“Solstice: Undergraduate Summer Art Exhibition” will be on view at the Green Hall Galleries through Oct. 4.

‘Solstice’ lets the sun in

September 26, 2013
With autumn’s arrival, the undergraduate Art Department is looking back to the heat of summer.
The mini golf art exhibit allows for a creative fusion of play and art appreciation.

Art transforms athletic space

September 18, 2013
Behind the Chapel street bus station, installation art is scoring a hole-in-one.

Study gallery hosts ‘Ghost Town’

September 18, 2013
On the fourth floor mezzanine of the Yale University Art Gallery, “study” has taken on a new meaning.
The Yale University Art Gallery completed its 14-year renovation last December.

Galleries welcome freshmen

September 11, 2013
The class of 2017 became the first group of freshmen to arrive on campus to a newly renovated Yale University Art Gallery.

At the Yale forest, a house with a view

August 29, 2013
Among the lofty pines of the Yale-Myers Forest this summer, a treehouse was built.
A $130 million renovation of Sterling Chemistry Lab, slated for completion in August 2016, will improve the building’s teaching labs.

Sterling Lab to undergo $130 million renovation

August 28, 2013
In May, the University began a project to construct new teaching laboratories for chemistry and biology that is slated to be completed in August 2016.
Lanman-Wright entryways D, E and F, home to Pierson freshman, underwent renovations this summer.

After 20 years, L-Dub undergoes renovation

August 23, 2013
Pierson freshmen will finally enjoy a newly renovated Lanman-Wright Hall.

Stalled construction prompts discussion of Newhallville’s future

June 11, 2013
University President Richard Levin announced that Yale will split the costs of the building project with the City of New Haven in order to see it to completion.
The University’s two art galleries, across from each other on Chapel Street, have adopted dis- tinct fundraising philosophies.

UP CLOSE | University galleries fundraise for future

April 18, 2013
As the YUAG and YBAC face increased costs, the financial sustainability of free entry will be challenged.
This Year, the Yale University Art Gallery is promoting collaboration with public health and other science-related organizations.

YUAG fosters STEM connections

April 3, 2013
The Yale University Art Gallery hosted a tour of artwork connected to issues surrounding public health.

Artspace exhibit honors Ghebreyesus

April 1, 2013
A new exhibit at Artspace pays tribute to the colorful work of Ficre Ghebreyesus ART ’02, the late artist and New Haven restaurateur.

Shovels hit ground on Downtown Crossing

March 25, 2013
New Haven broke ground on Phase 1 of the Downtown Crossing project last Friday, marking the beginning of the city’s attempts to reunify its urban communities.