New Haven Arts
New Haven is a city filled with creative and performing arts. The New York Times referred to New Haven as having "Art everywhere you look." It's home to nationally recognized theaters and music venues, art galleries, dance studios, museums, public art, festivals, creative arts schools and much more. New Haven is known for its vibrant and unique history in arts and culture and proudly welcomes visitors to explore "Big Art in a Small City."
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Westville Village Renaissance Alliance
The Westville Village Renaissance Alliance's (WVRA) mission is to partner with local businesses, residents, and public and private institutions to foster economic revitalization, community engagement and cultural vitality in Westville Village.
White Space GalleryArts education, Galleries
- Mon-Fri: 10am - 5pm
White Space Gallery/DaliLithographs.com is a division of ARA Productions, LLC, located near Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Our philosophy is that everyone should be able to afford fine art. We will always stand behind our artwork and its authenticity, and take seriously the act of passing on the pride of ownership to our clientele. Our Fine Art Consultants are very knowledgable and will be happy to assist you with any questions you might have regarding any of the art or artists we represent.
Whitney Humanities CenterArts education, Film, Galleries
- Mon-Fri: 9am - 5pm
The Whitney Humanities Center is an interdisciplinary institution that reflects Yale University’s longstanding commitment to the humanities. The Whitney promotes research and scholarly exchange across fields and is especially committed to supporting the activities of faculty and students whose work transcends departmental boundaries. The Whitney is also the home to a broad-based intellectual community defined by a distinguished fellowship that meets weekly, as well as housing the Humanities Program, an interdisciplinary council of scholars from eleven departments responsible for two of Yale’s most prestigious interdepartmental undergraduate programs: Directed Studies and the Humanities major. Beyond this, the Whitney hosts a wide array of events, from international symposia and lectures that bring prominent visitors to the university to small "working groups" that meet regularly for a free and informal exchange of ideas among faculty and students on topics of more than disciplinary interest.
Wooster Square Historic DistrictHistorical sites
The Historic Wooster Square Association (HWSA) is dedicated to preserving, enhancing and celebrating the Wooster Square neighborhood of New Haven, Connecticut. The Wooster Square Historic District became a local historic district (New Haven's first!) on June 11, 1970, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on August 5, 1971.
HWSA was founded in the 1980s as a homeowners association concerned with protecting the 19th century architecture surrounding Wooster Square. It is part of the not-for-profit Wooster Square Conservancy. Our mission continues and now includes addressing the needs and concerns of the larger community, a rich mixture of vibrant people and fascinating cultures.
Wunderlee ArtsArts education, Music & Concert Halls, Public art, Theater315 Peck St #3rdNew Haven, CT203-589-5377Payment Types: Cash, CheckWe Offer: Tours
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