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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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On World AIDS Day, "Night Sweats" Lays A New Path To Remembrance

 

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For Trans Youth, An Arts Assist

 

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A New Haven Artivist Dives Into Puerto Rican History

 

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Gorman Bechard Shoots A Love Letter To New Haven

 

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154 State Arts Orgs Score CARES Act Funding

 

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People Get Ready Looks To Year Two

 

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Thanksgiving, Taking Reads From The Archives

 

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Common Ground Students Launch Mask Selfie Campaign

 

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Sandra's Spices Up Thanksgiving

 

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Columbus-Free Wooster Square Takes Shape

 

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City’s Newest Film Festival Spotlights Black Voices

 

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Co-Op Musicians Play Through The Pandemic

 

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COVID-19 Testing Pop-Up Swoons, Swabs To Mariachi

 

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"Their Charge Is Ours Now”

 

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New Pride Center Show Reflects A Black Trans Experience

 

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Behold "The New Haven"

 

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Betsy Ross Students Hit The Virtual Museum

 

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Yale Cabaret Keeps The Stage Alive Online

 

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Artspace Asks: "Who Governs?"

 

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Five BIPOC Directors Take Back The Bard

 

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Cyclists Mourn Another Year Of Traffic Violence

 

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New Haven Pride Center Grows Its Gallery Statewide

 

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Shaunda Holloway Brings New Haven Into Focus

 

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Book Joy Lands In Dwight

 

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At True Colors, A Changing Of The Guard

 

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People Get Ready Shouts Out Stacey Abrams

 

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"American Moor" Makes Its New Haven Debut

A screenshot via Zoom of Keith Hamilton Cobb's 2018 performance of American Moore at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare’s Globe in London.

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The Gospel Of Black Voters Comes To Goffe Street

 

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William Lanson Soars In New Ninth Square Tribute

 

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AKA Sorors Do A Victory Stroll For Kamala Harris

 

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"I Know That She Is Another Angel"

 

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Restaurateurs Push City For COVID-19 Relief

 

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In Year 11, LIFFY Makes The Leap Online

 

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Boitatá Brings The Amazon To East Rock

Orlando Hernández performed a tap dance at the first garage on Cottage Street as part of East Rock Halloween Project's production of Boitatá. Arturo Pineda Photos. 

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Strings Serenade Edgewood Voters

 

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A First Time Presidential Voter And His Four-Hour Path To The Polls

 

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DJs Spin New Haven Through Election Day

 

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Theater Students Get Out The Vote

A student dressed as a ballot box marches down Audubon Street as part of ATLAS's Get Out The Vote Puppet Parade. Arturo Pineda Photos. 

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"Ni Una Menos" Becomes Day Of The Dead Rallying Cry

 

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On Election Eve, Nasty Women Looks Local

 

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Elm Shakespeare Braves The Elements

 

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Bitsie Fund Announces Year Three Awardee

 

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ULA's Dia De Muertos Honors COVID-19 Victims

A member from Unidad Latina en Acción prepares some of the filling to go into the skeleton's costume. Contributed Photo. 

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Lawyers, Artists: Don't Blame RBG For Staying On The Bench

 

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CT Gay Men's Chorus Gets Spooky

 

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Kallos Musicians Put Chamber Music On The Online Menu

 

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DJs, Prof Plan Parties For The Polls

 

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S.G. Carlson & The Tines Push A Record Out Of Quarantine

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Haven String Quartet Hits The Virtual Stage

 

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ARTE, Inc. Keeps Students Creating Online

 

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Ordinary Reopens Its Doors

 

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New Festival Shifts Its Focus To Black Filmmakers

 

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Puppet Parade Hits Westville On Wheels

 

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A New Haven Dancer Finds Perspective In Senegal

 

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With Amaru, Westville Gets A Taste Of Peru

 

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State Senate Contenders Split On The Arts

 

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Grammy Winning Co-Op Grad Makes A Guest Appearance In The Classroom

 

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Library Lands $146,000 To Help With Reopening

 

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“It Is Our Turn To Get Into Good Trouble”

Addys Castillo performs a traditional dance with Movimento Cultural Afro-Continental (MCAC) to close out the voter rally.

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Connecticut Arts Orgs Get A $9 Million Boost

 

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Symphony Flows Back To In-Person Music

 

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CWOS Braves the Leap Online

 

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Amidst Pandemic, Westville Sees An Unexpected Renaissance

 

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Arte Inc. Serves A Virtual Feast to Close out Hispanic Heritage Month

Chef Camacho plating a mushroom quesadilla filled with queso Oaxaca and Chihuahua next to a bowl of green salsa.

