Rohan Naik
Staff Reporter
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YUAG-YCBA exhibition examines diversity of Romanticism

For the first time in their history, the Yale University Art Gallery and the Yale Center for British Art are hosting a joint exhibition.

YUAG ‘portal’ connects New Haven, Iran

In a shipping container on Chapel Street, New Haven residents can now virtually transport themselves to the capital of Iran.

“Portal” to Tehran outside YUAG

A new installation outside the Yale University Art Gallery will allow participants the chance to have face-to-face communication with someone on another continent.

Filmmakers can choose between two majors

As underclassmen plan to declare their majors at the end of the semester, those who want to study filmmaking will have two options this year instead of one.

YCBA program honored by national museums organization

For its upcoming “Museum Advocacy Day” next Tuesday and Wednesday, the American Alliance of Museums has chosen to honor the work of the YCBA education department staff by highlighting the center’s newest documentary, which profiles the center’s creative learning program, “Visual Literacy.”

YUAG series exposes Dutch art, one painting at a time

A recently established lecture series at the Yale University Art Gallery seeks to offer viewers an inside look at 17th century Dutch Art.

YUAG brings out obscure side of Whistler

A new exhibition at the Yale University Art Gallery looks to highlight the lesser-known works of an iconic American artist.

School of Art exhibit showcases painting thesis projects

The latest exhibition at the Yale School of Art will give outgoing students a final chance to display the fruits of their labors to the public.

YUAG welcomes new artist-in-residence

Having worked in places ranging from the streets of Brooklyn to the Museum of Modern Art, New York-based artist Daze has found a new home within the halls of the Yale University Art Gallery.

Music Haven campaign to fund new pieces

A local musician and teacher is looking to revolutionize early music education by commissioning new beginner-level music for young students.

Robert Reed, advocate for undergraduate art program, dies at 76

Yale School of Art professor Robert Reed ’60 ART ’62, a renowned painter who taught at Yale for almost 50 years, died on Dec. 26 in New Haven following a long bout with cancer. He was 76.