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  • Yale University Art Gallery's World-Class Collection Gets an Expanded and Renovated Home

    Yale University Art Gallery's World-Class Collection Gets an Expanded and Renovated Home
    Yale University Art Gallery 1111 Chapel St., New Haven, (203) 432-0600, artgallery.yale.edu   Hey, all you big-shot art repositories around the USA, are you hearing some footsteps these days? Is something gaining on you? It might just be those...
  • Monet's Garden: New York Botanical Garden exhibit spotlights artist's passion for gardening

    Monet's Garden: New York Botanical Garden exhibit spotlights artist's passion for gardening
    “My garden is my most beautiful masterpiece.” —Claude Monet Monet’s Garden, an exhibition at The New York Botanical Garden from May 19 through October 21, 2012, will examine the life and work of the Impressionist master by...
  • The Wild Colorful Art-World Art of Red Grooms at Yale

    The Wild Colorful Art-World Art of Red Grooms at Yale
    Red Grooms is the kind of artist you'd like to drink a beer with and, thanks to "Larger Than Life," a lively new exhibition at the Yale University Art Gallery, you can do just that. Figuratively speaking, of course. Indeed, as you walk into the gallery...
  • Gifford Phillips dies at 94; contemporary art advocate

    Gifford Phillips, a gentlemanly patron of cultural institutions and passionate advocate of contemporary art who played a leading role at museums on both coasts of the United States, has died. He was 94. Phillips died Wednesday of natural causes at a...
  • 11 Connecticut Arts Groups Receive $420,000 In NEA Grants

    Connecticut arts groups will receive 11 grants totaling $440,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) $26.3 million in grants to nonprofit national, regional, state, and local organizations nationwide. The grants support projects in 13...
  • Yale Exhibition Should Start Some Conversations About 'Wood Art'

    Yale Exhibition Should Start Some Conversations About 'Wood Art'
    Conversations With Wood: Selections from the Waterbury Collection Through August 18, Yale University Art Gallery, 1111 Chapel St., New Haven, (203) 432-0600, artgallery.yale.edu Ruth and David Waterbury will be at the gallery on May 30, at 5:30 p.m....
  • The International Festival of Arts & Ideas Turns 18!

    The International Festival of Arts & Ideas Turns 18!
    Two years short of its 20th anniversary, at an age which many festivals of its size and scope never reach, International Festival of Arts & Ideas is still standing proud. And doing handstands. And dancing. And firing people out of cannons. And reading....
  • New Haven's International Arts Festival: What's Hot This Year?

    New Haven's International Arts Festival: What's Hot This Year?
    It's about sharing the experience. That's what Mary Lou Aleski, executive director of New Haven's 18th annual International Festival of Arts & Ideas that begins Saturday, June 15, has found in data of who comes — and why— to the annual two-...
  • Modernism Rules at Yale University Art Gallery Exhibition

    Modernism Rules at Yale University Art Gallery Exhibition
    The Societe Anonyme: Modernism for America Through July 14, Yale University Art Gallery, 1111 Chapel St., New Haven, (203) 432-0600, artgallery.yale.edu   Katherine Dreier (1877-1952), who lived in West Redding and Milford, and among whose close...
  • 3 Playwrights To Receive New Lucrative Writing Awards

    3 Playwrights To Receive New Lucrative Writing Awards
    Three playwrights -- including one Yale School of Drama grad -- will receive one of the most lucrative prizes in their field Tuesday at Yale when they receive the inaugural Donald Windham — Sandy M. Campbell Literature Prizes, which include $150,000...
  • Childhood Icons, the '70s, Environmental Devastation and More on View in Art Around Connecticut This Fall

    Childhood Icons, the '70s, Environmental Devastation and More on View in Art Around Connecticut This Fall
    In a collaborative comic strip created with Art Spiegelman for The New Yorker, Connecticut's own Maurice Sendak once remarked, "Childhood is deep and rich. It's vital, mysterious, and profound. I remember my own childhood vividly…I knew terrible...