Art School critic named head of design at Met

Susan Sellers GRD ’94, the Yale School of Art’s senior critic in graphic design, will join the staff of the Metropolitan Museum on June 24 as its first head of design. In this capacity, Sellers will work to “cultivate the role of design throughout the institution, overseeing the Museum’s Design Department, which is comprised of […]


Stalled construction prompts discussion of Newhallville’s future

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.


Construction begins on SML nave

A 15-month restoration project of the Sterling Memorial nave, the expansive atrium that greets visitors upon entry to the building, began today, University Librarian Susan Gibbons announced in an email to the Yale community Monday morning. The construction process will restore the nave’s full interior, including its stained glass windows, stonework and woodwork and will […]


UP CLOSE | University galleries fundraise for future

As the YUAG and YBAC face increased costs, the financial sustainability of free entry will be challenged.


In Brotherhood We Trust


YUAG fosters STEM connections

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


Artspace exhibit honors Ghebreyesus

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

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.


Robotics enhances architecture courses

At the School of Architecture, robots are changing the way students approach the design process.


Downtown Crossing construction begins

The Elm City’s Downtown Crossing project, one of New Haven’s largest and most anticipated construction ventures in years, finally began this week.


Yalies named finalists in urban design competition

Five Yale graduate students have created a plan for developing downtown Minneapolis that may win them $50,000. Last Thursday, the Urban Land Institute announced the finalists for its annual ULI Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition, which challenged interdisciplinary graduate-level teams to create a long-term plan for downtown Minneapolis that would increase the city’s value. Yale’s entry […]


YCBA highlights opulence of Edwardian era

Extravagance abounds in the Yale Center for British Art’s latest major exhibition.