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

Long Wharf Unveils A New Model For Pandemic-Era Theater

 

Read More

Blog Feature

PRIDE Week Serves Up Storytelling In The Kitchen

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Stetson Zooms In On New Haven's Black History

 

Read More

Blog Feature

New Mural Brings A Piece Of Ethiopia To Newhallville

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Artists On The Census: Kica Matos

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Theaters Send Out An SOS To The Feds

 

Read More

Blog Feature

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

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Co-Op Grad Starts Yale In Quarantine

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Former Panthers Chart The Course To Revolutionary Education

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Monument Committee Prepares For A Columbus-Free Wooster Square

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Two Nail Salons Plot Their Pandemic Painting Plans

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Artists On The Census: Hope Chávez

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Hamden Launches Its First Black Film Festival

 

Read More

Blog Feature

East Rock Park Gets A Trombone Serenade

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Public Art Shines Brightly In Orange Street Reconnection Plan

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Murals Breathe Life Into Changing Ninth Square

 

Read More

Blog Feature

High Schoolers Navigate The Remote Pivot

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Paul Bryant Hudson Sings Past Into Present

 

Read More

Blog Feature

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

 

Read More

Blog Feature

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

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Connecticut Teachers Push Back Against Reopening

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Pride Center Works To Keep The Community Fed

 

Read More

Blog Feature

ULA Presents The Story of Lost Children

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Cafe Nine Plans Its Return To Live Music

 

Read More

Blog Feature

On Orange Street, Black Art Becomes Resistance

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Sweet And Savory Black-Owned Business Duo Redefines Court Street

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Ramen Restaurant Pushes Through The Pandemic

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Artists On The Census: Daniel Pizarro

 

Read More

Blog Feature

At Elm City LIT Fest, Black Book Clubs Build Community

 

Read More

Blog Feature

NXTHVN Apprentices Make It Through Quarantine

 

Read More

Blog Feature

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

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Artists Visualize A Better Future

 

Read More

Blog Feature

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

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Pistachio Prepares A Sweet Opening In Westville

 

Read More

Blog Feature

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

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Artists On The Census: Martha Willette Lewis

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Pride Center Pushes Writers Toward Their Truths

 

Read More

Blog Feature

"I'm Not Going Anywhere"

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Artists Pay Homage To Johnny Cash Onscreen

 

Read More

Blog Feature

"Black Kid Joy" Appears At City Hall

Read More

Blog Feature

Summer Cab Liberates Theater On Zoom

Image from the Yale Summer Cabaret.

Read More

Blog Feature

Amira Brown Makes Herself KNOWN

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Caravan Calls For "Justice For Lizzbeth"

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Two New Havens Converge On Mayor's Lawn

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Artists On The Census: Sun Queen

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Community Gardens Become A Lifeline

 

Read More

Blog Feature

NHdocs Gets Ready To Roll

 

Read More

Blog Feature

At Kehler Liddell, Artists Take A Look At Themselves

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Pride Center Asks: ¡Queer y Que!

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Free As Birds Tracks A Revolution

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Relief Fund Expands To The Region

Rohn Lawrence plays Toad's Place in 2015. New Haven Independent File Photo.

Read More

Blog Feature

Finn Wiggins-Henry Sings Through Self-Discovery

 

Read More

Blog Feature

City Hall Rolls Out Arts For Anti-Racism Toolkit

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Three Theaters Help Students THRIVE In Quarantine

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Symphony Moves Into The Key Of Food Justice

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Black Trans Women Take Center Stage, Online

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Tap And Jazz Find Their Footing Together

 

Read More

Blog Feature

An Emerging Coalition Pushes Back On Schools Reopening

 

Read More

Blog Feature

East Rock Park After The Storm

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Metro Students Map A Peoples' History Of The City

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Towards A Theater Of Liberation

 

Read More

Blog Feature

1918 Or 2020? CHS Highlights Pandemic Parallels

 

Read More

Blog Feature

CityWide Youth "Take It To The Streets"

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Jasmine Thai Cart Rolls Back Into Business

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Juno Hawke Gets Glitchy

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Elm City Lit Fest Channels Spirituality & Resilience

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Fashionista Bids Goodbye To Whitney Avenue

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Socially Distanced Storytelling Dances Into Summer

