Category Art News

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Did you know we have a new blog site? Follow our new blog at ArtNHV.com or read The Arts Paper online via Issuu

2014 Greater New Haven Gallery Preview

Can you believe it? 2013 is almost over! Start marking your calendars for early 2014 exhibits at your favorite Greater New Haven galleries.  Visions and Drawings by Tom Edwards at the Kehler Liddell Gallery will illustrate our world in a new perspective. On view will also be Recent Extended Work, by photographer Keith Johnson. Opening: January 12, 2014, […]

Through the Trees Installation at The Lot

With help from the Arts Council of Greater New Haven’s community engagement funding, a successful Kickstarter campaign and with support from Artspace, Nick Pfaff and Hannah Plotke present Through the Trees, an interactive memorial to the victims of gun violence. This project is an affirmation of life, the healing power of art and an unconventional memorial for those […]

Open Arts Day in Guilford

Guilford Art Center is pleased to announce its second annual FREE Open Arts Day on Sunday, January 5, 1-3pm. All community members are invited to attend.   For Open Arts Day, the Art Center’s studios and classrooms will be open with instructor artists demonstrating their crafts and offering hands-on art projects.  Visitors are invited to try out an art form (or two! or three!) they want to learn more about, including, Pottery, Blacksmithing, Sewing, Drawing, […]

And The Winner Is… Dwight Pedersen

Dwight Pedersen has a degree in art education from Southern CT State University. He received his formal and practical training at the Cooperstown Conservation Laboratory in Copperstown, N.Y. and at the Munson Gallery in New Haven. He opened Pedersen Frames in Hamden, CT. in 1975 and his current practice at Erector Square in New Haven in […]

What Would You Like with Your Membership?

In an effort to better understand what kinds of benefits current and prospective Arts Council members are looking for, the organization would like to hear from local artists — particularly writers and musicians. Perhaps the Arts Council can assist writers in their search for literary agents and book publishers. And maybe there are ways in […]