to the public free of charge.
The Norwalk Art Space and Connecticut-based artists, Jahmane West and Adger Cowans for a media-only Q & A interview opportunity this Sunday, July 25th from 12-1pm. Lunch will be provided by The Art Space Cafe to all members of the press,…Read More »
THE NORWALK ART SPACE OUR NEXT EXHIBITION IS OPENING JULY 22ND JAHMANE LEARN MORE ADGER COWANS LEARN MORE FREE RECEPTION Thursday, July 22nd 5 - 9pm DJ Groove 7 - 5pm - 7pm Congabop - 7pm - 9pm ABOUT OUR…Read More »
“A Dialogue in Styles, Jahmane and Adger Cowans” to open’s July 22, 2021 at The Norwalk Art Space Opening Reception July 22, 2021 5 - 9pm -5pm - 7pm Beats by Groove Seven -7pm - 9pm Latin Jazz by Congabob Artist Talk with…Read More »
Norwalk, CT -- The Norwalk Art Space is pleased to announce that it will open its doors to the public on June 5, 2021, 12pm - 7pm. The opening follows an 18-month redevelopment and remodeling of the building , named ADK House, after its founder…Read More »
During our opening weekend The Norwalk Art Space will present live music in our sculpture garden by a wide variety of musicians curated by Music Director David DeJesus. Our music program is designed to provide high caliber music education to…Read More »