What's On This Week: June 18-21

The next week of Festival 2019 has so much in store: sensational performances, discussions of art and purpose, plus unforgettable experiences of food, music and workshops. Scroll through some of the highlights to come.

TUESDAY, JUNE 18

NEXT Presents The Cities Project: New Life For New England’s Industrial Past
5:30PM @ Alexion Pharmaceuticals Auditorium


How do we best reuse spaces that contain cultural importance? Join us as we travel around our region and learn about how communities are honoring their industrial heritage while looking to the future. More info on this free event here >

Kronos Quartet: Music for Change: The 60’s - The Years That Changed America
8PM @ Shubert Theater


The renowned Kronos Quartet memorializes the forces behind the “I Have a Dream” speech and celebrates one of the biggest folk singers of the past century, Pete Seeger. Find ticket options and more info here >

More of Tuesday’s events, including TIARE KAHANA SOUTH PACIFIC ISLAND RHYTHMS, STORYTELLING, AND MYTHOLOGY >

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19

Split Tooth
5:30PM @ Alexion Pharmaceuticals Auditorium


Tanya Tagaq explores a world where the distinctions between good and evil, animal and human, victim and transgressor, real and imagined lose their meaning, but the guiding power of love remains. More info on this free event here >

HOME
8PM @ University Theatre


Fusing illusion, choreography, storytelling, live music and homespun engineering, HOME is a life-affirming spectacle about our relationship with living spaces and the bonds that connect us. Find ticket options and more info here >

More of Wednesday’s events, including FAIR HAVEN FARM AND GARDEN TOUR >

THURSDAY, JUNE 20

Without Habits: A Path to Purpose
5:30PM @ Alexion Pharmaceuticals Auditorium


With insight from experts in neuroscience, psychology, medicine, art, and design, Jacqueline Raposo, author of The Me, Without, guides how reframing habits can lead to healing, happiness, and a purposeful personal path. More info on this free event here >

HOME
8PM @ University Theatre


Fusing illusion, choreography, storytelling, live music and homespun engineering, HOME is a life-affirming spectacle about our relationship with living spaces and the bonds that connect us. Find ticket options and more info here >

Tanya Tagaq
8PM @ College Street Music Hall


Tanya Tagaq channels primal humanity and spirituality through her unrestrained sounds, musically blending tradition, emotions and physicality into something you’ve never heard before. Find ticket options and more info here >

More of Thursday’s events, including WRITING WORKSHOP WITH TOTO KISAKU: ONE SQUARE, BILLIONS OF LIVES… WHICH SEEDS FOR THE GREEN? >

FRIDAY, JUNE 21

Collision: Hong Kong Art in New Haven
5:30PM @ Alexion Pharmaceuticals Auditorium


Join Yale-China Arts Fellows Sarah Xiao (dance) and Nicole Pun (visual art) as they share how their residency in New Haven has shaped their art. More info on this free event here >

HOME
8PM @ University Theatre


Fusing illusion, choreography, storytelling, live music and homespun engineering, HOME is a life-affirming spectacle about our relationship with living spaces and the bonds that connect us. Find ticket options and more info here >

Yale Choral Artists
8PM @ Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Hall


The Yale Choral Artists perform captivating and deeply moving choral works by living composers known all over the world who share musical roots in New Haven. Find ticket options and more info here >

More of Friday’s events, including MICHELLE BROOKS-THOMPSON and SURFACE >

To see the line-up of everything that you can explore and experience this summer, check out all of our events at artidea.org/festival.