As part of The Open Source 2021 Festival, Artspace is looking past its gallery walls onto the streets of the Ninth Square, seeking conversations with our neighbors; commissioning three Greater New Haven artists, Amira Brown, Alexis Robbins, and Elida Paiz, to create video installations challenging the dichotomies between interior and exterior, inside(r) and outside(r), belonging and not-belonging.
Hosted by Town Green District, the New Haven Night Marketis downtown NHV’s evening bazaar, gathering all to celebrate the vibrant New Haven and Greater New Haven community’s entrepreneurs, art, music, food, drink, culture and more!
MakeHaven will have a space set up, showcasing the creations of some of our members both for sale and for the sake of sharing with the community. Stop by and say Hi!
Contrary to popular belief, crocheting is not just for people of a certain generation! Crochet is for anyone who is interested! Join CIR Ceresa Newsome at Ives Squared to learn how to crochet a granny square.
In this session, users will learn how to work a crochet chain stitch, how to work the double crochet stitch, how to work a granny cluster, how to make a granny square, and how to read a crochet pattern.
Growing mushrooms requires a different technique from growing leafy plants. Pick up everything you need to start cultivating culinary fungi. If you pick up a Take and Make kit from the main branch of the NHFPL, you'll have everything you need to get started with growing tasty Golden Oyster mushrooms. Call the library at 203-946-8130 ext. 140 between July 12-24 to reserve your kit.
Details: A panel of four successful CT entrepreneurs answer questions about making it in our state, recently ranked the #4 most innovative in the nation. How does a tech startup succeed in Connecticut? What makes our state a good place to launch a business? What kind of help/resources are available? What obstacles arise, and how did you overcome them? If you’re an entrepreneur or investor, considering the possibility of launching a business, or work with startups, this "can’t-miss" one-hour discussion should be invaluable.