OPEN SOURCE: How to Have a Studio Visit with nico wheadon, PART 1

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Join Artspace New Haven in its Open Source 2022 Art Festival: In Common Spaces for a program in its lead-up series to the festival with nico wheadon. Departing from the question, "What are curators and collectors looking for when they drop by the studio to see your work?" curator and entrepreneur nico wheadon will discuss

OPEN SOURCE: Music Haven x Artspace Performance

Artspace 50 Orange Street, New Haven, CT

Join Artspace New Haven in its Open Source 2022 Art Festival: In Common Spaces for a program in its week-long series with music by Music Haven. The gallery will be open for visitors. Enjoy 9th Square with a glorious musical accompaniment! Free and open to the public. Music Haven is a music program that addresses

OPEN SOURCE: The Short Shift Residency and Flatfile Relaunch Recipient Announcement and Reception

Artspace 50 Orange Street, New Haven, CT

Join Artspace New Haven in its Open Source 2022 Art Festival: In Common Spaces for a program in its week-long series that will provide the announcement of our recent open call recipients. The recipients of The Short Shift Residency and selected artists for Flatfile 2022 will convene in for a reception celebrating their work.

OPEN SOURCE: Poetyc Portions : A Night of Poetry Readings and An Open Mic

Artspace 50 Orange Street, New Haven, CT

Join Artspace New Haven in its Open Source 2022 Art Festival: In Common Spaces for a program in its week-long series with organizers and writers Anne:Gogh and Sun Queen for a night of poetry readings and an open mic.   Like lovingly scooped piles on a plate, Poetyc Portions serves as an invitation to partake

OPEN SOURCE: Undue Burden: Privacy, Protection and Politics Reception and Artist Meet

DaSilva Gallery 899 Whalley Ave, New Haven, CT

Join us in celebrating DaSilva Gallery's current exhibition, Undue Burden: Privacy, Protection and Politics. Meet the artists behind the posters on sale!   Exhibition is on view Oct 2-30, 2022 Open Tuesday - Saturday 10am-5pm Sundays 11am-3pm Curated by Linda Lindroth and Sally Hill Posters have played a role in America’s political landscape since 1824 when John Quincy Adams