YCBA talk explores post-war British art
Assistant professor of art history at Southern Methodist University Eric Stryker GRD ’10 discussed the connection between sociopolitical conditions and visual art in postwar-Britain.
Renowned dancer to innovate with Yalies
Dance icon, choreographer, filmmaker and performance artist Yvonne Rainer will bring together Yale’s art community for a series of events in February.
YUAG hosts Family Day
This weekend, the Yale University Art Gallery opened its doors to families eager to partake in a host of art-centric activities.
Local dance company funds its own show
Almost Porcelain, a new performance by the New Haven-based dance company Elm City Dance Collective, will premier this spring in large part owing to a fundraising campaign the group launched on Kickstarter. Company members succeeded in raising $5,035 in 30 days — exceeding their fundraising goal by nearly $900. The company is gearing up for »
Talk explores art and bioethics
The theme of death united two seemingly disparate fields — art and bioethics — during a Wednesday talk at the Yale University Art Gallery. The lecture, titled “Art, Empathy and Morality: Exploring the Intersection of Art and Bioethics,” was led by YUAG curatorial fellow Tanya Pohrt and Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics director Stephen Latham. »