JOIN

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.

Blog Feature

On MLK Day, A Place Where Music Does The Talking

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Drums, Dance Set MLK Day Rhythm

 

Read More

Blog Feature

The Word Spreads To Whalley

 

Read More

Blog Feature

At Peabody, Humanity And Hope Honor Dr. King

 

Read More

Blog Feature

The Opioid Crisis Hits The Stage

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Metro Students Put New Haven's Black, Latinx and Indigenous History On The Map

If a walker is close to the taco trucks and the Long Island Sound, they can start with engineer William Lanson's nineteenth-century extension on Long Wharf, and the Black genius that transformed commerce in New Haven and built part of the Farmington Canal's infrastructure.

Read More

Blog Feature

New Arts Director Has A Vision For Equity

 

Read More

Blog Feature

NEA Grants Land In New Haven

 

Read More

Blog Feature

A Tale Of Three Masculinities

 

Read More

Blog Feature

An Artist Under The Marine Microscope

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Library Lends Census Efforts A Crafty Hand

 

Read More

Blog Feature

New Haveners Speak Up For Iran's Cultural Heritage

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Marjorie Wolfe Gets To The Point

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Co-Op Grad Takes The Political Stage

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Mayoral Transition Report Pushes For Arts Equity

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Can Artists Move The Climate Needle?

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Elicker To New Haven: "This Is Your Home"

 

Read More

Blog Feature

See You In January!

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Our 2019 Top Ten Artistic Moments

 

Read More

Blog Feature

New Haven Tests Its FaTE And Gets A Star

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Holiday Jam Plays In The Winter Solstice

 

Read More

Blog Feature

The Nu Haven Kapelye Bring Hanukkah To Hamden

 

Read More

Blog Feature

John Jessen Named City Librarian

 

Read More

Blog Feature

First & Summerfield Brings Christmas Home

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Hanukkah Stories Burn Bright At The Towers

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Music Haven Grooves With The Holidays

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Santa Makes Library Detour En Route To North Pole

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Kim Weston Dances Into 2020

Kim Weston at City-Wide Open Studios in 2018. Lucy Gellman File Photo. 

Read More

Blog Feature

A Mariachi Academy Heads To Sundance

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Co-Op Seniors Dance Their Humanity

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Black Women Shout Out Their Villages At Long Wharf

 

Read More

Blog Feature

On Whalley, “The Night” Belongs To Young Readers

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Jazz Where Taps Away The Rain

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Artspace Gets Thrown For A (Strange) Loop

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Jennifer Davies And The Possibilities of Paper

Jennifer Davies Photo. 

Read More

Blog Feature

Douglas Lyons' Search For A New Haven Stage

 

Read More

Blog Feature

5,000 Curiosities On The Hunt For A New Home

 

Read More

Blog Feature

“Nobody Chooses To Be A Refugee"

 

Read More

Blog Feature

City Pushes Asphalt Art With An Eco Twist

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Youth-Led Organizing Takes Root Downtown

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Elm City Podcasters Break Through The ICE

 

Read More

Blog Feature

At Second Transition Meeting, Arts Advocates Push On Libraries, STEAM

 

Read More

Blog Feature

At Bethel AME, "Black Nativity" Honors The Past, Looks To The Future

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Not Your Mama's Jane Austen. Or Is It?

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Welcome To The Fun Home

 

Read More

Blog Feature

"Medusa Glow" Is Delish In All The Right Ways

 

Read More

Blog Feature

How Rafael Ramos Brought Justice To The Theater

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Grainiacs Take On Chabaso

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Ibn Orator Gets Back On The Trampoline

 

Read More

Blog Feature

See You Monday!

 

Read More

Blog Feature

At The Institute Library, "Melted Pots" Is Food For Thought

 

Read More

Blog Feature

People Get Ready's Thanksgiving Reads

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Podcasters Join Elicker Transition Effort

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Youth Shelter Advances With Youth Input

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Greater New Haven Goes ARTE-Accessible

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Co-Op Brings Shakespeare To The 1950s

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Gator Sighting On Whitney Avenue

 

Read More

Blog Feature

An All-Beethoven Landscape Hits Fair Haven

 

Read More

Blog Feature

A & I Directors Start The Long Goodbye

Judy Sirota Rosenthal Photo. Tom Griggs and Liz Fisher kept the International Festival of Arts & Ideas running through some of its leanest years. Now, they’re preparing to say goodbye. 

