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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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Yaminay Chaudhri Works Through The Nothing

 

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Multicultural Festival RISEs To The Challenge

 

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Guns, Goddesses, and Galaxies Mix in "Redoubt"

 

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Arts & Ideas Kicks Off 24 Years

 

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Meet Our New Crew

 

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“Do Not Shoot Anyone Tonight”

 

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Listen: What's A Liberation Seder?

 

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Jacob Padrón Connects The Dots

 

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Remembering Bonnie Keller

 

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City Gallery Exhibits the Elements

 

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500 Days In, A Portrait Of Sanctuary

 

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On "Fly Choices Day" HSC Students Soar

 

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Jessy Griz Spreads Wellness To Erector Square

 

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Brilliance Strikes Mill River Underpass

 

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YCBA Appoints Courtney J. Martin As Its Next Director, Moves Toward "A Global Conversation"

 

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New Haven Artists Score State Grants

 

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Tourism Caucus Gets Its ACT Together

 

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Ceschi Tests His (Sad, Fat) Luck

 

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New Haven Beats Guns Into Art

 

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Young Refugees Find Their Iliad

 

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Tongue Depressor Takes It To Church

 

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One Year In, Local Lit Gathers Around Story

 

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Two Rooms Make One Village On Crown Street

 

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As Finalist, Public Library Takes The Cake

 

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New Haven Activists Take Center Stage In “El Chapo”

 

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Bail Fund Raises The Roof For Justice

 

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Learning Our HERstory

 

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Kina’s Kitchen Brings Haitian To New Haven

 

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Elicker Swings Local For The Arts

 

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In “An Iliad,” The Art Of Story Wins The War

 

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Collective Consciousness Gets In The Ring

 

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Listen: Royal Drag Duo Brings Broadway To New Haven

 

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A Book Of Revelations

 

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Satellite Festival Prepares For Takeoff

 

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AES Field Notes I: Arts, Wage Equity, & Housing Justice

 

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Bomba Reveals A Story Of Slavery

 

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The Bard, Brilliant And Black

 

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Freewheeling and Feminist: A Broken Umbrella Birthday

 

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For LGBTQ+ Youth, The Grown Ups Get Onboard

 

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Farewell, Andre Williams

 

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Bach's Birthday Bash Hits New Haven

 

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A Broken Umbrella Plays Into Its First Decade

 

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変身 (Henshin) Plugs Artspace In For A Fast, Wild Ride

 

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At Co-Op, “In The Heights” Pivots To New Haven

 

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Listen: Nadine Nelson Finds A Recipe For Self-Care

 

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City Lights Takes On A Warming, Warring World

 

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In “Counting Pebbles,” EMS Takes Center Stage

 

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Gender For 500, Please

 

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Music Haven Students Twinkle Into Spring

 

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“Our Bodies,” With Old And New Eyes

 

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New Haven Trees Yield Liquid Gold

 

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"The Bitsie Clark Fund" Lifts Off For Year Two

 

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Nasty Women Prove Sublime

 

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One Sentence. How Many Lives?

 

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Students To Legislature: It's Time Undo Racism

 

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Zero Years Takes Four To Make An Album

 

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Fat Tuesday Rolls Out For Reading

 

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A Mellow Manic Monday Kicks Off March

 

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NHTC Primes Audience For An Uneasy Future

 

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Dorothy Awards Soar Over The Rainbow

 

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In Year Three, August Wilson Hits Hearts

 

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Blackness, Whiteness, and the Legacy of “Passing”

 

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In Hartford, Arts Advocates Turn Up The Heat

 

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A Community Champion Joins Arts & Ideas

 

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New Food Startups Get A Global Kick

 

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Quinnipiac Passes “Normal,” Gets Messy & Manic Instead

 

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Young Voices Take On August Wilson

  Remsen Welsh: “It’s a thing where I get transported. There’s a part of her I think I can breathe new life into.” Lucy Gellman Photos. 

