Yale Cabaret, 217 Park St., New Haven. A theatre run by graduate students of Yale School of Drama with a different show every weekend. It has been a hotbed of theatrical experimentation since 1968. Hours vary seasonally. 203-432-1566, yalecabaret.org Yale Repertory Theatre, 1120 Chapel St., New Haven. Yale Rep is a leading professional American theatre dedicated to the production of new plays and bold interpretations of classics that make immediate connections to contemporary audiences since 1966. 203-432-1234, yalerep.org CINEMA Cinemark, cinemark.com • Connecticut Post 14, 1201 Boston Post Rd., Milford. 203-783-1404 • North Haven and XD, 550 Universal Dr., North Haven. 203-234-8100 Criterion Cinemas, 86 Temple St., New Haven. New Haven’s luxurious first run theater dedicated to bringing the finest in motion picture entertainment. Criterion Café features wine, beer, and fresh ground coffee. 203-498-2500, bowtiecinemas.com Holiday Cinemas Stadium 14, 970 North Colony Rd., Wallingford. 203-265-6911, holidaycinemas10.com Madison Art Cinemas, 761 Boston Post Rd., Madison. Movie theater with an artistic flair in the center of town. 203-245-3456, madisonartcinemas.com Regal Cinemas Branford Stadium 12, 325 East Main St., Branford. Features new releases. Open daily including holidays. 844-462-7342 ext. 440, regmovies.com MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES Art & Architecture Gallery, 180 York St., New Haven. Paul Rudolph’s building houses the Yale School of Architecture. During the school year, the school presents lectures and symposia and, in its gallery, exhibitions illuminating various aspects of the history and practice of architecture, including an annual exhibition of student work. The public is welcome at all events. 203-432-2288, architecture.yale.edu Artspace, 50 Orange St., New Haven. Artspace is a visionary and dynamic non-profit exhibition space in downtown New Haven supporting emerging artists and building new audiences for contemporary visual arts. Wednesday & Thursday noon-6 p.m.; Friday & Saturday noon-8 p.m. 203-772-2709, artspacenewhaven.org Branford Art Center & Gallery, 1229 Main St., Branford. Branford Art Center Gallery hosts over 20 artists and artisans displaying representational and contemporary fine art and exquisite jewelry and pottery. Wednesday-Sunday 11 a.m. – 5p.m. 203-208-4455, branfordartcenterct.com Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, 121 Wall St., New Haven. The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library contains the principal rare books and literary manuscripts of Yale University. The library has room in the central tower for 180,000 volumes and in the underground book stacks for more than a million volumes. The white, gray-veined marble panes of the exterior are one and one-quarter inches thick. These marble panels filter light so that rare materials can be displayed without damage. The Gutenberg Bible, the first Western book printed from movable type, and Audubon’s Birds of America are on permanent exhibition. 203-432-2977, beinecke.library.yale.edu City Gallery, 994 State St., New Haven. City Gallery is an artist run gallery featuring contemporary art. Exhibitions of painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, papermaking and/or mixed media rotate monthly. Thursday-Sunday noon-4 p.m. 203-782-2489, city-gallery.org DaSilva Gallery, 897 Whalley Ave., New Haven. Contemporary art gallery, exhibiting most exciting works of established and emerging artists from around the corner and the world. 203-387-2539, dasilva-gallery.com Firehouse Art Gallery, 81 Naugatuck Ave., Milford. The former Walnut Beach Fire Company #3 features high quality arts and crafts and complements its showings with a variety of special events. Free. Friday-Sunday noon-4 p.m. 203-306-0016, milfordarts.org Fred Giampietro Gallery, 1064 Chapel St., New Haven. Fred Giampietro showcases exceptional examples of Emerging Contemporary Fine Art and Folk Art from the 19th century through the present. The gallery presents several shows annually. Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m. 203-777-7760, giampietrogallery.com Gallery 53, 53 Colony St., Meriden. A non-profit organization dedicated to the cultural enrichment of the community. Founded in 1907, it is one of the oldest visual arts organizations in the state of Connecticut. Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 203-235-5347, gallery53.org Greene Art Gallery, 29 Whitfield St., Guilford. The Greene Art Gallery was founded in 1977 by Richard B. Greene. The gallery has represented hundreds of professional artists since then and has held over two hundred openings for artists’work. Seasonal, Wednesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-4 p.m. 203-453-4162, greeneartgallery.com Guilford Art Center, 411 Church St., Guilford. Non- profit school, shop, and gallery. Classes in ceramics, metalsmithing, weaving, painting, and more. Gallery presents juried and invitational exhibits. Shop features handmade American crafts. Tuition charged per class; entry to gallery and shop is free. Monday- Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sunday noon-4 p.m. 203-453-5947, guilfordartcenter.org Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University, 3011 Whitney Ave., Hamden. Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum offers an unflinching study of the Irish Famine (1845-52) that both commemorates and educates. Free. Wednesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thursday 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday 1-5 p.m. 203-582-6500, ighm.org Kehler Liddell Gallery, 873 Whalley Ave., New Haven. Kehler Liddell Gallery (KLG) is a cooperative gallery owned and operated by member artists to represent, present, promote and sell work of local contemporary artists. Thursday & Friday 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m.–4 p.m. 203-389-9555, kehlerliddellgallery.com Knights of Columbus Museum, 1 State St., New Haven. The Museum features world-class exhibitions of artwork and history, particularly those representing the heritage of Catholicism. It also maintains a permanent gallery of the K of C’s annals, as well as one dedicated to its founder (and sainthood candidate), Father Michael J. McGivney (1852- 1890). Its permanent collections of Christopher Columbus and papal memorabilia are also on regular exhibition. Renowned for its annual Christmas crèche show. Free admission and parking. Open daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 203-865-0400, kofcmuseum.org Martha Link Walsh Gallery, 188 North Main St., Branford. Where everything you see is a work of paper, a work of imagination, a work of art. Select from original artwork, framed prints, custom stationery, and a unique selection of gifts. Tuesday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 203-481-3505, marthalinkwalsh.com Public Art at Yale, New Haven. The statue of Revolutionary War hero Nathan Hale and Maya Lin’s The Women’s Table, are but two of the many treasures visible around the campus. Take a self- guided tour by downloading a guide from yale.edu/ publicart. 203-432-2300 Reynolds Fine Arts, 96 Orange St., New Haven. The mission of Reynolds Fine Art is to promote contemporary art by emerging and established artists. Free. Tuesday-Thursday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Friday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 203-498-2200, reynoldsfineart.com ARTS CALL 1-800-332-STAY 13 Famine Cart at Ireland's Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University, Hamden Frank Behan