Exhibit explores slavery, British culture

A new exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art aims to shed light on the complex relationship between 18th-century British metropolitan culture and the transatlantic slave trade.

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Scholars talk Indian arts, global trade

A symposium held on Tuesday in the Loria Center aimed to highlight new research in the field of 18th and 19th century Indian art in a variety of media.

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Yale Dance Theater to celebrate Alvin Ailey

This spring, Yale Dance Theater and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (AAADT) group are seeking to provide students with a venue for exploring Ailey’s legacy.

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Students speed date with literary prizewinners

At this year’s edition of the Windham-Campbell Prize Festival, students were offered the opportunity to interact with the winners of the literary award in a more relaxed and intimate setting.

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Sitting down with YCBA curator Martina Droth

“Sculpture Victorious: Art in an Age of Invention, 1837-1901” opens this Thursday at the Yale Center for British Art.

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New concentration to focus on practical filmmaking

A new concentration within the undergraduate art major offers students a formalized way to study film production.

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New YUAG exhibit explores art from the Roman Empire

An exhibit at the YUAG attempts to shed light on questions of culture and identity at the territorial edges of what was once the Roman Empire.

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Senior thesis exhibit showcases various media

Seventeen seniors have created projects now on display at the Green Hall gallery, completing the final component of the undergraduate art major.

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YUAG exhibit showcases Bay Area School artists

An exhibit opening this Friday at the Yale University Art Gallery will bring together the works of five prominent Bay Area School artists.

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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.

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“Night Café” dispute continues

The dispute over the ownership of Vincent van Gogh’s “The Night Café” is receiving renewed attention.

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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.

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