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CWOS New Haven 2013

CWOS New Haven 2013

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New Alliance Foundation, First Niagara Bank Foundation,Yale University, individual Friends of Artspaceand Sponsors of City-Wide Open Studios
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Artspace welcomes o to t-We Ope tos 2013
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visual artists rom across the State join totake part in the City-Wide Open Studios estival and fll sites andspaces across New Haven so that they may share their creative ideasand working methods with you, the art-curious public. New Havenis well recognized as a hub o entrepreneurship and innovation, andthese artists contribute greatly to the intensity o its activities.Under the new direction taken by the Department o Economicand Community Development in supporting eorts that catalyzeplacemaking, I am delighted we can invest in Artspace so thatit can help us all celebrate the unique workspaces that are thevibrant and proud legacy o our industrial past. It is my privilegeto invite you to discover and rediscover New Haven, as it awakensto showcase itsel as an epicenter or innovative art production andpublic experience.Tis year’s estival theme o the Reveille reminds us that the artsare Connecticut’s home-grown engine making our cities even morevibrant and attractive.I am especially pleased that DECD’s support will allow the historicGoe Street Armory to serve as a estival access point or so many artists and area residents. I hope you will join me in seeing how artists can activate the community’s imagination or what thiscurrently underutilized site can become.Congratulations to all the artists and thanks to the Artspace boardand sta or sustaining this Connecticut touchstone or 16 years!Catherine SmithCommissionerDepartment o Economic & Community Development
dA Find,
Over the last 16 years, I have taken great pleasure in watching City  Wide Open Studios (CWOS) grow rom a one-weekend gathering o artists in a ew studios and storeronts to a multi-weekendestival encompassing various city neighborhoods. For our weekends this year, artists, residents, tourists and art afcionadosarrived in New Haven to see the work o some o New England’sbest artists. Troughout the month o October New Haven isbursting at the seams. CWOS supporters leave their ootprints allover the city. Tey drink at our coee shops, eat at our restaurantsand shop at our stores. Teir excitement is contagious.I want to thank everyone involved with City Wide Open Studios.Te work that you do to make this event happen is commendable.I also want to thank this year’s attendees. I know they will have a great time and hope they discover more reasons to return to ourcity. John DeSteanoMayorCity o New Haven
WO And Ai!
Its my great pleasure to invite you to be part o the City-WideOpen Studios experience, a unique way to immerse yoursel intothe cultural riches o our community. As the oldest and largest not-or-proft alternative art space inGreater New Haven, Artspace seeks to be the region’s premierecultural magnet or artists, through unsurpassed quality, range anddiversity o exhibitions and educational programs, and throughits sustained commitment to improving the quality o lie in ourcommunity.October is one o the best times to experience our eorts. During our City-Wide Open Studios estival, New Haven hums with thecreative energy o a community ully engaged in the production o,and the enjoyment o art.Tis year, a network o curators rom dierent communities willbring a national perspective to the work being produced here, via proessional development workshops and the special educationaltours that punctuate the estival. Whether you are an exhibiting artist or an art explorer, I hope you’ll take advantage o theirperspective.
Tere are so many more ways to enjoy the estival: Browse thehub exhibition at Artspace where every single artist has selectedone work to whet your appetite; join a guided bike tour to seethe neighborhoods where artists live and work; drop in to a demonstration and learn an artist’s techniques;
or just wander thehalls o the vast Armory to stumble upon installations made inresponse to our theme o Reveille.
Or get involved by volunteering at any one o the dozens o distinct studio locations open ordiscovery.Tank you or being part o the celebration!Helen KauderExecutive Director Artspace
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one o GreaterNew Haven’s avorite all events: City Wide Open Studios!Over three weekends, hundreds o artists welcome thousandso visitors in studios both permanent and temporary, or aneducational and recreational event that is one o the largest o itskind anywhere in the country. As Chair o Artspace, I am delighted to welcome you, and to urgeyou to participate as ully as possible in this antastic example o New Haven’s claim to being the Creative Capital o Connecticut.Enjoy!Barbara PearceBoard Chair Artspace
grand opening night
O. 4, 5–A  F!
ome for te gra opeg recepto of WO,meet all te artsts, a sta for a part tatspas te wole egoroo!
Artspace ot, 812 apel treetOpe Weesa–atra 12-3 pm, a Fra 4-7 pmrog noemer 8 | Weater ermttg
Dww’s fs uD 9 hl m lf us.
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.
rand pening eception at Artpace5–9 pBge a | 6 Pm
eor Arma arl tale, trmpeter at te yale coolof sc a Ar Force memer, performs te eelle tokck off te festal. bgle all posore 
mini o | 4–7 Pm
e ot, 812 apel t
This temporary 9-hole course, fun for the whole family, can be playedin 35 minutes.
inate n9 | 6-8 Pm
ocatos trogot nt qare
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.
3rd Annaligt Artit making Pace | 8-11 p
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 Ofce of the Arts,New Haven’s Ofce of Art, Culture and Tourism and Projects 2K.
sc a Art  te drll hall · 290 Goffe treetOctoer 27 + 28
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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.
With support rom
The ot rojects are made possiblethanks to the support o the Nationalndowment or the rtspace
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