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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YCBA introduces ‘The View from Here’

From Mar. 2 to Jun. 29, the Yale Center for British Art and Lens Media Lab at Yale’s Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage […]

Dance videos give voice to health care workers

To help those experiencing the pandemic from their homes better understand health care workers’ experiences on the frontlines, School of Drama sound engineer Daniela Hart […]

Rocky Horror Picture Show returns to Yale

Determined that the “Rocky Horror Picture Show” must go on at Yale despite the pandemic, the show’s student devotees hosted a virtual showing of the […]

New Medical History Library exhibition examines fragility and loss

Taking advantage of the inability to create in-person exhibits, a new digital exhibition called “Materiality, Fragility, and Loss in the Medical Archive” focuses on fragile […]

Beinecke to make Frederick Douglass and Douglass Family Papers collection available to the public

The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library recently acquired the Walter O. Evans Collection of Frederick Douglass and Douglass Family Papers, which document the life […]

New exhibition at Artspace exhibits ‘Modicum’ of art

A new exhibition at Artspace New Haven titled “Modicum” features work that — despite incorporating all manner of found materials — is all flat. The […]

Students confront inclusivity problems in Yale theater with organizational changes, new groups

Undergraduate theater groups at Yale — some over a century old — are changing long-standing practices and creating new spaces for BIPOC students. And as […]

In latest exhibition, School of Art first years want ‘No Masters’

Some first-year master of fine arts students have decided that they do not want to be called “masters” of fine arts — they want to […]

The search for a new School of Art dean continues

Four years ago, Dean of the School of Art Marta Kuzma broke through the glass ceiling to serve as the school’s first-ever female dean. June […]

Yale Drama Coalition seeks to change casting cycle policy for the first time since 2013

With COVID-19 forcing casting cycles to stray from their usual timelines, the Yale Drama Coalition seeks to further alter its casting cycle policy to make […]

New Artspace installation shows ‘Who Governs?’

A new exhibition called “Who Governs?” at Artspace New Haven celebrates the 60th publication anniversary of the book titled “Who Governs? Democracy and Power in […]