Past Events

Thursday, June 26, 2014 - Brown Bag Lunch and Tour with Curator Jacob Rhodes
Monday, June 2, 2014 - SAP 2014
Saturday, April 26, 2014 - Artspace Gala 2014: Something Blue
Friday, March 7, 2014 - An Evening with VSC
Friday, March 7, 2014 - Arts On9
Tuesday, March 4, 2014 - Sharon Louden Book Event
Thursday, December 12, 2013 - Arts & Artisans: A Night for Change
Friday, October 11, 2013 - Curator-Led Studio Tours
Sunday, October 6, 2013 - Speed/Networking/Live! 2013
Saturday, June 29, 2013 - Film Screening: An Oversimplification of Her Beauty
Saturday, April 27, 2013 - Gala Benefit 2013, April 27th 5 - 8:30 pm
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 - Instructions Not Included Events
Thursday, October 25, 2012 - City-Wide Open Studios 2012 Closing Party for Artists
Thursday, October 11, 2012 - Erector Square Preview Tour
Friday, October 5, 2012 - The Crystal Ball
Sunday, September 30, 2012 - Speed/Networking/Live! 2012
Friday, August 3, 2012 - First Fridays On9: Raheem Nelson Book Sneak Peak
Wednesday, June 20, 2012 - Two Artist Workshops!
Friday, June 15, 2012 - Opening Reception for Flossing the Lot and Insite/Out
Saturday, April 28, 2012 - Gala Art Auction 2012
Wednesday, January 25, 2012 - FULL PLATE Dinners
Monday, November 14, 2011 - Publication Studio
Sunday, October 9, 2011 - Speed Networking 2011 (non-members)
Sunday, October 9, 2011 - Speed Networking 2011 ( CWOS Members)
Saturday, September 10, 2011 - Queen of the Sun
Saturday, April 30, 2011 - Gala Art Auction
Friday, March 25, 2011 - VIP Cocktail Hour
Friday, March 25, 2011 - SCRAWL: The BIG Reveal
Sunday, February 20, 2011 - This is Not a Portrait with James Esber
Saturday, February 19, 2011 - Stretching & SCRAWL-ing
Wednesday, February 9, 2011 - Sprint-to-SCRAWL
Thursday, January 20, 2011 - Dance in Dialogue
Saturday, November 13, 2010 - November Underground
Monday, November 1, 2010 - Novemberevite
Saturday, October 2, 2010 - Artspace Underground
Saturday, October 2, 2010 - Artspace Underground OCT 2010
Sunday, September 19, 2010 - Speed Networking (CWOS Members)
Saturday, April 17, 2010 - April 17th Underground
Saturday, April 17, 2010 - Grant Writing
Friday, March 12, 2010 - Joy Pepe & Nathan Lewis
Friday, March 12, 2010 - Cat Balco
Friday, March 12, 2010 - Jessica Stockholder & Patrick Chamberlain
Friday, March 12, 2010 - Cindy & David Leffell
Friday, March 12, 2010 - Scotia Ryer & Mike Huang
Friday, March 12, 2010 - Betsy Lerner & John Donatich
Thursday, December 3, 2009 - Refurbished Means

Thursday, June 26, 2014

 

June 26, Noon - 1PM

Curator Jacob Rhodes will lead a lunchtime discussion about Forced Collaboration 2 on June 26, from Noon-1. The exhibition pairs 12 artists with wildly different practices, selected by Rhodes to exchange a finished work and to re-create that work in any way they please. 

Featured artists include: Chris BorsDaniel Bozhkov, Ilana Harris-BabouKerry CoxOliver Herring, David HumphreyBridget MullenMariah RobertsonMandolyn Wilson RosenJen SchwartingMark Starling, J.R. Uretsky   

Lunch is brown bag. Beverages and dessert will be served. 

Monday, June 2, 2014

Click Here to download an application

Please mail to: 

Artspace SAP, 50 Orange St, New Haven, CT 06510

Deadline: June 6, 2014

Learn more about the Mobile Museum of American Artifacts:

VIP Table (10) - Saturday, April 26, 2014$1,500.00

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VIP Sponsor an Intern (1 ticket) - Saturday, April 26, 2014$1,000.00

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General Admission - Something Blue - Saturday, April 26, 2014$110.00

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Early Tickets - Friday, March 14, 2014$85.00

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Saturday, April 26, 2014

Artspace Benefit Gala 

Something Blue

Bid on blue chip artwork and unique experiences. Procedes will benefit and support Artspace's future exhibitions and programs. Featuring the work of Vito AcconciAnni Albers, Lee Boroson, Paul Cadmus, Sharon Core, Titus Kaphar, Jerry Meyer and many more. The evening will be presided over by veteran Artspace auctioneer Guy Bennett, coming in from London for our event. Guests will have the opportunity to have a portrait made at the Rainbow Machine , sample hors d’oeuvres and sweets from Roia and wine from Matua New Zealand and Francis Ford Coppola Wineries.

Art party and Silent Auction, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at Artspace, 5:00-6:45 PM

Seated live auction, begins promptly (next door) at 45 Church St, 7:00–8:00 PM

Desserts & art-wrap begin directly afterwards 8:00PM

Junior Committee After-Party begins at 8:15pm

Dress Code, Something Blue, of course.

Tickets:
Our regular and advanced tickets are sold out!

We still have VIP tickets available:
VIP Sponsor a 2014 Intern (ticket for 1) -  Patron $1000
Attend the After Party - tickets are $25 at the door
April 26th from 8:15 to ...
45 Church St, New Haven

 



Friday, March 7, 2014-Saturday, March 15, 2014

March 12, 4-6pm

Vermont Studio Center alumni and friends will gather to view Artspace's curent exhibition Smart Painting, which features several VSC Alumni. All artists are welcome to come learn about the VSC and meet its staff.

Friday, March 7, 2014-Saturday, March 8, 2014

March 7, 6-8pm

Join us for a First Friday Event in the 9th Square Neighborhood! 
We will have live music by The Minstrel Cycle featuring Petra and Kenny. To see all the events that are happening in conjunctions with Arts On9 Click here

Tuesday, March 4, 2014-Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Author & Artist Talk

March 4, 6-8pm

 

6pm - Doors Open

6-6:30pm - Copies of "Living and Sustaining a Creative Life" for sale

6:30-7:30pm - Author and Artists from Smart Painting talk:

Sharon Louden, artist and author of "Living and Sustaining a Creative Life" will discuss her recently published collection of artist essays.  The conversation will open with a discussion of the motivations behind the book, which looks at the question of "day/professional labor" and "artistic labor" as forces that are always in tension with one another.  Following, contributing writers and artists Sharon Butler and Jay Davis' will read short exerpts from their contributions to Louden's text.  

