Posted on June 29, 2015
16 days of great art and big ideas, June 12-27, 2015.
Angelique Kidjo with Ibeyi, Box City, Carmen de Lavallade, Cry You One, Dan Zanes, Darlene Love, Kurt Elling with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, Lucinda Williams, Machine de Cirque, Magmanus, Moona Luna and Pistolera, Perfect Catch, Plena Libre, Ragamala Dance Company with Rudresh Mahanthappa, the cast and crew of Rodney King, Taylor Mac, the leaders of the Bike, Boat, and Walking Tours, and the entire crew of the 2015 New Haven International Festival of Arts & Ideas
Additional Thanks to the Ideas panelists of 21st Century Art and Politics, Africa, Ebola, and Global Health Equity, Carmen de Lavallade In Conversation, Claudia Rankine: How Art Teaches a Poet to See, Cooperation Amidst Crisis: May Day 1970 and Its Lessons, From Artist to Activist: A New Haven Legend, Hong Kong Artists in New Haven, Jelani Cobb: Contingent Citizenship, New Art, New Cities, New Living, Rock ‘n Roll That Heals with Mary McBride, Roz Chast: Cartoons as Family Memoir, Sinatra at 100: Cultural Influences, Backward and Forward, Surveillance and Civil Liberties in the U.S., Town Hall: Justice, Civility, and Active Citizenship, and Waterways and Our Changing Environment In Association with WNPR
Filmed and Edited by Tiffany Hopkins, Brice Shipley, Rachel Lawlor, Eleni Georgakopoulos, and Robert Gagne
Posted on June 24, 2015
New Haven is a vibrant cycling community! See the sights, explore bike trails and paths, and discover a piece of local history.
Posted on June 21, 2015
Angélique Kidjo wants you out on the New Haven Green TONIGHT for a great concert with Ibeyi! 7pm. Be there.
Posted on February 11, 2015
2014 marks 20 years of democracy in South Africa, as we contemplate South Africa’s post-Apartheid hearings and the legacy of Nelson Mandela. Has the Truth and Reconciliation process been a catalyst for other communities emerging from violent histories? Where is South Africa on today’s world stage?
Posted on December 15, 2014
Elevator Repair Service created its show Arguendo from a Supreme Court transcript of oral arguments from a First Amendment case. Leading experts in First Amendment law and the Supreme Court discuss and reflect on the issues at hand in the play and beyond.
Posted on November 20, 2014
Susan Elderkin, a bibliotherapist at The School of Life in London and co-author of The Novel Cure, speaks on how and why to recommend books.