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Neville Wisdom Comes To Broadway

 

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Hot Chicken Spot Brings Nashville To New Haven

 

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Artists, Activists Keep Panther Spirit Alive

 

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Indigenous Peoples' Day Returns To The Green

 

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SCSU Artists Get Out The Vote

 

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Beacon Moves The Classroom Outside

 

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Legislative Hopefuls Weigh In On The Arts

 

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Institute Library Digs Deep On Women's Suffrage

 

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Sukkot Inspires Effort To Get Out The Vote

 

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Children's Lit Meets Black Girl Magic

 

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Age Of The Kings

 

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Ely Center Steps Into The Moment

 

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Black Lives Matter Mural Lands On Temple Street

 

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The Moon Shells Build A "House Of Air"

 

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Artists #DanceTheVote Into Election Season

Alexis Robbins stands alone in the white-walled studio, feet spread apart. A window is propped open behind her, exposing the velvet blue of night. She places her right hand to her chest, fingers fanned out as far as they’ll go. She steps forward, an offering. Arms extend. They look as though they are holding a precious and delicate weight. 

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Monument Committee Tries To Find Its Story

 

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One City, Many Stages, Endless Stories

 

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Betsy Ross Dances Through Remote Learning

 

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Black Bookstores Step Into The Spotlight

 

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Lanson Statue Builds A Bridge From Past To Present

 

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Zulynette Casts Her Spell Over Orange Street

 

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Hundreds Demand Justice For Breonna Taylor

 

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Camacho Garage Rolls Into Westville

 

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Puma Simone Gets Tangled Up In Blue

 

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In The Name Of Access, Library Goes Fine Free

 

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City Artists Remember RBG

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PRIDE Week Tackles Transphobia In Public Policy

 

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New Mural Brings Black Joy To Bassett Street

 

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Jewish Leaders Welcome In A Bittersweet New Year

 

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Hamden Black Film Series Hits A Home Run

 

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Long Wharf Unveils A New Model For Pandemic-Era Theater

 

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PRIDE Week Serves Up Storytelling In The Kitchen

 

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Stetson Zooms In On New Haven's Black History

 

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New Mural Brings A Piece Of Ethiopia To Newhallville

 

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Artists On The Census: Kica Matos

 

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Theaters Send Out An SOS To The Feds

 

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ConnCAT’s Jazz Brunch Brings Sweet, Swinging Sound To The Community

 

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Co-Op Grad Starts Yale In Quarantine

 

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Former Panthers Chart The Course To Revolutionary Education

 

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Monument Committee Prepares For A Columbus-Free Wooster Square

 

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Two Nail Salons Plot Their Pandemic Painting Plans

 

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Artists On The Census: Hope Chávez

 

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Hamden Launches Its First Black Film Festival

 

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East Rock Park Gets A Trombone Serenade

 

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Public Art Shines Brightly In Orange Street Reconnection Plan

 

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Murals Breathe Life Into Changing Ninth Square

 

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High Schoolers Navigate The Remote Pivot

 

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Paul Bryant Hudson Sings Past Into Present

 

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HSC Students "Level Up" And Fly Into The School Year

 

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At NXTHVN, "Pleading Freedom" Turns Its Eyes To The Criminal Justice System

 

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Connecticut Teachers Push Back Against Reopening

 

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Pride Center Works To Keep The Community Fed

 

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ULA Presents The Story of Lost Children

 

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Cafe Nine Plans Its Return To Live Music

 

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On Orange Street, Black Art Becomes Resistance

 

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Sweet And Savory Black-Owned Business Duo Redefines Court Street

 

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Ramen Restaurant Pushes Through The Pandemic

 

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Artists On The Census: Daniel Pizarro

 

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At Elm City LIT Fest, Black Book Clubs Build Community

 

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NXTHVN Apprentices Make It Through Quarantine

 

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Black Lives Matter New Haven Spreads Back-To-School Book Bag Joy

 

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Artists Visualize A Better Future

 

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"Interruptions" Breaks Through The Silence And Stigma Of Gun Violence

 

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Pistachio Prepares A Sweet Opening In Westville

 

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St. Luke’s Steel Band Pans Together, With Caution

 

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Artists On The Census: Martha Willette Lewis

 

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Pride Center Pushes Writers Toward Their Truths

 

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"I'm Not Going Anywhere"

 

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Artists Pay Homage To Johnny Cash Onscreen

 

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"Black Kid Joy" Appears At City Hall

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Summer Cab Liberates Theater On Zoom

Image from the Yale Summer Cabaret.