The conversation will open up to involve two of the artists featured in Smart Painting, the current exhibition at Artspace. Namely, Blake Shirley and Sharon Butler as well as the show's curator, John O'Donnell.  Rather than host a routine Artist Talk, this conversation will provide an entrance point to discuss how everyday labor and ritual influences an artist's practice by manifesting in the material relationships at play in the artwork itself or informing an artists' process, conceptual toilings, psychological longings and overall sense of time.

We have invited multi-media artist Larissa Hall to join conversation to reflect on the video project she presented at CWOS 2013 which described the working conditions of artists who were also full time graphic designers, stay at home moms and waitresses, among other professions.  

Sarah Fritchey will mediate the conversation, which will open to questions from the audience.

After the talk, audience members are welcome to stay and mingle with our panelists and purchase signed books by Sharon Louden. 

About the book: This collection of essays is intended to show the reality of how artists -- from emerging to mid-career to internationally recognized artists, juggle their creative lives with the everyday needs of making a living.  Each chapter is dedicated to one artists' point of voice and voice.  Here, they share with us how creativity necessarily has a place inside and out of the studio, on a day-to-day basis and over the long haul.  

About the author:  Sharon Louden is a practicing, professional artist living and working in Brooklyn. She has exhibited at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Birmingham Museum of Art, Neuberger Museum, and the Weisman Art Museum, among other venues, and it is held in the public collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Weatherspoon Art Museum, and National Gallery of Art. Learn More  www.sharonlouden.com.

Artist Talk Panelists include: Sharon Louden, Sharon Butler, Jay Davis, Larissa Hall, Debbie Hesse, John O’Donnell, Ben Piwowar, and Blake Shirley. Moderated by Sarah Fritchey.

About the exhibition Smart Painting: Smart Painting is an activity.  Through this activity, the ten artists in this show pose a range of questions.  At their most basic level these include: what does a painting look like? How was it painted? And what was it painted on? Featuring works by: The show features works by: Blake Shirley, Sharon Butler, Deborah Dancy, Zachary Keeting, Ben Piwowar, Jenn Dierdorf, Rob D. Campbell, Derek Leka, Clare Grill, and Tatiana Berg

About John O'Donnell: John O'Donnell lives and works in Connecticut.  He is a multidisciplinary artist and has created performance pieces for the Museum of New Art in Detroit, MI, Proof Gallery in Boston, MA, Flux Space in Philadelphia, PA and SOHO20 Gallery in New York, NY. O'Donnell is an adjunct professor of studio and digital arts at University of Connecticut, Gateway Community College and Eastern Connecticut State University. 

About Sharon Butler:  Artist and writer Sharon Butler publishes Two Coats of Paint, a painting blog which recently received a Creative Capital/Andy Warhol Foundation grant for arts writing. Known for her early interest in what she calls the casualist tendency (or, "New Casualism") in contemporary art, Butler is represented by Pocket Utopia (New York). Affiliated with Brown University, she divides her time between NYC and her hometown in southeastern Connecticut.

About Larissa HallLarissa Hall is a multimedia artist living in Woodbridge, Connecticut and graduate student in Interactive Media at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. Her current video series “Someone else’s job” examines the day-to-day lives of working people through community participation and guided imagery meditation (larissahall.com). In addition to her artistic and academic pursuits, she also works full-time as the Lab Manager for the Social Robotics Lab at Yale University (scazlab.yale.edu).


About Debbie Hesse: Debbie Hesse is an New Haven based installation artist; her work combines organic and artificial materials and forms with cast and painted shadows to create parallel, hybrid, ephemeral environments that explore ideas about growth, materiality and the ethereal.  Hesse holds a BA from Smith College, a Masters in Painting and Printmaking from University of New Mexico, where she also was a fellow at Tamarind Institute of Lithography. She is a recent recipient of a Rhode Island Visual Artist Sea Grant, Vermont Studio Residency Individual Grant and a Connecticut Visual Artist Sea Grant. She also collaborates with other artists as Curator, Director of Programs and Artistic Services at The Arts Council of Greater New Haven.

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Join Artspace & Tidewater Insitute on December 12th from 5:30 - 9pm. Fight climate change and protect our coasts with a festive evening of art, awareness and action. Featuring a Pop -Up Market, door prizes and music by Lara Herscovitch. Tickets $40, Click Here

Friday, October 11, 2013-Thursday, October 17, 2013

Artspace is pleased to announce that CWOS will offer curator-led studio tours to preview the Erector Square and Passport Weekends. Please join us for these intimate, thought-provoking evenings of art and conversation, led by a small group of invited curators.

On Friday October 11 at 7pm, guests are invited to attend a cocktail party hosted by Fred Giampietro's at his Erector Square gallery, then to join to one of four curatorial experts for studio visits to a hand-picked selection of Erector Square artists. Each group will visit three or four studios and hear from both the artist and their guide. The evening will end on a high note with a lively discussion of the studio visits over dessert and coffee at the Giampietro Gallery. Purchase your ticket today!

On Thursday October 17 at 6:30pm, cocktails and hors d'oeuvr will be served at Artspace. Guests will then join a curator on one of three separate tours to visit select studios in downtown, at Gilbert Street and West Cove, or in the Hamden and Westville areas. Dessert and coffee will be served at Artspace to close the evening. Reserve your spot today!

Click here to read more about our invited curators!

Sunday, October 6, 2013

 

Registration for this event is now full. Please email caleb@artspacenh.org if you would like to be put on the wait list.

Join Artspace for our fourth Speed/Networking/Live! This event, scheduled to run from 1:00–3:30 PM on October 6, 2013 at Artspace, adapts the concept of speed dating for an alternative, artistic setting. The gallery will be transformed into an experimental round-robin, with several curators and art professionals from across the region (and the country!) hearing five-minute pitches from an equal number of area artists. Following each artist's three-minute "elevator pitch" the curators will give two minutes of feedback and advice. This fantastic opportunity will bring together artists and art professionals for an energizing afternoon described by one of last year's participants as a "useful and exhilarating... exchange... with such an impressive group of mentors... [that] compelled me to think hard and fast about my work—to stop rambling and get to the point already! Perhaps even more importantly, the practical and positive feedback I got gives me both forward direction and momentum." 

