And the winner is… Joy Wulke

Image by Harold Shapiro

Image by Harold Shapiro

Dedicated to creativity and collaboration, Joy Wulke’s sculpture and steadfast advocacy of public art has fostered over three decades of inspiration. Her vision, as manifest in Projects for a New Millennium, has encouraged us to think more broadly about the natural environment and our place therein.

Join the Arts Council and the Greater New Haven community in celebrating Elizabeth Fisher at our annual Arts Awards Luncheon on Friday, December 6, 2013, at the New Haven Lawn Club.

For tickets and more information about the 2013 Arts Awards visit the Arts Council of Greater New Haven online.

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