“Breaking Arts,” an online column sponsored by The Arts Council of Greater New Haven and the New Haven Independent, has released a feature article covering the Alice Washburn House Award given to David D. Harlan Architects for the design of Extown Cottage.
The New Haven Independent “features daily reports and diverse public discussion about news in New Haven neighborhoods, government, politics, criminal justice, schools, business, arts and culture… and is produced in conjunction with the Online Journalism Project, a not-for-profit effort to promote professional-quality ‘stand-alone’ and ‘hyperlocal’ news sites on the Internet.”
“Local Architect Wins Design Award,” by David Brensilver. Published in “Breaking Arts” June 28, 2012.
“The International Festival of Arts & Ideas is a 15-day festival of performing arts, lectures, and conversations that celebrates the greatest artists and thinkers from around the world. Each June, the Festival takes over the theaters, open spaces, and courtyards of New Haven, Connecticut with performances and dialogues that tickle the senses, engage the mind, and inspire the soul.”
One of the most exciting opening lectures will be by Phillipe Petite, infamous for his hire wire walk between the World Trade Center towers in 1974. He will be speaking at Yale University Art Gallery on June 16 at 3 pm. A screening of Man on Wire will be shown at 11 am.
The festival runs from June 16-30, 2012. View the schedule of events here!
How healthy is your home? The city of New Haven is starting a program to help you find out.
Visit their website to see how you can make your home more sustainable and efficient.
Photo: New Haven by David Harlan