Call for Proposals

The Umbrella is excited to open submissions for proposals from Directors for projects which are:

Bold. We are committed to producing work that pushes boundaries and presents challenges; encourages the audience to think and feel.

Daring. Our programs tell stories and spark conversations. We believe that the stage provides a place for new ideas and voices to be heard.

Innovative. Whether you come to see a brand new play or a beloved, time-honored musical, we guarantee that you have never seen a production quite like ours.

ArtTalk Summary: Creativity and Education

Last night, forty five people found their way to The Umbrella Gallery for our second formal ArtTalk, a panel on Creativity and Education.  Priscilla Sanville from Lesley University, Brenna McCormick from Emerson College, and Jennifer Hurley-Wales from From the Top sat on the panel, which was moderated by Michael Goodwin and Tracie Dunn from the Concord River Institute.  At the last minute, Linda Nathan had a family emergency and could not make the event, but her seat was filled by Linda Gerstle from From the Top.

The Umbrella goes to 193 Winthrop Ave, New Haven

The Yale School of Architecture’s First Year Building Project and NeighborWorks New Horizons have teamed up with Artspace and Guest Curator Elinor Slomba to present temporary and permanent artworks throughout the rooms and grounds of the newly constructed house at 193 Winthrop Ave in New Haven, CT. This space is open to the public during City-Wide Open Studios Transported Weekend, October 17 and 18, 12-6pm. This event is free and open to the public.


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