Erin Donar
‘Stuckists’ protest war with art

New Haven, accustomed to the picket lines and passionate speeches that accompany frequent rallies, is now host to a quieter, albeit equally fervent protest. A […]

Juried art competition draws record number of submissions

A new exhibit of the New Haven Paint and Clay Club at the John Slade Ely House displays the prize-winning pieces of local artists. The […]

Drama prof wins nation’s highest award in the arts

This month, Ming Cho Lee, who has been teaching set design to students at the Yale School of Drama for more than 30 years, received […]

Expanded ‘Giant Steps’ brings art ed to hospital

Some of the works of Edgar Degas are on display in the Yale University Art Gallery until May, but a new addition to the gallery’s […]

Worldwide ‘Lysistrata’ readings protest war

In at least three different locations in the Elm City alone, New Haven residents and Yale students joined the world in a theatrical protest for […]

Stern reappointed as dean of Arch. school

Robert A.M. Stern ARC ’65 was appointed to a second five-year term as Dean of the Yale School of Architecture, University President Richard Levin announced […]

‘Matter’ exhibit explores architectural process

A new exhibit from Billie Tsien ’71 and Tod Williams at the Yale School of Architecture aims to show the process of architecture — as […]

Students find solace in music for crash victims

The somber sounds of oboes, violins and cellos played at the Yale University Art Gallery Tuesday afternoon, giving listeners a chance for reflection and meditation […]

IKEA site plan still under criticism

When Marcel Breuer designed the Armstrong-Pirelli Building more than 30 years ago, he probably did not expect to see a blue and yellow IKEA billboard […]

Birdsong indicates brain plasticity

Long-standing beliefs about the ability of the brain to generate new cells have recently been challenged by research into birdsong. Wednesday night, as part of […]

Group gives local boys chance to dance

Creating an interest in dance in middle school aged boys might seem like a daunting task, but a collaboration between the Shubert Theater and the […]