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Arts Paper 4/13/20 Gellman, Lucy. Artists Zoom In To Break Through COVID-19 Chaos
The View from Here: Tom Reilly from Artspace New Haven on Vimeo. Artspace curator Sarah Fritchey interviews artist Tom Reilly about the artist’s work in the current Artspace exhibition, “The View from Here.” “The View from Here” is an exhibition taking place in Spring 2020 in the Artspace windows and on our website as the […]
Daily Nutmeg 4/3/2020 Czepiel, Kathy Leonard. Works from Home
Yale Daily News 4/2/20 Radillo, Annie. Artspace exhibition molds to socially-distanced present
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! POSTPONED: We are […]
Dear Friends, If you are reading this, you are someone who cares about Artspace and our free and welcoming exhibitions and community programs. This crisis is going to be extremely difficult for small organizations like ours. Every year, we depend on an annual art auction benefit to keep the lights on, and we’ve had to […]
Learn more about our March 2020 Summer Apprenticeship Program Alumni of the Month, Tyler Reid.
Arts Paper 3/5/20 Gellman, Lucy. Artspace Names Lisa Dent As Next Executive Director
The Board of Directors of Artspace is pleased to announce the appointment of Lisa Dent as its next Executive Director. She will replace Helen Kauder, who announced her intention to pass the baton to new leadership in 2020. Dent will begin her role at Artspace on May 1.
Connecticut Art Review 2/20/20 Daniels, Kelly. Review | Strange Loops
New Haven Independent 2/18/20. Artspace Set In Place For The Roaring ‘20s
Beacon Communities LLC and Artspace, New Haven’s leading alternative space for contemporary art, have signed a ten-year lease for the 5,000 square foot space in the flagship corner of Ninth Square, steps from the New Haven Green and Union Station.