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Arts Paper

As the editorially independent arm of The Arts Council of Greater New Haven, the Arts Paper seeks to celebrate, explore, and investigate the fine, visual, performing and culinary arts in and around New Haven.

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Arts & Ideas Called Out: "Unwarranted Disrespect, Hostility, & Unprofessionalism" Towards Black Musicians

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How KC Councilor Drew His Truest Self

The artist on SCSU's campus. Isabel Chenoweth/SCSU Photo. 

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What Does Climate Justice Look Like To Me?

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Make Music Day Sings Its Citywide Return

Briana Williams with Clifford Schloss on guitar and Fernanda Franco on keys. Lucy Gellman Photos.

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Virtual Juneteenth Keeps The Tradition

Screenshot from ceremony. 

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Love Reigns At Black Gay Pride

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Students Bring Juneteenth To Whalley Avenue

Young artist Dominic Brown with SEJ member Vy Tran. Longtime SEJ member Marquise McCullough is in the background. He graduated from Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School last year. Lucy Gellman Photos.

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On Opening Night, A&I Centers New Haven Voices

Kennedy of the Kennedy Administration. Lucy Gellman Photos. 

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"Yerba Bruja" Charts A Path To Healing

Images from the film. Yerba Bruja runs through June 25. The show’s production team includes Agosto, set designer and spirit guide Mercury, choreographer and spirit guide Jeanika Browne-Springer, videographer Nivia Easterling, photographer Maza Monteiro Rey, and sound designer Mashario Brown. 

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Mayor Vows N-Word Investigation Will Go Public; Activists Push For More Transparency

ala ochumare, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter New Haven, and Mayor Justin Elicker. Elicker said that NHPS Superintendent Dr. Iline Tracey told him that the district will be making the investigation public by Monday June 21. 

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