Tickets for the event will be $30 for Artspace members and $45 for non-members. If you have an active artist profile, you are a current member. Preference will be given to those artists who did not participate in last year's event and to current CWOS participating artists. In an effort to make access to this unique experience available to more artists, we are not encouraging artists who have participated in Speed/Networking/Live! before to register this year. Spots fill up fast, so sign up now! If registration has filled up by the time you attempt to register, please send an email to caleb[at]artspacenh.org and you will be placed on the wait-list.


Register here via Wufoo.


Confirmed participants for this year's event, with more to follow, include:

Denise Bibro, Director, Bibro Fine Art, Chelsea

Jason Bischoff-Wurstle, Director of Photo Archives, New Haven Museum

Monica Burcyk, Director, Curator, Sculpture Space, Utica, NY

Judy Birke, arts writer, curator and art appraiser

Fred Giampietro, Director, Giampietro Gallery, New Haven

Rachel Gugelberger, Independent Curator (Ballroom Marfa)

Naima Keith, Assistant Curator, The Studio Museum in Harlem

Matt King, Assistant Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University

Viera Levitt, Director, Gallery at UMass Dartmouth

Martha Lewis, Education Curator, Artspace

Ihrie Means, Visual Arts Committee, Artspace

Lynn Palewicz, artist and faculty, Moore College of Art, Philadelphia

Risa Puno, artist and public arts organizer, NY and NJ

John Pyper, Independent Curator and Editor-in-Chief of Big Red & Shiny

Jessica Sack, Jan & Frederick Mayer Sr. Assoc. Curator of Public Education, Yale University Art Gallery

Robert Stack, Director, Yellow Peril Gallery, Providence, RI

Mary Tinti, Associate Curator, Fitchburg Art Museum

Judith Tolnick Champa, Editor, Art New England

Christina Vassallo, Director Flux Factory, Queens, NY and guest curator, Artspace

Andy Versoza, Owner and Director, Aucocisco Galleries, Portland, Maine


Register here via Wufoo.

Saturday, June 29, 2013

 

We'll be sending 'Toonskin off in style with a closing reception and an exclusive screening (the first in Connecticut!) of the acclaimed film An Oversimplification of Her Beauty on June 29th. Join us as we celebrate the art and artists in 'Toonskin and stay to watch a film—shown everywhere from Sundance to the Rotterdam International Film Festival—that the IndieWire calls "a bold work of art" and the New York Times hails as "happy American sexiness."

Tickets will cost $10, with a $5 rate for students/seniors; buy yours today.

 

For more information on the flm, please visit the film's website


Synopsis 


You’ve just arrived home after a bad day. You’re broke and lonely, even though you live in the biggest and busiest city in America. You do, however, have one cause for mild optimism: you seem to have captured the attention of an intriguing young lady. You’ve rushed home to clean your apartment before she comes over. In your haste, you see that you’ve missed a call. There’s a voice mail; she tells you that she won’t be seeing you tonight.

 

With arresting insight, vulnerability, and a delightful sense of humor, Terence Nance’s explosively creative debut feature, AN OVERSIMPLIFICATION OF HER BEAUTY, documents the relationship between Terence and a lovely young woman (Namik Minter) as it teeters on the divide between platonic and romantic. Utilizing a tapestry of live action and various styles of animation, Terence explores the fantasies, emotions, and memories that race through his mind during a singular moment in time.

Advance Gala Ticket Through - Tuesday, April 9, 2013$85.00

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Regular Gala Ticket Through - Saturday, April 27, 2013$100.00

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VIP Tables SOLD OUT! - Tuesday, April 16, 2013$850.00

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Artspace/CWOS Artist With Current Membership Through - Saturday, April 27, 2013$65.00

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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Artspace Gala Benefit 2013, April 27th 5 - 8:30 pm

Shake, Rattle and Roll—bid on amazing art and unique art experiences to benefit Artspace’s exhibitions and programs with special guest auctioneer George McNeely.

**All but $45 of each ticket is tax deductible.**

Wednesday, January 16, 2013-Saturday, January 26, 2013

The following events will be held in conjunction with the exhibition Instructions Not Included

3D Printing Demonstration with Ken Lovell (January 17)

Artspace Family Day (January 19)

Mold-Making Demonstration with Michael Galvin (January 24)

Closing Reception (January 26)

For more information and to sign up for these events, please visit the Instructions Not Included event site: http://www.ininewhaven.com/events/

Erector Square Preview Tour (Dinner, Tour, Dessert-begins at 6:00 PM) - Thursday, October 11, 2012$125.00

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Erector Square Preview Tour (Tour, Dessert-begins at 7:30 PM) - Thursday, October 11, 2012$45.00

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Thursday, October 11, 2012

 

Join us for an intimate, thought-provoking evening of art and conversation to celebrate the crystal anniversary of City-Wide Open Studios. Begin your night with a dinner hosted by Artspace Board Member Fred Giampietro at his gallery in Erector Square, where conversation will be accompanied by a convivial seated dinner with wine.

After dinner, join one of four art-world experts for studio visits of a hand-picked selection of Erector Square artists whose work has caught the curators' eyes. The evening will end on a high note with a lively discussion of the studio visits over dessert and coffee at the Giampietro Gallery.

The tour will take place Thursday, October 11:

6:00 - 7:15 PM Reception and dinner at Giampietro Gallery 315 Peck Street, New Haven

7:30 - 9:00 PM Curator-led tours of studios at Erector Square

9:15 - 10:00 PM Dessert and discussion at Giampietro Gallery

The ticket options are: $125 for the dinner, tour, and dessert begining at 6:00 PM or $45 for the tour and dessert begining at 7:30 PM ( for those selecting the tour and dessert option, Artspace will be in contact to provide instructions on where to meet)

After purchasing your ticket, please email sinclaire@artspacenh.org to select your first, second, and third choice tour by October 1, 2012. Increase the chance of participating in your first choice tour by responding promptly.

