Annie Radillo
Staff Reporter
Annie Radillo covers museums and visual art. She is a sophomore in Benjamin Franklin College majoring in English.
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Artspace New Haven considers space and time

Artspace New Haven’s most recent exhibition, “Everywhere and Here,” features works inspired by items in the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History. The exhibition, which […]

Artspace exhibition featuring Peabody Museum artifacts
Colorful Calder sculpture returns to Beinecke Plaza

After residing in the Yale University Art Gallery sculpture garden for three years, American sculptor Alexander Calder’s sculpture “Gallows and Lollipops” was moved back to the Hewitt Quadrangle — commonly known as the Beinecke Plaza — on Sept. 8.

Gallows and Lollipops stands in Beinecke Plaza
Yale University Art Gallery curates special exhibition honoring female alumni artists

“On the Basis of Art: 150 Years of Women at Yale” was curated to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Yale’s first female students and display art created by Yale-educated female artists.

Lady Madonna by Audrey Flack.
$150 million gift makes Yale School of Drama tuition-free for present, future students

The school will be renamed the David Geffen School of Drama in honor of the donor.

YUAG acquires a piece by contemporary artist Audrey Flack

As the Yale University Art Gallery prepares to reopen to the public next week, curator Keely Orgeman and others in the contemporary art galleries are working on the display of a newly-acquired painting by contemporary artist Audrey Flack.

The front entrance to YUAG
Scott Wilcox to retire after 38 years at the YCBA

On March 1, 2022, Deputy Director for Collections Scott Wilcox GRD ’78 ’84 will retire from the Yale Center for British Art after 38 years at the center.

Peabody moves two collections to renovated facility on West Campus

This fall, the Peabody Museum of Natural History will finish moving two of its collections to a newly renovated space on West Campus as part of a multi-year museum transformation.

UP CLOSE | Stranded, stuck and sensitive: Upheaval in the world of art loans

The pandemic saw artworks from Yale's collections stranded across the globe. To retrieve the loaned works, art institutions have developed creative strategies that will likely outlive the pandemic.

WYBC presents Ante-Fling 2021

On April 17, WYBCx Yale Radio presented Ante-Fling 2021 — the radio station’s yearly event meant to contrast with Yale’s Spring Fling, which was canceled […]

The Ante-Fling 2021 logo appears on a computer screen.
YDS photography show shows LGBTQ seminarians

A photography exhibition showing the work of Gabrielle Muller DIV ’20 went on view earlier this year in the Divinity School’s Sarah Smith Gallery. The […]

YUAG turns stairwell into “modernist cave”

As part of the partial reinstallation of the Laura and James J. Ross Gallery of African Art at the Yale University Art Gallery, a series […]

The virtual display of African rock art projected onto the Louis Kahn stairwell, Yale University Art Gallery, showing Group of Antelope and Figures, South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal Province, Kamberg, uMgungundlovu District Municipality, Drakensberg Mountains, Christmas Shelter site, 3000 b.c.e.–19th century.