Next Up In Westville:
Something Projects Open Call,First Friday/Figure at Kehler Liddell Gallery, Beecher Park Concert + HiFi Pie: Sam Carlson/Patrick Dalton, Tuesday Salsa On the Patio, Improv at Broken Umbrella!
SOMETHING PROJECTS ARTIST CALL
HELLO NEIGHBOR is an exhibition to be held in Westville in October 2022,
curated by SomethingProjects for the Open Source Neighborhood Platform, organized by Artspace New Haven.

Hello Neighbor is a venture that advocates both materials and the synergy of
critical mass participation, through art making as a form of community
engagement.

In the spirit of ‘communion’, we invite artists to think about what
everyday issues motivate them as New Haven citizens? The response can be social or political, it can be about access (to food, housing,healthcare, transportation, private versus public space and the impact of redlining,
etc.); it can illuminate one’s identity as a BIPOC and/or queer person; or
address ideas pertaining to animal rights, the environment, feminism, family
(natural or chosen), immigration, alienation, cultural assimilation, pandemics,
meditation, sports, music, dance, etc.

SALSA WITH ALISA ON CENTRAL PATIO
SALSA in Westville Village The FUN returns
Tuesdays, 6:30pm-9:30pm

Lessons with Alisa and music by Harry Trinidad II

*To find the Location, Google Map 12 Fountain St, New Haven*
FIRST FRIDAY FIGURE/PORTRAIT SESSION
5 Fridays, 6:30pm-9:30pm
Enjoy a group session working from a vintage clad model. Great way to boost your portfolio and hone your skills.

Come work in a fun group drawing session using a vintage clad model courtesy of Vintanthro. FULL DETAILS HERE

DATES: August 5, September 2, October 7, November 4, December 2
NEXT AT KEHLER LIDDELL GALLERY:
September 8 - October 9, 2022

KIM WESTON
JLS GANGWISCH: CADENCE
In CADENCE, Kim Weston and JLS Gangwisch employ abstracted figurative imagery to reimagine anima and experiment with the boundaries of empathy in digital reproduction. 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 2:00-6:00pm
FOLK AT THE EDGE: JAKE BLOUNT WORKSHOP AND LIVE PERFORMANCE

A powerfully gifted musician and a scholar of Black American music, Jake Blount speaks ardently about the African roots of the banjo and the subtle, yet profound ways African Americans have shaped and defined the amorphous categories of roots music and Americana. His 2020 album Spider Tales (named one of the year’s best albums by NPR and The New Yorker, earned a perfect 5-star review from The Guardian) highlighted the Black and Indigenous histories of popular American folk tunes, as well as revived songs unjustly forgotten in the whitewashing of the canon...FULL DETAILS HERE.
CITYSEED EDGEWOOD PARK FARMERS MARKET
Hours: Sundays |10am – 1pm
June 5 – November 20

CitySeed’s Edgewood Park farmers market is a family friendly market set in New Haven’s beautiful Edgewood Park. The Farmers Market is a great way to spend a Sunday morning! You can find fresh local fruits, veggies, prepared food, and more! Shop for fresh local groceries while enjoying a little nature.

Edgewood Park at the corner of Whalley & West Rock Ave
VINTANTHRO MODERN & VINTAGE
BROKEN UMBRELLA THEATRE PRESENTS:
Tuesday, August 9! Doors at 8:30 show at 9
Returning August 20, 8:00pm

We'll ask for donations and/or charge you $10 or so and give you beer. Saturday dates to come and we plan to broadcast all shows WORLDWIDE!

446a Blake Street New Haven
Sunday September 11, 11:00-3:00PM
WESTVILLE ARTS MARKET ON THE PATIO
MARKETS ALL SUMMER LONG ON
SEPTEMBER 11, & SEPTEMBER 18
MANJARES RESTAURANT AND CAFE
Manjares has extended their hours to provide dinner service!
Happy Hour Monday - FRIDAY 4:00-6:00pm
Dinner until 9:00pm
PISTACHIO CAFE
DaSilva Gallery and Frame Shop, 899 Whalley Avenue
Map created by VintanthroModern. Click HERE to see more!
Westville Village Renaissance Alliance | 911 Whalley Avenue | (475) 355 7654 | wvra@westvillect.org |
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