Participating Artists: 

Susan Cahan's Tour: Phyllis Crowley, Jilaine Jones, Cham Hendon

Cathleen Chaffee's Tour: Linda Lindroth, Cham Hendon, Chris Mir

Paul Ha's Tour: Chris Mir, Martha Lewis, Geomorphic Tank

Brooke Davis Anderson's Tour: Meg Bloom, Mary Lesser, Chris Joy

 

Friday, October 5, 2012

     

 

Add extra sparkle to the opening evening of City-Wide Open Studios 2012 with the Crystal Ball! After the CWOS Opening Reception at Artspace, explore the surrounding streets of the Ninth Square as they're illuminated by dazzling light installations as part of the second annual LAMP (Light Artists Making Places). Further embellish your evening with the Crystal Ball, a collaboration between Artspace, 9 Arts, and the Department of Arts, Culture, & Tourism that will celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of CWOS. The event, held in the Bank Building at 45 Church Street, will feature drumming and light installations by acclaimed artist Peter Yanowitz, as well as light refreshments and cocktails. Let the broad interpretations of crystal by CWOS artists inspire your look with a mix high/low couture for evening. Get a first taste of this year's crystal theme while mingling with area artists and more—clairvoyants, mystics, and seers welcome!

Speed Network Live (non-members) - Sunday, September 30, 2012$50.00

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Speed Networking Live (CWOS Artists) - Sunday, September 30, 2012$30.00

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Sunday, September 30, 2012

Join Artspace for our third Speed/Networking/Live! This event, scheduled to run from 1:00–3:00 PM on September 30, 2012 at Artspace, adapts the concept of speed dating for an alternative, artistic setting. The gallery will be transformed into an experimental round-robin, with several curators and art professionals from across the region (and the country!) hearing five-minute pitches from an equal number of area artists. Following each artist's three-minute "elevator pitch" the curators will give two minutes of feedback and advice. This fantastic opportunity will bring together artists and art professionals for an energizing afternoon described by one of last year's participants as a "useful and exhilarating... exchange... with such an impressive group of mentors... [that] compelled me to think hard and fast about my work—to stop rambling and get to the point already! Perhaps even more importantly, the practical and positive feedback I got gives me both forward direction and momentum." 

Tickets for the event will be $30 for Artspace members/CWOS 2012 participants. Preference will be given to those artists who did not participate in last year's event. In an effort to make access to this unique experience available to more artists, we are not encouraging artists who participated before to register this year. Spots fill up fast, so sign up now! If registration has filled up by the time you attempt to register, please send an email to jp[at]artspacenh.org and you will be placed on the wait-list. 

Confirmed participants for this year's event include: 


Kenise Barnes, Owner, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, LLC

Daniel Belasco, Freelance Curator, New York

Marriane Bernstein, Independent Curator, Philadelphia

Sharon Butler, Blogger/Critic, Two Coats of Paint

Elinor Buxton, Independent Curator

Elizabeth DeRose, Former Assistant Curator, Yale University Art Gallery and PhD Candidate at the Graduate Center CUNY

Pamela Franks, Deputy Director for Collections & Education, Yale University Art Gallery

Fred Giampietro, Owner, Giampietro Gallery, New Haven

Hope Ginsburg, Artist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Painting & Printmaking, Virginia Commonwealth University

Steve Holmes, Curator, Bass Museum, Miami and Cartin Collection, Hartford

Richard Klein, Curator, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Petrushka Bazin Larsen, Curator and Program Manager, The Laundromat Project, Brooklyn

Keyjo Lee, PhD Candidate, Art History/African American Studies, Yale University

Aaron Levy, Director, Slought Foundation

Omar Lopez-Chahoud, Independent Curator, New York

Sarah Murkett, Founder and Owner, Murk & Co., New York

John O'Donnell, Adjunct Professor, Southern Connecticut State University

Cynthia Reeves, Owner, Cynthia Reeves Gallery, New York

Anna Rogulina, Assistant Curator, New Britain Museum of American Art

Terri C. Smith, Director, Franklin Street Gallery

Lexi Lee Sullivan, Assistant Curator, DeCordova

Christina Vassalo, Executive Director, FluxFactory, New York

Liena Vayzman, Curator, Crystal Palace Film/Video Festival, New Haven

Friday, August 3, 2012

 

  

 

Experience First Fridays On9 with Artspace! For the third installment of this Ninth Square event, Artspace is excited to host iPad cartoonist and author Raheem Nelson. A native of New Haven, the artist commuted into Manhattan for four years while attending the School of the Visual Arts; his new book Through The Elm to The Big Apple celebrates the artist's vibrant, visual journey between these two cities through a series of illustrations, all produced on his iPad. Ninth Square landmarks, including Cafe Nine and the Grove, are celebrated alongside major New York monuments. Mr. Nelson will be on site to discuss his work, demonstrate his drawings, and to place orders for his book. Stop by the gallery between 6:00 and 8:00 PM to meet the artist and to take in Artspace's three new exhibitions, William DeLottie: "in three states of mind," Felandus Thames with Summer Apprentices: Occupy Main Street, and Interventions. You won't want to miss this first look at a work of art that truly encapsulates the Elm City!

 

All images courtesy of Raheem Nelson. 

Wednesday, June 20, 2012-Thursday, June 21, 2012

 

Navigating the art market can be tricky and Artspace is pleased to offer local artists two workshops that will help make the process less daunting. They're also a fantastic way to prepare for our upcoming City-Wide Open Studios!

 

On Wednesday, June 20, 2012, artist Miryam Welbourne will lead a workshop on "Artist Pricing for New to Market and Emerging Artists" from 6:00–7:30 PM. The workshop, which is free for Artspace members and $10 for non-members, will focus on understanding the differences between cost, price and value, while demonstrating some of the most cutting-edge strategies used in today's art market. Participants will learn how to price their own works with confidence and will receive worksheets, reference materials, resource materials, and one-on-one counseling at the event. This event is open to artists of all experience levels and educational backgrounds—whether you are looking to improve the accuracy of a previous pricing set or have your sights set on making your first sale at this year's City-Wide Open Studios! RSVP to miryam.welbourne@gmail.com by Tuesday, June 19th. 

