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2017 Season Announcement Party at Alexion Pharmaceuticals Global Headquarters Auditorium, 100 College Street New Haven, CT 06510

March 28, 2017 from 6pm to 8pm
The International Festival of Arts & Ideas unveils the 2017 Festival program at a Season Announcement Party Tuesday, March 28 from 6 – 8pm.June is “Festival Month” in New Haven, with programming beginning June 3. Be among the first to hear about this year’s world premiere performances, co-commissioned works, Ideas Events, Trex, Food Experiences, Pop Up-Festivals, and an exciting new program partnership with the churches on the New Haven Green! Drinks and Light Bites provided by Forks and…See More
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Audition Information: Be part of the audio “cast” of "La Ronde," created by visiting French performance company Projet In Situ. at International Festival of Arts & Ideas

July 20, 2016 at 9am to August 5, 2016 at 5pm
Join us as part of the audio “cast” of La Ronde (The Round), created by visiting French performance company Projet In Situ.We are looking for volunteers to audio-audition to participate in the making of La Ronde, an unusual sensory experience open to the public October 8–16 at the New Haven Armory in conjunction with the ArtSpace’s annual City Wide Open Studios. More info on Projet In Situ: La Ronde >THIS…See More
Jul 20, 2016
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Name of the Organization
International Festival of Arts & Ideas
Contact Person
Kate Fletcher
Job Title
Marketing Associate
Contact phone
2034983708
E-mail
kfletcher@artidea.org
Website
http://artidea.org
Interest
Education, Arts
Description Interest
For 21 years, the Festival has delighted audiences with an outstanding mix of entertaining and inspiring programs. Internationally acclaimed dance, an eclectic array of world-class musicians, breathtaking circus, ground-breaking theatre and engaging speakers define the Festival as our region’s premier arts and culture destination. The June Festival boasts over 170 events and at least 85% are totally free. Year-round programs include special town-hall events, a fellowship program for youth, planning and implementing mini-festivals in inner-city neighborhoods, and our Visionary Leadership Award.

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At 2:59pm on February 10, 2017, Patricia B. Illingworth said…

Nice to make new and exciting friends....thank you.

At 3:40pm on April 1, 2016, Lee Cruz said…

Kate,

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