JOIN
DONATE

Arts Council of Greater New Haven Blog

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

SWANA Keeps the Flame Burning for Black History

Read More

Blog Feature

‘Science Evangelist’ Brings The Good News of Black Inventors

Kids at the “Black Inventors Who Made the Stuff Around Us” workshop at the Ives Main Library on Saturday. Photos Kapp Singer.

Read More

Blog Feature

Stetson Readies for MLK Keynote

Read More

Blog Feature

Three Kings Deliver for Zulay

Zulay Rodriguez at the Wilson Branch Library. Photos Lisa Reisman.

Read More

Blog Feature

Stetson, Q House Transform Into A Winter Wonderland

Read More

Blog Feature

In Fair Haven, Delight & Connection At Bilingual Story Hour

Nohra Bernal, a children's author, reads from "Que Viene El Lobo.” Elena Unger Photos.

Read More

Blog Feature

At NHDocs, An Old Video Store Becomes A Mafia-Entangled Mystery

Graphics and animation by Carla Costanza.

Read More

Blog Feature

Bibliophiles Boost Banned Books Week

State Rep. Dominique Johnson. Maia Kobabe's Gender Queer: A Memoir, which is next to her, is the most banned and challenged book of 2022. Lucy Gellman Photos.

Read More

Blog Feature

Drag Artist Story Hour Springs To Life At Mitchell Library

Read More

Blog Feature

New Haven PRIDE Returns, Marking New Beginnings

Alyssa Marie Cajigas Rivera Ortiz, development coordinator at the Center and Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director of the Children of Marsha P. Johnson. Musician, organizer and fellow CMPJ Co-Director Erycka Ortiz is to her right. Lucy Gellman Photos.

Read More