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City Wide Open Studios (CWOS) New Haven 2012

City Wide Open Studios (CWOS) New Haven 2012

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Published by Patricia Dillon
3 WEEKENDS

60+ LOCATIONS

250+ ARTISTS

ARTSPACE’S 15 TH ANNUAL

EXPLORE NEW HAVEN’S HIDDEN GEMS! THE OFFICIAL MAP & GUIDE

THE CRYSTAL ANNIVERSARY

OCT0BER 5–21

2012

and FRIENDS of ARTSPACE

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ARTSPACE’S 15TH ANNUAL CITY-WIDE OPEN STUDIOS

Artspace and the Host Committee welcome you to City-Wide Open Studios 2012
DEAR FRIENDS,
It is with tremendous pleasure and pride that I welcome you to the 15th edition of City-Wide Open Studios. Each October, Artspace’s festival turns the New Haven area
3 WEEKENDS

60+ LOCATIONS

250+ ARTISTS

ARTSPACE’S 15 TH ANNUAL

EXPLORE NEW HAVEN’S HIDDEN GEMS! THE OFFICIAL MAP & GUIDE

THE CRYSTAL ANNIVERSARY

OCT0BER 5–21

2012

and FRIENDS of ARTSPACE

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ARTSPACE’S 15TH ANNUAL CITY-WIDE OPEN STUDIOS

Artspace and the Host Committee welcome you to City-Wide Open Studios 2012
DEAR FRIENDS,
It is with tremendous pleasure and pride that I welcome you to the 15th edition of City-Wide Open Studios. Each October, Artspace’s festival turns the New Haven area

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3 WEEKENDS60+ LOCATIONS250+ ARTISTSARTSPACE’S 15
TH
ANNUALTHE OFFICIALMAP & GUIDEOCT0BER 5–21 2012EXPLORE NEW HAVEN’S HIDDEN GEMS!THE CRYSTAL ANNIVERSARY
and 
FRIENDS
of  
 ARTSPACE
 
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Artspace and the Host Committee welcome you to City-Wide Open Studios 2012
DEAR FRIENDS,
 Welcome to City Wide Open Studios (CWOS)! For fteenyears, Artspace has promoted the work of New Havenartists. e next three weekends will be full of creativeactivity and I encourage you to attend as many events asyou can. I am very pleased that the City’s Department of  Arts, Culture, and Tourism is again able to partner withCWOS. Our LAMP (Light Artists Making Places) festival is the perfect complementto Artspace’s crystal anniversary celebration!Congratulations to Helen Kauder and her team who have worked so hard to bring CWOS to life. ank you for all that you do. I would also like to thank all of theparticipating artists; your talents and skills are commendable!Vivian Nabeta Director of Arts, Culture, and TourismCity of New Haven
DEAR FRIENDS,
It is with tremendous pleasure and pride that I welcome you to the 15th edition of City-Wide Open Studios. Each October, Artspace’s festival turns the New Havenarea into a mecca for visual artists and our Ocial Map and Guide oers you,the visitor, the chance to make your pilgrimage. is year’s event, our rst with a thematic imprint, has invited artists to make new work to help mark our crystalanniversary. We hope you’ll be on the lookout for their special eorts—from X-ray crystallography to transparent plexi-glass pop-up cubes—spanning projects inside thestudios, at the hub exhibition at Artspace, throughout the Alternative Space, and evenoutdoors.I look forward to this time each year to discover new members of our community andto connect them to the work that artists are already doing in making New Haven a better place. More than ever, City-Wide Open Studios is a time to forge connections with local artists, with fellow supporters of culture and cities, and to revel in the widediversity of approaches toward art-making being taken now. We could not have arrived at this 15th anniversary without the support of thehundreds of artists who believe in Artspace and its mission; without the immensededication of the Artspace sta; and without the support of generous hosts, donors,and sponsors. I owe a special thanks to Artspace’s Board, whose sustained enthusiasmfor this program serves to enrich the lives of countless citizens of Greater New Haven.ank you all.—Helen Kauder, Executive Director
DEAR FRIENDS,
On behalf of the State of Connecticut, it is my greatpleasure to welcome all who are gathered for the 15thannual City-Wide Open Studios celebration.Connecticut communities are an inspirational and inviting setting for artists to live and work. We have a long and richtradition in the arts and recognize the important contribution art makes to our citiesand towns.I applaud the work of the Host Committee, Board of Directors, volunteers, sponsors,and especially the artists who have made City-Wide Open Studios possible. My best wishes for a successful event.Sincerely,Dannel P. Malloy Governor
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro,
 
HONORARY CHAIRLEADERSHIP CIRCLE CO-CHAIRS
Eileen & Andy EderSeth Brown & Yve Ludwig
HOST COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Morel & Jeff AlexanderDiane & Walter ArikerDavid & Susannah BailinGeorge Corsillo & Susan McCaslinEllen Eisenberg & Neal FeigensonTed Esselstyn & Anne BinghamHelen Kauder & Barry NalebuffLiz & Miles LasaterRoland Lemar & Anika SinghNick Lloyd & Megan CraigBarbara Pearce & Norm FlemingTed SnyderMatthew Suttor & Dr. Semi GorkLen SuzioBarry & Diane Svigals
 
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GRAND OPENING NIGHTOCT. 5
 
FREE!
Come for the grand opening receptionof CWOS, meet all the artists, andstay for a party that spans the wholeneighborhood!
Create On9
Locations throughout the Ninth Square6–8 PM
Create On9 celebrates New Haven’s rich arts scene withLAMP (Light Artists Making Places), Artspace New Haven’sCity-Wide Open Studios, and a Creative Crawl through NewHaven’s Historic Ninth Square. Luminaries outline pathwaysthrough the district, showcasing artists’ light installationsalong with creative activities produced by Ninth Squarebusinesses.
The Play House: Beyond What Was
The Lot, 812 Chapel Street5–10 PM
This modular cube, crystal clear, serves as a temporarystudio by day and a four-sided, illuminated, projection spaceby night.
LAMP: Glow. Reflect. Project.Light Artists Making Places
Locations throughout the Ninth Square8–11 PM
Hosted by the City of New Haven Arts, Culture, and Tourism,Project Storefronts, Artspace, Cafe 9, 9 Arts, FracturedAtlas, and Umbrella Arts.
THE PLAY HOUSE: BEYOND WHAT WASARTSPACE LOT, 812 CHAPEL STREET
In association with Light Artists Making Places (LAMP).Conceived and Curated by Marianne Bernstein.
The Play House is a transparent, nomadic 8’ X 8’ aluminum cube whichfunctions as a studio by day and a four-sided video installation by night.Designed to activate neglected spaces, an artist interacts with the publicinside the cube daily. This interaction is lmed and participants are invited toreturn and watch themselves projected onto the cube’s exterior each night.
SATURDAYS + SUNDAYSNOON – 9 PMWEEKEND 1
DARWIN NIX
WEEKEND 2
KELIY ANDERSON-STALEY
WEEKEND 3
MARIANNE BERNSTEINWITH LIBERTY COMMUNITYSERVICES CLIENTS
ANOTHER CRYSTAL LAND: A production of Artspacein collaboration with Franklin Street Works
Curated by Terri C. Smith at the New Haven RegisterOctober 20 + 21
DEBRA BAXTER & MARGOT QUAN KNIGHT • BEN GODDARD • LUCY RAVENROB SMITH • ROBERT SMITHSON
Debra Baxter and Margot Quan KnightScreen shot 2010-11-30 at 3.08.48 PM (Quartz), 2012, Digital print on paper
EVENT CALENDAR

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