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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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"I Get To Bring Something Home:" The Mattatuck Museum Returns Its First Native Object

William Tarrant, a faith keeper and cultural preservation director of the Seneca-Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma, on Friday morning. Lucy Gellman Photos. 

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A New Opera Takes On The Tulsa Race Massacre

Adam Matlock. Lucy Gellman Photo.

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How Winfred Rembert's Generous Spirit Lives On

Mitchell Rembert with the in-progress carving of his parents. Lucy Gellman Photos.

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With Music Flowing, Rehabbed Environmental Center Opens In East Rock Park

Marcella Monk Flake, executive director of the Monk Youth Jazz & STEAM Collective. Abiba Biao Photos. 

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Comic & Collectible Spectacular Grows Its Footprint

Mike DeCarlo traced his blue pencil over the page. Stroke by stroke, the pointy hair and wicked scowl of Sideshow Bob, the high-cultured villain from The Simpsons, began to manifest under his pencil tip. First the light blue pencil for sketching the general shape, then a charcoal one for the defined linework he’s so known for.

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An Artist Finds The Trash You Left Behind

Installation view, To Dissolve into the Hydrocommons, One Drop at a Time. The exhibition, from New York based artist sTo Len, runs in the Seton Gallery at the at the University of New Haven through December 9. Photos by Jessica Smolinski courtesy of Seton Gallery.

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West Haven Brightens The Holiday Season

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Spring Glen Launches Its First Art Walk

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Hillhouse Marching Band Rebuilds For Game Day

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From The Archives: Articles For Today

Joan Henry, DeLanna Studi, and Allison Hudson Hicks in a reading of Flying Bird's Diary at Long Wharf Theatre. Jeremy Daniel Photos.

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