Erin Donar
Scully ’40 awarded Nichols Prize

Vincent J. Scully Jr. ’40, widely considered one of the nation’s foremost architects, has been selected as this year’s recipient of the Urban Land Institute […]

An American journalist in West Africa

This summer, as many of my colleagues interned at newspapers in New Haven and around the country, I decided to try something totally different. I […]

Designing a building, without drawing it first

A new exhibit at the Yale School of Architecture features kissing robots, material from a music video, and other designs focused on the idea of […]

Sprague Hall opens with jazz, classical guitar

On Sept. 5 and 6, the newly renovated Sprague Hall was christened with performances by jazz legends The Heath Brothers and Grammy Award-winning classical guitarist […]

Library experiments with creative fusion: art, and the poems it inspired

A new exhibit at the New Haven Public Library showcases the fusion of prints by a New Haven artist and the poems that her artwork […]

Claire’s buzzes with coffee-themed art

Connecticut artist David Marshall has taken the all too familiar act of watching the clock at work and used it as an inspiration for art. […]

York Sq. displays more than movies

While waiting for a movie to start at the York Square Cinema, instead of buying popcorn and candy, patrons can view art in the York […]

Brandt exhibit to open at British Art Center

From now through July, prints by Bill Brandt, one of the most widely regarded photographers of the 20th century, will be on display at the […]

New hybrid ‘anthem’ combines politics, art

At a children’s concert performed by the Yale Concert Band on Sunday, in front of rows of strollers and restless youngsters, Music Director Thomas C. […]

JE hosts art exhibit of the Pergamon Altar

For the next two months, visitors to the Jonathan Edwards Master’s House can see something not normally found inside a Yale building: a 400-foot altar. […]

Protesters simulate war zone on Chapel St.

Along Chapel Street Wednesday afternoon, people dressed in “blood”-covered bandages fell to the ground amid the piercing sounds of air-raid sirens, aiming to create the […]