Tag Archives: Artspace

Rewriting History

In its newest exhibition, Artspace expands the definition of creativity to include activists and the way in which they, like artists, reimagine the world. …

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Filled Glass

Maria Morabito’s Plurality of Voices reads like a line of music. …

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Works from Home

When galleries and museums are closed, the internet remains open…

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Prank Recalling

Prepare yourself for today’s tricks, jokes and hoaxes by learning about yesterday’s.

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This Week in New Haven (February 24 – March 1)

Bryant Terry photographed by Margo Moritz

Savor Fat Tuesday and Chewing the Fat. Then make the most out of a month that’s got a little extra breadth. …

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In the Loop

There’s no question we now live in a digital age. But how is it changing us, and to what extent can we control those changes? “Without being fully aware of it, we may even be slowly evolving into a different …

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A Fine Pairing

For Joan Fitzsimmons, it began with a shirt box—the shallow, rectangular kind you might get from a department store. Only this one was full of food. …

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22 Years Young

When Artspace first launched City-Wide Open Studios 22 years ago, organizers had no idea whether it would stick, executive director Helen Kauder says. …

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Photo Credit

Whose photo is it, anyway?

That’s the central question asked by Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography

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Real to Reel

The 16-millimeter movie cameras are tricky to use. …

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