On Friday, February 16, Jason Watts of the Urban Professional Network held a private screening of Black Panther and then an after party at Brother Jimmy’s in New Haven. Black Panther, the first Marvel superhero movie with a primarily black cast, has evoked a massive cultural movement across the world. This movement was apparent in […]
Archives for February 2018
Hi there, New Haveners. In the face of an emotionally exhausting two weeks (or two years, for that matter), this city is mounting some pretty amazing art that doubles as an act of resistance. At Kehler Liddell Gallery on Whalley Avenue, there is a new exhibition called The Rise and Fail of the N-Word, featuring […]
Here’s a collection of some photos taken in or just after inclement weather around town. Some of these photos will be on display at an upcoming exhibit at the New Haven Lawn Club, which runs from April 30 – June 24. There will be an opening reception on May 8th.
Is it already that time again? Tuesday night, over 200 gathered at Westville’s Mitchell Library for Mardi Gras 2018, the library’s annual fundraiser and Fat Tuesday party. If you missed this morning’s article about it in The Arts Paper—or maybe it left you wanting more—catch some more photos here!
New Haven painter, Katro Storm is working at the Ely Center to create 21 large paintings in 21 days. Here are some photo of him at work. Also be sure to check out David Sepulveda’s article in the New Haven Independent: Ely Center Taken By Storm
Hey there, New Haveners! Last weekend, I was lucky enough to attend Connecticut’s second-ever (!) AcoustiQ, a venue specifically for LGBTQIA artists to perform. Held at the cozy Westville home of musician Olive Alice, it banished the bone-chillingly cold weather for some amazing melodies from musicians Virginia Semeghini with Jessica Iris and finger-picker Dana Merritt. If you didn’t catch […]
Dr. Cornel West was at Battell Chapel yesterday to kick off Black History Month. The event was hosted by the African American Cultural Center at Yale and the Center for the Study of Race, Identity, and Transnational Migration.