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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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Witness Stones Unearth New Haven's History Of Enslavement

Cold Spring School sixth grader Kymani Chapman. Lucy Gellman Photos.

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Tai Chi Rings In The Year Of The Ox

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Love Letters Write Their Way To New Haven

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CT Humanities Gives Three City Arts Orgs A Boost

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New Haven Museum Grows Its Pandemic Purpose

 

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Happy Birthday, New Haven

 

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Black Women’s Firsts: Who They Are And How They Got There

 

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Jazz Where? Heats Up The New Haven Museum

 

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Year Of The Dog Gets A Local Throwback

On July 11, 1799 the 350-ton merchantman Neptune pulled into Long Wharf with a cargo of Chinese teas, silks, lacquerware, and export porcelain valued at over $280,000. No other sailing vessel of the period would make as much money on a single trip as did this one, constructed at the old Olive Street shipyards and captained by Water Street resident Daniel Greene. 

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Captive Audience

Joy Donaldson: “What were my people given? A form of Christianity—not true Christianity as we know it today." New Haven Museum Photo. 

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