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Arts Council New Haven march-2013

Arts Council New Haven march-2013

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The Arts Paper
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Arts Council of Greater New Haven
www.newhavenarts.org
Arts Council of Greater New Haven
www.newhavenarts.org
march
2013
dance
Celebrating 50 years
beinecke.library.yale.edu
BEINECKE RARE BOOK
&
MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
 
Executive Champions
The United IlluminatingCompany/SouthernConnecticut GasYale University
Senior Patrons
First Niagara BankKnights of ColumbusL. Suzio York Hill CompaniesOdonnell CompanyWebster Bank
Corporate Partners
Anthem Blue Crossand Blue ShieldAT&TFirehouse 12Fusco Management CompanyThe Lighting QuotientPeople’s United BankWiggin and DanaYale-New Haven Hospital
Business Patrons
Albertus Magnus CollegeJewish Foundation of GreaterNew HavenLenny & Joe’s Fish TalePelli Clarke Pelli Architects
Business Members
Brenner, Saltzman &Wallman, LLPCheney & CompanyDuble & O’Hearn, Inc.Giampietro GalleryUnited Aluminum Corporation
Thank you, also, toour foundations andgovernment agencies.
The Community Foundationfor Greater New HavenConnecticut Arts EndowmentFundDECD/CT Office of the ArtsEmily Hall TremaineFoundationThe Ethel & Abe LapidesFoundationThe George A. and Grace L.Long FoundationThe Josef and AnniAlbers FoundationNewAlliance FoundationPfizerThe Wells Fargo FoundationThe Werth Family Foundation
The Arts Council is pleased to recognizethe generous contributions of our business,corporate and institutional members.
4
Artists Next Door
6
Classical Contemporary Ballet
7
Arts Council Sounds Off
8
Pilobolus in New Haven
9
New Haven: a movement
12
March calendar
17
Firehouse 12: photo essay
18
Bulletin Board
19
Member Organizations
20
Arts Council Programs
On the cover:
Ballet Hispanico dancersperform
Nube Blanco 
. Photo by RosalieO’Connor.
Page 10
In this Issue
STAFFExecutive Director
Cynthia Clair
Director of Finance
Soonil Chun
Director of ArtisticServices and Programs
Debbie Hesse
Director of Membership& Advertising
Bobbi Griffith
Editor,
The Arts Paper 
David Brensilver
Director of Development& Marketing
Julie Trachtenberg
Communications Manager
Amanda May
ExecutiveAdministrative Assistant
Winter Marshall
Coordinator ofCommunity Programs
OluShola A. Cole
Design Consultant
Russell ShaddoxQuicksilver Communication
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President
Robert B. Dannies, Jr.
Vice President
James Alexander
Second Vice President
Lois DeLise
Treasurer
Kevin Tobias
Secretary
Mark Potocsny
Directors
Daisy AbreuWojtek BorowskiLindy Lee GoldMandi JacksonCharles KingsleyKenneth LundgrenTerry MaguireJocelyn MamintaJosh MamisThomas MasseFrank MitchellEileen O’DonnellBill PurcellDavid SilverstoneDexter SingletonKen SpitzbardRichard S. Stahl, MD
Honorary Members
Frances T. “Bitsie” ClarkCheever Tyler
The Arts Paper
is published by the Arts Council ofGreater New Haven, and is available by direct mail throughmembership with the Arts Council.For membership information call 203-772-2788.To advertise in
The Arts Paper 
, call Bobbi Griffithat the Arts Council.
Arts Council of Greater New Haven
70 Audubon Street, 2nd FloorNew Haven, CT 06510
Phone:
203-772-2788
Fax:
203-772-2262
Email address:
info@newhavenarts.org
On the web:
www.newhavenarts.org
The Arts Council of Greater New Havenpromotes, advocates, and fosters opportunitiesfor artists, arts organizations, and audiences.Because the arts matter.
The Arts Paper.
March 2013
Arts Council of Greater New Haven newhavenarts.org
In the next issue ...
The April2013 issue of
The Arts Paper 
 will highlightregional artprojects thatcombine art andscience. One of these will be Yvette Mattern’s
Night Rainbow 
, an installation presented by Site Projects.In an effort to reduce its carbon foot-print, the Arts Council now prints
The Arts Paper 
on more environmentally friendlypaper and using soy inks. Please read and recycle.
 