 


 

On Thursday, June 21, 2012, from 6:00–7:30 PM, Brainard Carey, Whitney Biennial artist and author ofMaking It in the Art World: New Approaches to Galleries, Shows, and Raising Money, will present a talk and book signing. Carey's book, which has been called "a remarkably useful guidebook for artists trying to find their way" by former Director of the Whitney Museum of American Art David Ross, covers topics including building art world relationships, working with the press, generating income, and more. The talk will be free and open to the public! Attendees will learn techniques that Ross calls, "the equivalent of that elusive course in real-world preparedness that most art schools gloss over or simply ignore." RSVP by Tuesday, June 19th, to lizzy@artspacenh.org. 


Friday, June 15, 2012

Opening Reception for Flossing the Lot and Insite/Out

Friday, June 15, 5:00–8:00 PM

The Lot (812 Chapel Street) and Artspace

 

  


Celebrate the opening of Leeza Meksin's outdoor installation Flossing the Lot and the group show Insite/Out, organized by Ted Efremoff! Join us for an evening of art at both of Artspace's downtown spaces. At Artspace explore the relational artwork that has been created by the group of artists living in our galleries and at the Lot experience Leeza Meksin's site-specific work, while enjoying the music of Brooklyn-based band MiraStroika. 

Before April 1 ticket - Sunday, April 1, 2012$75.00

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VIP - Sunday, April 29, 2012$250.00

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After April 1 ticket - Sunday, April 29, 2012$100.00

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Saturday, April 28, 2012-Sunday, April 29, 2012

 

I / We are unable to attend the event, but would like to make a contribution by clicking here

VIP tickets include preferred seating, convenient parking and recognition as an event patron in the printed program

The non-tax-deductible portion is $35 for each ticket. The balance is a tax-deductible contribution to Artspace.

Full Plate Dinner (Patron) - Saturday, January 21, 2012$250.00

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Full Plate Dinner - Saturday, January 21, 2012$100.00

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Wednesday, January 25, 2012-Sunday, January 29, 2012

Artspace cordially invites you to enjoy a convivial dinner with friends, old and new, immersed in conversation about the future of libraries, books, art and food. Full Plate is a the second in a series of intimate dinners graciously hosted by friends of Artspace, this time specially conceived to complement our library-themed exhibition. Please join us on Saturday January 21, 2012*  to enjoy delicious dinners while helping raise funds to support Artspace’s programs. 

Note: Please read the 9 dinner descriptions here (including one dinner on January 28, 2012) and then fill out the form found at this link. You will be asked to select your first, second and third choice dinner.

 

*  And one special supplemental dinner on Saturday January 28, 2012.

 

Start your evening at the Library Science exhibition at Artspace, where chef Jason Sobocinski will offer samplings from Caseus and will be signing his new Caseus Fromagerie Bistro Cookbook.  Your dinner reservation includes the reception with wine to accompany Caseus samplings, and a private tour of the works on view from the guest curator. Your ticket also includes free parking, conveniently located a half block from the gallery, allowing a quick departure to your dinner.

 

Saturday January 21*.  Artspace reception, book signing and curator led tour, 5-6:30.

Dinners across town, 7-9 pm.

Tickets: $100.

Patron’s Tickets $250 (Patrons will be recognized in the printed program).

All Proceeds support Artspace. 

 

Event Chair: Caroline Wharton, Principal, Deborah Berke & Partners.

 

Thank you to The Wine Thief, Caseus Cheese, RJ Julia, Words that work, Cannelli Printing and Express Parking for generously supporting this event.

         

 

After purchasing your ticket, please fill out the form found at this link, to select your first, second and third choice dinner by January 16. Increase the chance of dining at your first choice by responding right away.

 

For questions contact Artspace’s Development Coordinator, Michael Galvin, at 203 772-2709 or Michael@artspacenh.org

Monday, November 14, 2011-Saturday, November 19, 2011

Publication Studio, a “maker and destroyer of books,” will set up shop at 196 College Street in New Haven for a week-long residency, Nov. 14-19. Daily demos, lectures, refreshments, and a book-binding extravaganza!

Sunday, October 9, 2011$40.00

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Sunday, October 9, 2011

1 - 3:30 PM

  Hone your skills by talking about your work in a  
  lively speed-networking format. Meet individually 
  with curators, respected artists, and arts 
  professionals from across the state. This event is 
  designed to raise awareness and encourage artists 
  to speak freely and directly about their practices.

After purchasing a ticket, send a url link of your work and a brief artist's statement to michael@artspacenh.org

Confirmed participants include:

 

Daniel Belasco, Henry J. Leir Associate Curator, Jewish Museum.

Prof. Nuit Banai, Tufts University

Saleh Barakat, Director, Agial Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon

Prof. Mia Brownell, Southern Connecticut State University

Nina Carlson, former Education Curator, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Paul Clabby, Director, John Slade Ely House

Helen During, Independent Curator and Art Advisor

Gillian Forrester, Curator, Prints & Drawings, Yale Center for British Art

Barbara Hawes, former Gallery Director, Hull’s and CWOS Coordinator, Artspace

Stephen Kobasa, Independent Curator and Critic

Martha Lewis, Artist, Education Curator, Artspace

Frank Mitchell, Curator, The Amistad Center

Kristina Newman-Scott, Director of Programs, Boston Center for the Arts

 

Lexi Lee SullivanCurator, DeCordova Koch Curatorial Fellow, DeCordova Museum & Sculpture Park 

 

Barry Rosenberg, Director, Contemporary Art Galleries at UConn

Claire Rudd, former Associate Director, Fluent~Collaborative,

Austin, TX, MBA Candidate, Yale School of Management

 

Sunday, October 9, 2011$25.00

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Sunday, October 9, 2011

1 - 3:30 PM

  Hone your skills by talking about your work in a  
  lively speed-networking format. Meet individually 
  with curators, respected artists, and arts 
  professionals from across the state. This event is 
  designed to raise awareness and encourage artists 
  to speak freely and directly about their practices.

After purchasing a ticket, send a url link of your work and a brief artist's statement to michael@artspacenh.org

Confirmed participants include:

Daniel Belasco, Henry J. Leir Associate Curator, Jewish Museum.

