Tag Archives: Project Storefronts

This Week in New Haven (February 10 – 16)

XOXO Cards at Creative Arts Workshop

Valentine’s Day is Friday, and this week’s events make it extremely easy to remember the occasion. The steady thump-thump includes two limited-time shopping setups, a pair of…

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This Week in New Haven (November 11 – 17)

by Petra Szilagyi

Whether local or visiting, or rising or risen, New Haven embraces artists. This week, poets get fair hearings while visual artists inspire chit-chat…

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West to East

A walk down Chapel Street, from downtown to Fair Haven, transports you on a grand, centuries-spanning odyssey from commerce to industry to nature. It involves newness and decay, giant buildings and holes in the ground, major cross streets, tracks and …

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This Week in New Haven (December 3 – 9)

Holiday mART at Project Storefronts

The holiday spirit is in the air, as shown by the many, many, seasonal events which dot the New Haven calendar like snowflakes this week. Museums hold lectures, theaters stage world premieres, trumpeters blow classical and jazz riffs, arts groups …

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Business As Unusual

Business As Unusual | a profile of Plural Work/Shop by Christopher Arnott

Patrick Turiello and Leah Fabish have named their business entities well. LAYERXLAYER is the design company the pair started fresh out of college, while their new workspace and boutique on Chapel Street (near State) is called Plural Work/Shop.…

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Co-Working Through It

Ken Janke and Slate Ballard | The Grove

When Project Storefronts began two years ago as a support network and stimulus program for creative small businesses that would have trouble starting up through more conventional channels, the first application the program received was from The Grove. It was …

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This Week in New Haven (March 12-18)

Bell, Book, and Candle at the Long Wharf Theatre

This week, New Haven offers a fantastic mix of old and new. Revisit a classic with Bell, Book and Candle at the Long Wharf Theatre (pictured above) or catch the debut run of Brothers Grimm and the Showgirl at the …

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New Stores From Closed Doors

Project Storefronts

When Project Storefronts began a couple of years ago, it was as a comment on the economy. The first phase of the project—which lets local artists reconceive desolate downtown storefronts for their own quasi-commercial creative needs—was a slew of art-enhanced …

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