A few months ago, The Arts Paper held its first (and possibly only?) bad cartoon contest. We got some great entries, including a winner that's now available in an April 2018 issue on newsstands and in cafes around New Haven. That image comes from Vyanah Bennett, a student in graphic design and photography at Gateway Community College.
Tammy Chapman never imagined that mixing potions in her kitchen would lead her out of the house, and down Audubon Street. Now, she is making the case for skincare products as handmade crafts for a second year in a row.
The following is a citizen contribution submitted by Esther Rose-Wilen, garden education coordinator at the New Haven Land Trust.
This is a good cartoon. We want your bad cartoons. Seriously. REINALDO GOEYENECHEA for LA VOZ HISPANA.
On Thursday night, Elm Shakespeare will open its signature summer show in Edgerton Park, bringing William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet to life for thousands of New Haveners.
Several folks have asked for a copy of the remarks Arts Council Executive Director Daniel Fitzmaurice gave at the AC's annual meeting on July 26. Here they are, in full.