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The New Haven Register on the 2011 Season Announce

Click here to read Donna Doherty's piece on the 2011 Festival announce.

Frank Rizzo on the Festival's 2011 Season

Click here to read Frank Rizzo's blogs about The Cripple of Inishmaan.

Click here to read Frank's announcement for the Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma.

New Haven Independent Breaking Arts - Yo Yo and IFAI

Click here to read the New Haven Independent's coverage of the Festival announcement.

Chamber of Commerce backs Malloy budget plan

Click here to read the New Haven Register article about Governor Malloy's visit to the New Haven Chamber. Executive Director Mary Lou Aleskie is quoted on her thoughts about the Governor's budget...

CT Freedom Trail Website is now live

The CT Freedom Trail Website has been launched! To view, visit http://ctfreedomtrail.org/.

Look for more information regarding the CT Freedom Trail on www.artidea.org starting in mid-March...

Jafferis’ “Stuck Elevator” Headed To Sundance

Read this article from the New Haven Independent's Breaking Arts section about Aaron Jafferis, Festival alum, on the success of his show "Stuck Elevator."

Governor Malloy: Connecticut is back on the map

Read this official press release from the office of Governor Dannel P. Malloy on bringing CT back into the tourism spotlight.

Errol Morris film to be featured at the Whitney Humanities Center this Thursday

To continue our celebration of Errol Morris' films, the Whitney Humanities Center will be screening his most recent work!

What: Errol Morris: A Lightning Sketch (2011)
When: Thursday...

Cathy Edwards, Coast to Coast Curator

Culturebot interviews Festival Programming Director Cathy Edwards on vision, curating and how she got there.

Read more by clicking here.

New Haven Register's "Best of 2010": Arts administrators never let us see the effects of the recession

Click here to read the article by New Haven Register Arts Editor Donna Doherty, which mentions the performances of Gare St. Lazare Players' Moby Dick, Philip Glass, Lucinda Childs' Dance, Amrita...

New York Times book review of “Representing Justice” by Yale Law School professors Judith Resnik and Dennis Curtis

Click here to read the New York Times book review of “Representing Justice” by Yale Law School professors Judith Resnik and Dennis Curtis, which Randy Kennedy calls "an academic treatise on...

Give to the Festival through giveGreater.org and make your dollars go farther

The Festival needs just 28 more people to donate $50 each by December 31, 2010 to be eligible for an extra bonus gift - up to $3,000 - from the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven. Click...

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