Chris Gardner Photos.
From left to right: Shawn Murray, Tricia D’Onofrio, and Beau McDowell. Sam Hadelman Photos.
Detail, Caroline Harman’s painting Principles of Uncertainty. Both Solos and #WIP run at the Ely Center of Contemporary Art through Nov. 14. Leah Andelsmith Photos.
Martha Friedman's work is in conversation with the history and process of mummification. Lucy Gellman Photos; all work by the artists.
Artist Martha Savage holds up her signature "timecards:" mixed media cards that are often composed to portray larger societal issues such as racial injustice, access to health care, and the Covid-19 pandemic. Raquel Burgess Photos; the second photo is by Martha Savage of her timecards.
State Rep. Robyn Porter at Friday's press conference. "Black and Brown people, what do we talk about?" she asked aloud Friday. "We lift as we climb. And we got a brother, Michael Jai White, who is doing that. This is his vision. From where he came from. He's coming back to his community and lifting as he climbs." Lucy Gellman Photos.
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Photo.
Jocelyn Pleasant and Mamady Kouyaté at Best Video. Daniel Shoemaker Photos.
Thursday's panel. Screenshot via Facebook Live.
Installation view of Exposed Secrets: Marjorie Gillette Wolfe / Secrets Exposed: Kate Henderson at Kehler Liddell Gallery. Jacquelyn Gleisner Photos.
The poet Sun Queen sits on the steps of City Hall, dressed in white with pops of yellow at her crown and feet. The pages, drawn in electric blue lettering, flap in the wind. She begins to flip through them, revealing a deconstructed poem that is also a prayer.
The Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology (ConnCAT) and Connecticut Community Outreach Revitalization Program (ConnCORP) hosted “Thank You Dixwell Community” Block Party last Saturday in the parking lot behind Dixwell Plaza. The location builds on a budding relationship between Stetson Library, which was located in the plaza for years and is now moving to the Q House, and ConnCAT. Sam Hadelman tells the story in photos from the event.
Jamiah Green Photos.
A recent Zoom session. Ignite The Voice Photo.
Lucy Gellman File Photo.
Julia Rosado Photo.
Kristina Sandoval and Madison (Maddie) Hushion on Thursday morning. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Nelson Pinos, with his wife Elsa and son Brandon at First and Summerfield United Methodist Church in September 2018. Lucy Gellman Pre-Pandemic File Photo.
Love'N Co frontwoman Lovelind Richards at Cafe Nine. Lucy Gellman Photo.
Alisa Bowens-Mercado: "I hope, through this display, that it inspires, empowers and encourages people throughout the community." Lucy Gellman Photos.
Alyssa Thomas, a rising freshman at Metropolitan Business Academy, with the artist Aime Mulungula. Mulungula graduated from Hill Regional Career High School in June and is headed to the University of Connecticut in the fall. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Phoenix Clare, Nicole Shannon and Ranea Shannon. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Massaro first presented Indicando la via al futuro (Pointing the Way to the Future) in the July 15 meeting. Screenshot from Zoom.
Marsh in her home, which is also her studio, on a recent Monday. Lucy Gellman Photo.
From left to right: Laila Williams, Brandy Cohens, and Zoe Smith. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Luiza Karnas and Alexis Robbins. Leah Andelsmith Photos and Video.
Your Queer Plant Shop Co-Founders Anika Stewart and Georgina Gross, who are partners in both life and work. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Julia Rosado Photos.
Anthony Brown as Jamal Green and Jhulenty Delossantos as Dougie Cordova in Steve Driffin's Jamal. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Leah Andelsmith Photo.
From left to right: Rafael Ramos, Eddie Padilla, Jose Apache Rivera and Marco Ayuso. Lucy Gellman Photos.
From left to right: counselor Justin Short, Montre Gilliam, Dorian Francis, Emmanuel Alvarez, Karaj Barton, and NHSO operations director John Leibensperger. Lucy Gellman Photos.
The artists Martha Willette Lewis and Marion Belanger. Ivy Fan Photos.
Detail, Lunar Volvelle. Monica Ong Photo.
Screenshots from video.
Branford Arts & Cultural Alliance Photos.
Kate Henderson's Mitochondrial Eve. Olivia Gross Photos.
Susan Clinard's Lamentation. Susan Clinard for Bailout Gallery Photo.
Saldi (at right) with a customer earlier this year. Lisa Reisman Photo, with permission from the New Haven Independent.
The Disks on the New Haven Green, where they were briefly before heading to City Hall. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Adrian Huq (in foreground) and Jaeana Bethea. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Sonia Salazar on Temple Street. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Eva Skewes Photos.
Photo from the panel. Screenshot via YouTube.
Tracey Massey in her upstairs studio. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Chris Randall Photo.
Roberts, at center. Nia Riles-Mathis and Hyclis Williams are on either side of him. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Rachel Peet Photos.