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Artspace (Re)Presents 50 Years Of Black Liberation

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Cultured AF Leans Into The Virtual Pivot

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Newhallville Shows Up United For Black Lives

 

Read More

Blog Feature

“Arts And Politics Are Adjacent”

 

Read More

Blog Feature

New Haven Climate Movement Joins The TikTok Revolution

Read More

Blog Feature

Next Door Claimed As COVID-19 Casualty

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Ubuntu Lives Up To Its Name

 

Read More

Blog Feature

A Garden Grows On Hazel Street

 

Read More

Blog Feature

LEAPers Reimagine Dixwell Avenue

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Schools, Parents Shaky On Reopening

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Lots Of Fish Swims Into Newhallville

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Puma Simone Enters The Multiverse

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Fashionista Keeps Its Mask Game Strong

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Elm City Games Brings Game Night Home

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Kwadwo Adae Paints Protest through Portraiture

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Stetson Reopens For Curbside Pickup, Printing Help

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Anti-Violence Rally Preaches The Gospel Of Community

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Orice Jenkins Keeps The Spirit of Jazz Alive

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Shubert Swings Into Summer Camp, Online

 

Read More

Blog Feature

chad browne-springer Takes Listeners to the Lakeside

 

Read More

Blog Feature

They Sing Their Names

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Arts Academy Expanding On East Haven's Main Street

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Life in My Days Brings The Art Gallery Online

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Love Fed Cultivates A Movement

 

Read More

Blog Feature

11 Writers Mine The Moment

 

Read More

Blog Feature

William Lanson Statue Taps Into City's Black History

 

Read More

Blog Feature

4,000 Masks In, Marcey Lynn Jones Keeps Sewing

 

Read More

Blog Feature

For A Grassroots Politician, A Grassroots Arts Assist

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Ninth Square Caribbean Keeps Takeout Coming

 

Read More

Blog Feature

With "4 Freedom," Kolton Harris Calls For Liberation

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Library Rolls Out Curbside Pickup

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Frederick Douglass Is Still Speaking

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Chris "Big Dog" Davis Shifts His Focus

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Beaver Hills Neighbors Birth A Food Pantry

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Federal Dollars Flow To New Haven Arts Orgs

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Songs and Stories Finds Streaming Success

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Black Voices Take Center Stage

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Queer Prom Dances On, Virtually

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Philosophers Unmask A Moral Side Of COVID-19 Public Health Debate

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Pride Center Takes On The Queer-To-Prison Pipeline

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Music Haven Strings Together A COVID-19 Tribute

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Lineage Group Reclaims "William Lanson Park"

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Coronavirus Claims A Longtime Arts Hero

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Whose History Were We Celebrating?

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Elm Shakespeare, Common Ground Take A Prismatic View Of The Moment

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Holberton Reopens To A COVID-19 World

 

Read More

Blog Feature

A Call To History, And Its Soundtrack

 

Read More

Blog Feature

A Juneteenth Reminder: Protect Your Joy

 

Read More

Blog Feature

On Juneteenth, Black Womxn Call In The Ancestors

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Hundreds March To The Beat Of Liberation

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Co-Op Valedictorian: "Believe In You"

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Don’t Lose The Dance

A Modem Love set at Partners earlier this year, before COVID-19 closures swept the city.

Read More

Blog Feature

“Zoomy Zoomy Kill Kill” Slays On The Virtual Stage

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Public Art Out, People In As Downtown Changes NPIP Funding Course

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Let's Draw About Sex (During COVID-19), Baby

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Columbus Is Coming Down. Who Will Replace Him?

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Yale Rep, School Of Drama Pull 2020-2021 Season

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Film Stylo Turns The Lens On Intercultural Empathy

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Students Chalk It Out For Black Lives

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Musicians Take On The Moment

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Indigenous Theater Imagines Forward

 

Read More

Blog Feature

MakeHaven Sewists Bridge PPE Divide

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Otaru Reopens Its Doors

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Storytellers’ Season Finale Marks Healing And Truth

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Long Wharf, Doors Closed, Reimagines Its Season

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Co-Op's RENT Teaches Through Two Pandemics

 

Read More

Blog Feature

Adam Matlock Navigates by the Light of Your Star

 

Read More