Veena McCoole
Staff Reporter
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All-female play tackles gender issues

As Hillary Clinton LAW ’73 runs to be America’s first female president, one play at Yale is already seeking to address the notion of female leadership. A modern rendition of Shakespeare’s “Henry IV” opens Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Off Broadway Theater. The all-female cast of 10 represents trans and non-gender-binary actors in a political and theatrical endeavor.

Visions of Yosemite on view at YUAG

In honor of the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History’s 150th anniversary, the Yale University Art Gallery is showcasing a new exhibition entitled “Yosemite: Exploring […]

Silence and Light: Louis Kahn’s Legacy at the YCBA

Tucked on the second floor of a building in the heart of New Haven is the office of Knight Architecture. The 3,000 square-foot studio is […]

YCBA hosts architecture symposium

The Yale Center for British Art hosted a daylong graduate architecture symposium Saturday called “A Beautiful Role: Architecture and the Display of Art.” YCBA postdoctoral […]

Drama School dean appointed to fourth term

James Bundy DRA ’95 has been reappointed for a fourth five-year term as dean of the Yale School of Drama and artistic director of the Yale Repertory Theatre, University President Peter Salovey announced Friday.

Lin opens Women of Yale series

Lin, the designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., and the Women’s Table, described her body of work as an interplay between art and architecture underscored by a commitment to the environment.

Venetian art and law intersect at Law Library

Ahead of a lecture by co-curator Christopher Platts GRD ’17 slated for mid-November, an exhibition entitled “Representing the Law in the Most Serene Republic: Images […]

YUAG exhibit incorporates Rhode Island history

Yale University Art Gallery’s most recent exhibition — “Art and Industry in Early America: Rhode Island Furniture, 1650–1830” — will be the subject of a […]

Sanctions have little effect on a cappella

Over the past few weeks, hundreds of Yale students have been rushing a cappella singing groups, in hopes of joining one of Yale’s most storied artistic communities. However, Yale a cappella’s relationship with the University administration was compromised during Bulldog Days, when some singing groups were sanctioned for chalking their group names on the walls of William L. Harkness Hall, a common a cappella rehearsal space, in violation of undergraduate regulations.

YCBA reinstallation puts British art in global context

Following its spring 2016 reopening, the Yale Center for British Art has reinstalled its permanent collection, presenting British art in a global context and renewing its commitment to teaching.

Pop-up market showcases local designers

New Haven-based independent boutique Strange Ways held its first vendor market last Saturday.