Prof. Nuit Banai, Tufts University

Saleh Barakat, Director, Agial Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon

Prof. Mia Brownell, Southern Connecticut State University

Nina Carlson, former Education Curator, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Paul Clabby, Director, John Slade Ely House

Helen During, Independent Curator and Art Advisor

Gillian Forrester, Curator, Prints & Drawings, Yale Center for British Art

Stephen KobasaContributing Editor, Art New England and Independent Curator

Martha Lewis, Artist, Education Curator, Artspace

Frank Mitchell, Curator, The Amistad Center

Kristina Newman-Scott, Director of Programs, Boston Center for the Arts

Lexi Lee Sullivan, Curator, DeCordova Koch Curatorial Fellow, DeCordova Museum & Sculpture Park 

 

Barry Rosenberg, Director, Contemporary Art Galleries at UConn

Claire Rudd, former Associate Director, Fluent~Collaborative,

Austin, TX, MBA Candidate, Yale School of Management

Andres A. Verzosa, Owner/Director
Aucocisco Galleries

Queen of the Sun - Saturday, September 10, 2011$5.00

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Saturday, September 10, 2011

 

 

 

 

From the director of The Real Dirt on Farmer John comes a profound, alternative look at the tragic global bee crisis. Juxtaposing the catastrophic disappearance of bees with the mysterious world of the beehive, Queen of the Sun weaves an unusual and dramatic story of the heart-felt struggles of beekeepers, scientists and philosophers from around the world. Featuring Michael Pollan, Gunther Hauk and Vandana Shiva, Queen of the Sun reveals both the problems and the solutions in renewing a culture in balance with nature.

A screening of Queen of the Sun will take place at the Artspace gallery, 50 Orange street, New Haven CT, at 6pm September 10th. Tickets $5

Supporter (for additional details, please see below) - Saturday, April 30, 2011 at 07:30 PM$100.00

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Benefactor (for additional details, please see below) - Saturday, April 30, 2011 at 07:30 PM$500.00

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Saturday, April 30, 2011


Join us from 7:30-10:30 pm for one of the best parties of the year and an exciting live auction presided by Christie's Contemporary Art specialist Sara Friedlander.

The live auction takes place at 9:00 sharp.  Lots include: New York Times artist Kevin Van Aelst creates a work from objects in your home or office, and Silas Finch creates a sculptural assemblage from items lost to your basement, garage and attic, and then invites you to his studio for a tour and to present the finished work.  Works by Stephen Grossman, Richard Misrach, Sara Sze, and many more to be announced. Silent auction features affordable works on paper. Proceeds from the evening help Artspace cover the operating and rent costs of our fantastic Ninth Square space. Please help us continue to support artists, engage the community and present outstanding exhibitions in this unique site.

The Benefactor ticket option admits 2 to the silent auction, reception, and live auction plus convenient parking adjacent to Artspace and an invitation to an exclusive post-opening dinner during the 2011-2012 season.

The Supporter ticket option admits one to the silent auction, reception and live auction general seating. Advance tickets only.  Tickets day of are $125. 

Group ticket discounts and attractive corporate sponsorship packages are available, contact helen@artspacenh.org

VIP Cocktail Hour - Friday, March 25, 2011 at 05:00 PM$10.00

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Friday, March 25, 2011

Bring your spirit of the surreal and your snazziest red, black, and white attire for a special event from 5 pm - 6 pm, March 25.  Guests at the VIP cocktail hour get a sneak preview of SCRAWL in its entirety - complete with themed red cocktails, a special musical exquisite corpse, and fake moustaches.

We are delighted to present New York new music ensemble loadbang, who will extend the exquisite corpse into sonic realms. This performance is a special, one time only event that has been developed exclusively for ArtSPACE and SCRAWL.  Don't miss it!


To purchase tickets, `click the link above.  Alternately, you may reserve them by e-mailing info (at) artspacenh (dot) org.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Come revel in SCRAWL's BIG Reveal Friday, March 25 from 6 pm - 8 pm.

This event celebrates the only time SCRAWL will be visible in its entirety.  Come meet the SCRAWLers, and see the interconnected SCRAWLing of 48 different artists. SCRAWL covers the walls, floors, and windows of the gallery space, forming one interconnected, large-scale, collaborative drawing.  This riveting spacial environment forms the site and the subject of the BIG Reveal. 

This surreal reveal will feature fake moustaches, red cocktails, and a black, red, and white dress code.  The BIG reveal is free and open to the public.

Sunday, February 20, 2011


The deadline to register for this event is Monday, February 14!

In collaboration with The Aldrich Museum in Ridgefield and Artspace New Haven, the artist James Esber is expanding his This is Not a Portrait project to Connecticut. For the last several years, he has been collaborating with broad, diverse audiences to generate depictions of public figures, most notably Osama Bin Laden.  The resulting ink and brush drawings are similar in that all the heads are exactly the same size and all contain the same number of lines.

On February 20, from 3-6 pm, Esber invites members of the New Haven community to engage in this experiment at Artspace.  The artist is interested in exploring repetition - and the differences that emerge from each participant’s individual sensibilities and personal touch.

No previous drawing experience is necessary, there is no cost, and all materials are provided.

If you are interested in participating, he’d like to hear from you - so please fill out an entry form and fax to (203) 772-0850 or e-mail to alana [at] artspacenh [dot] org by no later than February 14.

Please note: signing up for the project does not guarantee your participation, as the artist will make the final selection based on convening a diversity of genders, ages, and occupations. The goal is for 18 individuals from the New Haven area to complete new drawings in the series that will be included in Esber’s 2011 exhibition, Your Name Here, at The Aldrich Museum. 

 


Saturday, February 19, 2011

This Saturday, February 19, join us for Stretching & SCRAWLing, a unique celebration of movement and drawing.

From 4 pm – 5 pm, yoginis from Artspace’s Ninth Square neighbor Fresh Yoga will lead a class within the gallery.

This offers a challenging opportunity to capture participants as they shift from pose to pose.

Part of SCRAWL, this is a workshop for artists with some figure drawing experience.

There is no need to register, but artists must bring their own materials. Learn more about Stretching & SCRAWLing here.


Wednesday, February 9, 2011
   

Thursday, February 9, from 6 pm - 8 pm SCRAWL kicks off to a running start with Sprint-to-SCRAWL!

Join us to cheer on our SCRAWLers in a short evening sprint through Crown Street to cross the starting line - Artspace's front door at 50 Orange Street - and commence SCRAWLing! 

We'll have light refreshments, mulled wine, musical accompaniment by Adam Matlock, and SCRAWL-TV!

See you all there.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

On January 20, join us for Dance in Dialogue, a one-night-only live event in which choreographers Rachel Bernsen and Adele Myers  execute original performances prepared in dialogue with select video works on view in the gallery.

