Dance initiatives expanded
Starting this fall, the University is taking steps to accommodate students’ growing interest in the field of dance.
Artist emphasizes collaboration
Sculptor, painter and writer David Humphrey spoke about exploring himself through his art at a Tuesday lecture at the School of Art. In front of roughly 20 members of the school’s community, Humphrey outlined a narrative tracing his evolution as an artist. The art critic, who also dabbles in music, described the changing nature of »
Poet discusses memories, time
American poet John Koethe likes to experiment with the concept of time. Koethe read selections from his poetry in front of a crowd of roughly 30 members of the Yale community at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library Tuesday afternoon. An essayist and a former professor of philosophy, Koethe read a series of memory »
Arts festival economic boon
This summer, New Haven’s cultural scene peaked during the annual International Festival of Arts and Ideas — and so did the Elm City’s economy.
Interview with Architecture Dean Robert A.M. Stern
Last week, YTV sat down with School Architecture Dean Robert A.M. Stern, head of New York-based firm RAMSA. Stern is the brain behind such iconic structures as the Bush Presidential Library and 15 Central Park West. His firm also designed the two new residential colleges. Stern discussed life, career and how to make it into »
Festival showcases local art
Roughly 300 Connecticut artists will display their work throughout the Elm City this month as part of the city-wide Open Studios Festival.
Vanni exhibit opens at YUAG
An exhibition showcasing works by late Renaissance artist Francesco Vanni opened at the Yale University Art Gallery last Friday.