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Friday, October 26, 2007


Here are recent articles about Connecticut artists and showings found via local news-links.

Judy Birke of The New Haven Register has an article on the latest show at the Hastkins Laboratories: "Environmental Visions: Beauty and Fragility." Birke focuses on the work of Eve Stockton, Jeremy Saladyga, Stephen Grossman, and Torrance York.

Phyllis A. S. Boros of the Connecticut Post reports on 'Contemporary and Cutting Edge,' the latest exhibit at the at the Bruce Museum.

At Reuters, Belinda Goldsmith has a piece on the new popularity of portrait painting and Newtown artist Daniel Duffy. Goldsmith begins: “When artist Daniel Duffy accepted a contract to paint five massive portraits of senior U.S. bureaucrats in eight weeks his colleagues thought he was mad.”

“Hartford Stage is presenting ‘Chick, the Great Osram,’ about the museum's expansive era under its dynamic director A. Everett ‘Chick’ Austin.”
Frank Rizzo of The Hartford Courant reports via three articles: A Man of Vision, Flair and Magic, Whither the Wadsworth, and The Chick Austin Years.

There have also been a load o'articles out on the City-Wide Open Studios. Here are just a few picked from the glut:

Yale to exhibit photographs, games and paintings at art festival: Yale Bulletin article concentrates on the work of Terry Dagradi, Donald Green, and Dr. Jo Kremer.

One man's TV interference is another one's art. By Donna Doherty, New Haven Register. (On W.J. "Bill" Bies.)

Being a doctor gave Joseph Saccio a lot of inspiration as an artist. By Judy Birke- New Haven Register.


Blogger betsy q. bramble said...

what, no recap of the alternative space weekend?

5:51 PM

Blogger Hank Hoffman said...

Good question. I've been swamped the last week and a half, trying to finish up a couple of articles for The Arts Paper, published by the Arts Council of Greater New Haven. As I get paid for those, they take precedence.

But starting today I'm going to catch up on my notes both from the alternative space weekend and, prior to that the Sunday session of the Neighborhoods weekend.

1:35 PM


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