March 3 – April 29, 2017
Once shoppers make purchases at seven different locations, their cards are eligible for the drawing April 7 when the winner will receive $25 gift certificates from each of the 8 restaurants and 13 merchants participating.
Every store, gallery and restaurant in town is on board, and the cards will be available at each of them beginning on First Friday, March 3.
Saturday, March 4, 4:30-6:30pm
Gayle Gleckler and Tony Woolner travel the world with a purpose, to capture diverse peoples in their natural environments, in painting and in mono prints.
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GALLERY HOURS: Monday–Thursday 9-9, Friday 9-6, Saturday 9-5 , Sunday 1-5
On view: February 20 - March 28, 2017
Art reception SATURDAY, March 4th 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Just a quick reminder if you are not attending the NYC art fairs this weekend....
Stop in Saturday evening for Steven Holme's art reception.
Artwork shown by appointment during the week
EBK Gallery [small works]
218 Pearl St
Nothing to Hide? Art, Surveillance, and Privacy, is an exhibition of visual art, public art, film, performance, interactivity, public discussions, and spoken word, exploring the prevalence of surveillance and its impact on the way we lead our lives. The exhibition opens on Saturday, March 4, from 5 to 7 PM, with a free public reception, and will be on view through June 19, 2017.
The exhibition is co-curated by Edward Shanken and Jessica Hodin.
Eva and Franco Mattes
Major funding for the exhibition was provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and the Edward C. & Ann T. Roberts Foundation.
Four Concerts that Examine the Harp
Real Art Ways presents a series of concerts that feature exciting performances by acclaimed artists with illuminating discussions around the harpist's craft and the intricacies of their instrument.
The series includes three performances at Real Art Ways plus an intimate house concert, each spotlighting a different type of harp: Orchestral Harp; Kora; Kanun; and Colombian Harp.
A subset of the Kassia Ensemble of Pittsburgh, Tiny Beast is composed of Nuiko Wadden (harp) and Dawn Posey (violin). Ms. Wadden is an expressive player with an unconventional approach to the rhythmic possibilities of the orchestral harp. According to the Washington Post, "...Wadden's superb, dancelike playing on the harp was a joy to hear."
Tiny Beast will play a combination of duets and solo harp pieces, most of which are 21st century compositions. Composers include Mark Fromm, Carlos Salzedo, Suzanne Farrin, Kenji Bunch and Sebastian Currier.
A group exhibition of work in various media, juried and curated by Alexandra Foradas. inDIVISIBLE explores themes of democracy, identity, and interconnectedness within this contentious political climate.
Participating artists include Mariella Bisson, J Carpenter, Jenna DeLuca, DETEXT, Yael Eban, Barry Goldstein, Sarah Kusa, Thomas Lail, Dina Noto, John Richey, Emilie Selden, Sarah Sutro, and Ian Trask.
Thursday, March 9, 6-8pm Join us at the Eclipse Mill Gallery for the opening reception of inDIVISIBLE, which is free and open to the public.
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On View March 10-May 13, 2017
Thursday-Saturday* 12-5pm and by appointment *closed Easter weekend
Financial Literacy Workshop: Learn the importance of understanding and interpreting financial data to better plan for the future
Wednesday, March 8th, 12:30-2:30pm
Arts Council Conference Room, 70 Audubon Street, 2nd Floor, New Haven
$5 members, $15 non-members
Light refreshments will be served
Register online here