Rachel Bernsen will premiere a new site-directed work, made in collaboration with Taylor Ho Bynum, Shola Cole, Kellie Lynch, Anne Rhodes, and Carl Testa.

Adele Myers and Dancers will perform "Theater in the Head," described as "a quest for intimacy between performers and their audience. It offers spectacle then reveals its mechanics by stripping them away."

Cathy Edwards, Director of Performance Programs at the International Festival of Arts & Ideas, leads a post-performance discussion with the dancers. The event will run from 8 pm - 10:00 pm.  Click here to purchase tickets, or e-mail us at info (at) artspacenh (dot) org.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

On Saturday, November 13, from 8 pm – 11 pm, the Artspace Underground brings cutting-edge performances and experimental time-based art to the gallery.  The evening will feature performances by Brooklyn-based dream-pop duo Magnetic Island, local indie-pop band EULA, and New York City jazz impresarios Moon Hooch.  Drinks provided by 116 Crown.  The Underground is curated by Madison Moore.  

Tickets are $5 and are available at the door.  


Monday, November 1, 2010

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Artspace Underground - Saturday, February 20, 2010 at 08:00 PM$5.00

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Saturday, October 2, 2010



Fake Babies 

 

If Jesus Had Machine Guns  

 

Silas Finch

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Mark your calendars and start planning your outfits for October 2, when the Underground returns to Artspace!  

The first Underground of the school year features performances by local heroes Fake Babies and If Jesus Had Machine Guns, with a live build by Silas Finch.

Fake Babies were recently named the best band in Connecticut as part of The Boston Phoenix's 50 Bands in 50 States, pitting them against the likes of Sleigh Bells and Wavves in an online race to the top.  Fake Babies have also shared the stage with Yeasayer, Indian Jewelry, Light Asylum (DJ), These Are Powers, Nite Jewel, Kingdom, Suckers and Dead Meadow. They provide "dirty soul for the alive and well in this little ol' world." Their debut full length album "We Started Blues" is forthcoming on Safety Meeting Records

If Jesus Had Machine Guns is a project of Jimi Patterson, a filmmaker and musician based in New Haven and New York.  If Jesus Had Machine Guns makes angsty synth-ridden bedroom recordings that evoke Ariel Pink or Anton Newcombe, with the help of an ever-evolving cast of supporting players and musicians.

New Haven based artist Silas Finch makes intricate, interactive sculptures from found and salvaged materials.  He'll be performing a live build in the gallery.

The Underground series brings alternative music, experimental time-based art, and cutting-edge performances to Artspace.  The event runs from 8 pm - 11 pm, and admission is $5. Curated by Madison Moore, with drinks by 116 Crown.  Dress to impress!
Saturday, October 2, 2010



Fake Babies 

 

If Jesus Had Machine Guns  

 

Silas Finch

Mark your calendars and start planning your outfits for October 2, when the Underground returns to Artspace!  

The first Underground of the school year features performances by local heroes Fake Babies and If Jesus Had Machine Guns, with a live build by Silas Finch.

Fake Babies were recently named the best band in Connecticut as part of The Boston Phoenix's 50 Bands in 50 States, pitting them against the likes of Sleigh Bells and Wavves in an online race to the top.  Fake Babies have also shared the stage with Yeasayer, Indian Jewelry, Light Asylum (DJ), These Are Powers, Nite Jewel, Kingdom, Suckers and Dead Meadow. They provide "dirty soul for the alive and well in this little ol' world." Their debut full length album "We Started Blues" is forthcoming on Safety Meeting Records

If Jesus Had Machine Guns is a project of Jimi Patterson, a filmmaker and musician based in New Haven and New York.  If Jesus Had Machine Guns makes angsty synth-ridden bedroom recordings that evoke Ariel Pink or Anton Newcombe, with the help of an ever-evolving cast of supporting players and musicians.

New Haven based artist Silas Finch makes intricate, interactive sculptures from found and salvaged materials.  He'll be performing a live build in the gallery.

The Underground series brings alternative music, experimental time-based art, and cutting-edge performances to Artspace.  The event runs from 8 pm - 11 pm, and admission is $5. Curated by Madison Moore, with drinks by 116 Crown.  Dress to impress!
Monday, August 30, 2010$25.00

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Sunday, September 19, 2010

2-4 PM

  Hone your skills by talking about your work in a 
  lively speed-networking format. Meet individually
  with curators, respected artists, and arts
  professionals from across the state. This event is
  designed to raise awareness and encourage artists
  to speak freely and directly about their practices.  A buffet lunch will be provided courtesy of Jordan Caterers.

  Confirmed participants include: 

  • Cathleen Chaffee, Horace W. Goldsmith Assistant Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, Yale University Art Gallery,
  • Steven Holmes, Curator of Cartin Collection and Adjunct Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Bass Museum, Miami,
  • Harry Philbrick, Director, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
  • Will Wilkins, Executive Director, Real Art Ways

   Note: Registration for this event is now closed.
   If you are interested for signing up for an upcoming
   network event in the spring, please contact
   Courtney: courtney@artspacenh.org


Saturday, April 17, 2010

 


NEW HAVEN – Just got out of a Bad Romance?  Can’t get off the Telephone?  Well, put on your Poker Face, play the Love Game, and Just Dance at Artspace Underground on Saturday, April 17th, 2010! 

Think you can wear those McQueen platforms better than the Lady, herself?  Then walk, walk fashion baby because the most inspired Gaga look will win a gift certificate from 116 Crown!  Try your best, but dress to impress.

 

Or, if Gaga isn’t your thing, no big, we’ve got two bands and a multi-media puppet show performance right up your alley.  SHARK, a three-piece ethereal rock band from both New Haven and Boston, are, according to The New Haven Advocate, great

candidates “for listening in the car late at night or putting on the headphones and drifting off to wherever you want to go.”  Drift over to Artspace for Saint Bernadette, a five-piece erotically-charged aural accord that meshes a disparate template of psychadelic-

meets-arena rock with a peppering of jazz and candy-coated sing-along choruses.  Kamikaze puppeteer Kim Mikenis promises to tickle your senses with her unique and always original live performance pieces.

 

So there you have it, SHARK and Saint Bernadette will get you woozy, Kim Mikenis will perform a doozy, and DJ Sofia Cavallo will keep you schmoozy.  If you arrive between 8 and 9 pm, get in for $2 with your school I.D. 

