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This thriving community arts center in New Haven, serves as a huge canvas for the many upcoming and local artists. The center is a venue for the exhibits of artworks by the talented artists as well as concerts by musicians from across the country. Apart from hosting performing arts events, the center also serves as a melting pot for artists who can meet up like-minded people and indulge in exchange of ideas.
Initiated by a team of young students, this initiative has attracted the attention of art lovers in the city.
Located in New Haven's historic and vibrant downtown area, and bordered by Yale University, Chapel Street and the eponymous historic district that surrounds it have been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984. Take a stroll down the street to check out the plethora of architectural styles represented here in one of New Haven's most well known areas. Nowadays most of the buildings date from the 18th Century through the 20th Century.
New Haven, Connecticut's second largest city is a seaport steeped in a rich history. The city is best known for the learned halls and colleges of the prestigious Yale University campus. The university's three-century old campus is a cultural hub complete with elegant Victorian and Gothic-style buildings, an art gallery filled with an astonishing collection of masterpieces, and a great natural history museum and a rare book library filled with treasures like one of the only surviving Gutenberg bibles. A short way away, the main street, just off the quiet New Haven Green, is full of charming eateries and cozy New England boutiques. Some of the best pizza in the world is rumored to be found here and the dining scene is eclectic and fun. All in all, New Haven is a city that though a little rough around the edges, has plenty to offer those willing to dig a little deeper.
This 14-foot, three sided bronze relief was erected in 1992 to commemorate the the captives of the Amistad and their incredible story. The sculpture stands on the site of the former jail in which they were imprisoned, and depicts Senghe Pieh (better known as Joseph Cinque), the leader of the revolt that started their amazing journey. The three sides of the relief depict the three parts of his story, from before his capture, to his trial, and finally home again.
Famously known as the "most beautiful street in America," the Hillhouse Avenue Historic District is a site that spreads over 18 acres of land. With several traditional homes located here dating to the 19th-century, the site also features homes of some renowned people. The site is worth a visit to watch the beautiful elite constructions of New Haven.