 
Full year  January–AprilMay–September October–December  April 18 April 26–27 June 16 June 18–21, 25–28October 18Celebrating its fiftieth anniversary in 2013
EXHIBITIONS
 In the Mind’s Eye:
Beinecke Architecture Imagined
 Devotion and Inspiration:
Beinecke People
 By Hand:
Celebrating the Manuscript Collections
 Permanent Markers:
Aspects of the History of Printing
The Power of Pictures
SELECTED EVENTS
Poetry Reading
Alice Notley 
Conference
Beyond the Text: Literary Archives in the 21st Century 
Open House
International Festival of Arts & Ideas
The Quiet Volume
International Festival of Arts & Ideas
Lecture
Umberto Eco
CONCERTS
 Brass

Yale Collegium Musicum

 Ellington Jazz Series
 
School of Music Fiftieth Anniversary Series

Yale College New Music 
Details and additional events at beinecke.library.yale.edu
BEINECKE RARE BOOK
&
 MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
 
All photos courtesy Sabi Varga@Vargaimages
New Haven Studio
70 Audubon Street, New Haven, CT 06510
Shoreline Studio
200 Village Walk, Guilford, CT 06437
For enrollment forms and information contact:
 administrator@newhavenballet.org | 203-782-9038
www.newhavenballet.org
Spring
Session
 January 28–June 8, 2013
AGES 3 – ADULT
March
2013
3
 
Letter from the editor
As the September 2012 issue of
The Arts Paper 
focused on New Haven’s culinary offerings and theNovember 2012 edition celebrated the city’s architecture, this edition explores New Haven’s dance scene.While they might seem rather tidy, “themed” issues are, to some degree, troublesome publications in thatwhat they exclude is as apparent as the information they so subjectively include. What such a discipline-specific focus does offer is a sense of what Greater New Haven has to offer in that area, beyond the obvious.As it has in past years, this issue of
The Arts Paper 
provides an overview of Wesleyan University’s Dance-Masters Weekend. Here again, we’ve made no attempt at comprehensiveness. What we have done (we hope)is given you some extra incentive to attend this substantial event.Hank Hoffman’s “Artists Next Door” profile this month introduces readers to Sydney Skybetter, a choreog-rapher who “contends that New Haven could be a burgeoning dance hub in its own right,” as Hank tells us inhis article, and whose recent relocation to New Haven carries the promise to make that happen.In her dance-focused story, Arts Council communications manager Amanda May writes about James Atkin-son’s desire to “make everyone a fan of ballet,” which is essentially the mission of his New Haven- and NewYork-based Classical Contemporary Ballet Theatre. Amanda also lets us know in this edition of
The Arts Paper 
 about Pilobolus’ local education initiatives.In our monthly “The Arts Council sounds off …” feature, Julie Trachtenberg, the organization’s develop-ment and marketing director, talks about the experience she had at a dance event in the Yale University ArtGallery’s lobby. And with our new, “Best Of” feature, we showcase five dance-related films worth watching.In addition to these stories and others, we offer you this month a more responsible publication, in physicalterms. In an effort to reduce our carbon footprint, we’re now printing
The Arts Paper 
on more environmentallyfriendly paper and using soy inks. We hope you’ll do your part (in part) by recycling this publication onceyou’ve finished reading it. Another edition of
The Arts Paper 
will arrive soon thereafter. With the April 2013issue of
The Arts Paper 
, we’ll begin to examine the intersection of art and science, where it exists here in NewHaven. And with future editions of the publication, we plan to explore other interest areas and the individualsworking therein, while covering the city’s arts scene and artists as enthusiastically and comprehensively aswe’re able.Sincerely,David BrensilverEditor,
The Arts Paper 
Arts Paper 
ad andcalendar deadlines
The deadline for advertisements and calendar listingsfor the April 2013 issue of
The Arts Paper 
is Monday,February 25, at 5 p.m. Future deadlines are as follows:
May 2013:
Monday, March 25, 5 p.m.
 June 2013:
Monday, April 29, 5 p.m.Calendar listings are for Arts Council members onlyand should be submitted online at newhavenarts.org. ArtsCouncil members can request a username and passwordby sending an e-mail to amay@newhavenarts.org. TheArts Council’s online calendar includes listings for pro-grams and events taking place within 12 months of thecurrent date. Listings submitted by the calendar deadlineare included on a monthly basis in
The Arts Paper.
Welcome, new members
The Arts Council proudly welcomes new membersSophie Aston, Michael Bond, Wojtek Borowski, MiggieBryan, Ian Christmann, Joan Handschumacher, EllenHoverkamp, Martha Lewis, Louis Nargi, Hank Paper,Dawn Rudd, David Silverstone, Betsy Spivak, JessicaSpivak, Shari Stelzer, Charles M. Triest, and Q River Cre-atives, LLC.We thank you for supporting us in our mission to pro-mote, advocate, and foster opportunities for artists, artsorganizations, and audiences. Because the arts matter.

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