Degrees Of Separation A Quirky Look At The Connectedness Of All Things Art Curated By Hayward Gatling – Photographed by Mike Franzman Showing Now through October 28 at the Sumner McKnight Crosby Jr. Gallery At the Arts Council Of Greater New Haven – 70 Audubon Street – 2nd Floor Lisa Camera (l) and Curator, Hayward […]
Silk Road Art Gallery features contemporary art by Chinese and local artists, including paintings, engravings, and sculptures. A demonstration of the traditional Chinese tea service is also offered. For more information, visit: http://silkroadartnewhaven.com The tray that is part of the traditional Chinese tea ceremony, engraved with ancient Chinese characters. Teapot and teacup set. Teapot and teacup […]
Vibrant prints and natural spaces with Jay
Rick. He’s a poet/musician. He posts his work all around the City in public places with the tagline: “According To: And By: Rick L. Best” Marjorie Shansky is a really good land use and real estate lawyer. She’s brilliant. Marjorie is also a gifted lecturer and trainer. A few years ago I was lucky enough […]
I walked around today and took some pictures of a lot of the really nice neon signs in New Haven. Enjoy!!
The students in ECA Visual Arts show off their work to mark the start of a new quarter and semester.
“How To Break” is a play about being ill and will make its New Haven debut at The Educational Center for the Arts on Audubon St. tonight. The recent headliner of the 2012 Hip-Hop Theatre Festival in NYC, this fast paced show sneaks into a hospital room with a fake ID, a potty mouth, and […]