Daniel Mattingly
Local group helps vulnerable city arts

Maintaining a small regional art school is no easy task — as deficits pile up and finances crumble, it is easy to succumb to inexperience […]

British Art Center exhibit features Restoration works

It began as a Ph.D. thesis and a British curator’s unfashionable interest in Restoration art. “What’s exciting [about the Restoration] is that it’s a period […]

City music school gets $25,000 for outreach

Not content to rest on its laurels, the 90-year-old Neighborhood Music School is subtly shifting focus — and getting some financial help in the process. […]

Equestrian strides despite barriers

The Yale equestrian team is young. It is an organization younger than its members, and it has a large — and talented — freshman class. […]

Local churches tussle over artwork

The Center Church on the New Haven Green, founded in 1683, has a past of racial division. In 1820, black members of the congregation, angered […]

Sour economy may boost arts interest

In the midst of an economic contraction and an ongoing terrorist threat, officials said they think Yale’s four arts schools may see an increase in […]

British art faces loss of top two figures

Museum managers who want to oversee the largest collection of British art outside of London are in luck. The Yale Center for British Art has […]

Sprague facelift to add office and practice space

Now that renovations have begun on Sprague Hall, there will probably be concrete barriers and chain-link fences on the College Street sidewalk for the coming […]

Shelter to receive new home

Joe Murphy says his coat is warm enough to spend a night under the Prospect Street bridge. But he would rather be back at Columbus […]

Mayor responds to shady land deal

In September, the Board of Aldermen ordered New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. to develop strategies by Oct. 1 to address a questionable land purchase […]