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'Sounds of New Haven': NXTHVN exhibition examines the 'multi-local'

Every year, a cohort of emerging artists and curators gather at NXTHVN, a fellowship program located in the heart of New Haven's Dixwell neighborhood, and "a new national arts model that empowers artists, curators, and the community through education and access to a vibrant ecosystem."

This hour, we hear from Marquita Flowers and Clare Patrick, current curatorial fellows at NXTHVN. Their exhibition, "To Echo A Shadow," explores the links between industrialization and forced migration. We discuss how the Dixwell neighborhood, and its history, were embraced in the exhibition programming.

Plus, former NXTHVN fellow Michelle Phuong Ho discusses what artist community means to her. She recently launched the literary salon "quietly wild."

GUESTS:

  • Marquita Flowers: Curatorial Fellow 2023-2024, NXTHVN
  • Clare Patrick: Curatorial Fellow 2023-2024, NXTHVN
  • Michelle Phuong Ho: Poet; Community Organizer; Former Curatorial Fellow, NXTHVN

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Katie is a producer for Connecticut Public Radio's news-talk show 'Where We Live.' She has previously worked for CNN and News 8-WTNH.
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