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Scene On Your Screen, Ep. 6

In this week's Scene on Your Screen, our Louise Endel Community Engagement Manager, Aleta Staton; Curator of Ideas Programming, Elizabeth Nearing; and Tour Program Manager, Denise Santisteban, share...

COMPAGNIA DE' COLOMBARI - MORE OR LESS I AM, EPISODE 1: JOURNEY

Inspired by Walt Whitman’s revolutionary poem “Song of Myself,” the international collective Compagnia de’ Colombari combines fiddle and flute, dance, sea shanties, opera, and poetry in a declaration...

Scene On Your Screen, Ep. 5

In this week's Scene on Your Screen, our Louise Endel Community Engagement Manager, Aleta Staton; Curator of Ideas Programming, Elizabeth Nearing; and Tour Program Manager, Denise Santisteban, share...

DINNER STORIES #1: TRAVEL

Sit down to dinner in the comfort of your own home and enjoy three New Haven storytellers sharing stories on the theme of travel.

STEPHANIE BURT IN CONVERSATION

In this Ideas event—also part of the NEA Big Read—poet Stephanie Burt discusses her book Advice From The Lights (Graywolf Press, 2017), an essential work that asks who we are, how we become ourselves...

Scene on Your Screen Special Edition: Interview with Compagnia de' Colombari

Bobby Asher, Arts & Ideas Director of Programming, interviews Karin Coonrod and Kyle Sanna from Compagnia de’ Colombari about their production More Or Less I Am, performed in 4 parts.

Activist Songbook Virtual Choir #2: Survival Is Resistance

Inspired by Kao Kue, Boone Nguyen, and Carol ZouBy Byron Au Yong and Aaron JafferisFeaturing Diane Phelan

Activist Songbook honors organizers and organizing through collective music-making. Material...

Scene On Your Screen, Ep. 4

This week, our tours program manager, Denise Santisteban, and our curator of Ideas programming, Elizabeth Nearing, share details on our upcoming NEA Big Read events, free dance and storytelling...

SONGWRITING AS RADICAL IMAGINATION: AN ACTIVIST SONGBOOK DISCUSSION

Joined by Activist Songbook Composer Byron Au Yong and Lyricist Aaron Jafferis, a panel of artists/activists will discuss music and its role in activism and democracy. Joined by a panel that includes...

Scene On Your Screen, Ep. 3

Our director of programming, Bobby Asher, and the executive director of the New Haven Pride Center, Patrick Dunn, share the coming week's programming: 3 food events including a Mother's Day brunch (...

Activist Songbook Virtual Choir #1: "We Will Break Free"

Inspired by Susan Hayase, Tom Izu, Masaru Edmund Nakawatase, and Mike Ishii
By Byron Au Yong and Aaron Jafferis

Based on the true story of Masaru Edmund Nakawatase, this song emerges from the...

Scene On Your Screen, Ep. 2

Welcome to Episode 2 of Scene on Your Screen, a weekly update on our virtual Festival programming. Today, our director of programming, Bobby Asher, is joined by our director of marketing, Lara...

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