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Video Screening and Talk Back with Chloe Bass and Research Assistant Minh Vu

Tuesday, September 8, 6-7:30pm

Chloë Bass is a multiform conceptual artist working in performance, situation, conversation, publication, and installation. Minh Vu is a Ph.D. student in American Studies studying relational Afro-Asian literatures and histories at Yale.

Teaching as a Tool for Change: Angela Davis and Ericka Huggins in conversation

Wednesday, September 9, 4pm

Please join us for a conversation between Angela Davis and Ericka Huggins. Davis and Huggins will discuss the Oakland Community School and other ground-breaking educational work Huggins has been a part of since her early days as a member of the Black Panther Party’s New Haven Chapter. An opportunity for teachers, parents, and others to hear about their work towards radical educational change and how we can still make change for the future.

Fall Art Auction + Fundraiser

Our silent auction has begun! Artists near and far have generously donated their work in support of our programming. Browse lots and place bids before the sale closes on *Wednesday, September 30th at 6:30pm EDT.*

City-Wide Open Studios 2020

October 1-30, 2020

Podcast: Revolution on Trial

Artspace invites listeners to learn about the history and legacies of New Haven’s Black Panthers. Featuring firsthand accounts by Panthers, their lawyers and descendants, this 8-part series reflects on what the government was really after—an end to their Revolution. Listen now.