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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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New Haven Links Ring In Half A Century

Stilts performer Melissa Craig creating a grand display of beauty during the cocktail hour. Danielle Campbell Photos. 

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Co-Op Dancers Take A Page From Ailey II

Ailey II dancer Maya Finman-Palmer, who is originally from Madison, Wisc. “When you guys dance, I want you to feel something," she said. Lucy Gellman Photos. 

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Tinaliah Designs Creates A World On Chapel Street

“I created a world that belongs to me and then I invited people in,” said Cazes-Wiley. Olivia Charis Photos. 

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Día de Muertos Comes To The Green

Lucy Gellman Photos.

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“Our Doors Will Remain Open:" Pride Center Grapples With Loss Of Nonprofit Status

Emcees Sparkle Diamond and Dolores Dégagé Hopkins at a 25th anniversary celebration for the New Haven Pride Center in November 2021. Tuesday, Hopkins said that board member Kishorn Henry-Walker, Diamond's alter ego, has been incredibly supportive. Lucy Gellman File Photo.

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With Bonding Funds Secured, Institute Library Looks Ahead

IL Executive Director Jan Swiatek and architect Joe Banks, who has long supported the IL and is also a former board member at the New Haven Preservation Trust. Lucy Gellman Photo.

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Trailblazer Gala Fêtes The Breadth Of A Diaspora

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A "Climate Revolution" Rocks New Haven

Strike participants marching. Abiba Biao Photos.

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New "Marsh" Mural Brightens Ninth Square

The artist in the Ninth Square on a recent Wednesday. Lucy Gellman Photos. 

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Second Floor Hardware School Transforms Havenly Into An Art Sanctuary

Lucy Gellman Photos; all artwork by Jisu Sheen, Kulimushi Barongozi, and Sita Sunil. 

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