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 opens three exhibitions centering on W.E.B. Du Bois’ works

On March 26, an exhibition inspired by civil rights activist and writer W.E.B. Du Bois called “W.E.B. Du Bois, Georgia, and his Data Portraits” went […]

School of Art to host first virtual Open Studios event

At midnight on April 10, the website for the first-ever virtual Yale School of Art MFA Open Studios will go live, allowing visitors to view […]

Artspace to hold ‘Love Notes’ fundraiser

Beginning this year, Artspace New Haven has decided to replace their annual Artspace Gala with a fundraising event called “Love Notes.” The event, which will […]

School of Art exhibition ‘To Hear No Echo’ opens

On March 22, the Yale School of Art’s second sculpture graduate thesis exhibition called “To Hear No Echo” went on view. An online version of […]

A photo of an art installation by Saejun Jeenho involving a shredder of Korean clothes hanging from the ceiling
YUAG’s Picasso lecture series reaches close

On March 4, the Yale University Art Gallery launched a virtual lecture series titled “Pablo Picasso at Yale.” In the series, John Walsh ’61, director […]

YUAG modifies artist residency for pandemic

In light of the pandemic, the Yale University Art Gallery partnered with Artspace New Haven to modify its Doran Artist-in-Residence program. Instead of internally selecting […]

Yale Playwrights Festival goes virtual

Over two weekends this month, the Yale Playwrights Festival invited playwrights to present their in-progress plays to a Zoom audience and gather feedback. During the […]

Exhibit on Edith Wharton, fiction and interior design opens online

In an online exhibition called “Edith Wharton: Designing the Drawing Room,” Julia Carabatsos ’20 uses drawing rooms as a lens to look at Wharton’s novels […]

Yale students participate in Met’s first paid spring internship program

Due to a five million dollar gift from philanthropist Adrienne Arsht, the Metropolitan Museum of Art introduced a paid spring internship program for the first […]

An image of Met interns on a zoom call
YUAG gets new Kline and Rothko pieces

On Feb. 25, the Friday Foundation — a foundation dedicated to supporting arts organizations — donated a collection of works by abstract expressionist artists Mark […]

A painting from Franz Kline newly acquired by YUAG.
New School of Art exhibition encourages viewers to ‘cast light on things almost forgotten’

Reflecting on the passage of time and periods of contemplation from last year, School of Art students crafted an exhibition that praises looking backwards called […]