by David Sepulveda | Apr 28, 2016 7:36 am
It has been almost a year since the ribbon was cut at the opening of 101 (ART) Threads, an airy, downtown art gallery located at 118 Court Street. The gallery is marking its first anniversary with a sizable spring group show: a collection of around 50 works representing an array of media and artists from greater New Haven and broader New England.
Continue reading ‘101 Threads Breaks The Mold’
by Aliyya Swaby | Apr 28, 2016 7:36 am | Comments (1)
Robert Greenberg gave New Haven a unique birthday present — a permanent installation showing off his extensive collection of artifacts documenting the city’s history and present.
Continue reading ‘Happy Birthday, New Haven’
by Allan Appel | Apr 18, 2016 12:27 pm | Comments (1)
After being closed for almost a year while facing an uncertain future, the John Slade Ely House Center for Contemporary Art is about to get some lovin’ from a new landlord and new/old tenants.
Continue reading ‘Former Ely House Foes Sing Kumbaya’
by David Sepulveda | Apr 15, 2016 7:23 am
High school senior Jamia Jones found it “nerve-racking” to stand at the open mic to begin her spoken-word piece on the floor of the Long Wharf Theatre main stage at the second annual Moments and Minutes Festival.
Continue reading ‘Students Take The Long Wharf Stage’
by Staff | Apr 13, 2016 7:38 am
On the tail of some strongly-worded responses to the Yale Humanist Community’s effort to erect a nine-sided obelisk on the New Haven Green, YHC director Chris Stedman came on WNHH radio’s “Artbeat” give an impassioned defense of the installation and discuss the ins and outs of crowdfunding with crowdfunding advisor Onyeka Obiocha. Today’s broadcasts explore that controversy, and more.
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by Lucy Gellman | Apr 12, 2016 1:47 pm
When Josh Gaetjen rolled into 116 Crown for a midweek refresher, he didn’t have a drink du jour in mind. Nor the deviled eggs from the bar’s back tables. He was there to talk about his career as an artist, celebrating the new placement of his paintings on the bar’s exposed brick walls.
Continue reading ‘Watering Holes Become Art Galleries’
by Lucy Gellman | Apr 7, 2016 10:53 pm | Comments (10)
There’s a lighthouse coming to the New Haven Green. How it’s going to get there is a whole other story.
Continue reading ‘9-Sided Glowing Blue Obelisk Headed For The Green’
by Allan Appel | Apr 5, 2016 7:06 am | Comments (1)
“This is the courthouse, where nobody wants to go.”
“This is City Hall, which is beautiful.”
“This is the library where it’s quiet to go.”
Continue reading ‘Photos Bring The City To Seniors At Atwater’
by Paul Bass | Apr 1, 2016 12:02 pm | Comments (2)
When Roslyn Meyer was told she had stage four melanoma, she never imagined that she’d be in Norway 11 years later chasing the aurora borealis with a camera.
Continue reading ‘With 2nd Shot At Life, She Seized The Light’
by Lucy Gellman | Mar 30, 2016 7:08 am | Comments (2)
When 2ManySiblings‘s Papa Petit opened his computer to an email from Efe Igor, doctoral student in history at Yale University, asking him to share work at Yale’s week-long 2016 Africa Salon, he thought it was a hoax. Coming over to his computer to look at the message, his sister — the other sibling of the 2Many Siblings brand — agreed. This was probably something fishy that they shouldn’t pay attention to.
But then there was a second email. And a third.
Continue reading ‘African Art Explodes On Edgewood’