Friday 24th October 2014,
Televisual

ArtSpace Underground: New Haven’s New York Art Party

Aymar Jean Christian March 17, 2010 uncategorized 2 Comments

My good friend Madison Moore has organized an art party in New haven, a kind of hipster-y, New York-cool party in stodgy ol’ Connecticut.

The party, Artspace Underground, is held at Artspace New Haven, a non-profit contemporary art gallery. It has been pretty successful, marketing itself online and getting crowds by hosting popular local and regional bands.

Madison asked me to film a party and put together a short video for publicity and promotion. This is really my first solo film effort — shot and edited in less than 24 hours, so be kind!

Share This Article

About The Author

Aymar Jean Christian is assistant professor of communication at Northwestern University. He writes about media and society for a number of publications. For more information, click the "About" tab at the top of the page.

2 Comments

  1. Barry Miller March 18, 2010 at 7:47 pm

    Mr. Christian: If you check the February 12, 2010 comments page, I’ve left a response to your article “Barry Miller Decries Fame Today” as well as an additional article entitled “Toxic Hollywood” written by Steve Weber at the time of Heath Ledger’s death in January of 2008… a perpetually relevant screed in regards to the recent death of Corey Haim…..there has been a palpable critical shift since the 2009 fiasco towards the original that has now been released in a brand-new restored Blu-Ray DVD..the remake certainly went a long way towards helping restore the original’s reputation as a serious film made as a cautionary tale about the American Dream rather than the template for all things American Idol.

    Barry Miller

Leave A Response