Rachel Boyd
China may open doors to Eli architects

Architecture students could soon escape their New Haven studios and move with their sketchbooks to Asia, pending a decision by administrators tentatively considering the addition […]

Student brings art to hospital

Catharine Balco’s ART ’07 expertise isn’t limited to the canvases in her studio. This painting student has a flair for making colorful window collages, simple […]

LeWitt exhibition to open

Over 50 Sol LeWitt wall drawings, many of which already do or soon will belong to the Yale University Art Gallery, will be installed over […]

UAE draws arts schools

A desert island teeming with mangroves and gazelles may seem like an unlikely site for a Yale arts program, but the government of Abu Dhabi, […]

Art School apps surge

The Yale School of Art received a record 1,215 applications this year, a 15 percent jump from last year, reflecting the added popularity of MFA […]

Mice, pests scurry through dorms

  Sitting in his common room last fall, Dan Geoffrion ’10 was surprised by an unexpected visitor — a mouse. He and his suitemates chased […]

Library aims to digitize most media

The University is now almost halfway to its goal of digitizing 180,000 images in preparation for moving its collection of slides and mounted photographs to […]

Restored Kahn gallery to reopen

The Yale University Art Gallery, the first major commission of renowned modernist architect Louis Kahn, is about to reopen to the public after a three-year, […]

Photography class enrollment falls

Phoebe Rounds ’07 has found an intimate atmosphere in a traditionally popular and crowded class, as one of only six students in a section of […]

Meyers to stay at YCBA

Amy Meyers GRD ’85 first set foot in the Yale Center for British Art on the day of its opening in 1977. She originally arrived […]

Student art center proposed

As administrators work to expand Yale’s arts facilities, one project under consideration is a new student center for the arts that could offer students space […]