Shake Shack

New Haven's Shake Shack invites Elm City locals and students alike to enjoy our new ART 25 Gallery. Meet the artists at our ART 25 openings and try our delicious burgers, fries, hot dogs, frozen custard and more in our eco-friendly Shack–with wooden walls made from salvaged bleacher seats from the Yale Bowl.

Shake Shack Gallery Hours

11AM – 10PM, Sunday – Thursday

11AM – 11PM, Friday & Saturday

986 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510

ART 25 Artist Series

Jules Larson

September 1 - November 31 2017

Exhibition title : Mystically Entwined

Artist reception- October 25th, 2017

I am intrigued with creating visual language to interpret experience. My earliest inspiration as an artist was influenced by the Russian mystic, Wassily Kandinsky, who reached into the emotionally provocative aspects of abstract art with intensely saturated and colorful forms. As my work and I evolve, I continue to expand upon the nuances of abstract, ephemeral arrangements as a sort of emotional confession. Using intermingled lines and forms, I attempt to translate, explore, and express individual identity entwined in and influenced by our collective environment.

Mark Williams

January 1 - March 30 2018

Cave Paintings

My work is based on cave interiors, especially the formations of flowstones, stalactites, and stalagmites. Humans have been drawn to caves for a very long time, and I am no exception. During the past fifteen years, I have visited more than 80 caves and photographed the environments. The artwork is inspired by these images.

Reception TBD

Shake Shack facts!

Did you know Shake Shack supported the arts from its inception?! Shake Shack sprouted from a hot dog cart in Madison Square Park in Manhattan to support the Madison Square Park Conservancy’s first art installation. We are proud to support New Haven artists. The New Haven Shack is located on Chapel Street near the New Haven Green and Yale’s Old Campus.