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Save the date for Spring 2020 Community Arts events at Trinity College. These include the Trinity International Hip Hop Festival, SambaFest, Trinity Film Festival, the Spring Dance Concert, and many other events and performances that are open to the Trinity and Hartford community. Check back here for more detailed information!

March 26th-29th 2020: Trinity International Hip Hop Festival

Each year, the festival brings together hip hop artists, academics, activists and fans from dozens of countries to perform, share and teach. Founded in the spring of 2006, the Trinity International Hip Hop Festival was created to combat the disunity, segregation, and violence of Hartford, CT and Trinity College. Using the historically education-oriented and politically revolutionary medium — Hip Hop – and focusing on its global potency and proliferation, the Trinity International Hip Hop Festival works to unify Trinity College, the city of Hartford, and the Globe. Take a look at scenes from past festivals:

March 2020, Theater and Dance Department Spring Dance Concert

Annual showcase of student works and choreography at the Austin Arts Center on Trinity College’s campus. More to come.

April 25th, 2020: Samba Fest

Samba Fest is a community festival that strives to bring attention to Hartford’s cultural diversity throughout the Central Connecticut region. The festival is free and features Brazilian, Afro-Puerto Rican, Afro-Cuban, and West Indian musical groups. It also includes dance workshops, food, games, and activities. Take a look at scenes from the 2014 Samba Fest in the video below.

May 2nd, 2020: 9th Annual Trinity Film Festival

Founded in 2012, the Trinity Film Festival brings together undergraduate students from around the world to premiere their short films on the big screen. This non-profit student-run film festival is held annually at Cinestudio on Trinity College’s campus. This event is open to the public. More information and ticket information can be found at

More to come.