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Each hole is designed by a local artistor local artist-team. Featuring holes byHeather Bizon, Matthew J. Feiner, SilasFinch, Make Haven, Willie Hoffman,Rocko Gallipoli, Linda Lindroth + CraigNewick + Jeff Carter, Dana Scinto, andStereoMedia (Ian Applegate/JimmyDay).The installations are free to visit. Clubsmay be rented for $5, includes balls,specially designed badges and souvenirscorecard.Organized by Michael Galvin, ArtspaceGallery Manager and Visual ArtsCoordinator.
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This temporary 9-hole course, fun for the whole family, can be playedin 35 minutes.
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Illuminate On9 celebrates New Haven’s rich arts scene with LAMP(Light Artists Making Places), Artspace’s City-Wide Open Studios, anda Creative Crawl through New Haven’s Historic 9th Square. Luminariawill line pathways through 9th Square to showcase light installationscreated by local artists. There will also be a musical performance anda projection by Music Haven’s orchestra.
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LAMP is New England’s premier light event, this year focusing onNew Haven’s historic “Great Shippe” of 1647. Tonight, this mysterious“Phantom ship” of the colony of New Haven will return from her ill-fated voyage. Artists will project illuminations, both large and small,using a variety of old and new technology. Featuring works by VickiDaSilva and Mark Mulchay and Connecticut’s Projects 2K. Madepossible by 9Arts, with support from Connecticut Ofce of the Arts,New Haven’s Ofce of Art, Culture and Tourism and Projects 2K.
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Musicians, brass players, and marching bands convene rom allover town to jam in the rill Hall. heck cwos.org or the ullschedule.
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Organized by Michael Galvin and aleb Hendrikson.
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