More than quality of life, the Arts are a way of life in Greater New Haven. Visitors enjoy arts and culture on a grand scale in Greater New Haven. Works by Constable, Monet, Warhol and other legendary artists on display are just the tip of the paintbrush. Prefer your art al fresco? Stroll the Madison Sculpture Mile or download the walking art tour maps of New Haven and Yale University. Don’t miss Hillhouse Avenue lauded by both Charles Dickens and Mark Twain as “the most beautiful street in America.“ There is more to our art scene than the celebrated artists of yesteryear. Local galleries showcase the painting, pottery, sculpture and jewelry created by local artists. Yale Repertory Theatre, Shubert Theatre and Long Wharf Theatre produce award-winning plays featuring current stars as well as up-and-coming actors. The music scene includes landmark pieces from the Yale School of Music, jazz at Firehouse 12 and the latest red-hot bands at College Street Music Hall. For assistance locating specific venues and events, download the Arts Council of Greater New Haven’s app for both the iPhone and Android from arts CALL 1-800-332-STAY 11 Josef Albers, Homage to the Square: Festive, 1951. Oil on Masonite. Yale University Art Gallery, Gift of Anni Albers and the Josef Albers Foundation, Inc., 1977.160.32. © 2017 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Music on the Green Stephen Ciuccoli