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Pols Remember How The Arts Got Them There

 

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Listen: Jovon “Chef JoJo” Alston

 

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Shake N' Vibrate Feels The Noize

 

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Black & Ugly & Here

 

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Sanctuary Kitchen Breaks Bread at Yale

 

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The Budget, The Bills, The Arts

 

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“Vanishing” Races The Clock On Climate Change

 

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Joy and Justice in New Haven Gardens

 

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Mitchell Whisks Away The Winter Blues

 

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State House Sparkles From "Day To Night" In Cabaret

 

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Lions, Dragons Ring In Year Of The Pig

 

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Miss/Chief Brings The Party

 

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New Haven Orgs Score NEA Dough

 

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“What Remains” And The Frightening In-Between

 

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New Haven Makes Makers

 

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At Storytellers, Two Fathers Take Shape

 

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"We Helped Put This Country Together" Becomes A Call To Action

 

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UARTS Sets Up Shop In Westville

 

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“Good Faith” Leaves The Yale Rep On Fire

 

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20 Years In, Queer Royalty Get Ready To Party

 

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Gay Men’s Chorus, NHSO Get Wicked

 

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A Birthday Prayer For Tyrick

 

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A Country Thread Through Folk and Blues

 

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Xavier Serrano Rings The Bell Chimes Of Yesteryear

 

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On Orange Street, Love Is Love Is Love

 

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A Poet’s Love Letter to Her Voice

 

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Dan Gries Cracks The Code

 

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Calling All Student Journalists!

 

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Why I Run

 

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The “Places We’ve Been” And The People We Are

 

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Kallos Musicians Enter The Fray

 

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Sopa! Goes From Nuts To Soup

 

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On “Banniversary,” Thousands Get Ready To Run

 

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Haven’s Harvest Lifts Off

 

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“Cookology” Grows ConnCAT’s Culinary Footprint

 

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Shake N' Vibrate Takes On A "Whole Lotta Woman"

 

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Long Wharf Takes A Long, Disturbing Trip Down South

 

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Neighbors Dream Up What Newhallville “Could Be”

 

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Diamonds And Amber Honor Dr. King

 

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A Zoonotic Night At Cafe Nine

 

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On MLK Day, Strings And Steel Play For Change

 

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A Tale Of Two Kings

 

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Third Women's March Goes In On Policy

 

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“Help Your Shelves” Gets Ready To Grow Literacy

 

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Lit Cypher Activates Poet-Citizens

 

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Arts To Tourism Caucus: Include Us, Too

 

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Institute Library Hits Transition, Contracts To Expand

 

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An “Umbrella Of Wellness” Evolves On Crown Street

 

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Rasheeda Speaks. Who Will Listen?

 

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Rashmi’s Urban Archaeological Dig

 

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Welcome To The W.E.B.

 

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Tiny Ocean, Balkan States Invade Cafe Nine

 

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Three Kings Turn Up On Clinton Avenue

 

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“A Chance To Reinvent Ourselves”

 

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Union “Family” Sings Its Way Into Women’s March

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Land Trust Grows Skills, Graduates Entrepreneurs

 

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Brenda Zlamany Comes Home

The portrait installed in Yale's Sterling Memorial Library. Ian Christmann Photo. 

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Grit and Honey At The The Kate

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Leslie Browning Loses The Madness, And Finds Herself

 

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Love Fed Kwanzaa Kindles Community

 

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Pride Center Sprints Into 2019

 

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Feed The Beast. Support The Arts Paper.

 

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Listen: Our Food Finds Of 2018

 

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Transition Committee: Arts Will ACTivate Connecticut’s Economy

 

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Whitneyville Cultural Commons Looks Ahead

 

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Ailey II Has Co-Op On Its Toes

 

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Nutcracker, The Remix

 

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Shake N’ Vibrate Decks The Halls

 

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With "Able Archer," Ports Of Spain Gets It Right

 

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What Does Equity Look Like?

 

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Puppets Get Weird and Wonderful By Dark

 

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Gay Men's Chorus Discos from Pole to Pole

 

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Taco Hut Says Goodbye

 

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Arien Wilkerson Dances For Their Life

 

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Faring Purth's New Haven

 

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