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For the past eleven years, in collaboration with Wesleyan University’s Dance Department, Center for the Arts Director Pamela Tatge has brought contemporary dance to Middletown from around the world.  On February 27th at 2pm community members are invited to join her at Green Street Arts Center’s Sunday Salon Discussion Series where dance becomes more than […]

“A positive case can be made that [Sherlock] Holmes exerts just as much hold on the world’s imagination today as he did a century ago,” writes Joshua Hammer in a recent essay.  And, he continues, “Conan Doyle’s other alluring creation was London.” It is easy to appreciate the imaginative effort that produced Holmes, master detective […]

Wesleyan University’s Green Street Arts Center’s Homecoming/Family Weekend events were an enormous success. The building was bustling with community members and Wesleyan families, thank you to all who participated during this weekend of wonderful events. On Friday, the entire neighborhood hummed with excitement, as jazz wafted from Green Street’s entry way out into the cool, […]

On behalf of the Green Street Arts Center of Wesleyan University, we invite you to participate in a weekend of engaging and exciting events. Dine & Donate: A Delicious Fundraiser Friday-Sunday, October 22-24 Support the arts simply by dining on Main Street! Download, print, and present this coupon to your server at one of the […]

Come join us to learn about the true story that inspired a legend. The Arthurian legend is perhaps the most important legend in Western society and is still frequently retold and reinterpreted today in literature and cinema.  Wesleyan Professor Jeff Rider has been studying the legend for over thirty years and will be discussing it […]

Sunday Salon Series Brings Wesleyan Professor to Discuss Legacy of Legendary Folk Singer Pete Seeger is very possibly the most important U.S. folk singer of the 20th century, a central figure in the music of social movements from the labor movement of the 1930s to the environmental movement of today. For the past year Wesleyan […]