Read More

Blog Feature

Trans Lives Remembered, Celebrated On The Green

 

Read More

Blog Feature

'Trans Body II' Stuns, Surprises At Ely Center

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Día de Muertos Comes To Artspace

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Chapel Haven Grad Soars Into Second Album

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Chimney Crack Leaves CAW In The Cold

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Elicker Transition Team Digs In On Artists, Libraries

 

Read More

Blog Feature

'La Negra' Brings A Bomba Heartbeat To Hopper

 

Read More

Blog Feature

A Light in the Dark

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Samuel Sandoval Hits His Freak-Folk Stride

 

Read More

Blog Feature

The Anatomy Of A Life Sentence

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Latino & Iberian Film Fest Swings Into Its 10th Year

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Jiva Brings Four Horsewomen To New Haven

Read More

Blog Feature

Why 'Cry It Out' Is More Than Mama Drama

 

Read More

Blog Feature

The Moon Shells Go Seaside & Keep Going

 

Read More

Blog Feature

At Lyric Hall, A Battle Over What Kind of Theater to Make

 

Read More

Blog Feature

'Baltimore' Hits Home At Quinnipiac

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Sanctuary Kitchen Serves Up Storytelling

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Sister City Contest Sparks Cross-Country Creativity

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Cold Spring Kids Become Public Artists, Eco-Warriors

 

Read More

Blog Feature

At Pride Center, Trans Voices Shift Into Focus

Lucy Gellman Photos; all work by the artists in the show. Trans-Cending Art includes artists KC Councilor, Tony Ferraiolo, Jules Larson, Reed Miller, Elliott Grinnell, and Finn Lockwood. 

Read More

Blog Feature

Why We're Taking Election Day As A Holiday

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Atelier Cho Thompson Finds A Home On State Street

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Elm City Artists Work To Get Out The Vote

 

Read More

Blog Feature

NHTC Retreats From Moscow

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Young Leaders Stake Their Educational Claim

Read More

Blog Feature

City Librarian Gets A Proper Send-Off

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Mengxi 'Althea' Rao Strikes Up The Vagina Chorus

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Hamden Biz Incubator Ready To Roll

 

Read More

Blog Feature

'Burn Book' Queers The Canon, Heats Up The Cab

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Grove Street’s Herstory Revealed

 

Read More

Blog Feature

ARTEful Saturdays Land In Fair Haven

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Beeddikulus Spellers Bee-Muse And Bee-Dazzle

 

Read More

Blog Feature

New Haven Gets Ready To Tellabrate

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Work With Us!

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Music Haven Teams Up With ECA

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Elle Sera Holds Our Hand Through the Dark

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Rachel Alderman Gets Ready To "Cry It Out"

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Collective Consciousness Takes On Police Brutality

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Listen: Speaking Of Food

Read More

Blog Feature

Betsy Ross Moves To A Brazilian Beat

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Speed Daters Beat The Rain

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Long Wharf Redefines "Belonging"

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Social Justice "Bookspace" Bursts Onto The Scene

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Palestinian, From Ramallah To New Haven

 

Read More

Blog Feature

“Girls” Rages On At The Yale Rep

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Marlinworks Artists Show and Tell

 

Read More

Blog Feature

The Narrative Project Launches Into Orbit

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Indigenous Resistance Lands In New Haven

 

Read More

Blog Feature

¡Fiesta Latina! Dances Into Its 17th Year

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Molly Gambardella Blooms Into Fall

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Queer History Takes Center Stage At Long Wharf

 

Read More

Blog Feature

The Future is Fully Human, Not Fully Realized

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Pride Center, Life In My Days Go "Beyond Suicidality"

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Kompozure Heads To The Apollo

 

Read More

Blog Feature

A Writing Incubator Turns 10

 

Read More

Blog Feature

"Peterloo" Misses Its Mark At YCBA

 

Read More

Blog Feature

At CAW, Artists Rally For Sanctuary

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Tsering Dorje Brings A Revolution To New Haven

 

Read More

Blog Feature

The "Little Red Hen" Sprints Into Fall

 

Read More

Blog Feature

City-Wide Commissions Come Into Being

 

Read More

Blog Feature

“Songs and Stories” Traces A Pathway To The Heart

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Hamden Artists Mix Away The Monday Blues

 

Read More

Blog Feature

New Haven Shuts Up & Writes

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Nearly 2,000 Walk To End Alzheimer's

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Alasdair Neale Takes The Podium

 

Read More

Blog Feature

The Diva Is In

 

Read More

Blog Feature

New Haven Artists, Orgs Score State Grants

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Sparrows Take Flight On Division Street

 

Read More

Blog Feature

New Haven Starts In On A Dance

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Arien Wilkerson Sets The Stage For “Lovepiece”

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Here, Queer, And Everywhere

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Next Door's Chefs Swing Into Year Two

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Noé Jimenez' Living, Breathing Art

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Sarah Golley And The Moxie Of “As We Crawl”

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Beyond Banal: The Still-Life Paintings of William Bailey

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Tones And Textures Meet At Kehler Liddell

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Hair Healed, From The Inside Out

 

Read More

Blog Feature

PRIDE Flies High In New Haven

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Storytellers Raise The Roof For Refugees

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Artists, Activists Bring The Climate Crisis Into Focus

 

Read More

Blog Feature

The Creative Economy Lands At The Library

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Ives Gallery Wants Your Art!

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Vox Populi: What Brought Them To The Polls

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Jazz Where? Pops Up In New Haven

 

Read More