Tania Tsunik
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Collection of Musical Instruments plans for major renovation

The Morris Steinert Collection of Musical Instruments — a leading institution that acquires, preserves and exhibits musical instruments from antiquity to the present — is […]

Yale School of Art eliminates course fees

Following the removal of course and facility fees for art classes, the School of Art aims to promote equity and openness within the art major.

A new vision for the renovated Yale Peabody Museum

  Following its first comprehensive renovation in 90 years, the Yale Peabody Museum plans to reopen its doors to visitors in 2024 with a new […]

Renovated Yale Peabody Museum will promote accessibility, embrace the goal of community-building

Following the switch to free admission and an extensive ongoing renovation process, Peabody Museum aims to become more diverse and open to the public.

Yale Peabody Museum switches to a “free admission” policy for all

Following its post-renovation reopening in 2024, Peabody Museum will offer free admission to all visitors.

Students to stage outdoor production of Shakespeare’s classic “The Winter’s Tale”

Performed in the Timothy Dwight College courtyard, “The Winter’s Tale” pays homage to Shakespeare and pre-pandemic, unmasked theater.

Yale Cabaret builds community with original comedy ‘Penis Inspection Day’

This weekend, the Yale Cabaret’s Company of Cab 54 will present “Penis Inspection Day” –– an original comedy written by local Connecticut playwright Matthew DeCostanza.  […]

Yale Seniors break boundaries of theater with original immersive play ‘Pandemonium’

This weekend, three Yale seniors will present an original interactive play titled “Pandemonium” as their joint theater studies project.  Inspired by J.M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan,” […]

Yale Dramat presents ‘Not About Kyle,’ its first in-person production this year

This weekend, the Yale University Dramatic Association will present “Not About Kyle” — its first in-person theater production this fall –– as a part of […]

Yale Film Archive opens in Sterling Memorial Library

With a new name and in a renovated space, Yale Film Archive opens its doors to the campus community, offering improved facilities and remarkable campus views.

Picture of Room 708 Film Conservation
Yale student presents a virtual exhibit on Jane Austen’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’

As the University’s safety regulations still pose a challenge to in-person events, one student presents her online exhibit on the publishing history of Austen’s classic novel.