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Maker Space

The artist-teachers at Creative Arts Workshop make what they do look easy. Their students know it’s not. …

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Out of Time

Black and white photographs of a divided Berlin keep company with colonies of oversized sea creatures carved from stone at Kehler Liddell Gallery’s newest joint exhibition…

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One Night Only

Escapade: An Unusual Experience, a dancing, singing (or at least lip syncing) drag show that …

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Photographic Memory

Ela Theresa Talbot was one of the first children ever to be photographed. …

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Screenings Call

There’s an old-timey, drive-in feel to the announcement about “the terrific taste of an ice-cold Pepsi” before a movie at the Criterion. …

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Drawing Attention

Sol LeWitt's Wall Drawing #610 at Yale University Art Gallery

It’s geometry class all over again…

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Writing Home

Donald Hall plaque at Spring Glen Elementary School

Donald Hall’s childhood home stands at the corner of Ardmore and Greenway Streets in Hamden’s Spring Glen neighborhood—as he described it, “a small, dark, well-constructed, mock-Tudor house.” …

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Swinging for the Fences

When Neighborhood Music School’s Premier Jazz Ensemble opened for up-and-coming jazz pianist Christian Sands at the 2016 New Haven Jazz Festival, the group’s tenor saxophonist, Ryan Griffiths, was starstruck. …

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Pretty Pleas

Kehler Liddell Gallery

I sit in front of Hong Hong’s 8×12-foot work on paper with Shakespeare on my mind. …

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Open to Interpretation

The cast of KISS by Guillermo Calderón, directed by Evan Yionoulis. Photo by Joan Marcus, 2018.

From the first moments of Yale Repertory Theatre’s production of Kiss, there are clues that boundaries will be broken. …

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