This weekend, the School of Art’s graduate departments of sculpture, photography, graphic design and painting and printmaking will welcome the local community into their studios.
March 30, 2016
The second installment of the School of Art’s sculpture thesis exhibition opens Wednesday in Green Hall gallery.
A group of students and professors at Yale are trying to redefine the panel discussion — and consider the intersection of art and athletics.
February 17, 2016
This past Thursday, School of Art Dean Robert Storr announced the establishment of the Robert Reed ’60 ART ’62 Scholarship Fund and the naming of a Green Hall classroom in the late professor’s honor.
November 18, 2015
I have been captivated by the work of South African artist William Kentridge since I first encountered him years ago and have never stopped looking. I fell in love with his stop-motion animations, his use of charcoal drawings on a single piece of paper, the way he allowed erasure marks to bear as much weight as the charcoal itself and his willingness to allow his work to develop slowly, without fixed conclusion.
November 6, 2015
This weekend, the Yale Repertory Theater is putting on two performances of South African artist William Kentridge’s multimedia chamber opera “Refuse the Hour” alongside an exhibition of his work at the Yale University Art Gallery.
November 4, 2015
Basic Drawing challenged me like no other class I’ve taken. I learned about spatial experiences, how to make a drawing convincing, about investing in each mark on the page. It pushed me to my limits and forced me to stretch myself in ways I didn’t know I could bear. Somehow I came out of it, and at the end Professor Reed called me a “goddamn soldier.”
October 16, 2015
A retrospective exhibit of the work of the late professor Robert Reed ’60 ART ’62 opened Monday in the School of Art’s Green Hall Gallery.
October 14, 2015