Reality TV show to crown contemporary-art star

The winner of a new reality TV series will be awarded "a gallery show, a cash prize and a sponsored national museum tour," according to a story in The New York Times.

What do you think about this?


Were you on the bus?

Saturday, five CT Transit bus routes featured live performances including those by poet Deborah Elmore, the New Haven Theater Company, djembe master Lansana Touré and dancer Mabinty Keira, The Viola Question, and Urban Concept.

The program was called Exact Change.

Were you part of the experience? If so, tell us what you thought.


All Michael, all the time ...

Check out a collection of today's front (newspaper) pages. What are your thoughts about the continuing coverage of Michael Jackson's death?

"White Collar. Blue Collar. Pink Slip."

Have you experienced the Arts Council's White Collar. Blue Collar. Pink Slip. exhibition at The Parachute Factory?

Allan Appel recently wrote about the show in the New Haven Independent.

The exhibition, which includes this image by David Ottenstein, explores the uncertainties, anxieties, and rewards of the workplaces that shape our identities. It is the first of a two-part exhibition called Work/Place, which examines the environments on which our survival depends. The second part of the exhibition, Out of House and Home, opens in October.


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