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Monday, June 30, 2008

Artspace info sessions this week on this year's City-Wide Open Studios

50 Orange St, New Haven, (203) 772-2709
City-Wide Open Studios 2008 Information sessions

Press release

Join us this week for six information sessions about the 2008 City-Wide Open Studios! Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, we will be holding six information sessions for artists around New Haven. All sessions are open to everyone, if you live in the neighborhood or not. Please plan on attending to find out the details of this year's festival, all the ways you can participate, how to register and to get answers to your questions.

Join us at one of the following sessions:

Monday, June 30
5:30: CWOS Info Session Downtown at Artspace, 50 Orange Street, New Haven CT 06510

Tuesday, July 1
9 a.m.: CWOS Info Session at Erector Square, 315 Peck Street in New Haven. Meet at Lori's Cafe.
5:30: CWOS Info Session in West Haven at West Cove Studio and Gallery, 30 Elm Street in West Haven. Parking is in the rear.
5:30: CWOS Info Session in Hamden at The Space, 295 Treadwell Street, building H, in Hamden.

Wednesday, July 2
5:30: CWOS Info Session in Fair Haven at Erector Square, 315 Peck Street in New Haven. Meeting will be held in Artist's studio in Building 5, floor 3. Studio C. Follow signs from front entrance to Building 5.
5:30: CWOS Info Session in Westville at Hello My Name is Galllery, 838 Whalley Avenue #4, in New Haven.

And don't miss our sweetest Thursday evening event to date: Pretty Little Cakes!
Thursday July 3: 5-7 p.m.
Pretty Little Cakes: Frost Your Own Cupcake
In celebration of our glorious nation's 232nd birthday, we offer up a supersweet, chocolate-and-vanilla evening of cupcake decorating resplendent with icing, fruit, and artwork. Decorate your own cupcake, and eat it too, based on Grant Lincoln Johnston and Mia Brownell's artwork in our current exhibit, Pretty Things: Confronting Sensuousness. Children and children-at heart encouraged to attend. $2 suggested donation.


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