In light of public health recommendations from the CDC and our own efforts to reduce the possible spread of COVID-19, Artspace is making changes to our schedule. We will be closed through July 24, but we’re moving our exhibitions and programs online. That’s right, this spring we’ll be virtually closer than ever!
Artspace invites listeners to learn about the history and legacies of New Haven’s Black Panthers. Featuring firsthand accounts by Panthers, their lawyers and descendants, this 8-part series reflects on what the government was really after—an end to their Revolution. Listen now.
Submission deadline EXTENDED: Monday, June 15, 2020 at 11:59 PM
Artspace invites Connecticut-based artists, designers and thinkers to submit proposals for projects that advance public awareness of how our city is run and what governance looks like by moving their practices out of the studio and into the public sphere.
This group exhibition recognizes the 50th anniversary, local histories and lasting legacies of the trial of Black Panther Party chairman, Bobby Seale, New Haven chapter founder, Ericka Huggins, and seven other party members.