Artist talks time and painting
Artist Sam Messer ART ’82 began his talk at the School of Art on Tuesday afternoon by reading the definitions of the words “gaze,” “present,” “space” and “sensation.” In his artist’s talk entitled “On Time and Painting,” Messer, a Brooklyn-based painter as well as professor and associate dean at the School of Art, challenged his »
Cargill talks last chance
As the Harvard-Yale game approaches, the news talked to running back Mordecai Cargill ‘13 about his last match as a Bulldog player.
Comedy meets classical music
Aleksey Igudesman and Hyung-ki Joo— a classical music and comedy duo — performed their show “A Little Nightmare Music” to a full house at the School of Music’s Morse Recital Hall on Tuesday night.
Papageorge analyzes YUAG exhibit
On Friday, renowned photographer Tod Papageorge discussed how Robert Adams has left his mark on the world of photography. In front of an audience of about 50 art enthusiasts and aspiring photographers, Papageorge delivered a lecture on the Yale University Art Gallery’s exhibit “Robert Adams: The Place We Live, A Retrospective Selection of Photographs.” The »
OCD Research Clinic preps for future
For the past 25 years, the Yale Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Research Clinic has been at the forefront of groundbreaking research to help the comprehension and treatment of OCD. Under the leadership of Director Christopher Pittenger ’94 GRD ’94 and Assistant Director Michael Bloch, the research center has continued to gain renown for its clinical and »
‘An icon in spite of itself’
Elihu Rubin ’99, assistant professor of architecture and urbanism at the Yale School of Architecture, published his latest book, “Insuring the City: The Prudential Center and the Postwar Urban Landscape,” with the Yale University Press in May. Rubin, a native Bostonian who also works as a documentary filmmaker and city planner, said he became interested »