The exhibit space at Green Hall will feature work by former School of Art professor Bernard Chaet’s students to celebrate his life.

‘A Good Day for Painting’

October 23, 2012 • 0
To honor and reflect on the work and influence of Bernard Chaet, the famed artist and School of Art professor who died last week, the school is launching an impromptu retrospective of Chaet’s students’ work over the course of this week. Chaet, who oversaw the development of Yale’s art department into a top independent professional »
Yale School of Art hosted a screening of the Belgian documentary, “Spectres.”

Augustijnen blurs boundaries between history and art

October 2, 2012 • 0
To engage with the growing trend of incorporating history into art, the Yale School of Art hosted a screening of Belgian filmmaker Sven Augustijnen’s atypical documentary “Spectres.” Set in Belgium and the Congo, Augustijnen’s work delves into the uncertainty surrounding the assassination of a newly independent Congo’s first prime minister, Patrice Lumumba, on Jan. 17, »
The Yale Drama Coalition held a 24-hour theater festival that culminated in the performances of three plays on Saturday night.

Making theater, in 24 hours

September 24, 2012 • 0
Even before the first mainstage show of the new academic year goes up on Yale Repertory Theatre stage on Sept. 27, members of the theater community have already managed to create, produce and perform three shows — in just 24 hours. From 8 p.m. on Friday to 8 p.m. Saturday, the Yale Drama Coalition held »