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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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Artists Work To Get Out The VOTE

 

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Lawyers To ICE: Free Nelson. Now.

 

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Lamont To Nonprofits: I’m Your Guy

 

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Out On The Big Screen

“I always consider the establishment of the Connecticut LGBT Film Festival at Cinestudio to be one of the most important moments in the long history of the theater,” said studio founder James Hanley. All Photos Courtesy of the 31st annual LGBT Film Festival. 

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State Preservationists Get A Peek At “NXTHVN”

"Why is it that I have to justify the need for the folks in my community to have a space that's comfortable for them? To have a space where they can be creative?" New Haven artist Titus Kaphar asked aloud at Wednesday's State Historic Preservation conference. Deborah Berke Rendering. 

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Humanities Flex A Legislative Muscle

Clockwise, from top: Connecticut State Librarian Kendall F. Wiggin, David Green of the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County, NEMA Director of Engagement Meg Winikates, and Connecticut League of History Organizations Executive Director Laurie P Lamarre. Lucy Gellman Photos. 

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Voices From The March For Our Lives

Saturday, 10,000 marchers gathered at the Connecticut State Capitol for the Connecticut chapter of March For Our Lives, a national rally and demonstration against gun violence in the U.S. One of those marchers was New Haven artist Julie Frankel. Lucy Gellman Photos. 

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“Enough Is Enough!” Comes To The Capitol

Students came out from all corners of the state for the march. Lucy Gellman Photos. 

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Stories From The March

Tracy Carter: “I’m here because women rock, I’m here for women’s rights.” Lucy Gellman Photos. 

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Resistance Choir Can’t Keep “Quiet”

Artist Ana Henriques, with members Shirley Louise-May, Catherine Bailey, and Ann Wiley in the background. Lucy Gellman Photo. 

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