Changes to Public Events Due to COVID-19
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!
We are moving our Do the Hustle Benefit Gala and Art Auction, originally slated to take place on April 25, to Saturday, September 26. Please save the date! Lend your support by reserving a ticket, or becoming a Sponsor.
If you live in the neighborhood, stroll by our gallery windows to check out the group show, The View from Here, but expect to mind your #6feet, the figurative works are only viewable from the street. Tune into our weekly Interview Series to sip coffee with artists, as they tell us about their work from the comfort of their homes.
Feeling anxious? Or desperate to get involved? Distract yourself in the creative act of caring! Join the growing team of artists making custom Virtual Backgrounds for the Zoom accounts of healthcare workers battling on the frontlines. Learn more about Project Zoomie.
Our Who Governs? Information Session, which was slated to take place March 18 has been postponed. A new date for a digital information session is TBD.
The exhibition REVOLUTION ON TRIAL: May Day and The People’s Art, New Haven’s Black Panthers @ 50, which was slated to open to the public on Saturday, May 9, will open on Friday, July 24. We are working to move the public programs planned for May back to September 19 and 20.
To honor the 50th Anniversary of the May Day protest of the Black Panther Trials on the New Haven Green, we will release an 8-part Podcast Series, featuring never before heard interviews with living Black Panthers, their descendants and the local community-leaders who carry on their legacies today.