Artspace is a non-profit organization bringing communities together with emerging local and national artists. The Artspace exhibition program provides the opportunity for over 100 emerging and contemporary artists to show in the main gallery site on Orange Street through solo and group exhibitions. Our award winning youth programs pair New Haven high school students with art educators and artist mentors through long-term professional development programs. Our program of offsite exhibitions utilizes unusual indoor spaces and creative outdoor spaces to provide unique contexts for contemporary art. For example, more than 2 million square feet of empty and underutilized space throughout New Haven has been activated for the benefit of artists and audiences, through the annual City-Wide Open Studios festival.
If you enjoy our programs and believe in what we do, please consider making a contribution.
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Artspace’s first endowment campaign in its thirty year history will be transormative to the artist community and ensure a more vibrant and sutainable cultural life for Greater New Haven. With your help, we will:
Enhance our exhibitions and educational programs to extend their reach and impact.
Equip artists and culture-bearers with resources for creative projects that will be path-breaking and consequential for Greater New Haven.
Attract and retain exemplary arts professionals who will make a commitment to New Haven and grow into Artspace’s next generation leadership.
Capitalize on the participation and visibility of City-Wide Open Studios to build community across sectors, with expanded planning, networking, and collaborations.
Commit to prepare today’s teens in the New Haven Public School district to succeed through such programs as our annual Summer Apprenticeship.
And, most directly, position Artspace and the artist community for excellence and sustainability for the next 30 years and beyond.
We invite you to join the campaign, and help our community achieve new levels of excellence in the arts. Please click here to contribute
To learn more, email us at email@example.com. Special gifts of appreciated stock or other assets will be a crucial component of the campaign. To explore this further or make a pledge, contact Helen Kauder, (203)772-2709, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for being part of Three Decades of Change.
Campaign Co-Chairs: Julie Parr and Christina Spiesel
Committee for the 30th: Elizabeth Alexander, Marianne Bernstein, Johanna Bresnick, Jan Cunningham, Jody Ellant, Sara Fritchey, David Goldblum, Karyn Gilvarg, Debbie Hesse, Helen Kauder, Ruth Koizim, Ann Lehman, Carol LeWitt, Linda Lindroth, Denise Markonish, Vivien Nemerson, Matthew Nemerson, Barbara Pearce, Amy Pryor, Jock Reynolds, Eric Shiner, Len Suzio, Rob Storr, Barry Svigals, Bob Taplin, Barbara Webster, Jonathan Weinberg, Susan Whetstone, Andy Wolf. (List in Formation 7/2015)
WE GREATLY VALUE IN-KIND SUPPORT!
WE THANK OUR GENEROUS SUPPORTERS
As part of its' mission, Artspace seeks to foster existing local, institutional resources for the benefit of artists and audiences alike. Artspace recognizes that corporate supporters and granting organizations increasingly have less funds to give, but can provide alternative forms of support that are equally valuable. In-kind support (not including volunteer time) covers nearly half of the organizational budget. For instance, the New Haven Advocate prints and distributes the Open Studios map and guide, saving the organization over $30,000 in printing and mailing costs. Our In-Kind partners include: Firehouse 12, Foster’s Restaurant, Town of Hamden, City of New Haven, Livable Cities Initiative, Ninth Square Partnership LP, Svigals Architects, Yale University, Viacom Outdoor, and others.
Artspace Producers Cindy and David J. Leffell Ruth and Harvey Koizim Deborah Berke Elizabeth and Edward Dunham Bob Buckholtz and Lizanne Fontaine Jock Reynolds and Suzanne Hellmuth Megan Craig and Nick Lloyd Henry Lord Barbara Marks Robert Narracci Jordan Nodelman Jennifer L. Schiff Christina Spiesel Martha and Sam Peterson
Artspace Directors Audrey B. Conrad Andrew and Eileen Eder Sally Glick David and Paula Kirsch Drew Days III and Ann Langdon Joy Pepe and Nathan Lewis John Coleman and Sarah Prown Alec and Drika Purves Joel Zackin and Celeste Suggs
Artspace Supporters Nana Adae Cat Balco Michelle Barry Bill and Donna Batsford Carol Baugh John Bent Nan Birdwhistell Melanie Carr Jenny Chan Jennifer Davies Fethi Meghelli and Barbara Greenwood Robert Gregson Wesley Heiss Robert and Carla Horwitz Daniel Huff Tom Eisen and Elizabeth Jonas Janet Lage Ann Lehman William and Irene Miller Morel Morton Susan Neitlich and Matthew Broder Julie O’Brien Dorsey Beth Royer Ruth Sack Jean Shanahan Harvey Kilman and Sandy Stein David Taylor Barbara Vogel
Artspace Associates Helen Kauder and Barry Nalebuff Scotia Ryer and Mike Huang Steven and Susan Smith
Artspace Advocates Arthur and Joan Bugs Baer Bill and Alice Barnett Tia Blassingame Frank and Nancy Brigano Guido and Anne Calabresi Ronald and Lucienne Coifman Sara Conklin Audrey B. Conrad Claudia Cron Robert and Priscilla Dannies Kyle and Lydia Dugale Lane English Barbara Harder Steve Updegrove and Kathleen Hayes Yasuo Ohdera and Ellen Hammond Charles and Gretchen Kingsley Si-Hoi Lam Anne Maclintock and Jerry Mashaw Gray Organschi Architecture Gerald Salydaga and Daniel Pardy Bob Parker Tom Peterson Anne Schenck Connie Evans and Vladimir Shpitalnik Elizabeth Stauderman Jessica Stockholder Jane Tracy Frans and Marjan Wackers Jonathan and Michele Waters Andrew and Sue Zehner
Artspace Members Robyn Bihlmeyer Julia Coash Brooke Feder Gene Festa Joan Fitzsimmons Barbara and Gerald Gaab Tony Juliano Heowk Kiat Koh Karleen Kubat Henry Harrison and Ruth Lamb Christian Laurensen Alexis Leifheit Robert Reynolds Denyse Schmidt Maureen Squires Joy Wulke
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WE THANK OUR GOVERNMENT, FOUNDATION, AND CORPORATE SPONSORS.
Artspace projects are made possible thanks in part with support from: The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, City of New Haven Office of Economic Development, the Community Economic Development Fund, the Connecticut Commission of Culture and Tourism, the Connecticut Humanities Council, the Connecticut Tourism Council, the William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund, the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, the Marshall B. Coyne Foundation, the Greater New Haven Community Foundation, the NewAlliance Foundation, TD Banknorth, JM Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, The New England Foundation for the Arts, the Smart Family Foundation, The United Way, Yale University, Southern Connecticut State University, LEF Foundation, The Josef & Anni Albers Foundation, Ameriprise, Merrill Lynch, and EmcArts; as well as support from local businesses and individual Friends.