This week in the arts

Tuesday, Oct. 14

The troubled eye: a conversation

The former dean of the Yale School of Art, Richard Benson, will give a gallery talk with a collector and a curator about the photography exhibition on view.

Yale University Art Gallery, 4:00 p.m.

Wednesday, Oct. 15

A most dangerous model: David Cox’s legacy

Scott Wilcox, chief curator of art collections and senior curator of prints and drawings, will give a lecture about the new David Cox exhibit.

Yale Center for British Art, 5:30 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 16-18

1936: Film culture at the brink

This Thursday, the European Studies Center and the Whitney Humanities Center will show a series of 1936 films followed by panel discussions.

Whitney Humanities Center

Saturday, Oct. 18

Western Decadence: You don’t apologize for being a man

A Yale student film, a mixture of revenge and comedy, will “journey to the heart of evil … and back again,” according to the film’s synopsis.

Saybrook Underbrook Theater, 7:00 p.m.

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