Panel explores artist Katz’s work
On Saturday, visitors to a School of Art panel of artists, critics, poets and writers gained new insight into “Katz x Katz."
Graduate artists showcase thesis work
On Friday, the School of Art’s Green Hall was abuzz with activity as painting and printmaking majors celebrated the debut of their thesis work.
Forum mulls photography
On Tuesday, four photography department heads from the nation’s leading art schools debated the state of academic photography programs through a Museum of Modern Art Forum on Contemporary Photography.
Art school celebrates Alex Katz
The latest exhibition at the School of Art’s Edgewood Gallery celebrates American figurative artist Alex Katz in the largest display ever of his personally owned work. “Katz x Katz,” curated by Robert Storr, dean of the School of Art and longtime friend of Katz, includes 70 works from Katz’s private collection, many of which have »
Art Trade expands visual arts scene
Undergraduates bored by the blank walls of their dorm rooms will soon have a new decorating option from Art Trade, Yale’s newest undergraduate art group.
Art history major develops new requirements
In December, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences will vote on changes to the History of Art major that may make it easier for students to plan cross-cultural schedules.
A transformative force in Yale art, Chaet dies
Bernard Chaet, a former chair of Yale’s Art Department who taught for almost 40 years and saw the transformation of the department into a nationally ranked professional school, passed away Tuesday. He was 88. Chaet emphasized the importance of art as a discipline for those of all academic backgrounds and taught his students to think »
Cycling team beats Ivy League competitors
Twenty-seven members of the Yale Bulldog Cycling Club spent Saturday and Sunday racing up and down East Rock in the fourth annual Lux et Velocitas race. The race, contested by members of Yale’s cycling club, was the seventh of nine consecutive weekend races in the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference. It drew approximately 300 athletes from »
“Sunday in the Park” debuts at Yale
Art comes to life in “Sunday in the Park with George,” Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Pulitzer Prize-winning musical that opened Thursday at the Off-Broadway Theater. The 1983 musical was inspired by post-impressionist painter Georges Seurat’s “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte.” When Lapine and Sondheim saw the work hanging in »