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Today’s edition is sponsored by the Yale School of Music and the Eli Whitney Museum.
18 Food. Arts. People. Events.
Oct
Detail of installation work by Jesse Peck.
Work, and Play
A photo essay.
The “Game On!” theme of this year’s City-Wide Open Studios has meant lots of games to play, especially last weekend at the Goffe Street Armory.
See and hear Langston Hughes’s musical poem Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz performed by spoken-word artist Kenyon Adams and the Ron McCurdy Quartet, with imagery from the Harlem Renaissance. Learn more →
Actually, attending Armory Weekend was itself a game, with levels (literally), power-ups (snacks in some rooms) and a mission: to see if you could see it all.

For me, even six hours of gameplay wasn’t enough to get there, but it was enough to put together the largest photo essay we’ve ever published.
On Oct. 27, the Eli Whitney Museum’s Annual Meeting hosts Audubon CT’s Important Bird Area coordinator Corrie Folsom-O’Keefe and the exquisite bird images of documentary photographer Gilles Carter. RSVP here →
Photo Key:

1-2. Installation by Jesse Peck.
3. Paintings by Barbara Marks.
4. Installation by Cesar Valdes.
5. Visitors wander the Goffe Street Armory.
6. Interactive installation by Megan Craig.
7. Glitter art by Sue Zola.
8. Doctors Adam Berkwitt, Emma Lo and Rahul Shah in front of interactive installation by Adam Berkwitt and Phil Lique.
9. Ceramics by Avé Rivera.
10. Painting by Sonia Bombart.
11. Paintings by Liz Mullins.
12. Glass work by Jon Amici.
13. Rafters and windows at the Goffe Street Armory.
14. Macro photography by Debra Elizabeth Smith.
15. Painting by Eileen Carey.
16. Painting by MK Wynn.
17. Stained glass by Marion Pritchard.
18. Interactive installation by Christie DeNizio.
19. Sculpture by Gordon Skinner.
20. Handmade card by Janet Beth Brodie.
21. Dancers.
22. Photography by Ed Gendron.
23. A visitor takes in the view from high above the Drill Hall.
24. Interactive installation by Melanie Carr and Bob Gregson.
25. Furniture by Willie Hoffman of Playable Studio.
26. Painting by Afsaneh Djabbari-Aslani.
27. Quilt by Robin Cowie Green.
28. Painting by Vasilisa Romanenko.
29. Painting by Jessica David.
30. Photography by Monica Bunton.
31. Interactive installation by Joe Fekieta.
32. Encaustic by Nikki Korth.
33. Painting by Tim Reimer.
34. Mixed media (struck by shadow and sunlight) by Crystal Claire Clark.
35. Sculpture by Eric Iannucci.
36. Sculpture by Sandy Rabinowitz.
37. Sculpture by Molly Gambardella.
38. Ceramicist Miguel Benitez teaching kids the basics.
39. Painting by Connie Brown.
40. Mixed Media by M Flower a.k.a. Martha Ligos.
 
Written and photographed by Dan Mims.

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CWOS 2016 - Armory Weekend
Location: Goffe Street Armory - 290 Goffe St, New Haven
Online: www.artspacenewhaven.org/cwos-home/altspace
Up Next: Private Studios Weekend
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... a multimedia presentation of Langston Hughes’s poem Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz.
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EWM Annual Meeting
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