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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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NMS Charts A Course To Middle School

 

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“In The Heights” Turns From New York To New Haven

Steffon Sampson as Usnavi in Arts In CT's production of In The Heights . The show runs this Friday and Saturday at Wilbur Cross High School. 

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Audubon Arts Heads “Into The Woods”

Audubon Arts Photo.

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Arts Make It Onto The Campaign Trail

More public concerts on city greens. New arts funding in urban school districts. A cut to state line item funding to benefit smaller museums that really need the money. 

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Summer Apprentices Pay Homage

Amie Mulungula. His hero, Jay Kemp, is pictured behind him. Karen Marks Photo. 

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At IRIS, Summer Language Learning Looks To Art

Lucy Gellman Photos. 

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Azir Breathes Easy Into Summer

“It’s an open conversation between us and the kids,” said Easy Breezy Director Alex Fargeorge. “We still do all the activities other camps do...it’s tailored to their needs.” Karen Marks Photos.

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Dwight/Edgewood Project Takes Flight

Moses Ingram as Ellei the Butterfly, a character in Allison Miranda's Lost Siblings . Lucy Gellman Photo. 

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Worthington Hooker Explores ”Neighborhoods of New Haven”

Maybe the first thing that catches you is the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, standing tall on East Rock in the light of a white crescent moon. Or the guitarist beneath its base, her brown hair cascading past her shoulders as she strums, and a flurry of notes fly from the instrument.

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Fair Haveners Chart A New Course

“You couldn’t get more Fair Haven if you paid for it,” Cruz said to a few chuckles from staff. “Which we did." Lucy Gellman Photo. 

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