Fifty young art makers at Toymakers

Students from Connecticut Academy for the Arts staged an “Art Bomb” at D.M. Hunt Library to show art based on Toymakers Cafe in Falls Village. Photo submitted

FALLS VILLAGE — Has any artistic work drawn better inspiration from a local haunt than Edward Hopper’s “Nighthawks”? Giving the American Realist a run for his money, more than 50 students from the Connecticut Academy for the Arts set their sights on Toymakers Café in Falls Village as they launched their latest “Art Bomb!” — the name for their pop-up gallery and performance space that fuses young artists with local businesses. 

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