 After 9 pm, $5 admission includes free spiked-punch until it’s gone.  $6 drinks from 116 Crown.  Be there or be square.

 

For more information about Artspace Underground or to find out how you can get involved, please contact Madison Moore: madison.moore@yale.edu

 

Grant Writing - Saturday, April 17, 2010 at 12:00 PM$30.00

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Saturday, April 17, 2010

 

 

We Are Pleased To Inform You 

April 17, 2010, 12-3PM 

We Are Pleased To Inform You is a Saturday grant writing workshop lead by guest artist, Brainard Carey.  Carey has exhibited in the Whitney Biennial and

numerous solo museum shows.  He and his wife are the founders of the art collective known as Praxis. Praxis is an internationally acclaimed art collaborative

whose works have been featured in the Whitney Biennial, MOMA, PS 1, The Reina Sofia, and most recently in a solo show at The Whitney Museum. 

Currently Praxis has several traveling shows in progress. Brainard Carey also helps artist to develop

their professional practice: http://www.yourartmentor.com

Talking Points:

Understanding arts organizations and their staff 

• Find a gallery, museum, and launch a public project

• Win a grant, fellowship, and participate in juried shows

• How to find individual contact information and determine how to present your ideas

How to write an Artists' Statement and Bio that’s worth reading

What to include and remove from your CV

How to network and follow-up with various individuals within an institution

Contact the Program Director, Laura Marsh for further inquiries:  lauralmarsh@artspacenh.org

203.772.2709 x12

Full Plate_Pepe/Lewis - Friday, March 12, 2010$100.00

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Friday, March 12, 2010-Saturday, March 13, 2010

http://lewisart.blogspot.com/

 

Joy Pepe and Nathan Lewis invite you to enjoy Italian-inspired cooking at their renovated 1766 colonial farmhouse. Engage in a lively discussion about the resurgence of historical painting as portrayed by artist Nathan Lewis and interpreted by his partner, professor and art historian, Joy Pepe. (Seymour, CT)

Available seating: 10 SOLD OUT

Questions? Contact: courtney@artspacenh.org

Full Plate Supper Series - Cat Balco - Friday, March 12, 2010$100.00

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Friday, March 12, 2010

 

http://catbalco.com/section/87446_Recent_Paintings.html

Artspace is pleased to present Cat Balco, our 2010 Summer Apprenticeship Program Master Artist. Cat invites you to a modernist-inspired loft located in the heart of downtown New Haven. Enjoy great food while experiencing the evening through the eyes of an abstract painter. Cat teaches painting at the University of Hartford and works out of her studio at Erector Square. The artist will speak about her painting practice, experimentations beyond the canvas, and her new large-scale wall murals. (Downtown New Haven, CT)

Available seating: 14 SOLD OUT

Questions? Contact: courtney@artspacenh.org

Full Plate_Stockholder/Chamberlain - Friday, March 12, 2010 at 07:00 PM$100.00

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Friday, March 12, 2010

  


Visit the hybrid New England Cape / L.A. modern vista and studios of Jessica Stockholder and Patrick Chamberlain to savor a unique blend of Canadian Southwest-inspired cuisine. The couple will prepare a meal made from fresh local ingredients, influenced by the principles espoused by Weston-Price (http://www.westonaprice.org/) and the Nourishing Traditions cookbook by Sally Fallon. The meal will be prepared with organic meat and produce from Connecticut’s Four Mile River Farm. Jessica and Patrick will share their work with you in their studios and give a tour of the house and their intimate art collection. (Hamden, CT)

Available seating: SOLD OUT

Questions? Contact: courtney@artspacenh.org

Full Plate_Leffell - Friday, March 12, 2010 at 07:00 PM$100.00

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Friday, March 12, 2010


Artspace Board President, David Leffell and his wife, Cindy, welcome you to their New Haven home for a unique brand of discussion from Neal Feigenson. Neil is a professor of law at Quinnipiac University, and author of the new book, Law on Display: The Digital Transformation of Legal Persuasion and Judgment. Neal will provide a well-informed, wisely reasoned and accessible analysis of how, for good or for evil, digital visual technology is transforming the conduct of trials and the meaning of truth in the courtroom. (New Haven, CT)

Available seating: 16 SOLD OUT

Questions? Contact: courtney@artspacenh.org

Full Plate_Ryer/Huang - Friday, March 12, 2010 at 07:00 PM$100.00

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Friday, March 12, 2010



 

Scotia Ryer and Mike Huang invite you to their home to enjoy a savory Irish-inspired supper accompanied by home-brewed American ale and a lively dialogue about contemporary American photography. Get to know the work of some of the seminal image-makers of our time, including Robert Adams and Judith Joy Ross, as Joshua Chuang, the Assistant Curator of Photographs at the Yale University Art Gallery presents and leads the discussion. Josh will recount his own experience of working with these artists as he explores their impact on the course of American photography. (Milford, CT)

Available seating: 8 SOLD OUT

Questions? Contact: courtney@artspacenh.org

Full Plate_Lerner/Donatich - Friday, March 12, 2010 at 07:00 PM$100.00

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Friday, March 12, 2010


 

A true Ivy League insider's treat, Betsy Lerner, literary agent and author, and John Donatich, the Director of the Yale University Press, invite you to view a sneak peek at many of the University Press’ upcoming contemporary art publications. The Yale University Press has grown leaps and bounds under Donatich’s wing, bringing a stunning array of work from some of the world’s  finest museums and galleries, sure to provoke a fruitful discussion. Join Betsy and John at their New Haven home as they serve you fine wine and an inquisitive literary discourse.

Available seating: SOLD OUT

Questions? Contact: courtney@artspacenh.org

Thursday, December 3, 2009
 

Refurbished Means

An Art Giving, Artspace Fundraiser

December 3rd, 2009 from 6:30-8:30 pm


Refurbished Means is a one-night fundraising event designed to present sixty-eight visions for what the social climate of America could look like during a recession, cite historic and/or present events, and present packaged artist’s boxes throughout the main galleries. As part of our Flatfile fundraising series of 2009, Artspace has asked all participating Flatfile artists to donate artworks. This December, artists are asked to donate work that fits into two small gable boxes and package their work accordingly. Each ticket purchaser will select one of these unique boxes to call their own, and each participating artist will be encouraged to trade with another participating artist.

Buy a ticket to Refurbished Means.

 

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