Zeynep Pamuk
Part 3 of 4: Out West, arts and sciences find harmony

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. WEST HAVEN — The Peabody Museum of Natural History’s male elephant bone figurine […]

Architecture School receives Ph.D. applications

When the Yale School of Architecture developed a doctoral of philosophy last year, it was the only institution of its kind not to offer a […]

Picasso as literature

Only a book illustrated by Pablo Picasso would depict the main character’s love interest as an abstract mess of cubist shapes. “Picasso and the Allure […]

YUAG brings tea to life

Under the shade of pink cherry blossoms in a Japanese garden hundreds of years ago, the hosts of tea gatherings poured steaming water from iron […]

Recession stalls YUAG renovation

The global financial crisis that caused the University endowment to shrink by 25 percent has hit the Yale University Art Gallery as well. The gallery’s […]

Long Wharf loses director to Drama School

Joan Channick DRA ’89, the managing director of New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre, will join the School of Drama as an associate dean, the University […]

Art gallery brings together historic duo

George and Martha Washington are finally reunited — at the Yale University Art Gallery. The gallery recently acquired an 1801 miniature painting of George Washington […]

‘Rough’ a smooth ride

All aboard for a seaborne comedy: It involves a playful play-within-a-play on a transatlantic ocean liner in the jazzy ’30s — with tap-dancing to boot. […]

Music theater workshops to debut

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Musical-lovers, rejoice. The next “Spring Awakening” may be produced at Yale. On Wednesday, […]

Stern snares Scully Prize

Robert A.M. Stern ARC ’65, the Dean of the School of Architecture, has had quite a week. After rededicating the architectural masterpiece of his mentor […]

Rudolph rededicated

The old Art & Architecture building probably would have been demolished long ago if razing it were not cost-prohibitive. But that prospect was unthinkable on […]