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  City-Wide Open Studios


 2014 Gala  
Satellite Exhibition

Current & Satellite Exhibitions

Value Systems

(top left) detail of Julian Gilbert-Davis, North Dakota to Southern Illinois, cellphone image risograph cut and collaged on paper, 2013.
(bottom right) detail of 1965 New Haven Highways Aerial, New Haven Museum Collection.

June 12 - November 2, 2014                                            
Curated by Jason Bischoff-Wurstle
at the New Haven Museum                                            
A joint exhibition pairing works from the Artspace Flatfile with the collections of the New Haven Museum. Learn more



Vagaries of The Commons

July 25 - September 13, 2014
Curated by Sarah Fritchey

Artists based in and around greater New Haven activate the flexible margins of the legal systems that mandate our city's commons. Learn More.


The Mobile Museum of American Artifacts

July 25 - September 13, 2014

Featured Artist: Laureline Kruse



An evolving collection of personal objects and their histories telling the hidden stories of New Haven. Learn More

Project Room: john ros

July 25 - September 13, 2014

Artist john ros creates a site-responsive multimedia installation composed of recycled and repurposed materials. Learn More


Upcoming Exhibitions

City -Wide Open Studios 2014
Get carried away with CWOS 2014 as over 300 artists open their doors for an exhibition the size of city
Opening Reception: 
October 2 & 3, 5-8pm

Keynote Event featuring Tom Eccles
October 10, 6-8pm

Alternative Space Weekend
October 11 & 12, 11am - 6pm

Transported Weekend
October 18 - 19, 11am -6pm

Erector Square Weekend
October 25 -26, 11am- 6pm

Connecticut (un) Bound 
Opening November 7, 2014
Artspace is pleased to announce that 8 Connecticut artists will be commissioned with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts to create work in response to the Chasanoff book works collection at Yale University Art Gallery. Earlier this year, Artspace issued an open call inviting local artists to view the collection in storage, and then propose sculptural book projects that reflected on the physical and conceptual aspects of contemporary book works while also making reference to the State of Connecticut.


City-Wide Open Studios 2014

October 2014

Artists: Registration open through August 15

Volunteers: We are already looking for volunteers to help mount the 3rd-largest open studios event in the country! Interested in being a part of the excitement? Please email greyf (at)  


Curators-Led Tours: 

This year, featured guides will curate routes through the festival, bringing groups of interested visitors to engage in a dialogue with select artists in their spaces. If you would like to be considered to be included in a tour, visit the CWOS site for the application. Deadline to apply: August 1 


Site-Specific Proposals: 

Artspace is currently accepting proposals from artists who would like to produce site-specific works for the Goffe Street Armory, the location of this year's CWOS Alternative Weekend. The Armory features a 200,000 square foot drill hall and four floors of open space. Visit the CWOS site for information on how to apply. Deadline: August 1 


Work in Series: 

Artspace is currently accepting proposals from artists who work in "series" that show change over time to submit work for display in the Drill Hall of the Goffe Street Armory. Playing on this year's theme,Transported, Artspace hopes to show audiences how a sequence of still images relates to film. Artspace is teaming up with local architects to develop exhibition designs that showcase these series in ways that encourage travel. Visit the CWOS site to learn more. Deadline: August 1 





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