YUAG symposium explores an artist’s identity
This weekend, members of Yale’s art community spanning different generations and fields of study gathered at the Yale University Art Gallery to discuss the process of identifying oneself as an artist.
Poet reconciles art and religion
Poet, critic and businessman Dana Gioia opened his Tuesday evening lecture in the Woolsey Hall President’s Room with a dramatic reading of a scene from William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It.”
Exhibit explores time, space
For artist Max Budovitch ’13 the intersection between the concepts of time and space takes on a significance beyond the field of art.