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University of New Haven Students Participate in Documenting City Wide Open Studios

University of New Haven Students Participate in Documenting City Wide Open Studios

Anna Downs, Editor-in Chief

November 15, 2019

Artspace’s City-Wide Open Studios is celebrating its 22nd year. City-Wide Open Studios is a celebration where Connecticut artists come together to showcase their work in pop-up events. University of New Haven communication, film, and media studies students attended the Alternative Space weekend...

Art Space New Haven Brings Art to the City

Art Space New Haven Brings Art to the City

Eli McClain, Contributing Writer

March 7, 2019

Art is designed to evoke emotion, whether it be through dance, music, or visuals. This holds true for Artspace New Haven. Located in Downtown New Haven, the space is far from the typical art gallery experience. Artspace New Haven’s mission is to be a platform for emerging contemporary artists. They ...

Seton Gallery Features ‘At Work’

Seton Gallery Features ‘At Work’

Karina Krul, Student Life Editor

October 13, 2017

Wednesday (Oct. 4) the Seton Art Gallery featured faculty art pieces in an art show that allowed students to see what their professors have been working on. The exhibit featured pieces from David Livingston, Jacquelyn Gleisner, Caroline Valites, Serdar Arat and Luis Victori. Students had the oppor...

Whereabouts Unknown Opens at Seton Gallery

Karina Krul

February 10, 2016

Whereabouts Unknown opens February 11 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Seton Gallery and focuses on the impact of imprisonment on families, exploring the plethora of debilitating consequences. Artist-in-residence, Felandus Thames, Yale Painting and Printmaking Alum ’10, was invited by Gallery Director, Laura Marsh, Yale Sculpture Alum ’09, to transfor...

Transforming Hate

Karina Krul

December 9, 2015

On Thursday Dec. 3, “Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate” opened at the Seton Art Gallery. “Speaking Volumes” is a seven-year old exhibition that traveled to the University of New Haven from Iowa, and began even farther away, in Montana. Artists were given the opportunity to respond to...

New Sculpture Outside Celentano Hall a Piece of Local Art History

Paul carbonella

October 7, 2015

This fall semester, students have been treated with a brand new sight on campus: the large, angular sculpture, composed of slick black steel, newly placed outside of Celentano Hall by local artist, Jonathan Waters. The piece is called Homage for Charles Ginnever. The process of placing Homage outside...

Tree Turbine sculpture

Kaitlin Mahar

February 11, 2015

Upon their return to the University of New Haven for the 2015 spring semester, some students may have noticed a new addition to the copious amounts of beautiful trees and shrubbery. However, as the saying goes, one of these things is not like the other. The new “tree” and its accompanying rock...

UNH adds sixth college

Miriam Correia

September 10, 2014

This fall semester has brought many exciting changes to the University of New Haven, including the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, which has been added as UNH’s sixth college. Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts merged with UNH this past summer and is a four-year, nationally accredited college offering...

An Evening of Art

Patricia Oprea

April 24, 2013

At times it seems that the student art at the University of New Haven doesn’t get enough attention or recognition. And this isn’t speaking solely in terms of visual arts, but also poetry, music, and theater. The annual spring art showcase is a time for students, no matter what the art form, to truly...

Emergence Delirium: Art, Music, and Motion

Isaak Kifle

February 1, 2012

Artists are always finding new and different ways to approach art and cross over the boundaries separating different mediums, methods, and styles of artwork. Whether creating artwork out of musical notations or common household items like box tops and pennies, artists continue to expand the wo...

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