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Daily Nutmeg 12/3/2020 Czepiel, Kathy Leonard. Government Agency.
Yale Daily News 11/20/20 Carty, Marisol. Artspace awarded ‘2020 VIA | Wagner Incubator Grant Fund’
New Haven Independent 11/20/20 Slattery, Brian. Artspace Delivers A Civics Lesson
Arts Paper 11/17/2020 Gellman, Lucy. Artspace Asks: “Who Governs?”
Emily Larned is a socially engaged art publicist, co-founder of Impractical Labor in Service of the Speculative Arts, self-publisher of Alder & Frankia and is one of the featured artists of the Who Governs? exhibit. The following is the transcript of an interview conducted by Annissa Carter as a part of our Artists of New […]
Yale Daily News 11/11/20 Radillo, Annie. New Artspace installation shows ‘Who Governs?’
Lee Massaro is a City-Wide Open Studios artist whose primary medium is oil paint. They like to paint portraits and put a lot of focus on color. You can find their website on https://amassaroexists.wixsite.com/loud. The following interview was conducted by Annissa Carter of ArtSpace as a part of our Artist of New Haven program. Tell […]
Eric March is a City-Wide Open Studios artist whose work and studio is in New Haven. He’s an oil painter with a lot of experience in other mediums such as watercolor and making sculptures. You can find his website at http://ericmarch.com. The following is an interview conducted by Annissa Carter of Artspace New Haven as […]
Arts Paper 10/13/20 Gellman, Lucy. Artists, Activists Keep Panther Spirit Alive
New Haven Independent 10/12/20 Slattery, Brian. Artspace Takes A Portrait Of Justice
Culture Type 9/29/20 Valentine, Victoria L. Revolution on Trial: Exploring the Black Panther Party’s Legacy in New Haven, Conn.
Arts Paper 9/11/20 Pineda, Arturo. Former Panthers Chart The Course To Revolutionary Education