Scott Wilcox to retire after 38 years at the YCBA

On March 1, 2022, Deputy Director for Collections Scott Wilcox GRD ’78 ’84 will retire from the Yale Center for British Art after 38 years at the center.

Schwarzman Center to open in fall 2021, serve as a center for community life and the arts at Yale

Beyond including several spaces for students to gather together, the Schwarzman Center also plans to be a hub for the arts, offering new art galleries and performance spaces and a dance studio.

Peabody moves two collections to renovated facility on West Campus

This fall, the Peabody Museum of Natural History will finish moving two of its collections to a newly renovated space on West Campus as part of a multi-year museum transformation.

Yale student presents ‘Roll With It!’, an interactive comedy inspired by ‘Dungeons & Dragons’

“Roll With It!” tells the story of a group of friends who meet each week to play “Dungeons & Dragons” together.

Yale student presents ‘Kore,’ a radio drama adaptation of the Greek myth

The show explores the issue of generational trauma and tackles the experience of dealing with the effects of violence as a Black woman.

Music Haven awarded $5,000 through Adolf Busch Award

On April 5, Music Haven — a tuition-free music institution that provides musical instruments and lessons for students in New Haven — was recognized with $5,000 by the Adolf Busch Award.

UP CLOSE | Stranded, stuck and sensitive: Upheaval in the world of art loans

The pandemic saw artworks from Yale's collections stranded across the globe. To retrieve the loaned works, art institutions have developed creative strategies that will likely outlive the pandemic.

Callisto Quartet selected as fellowship quartet-in-residence at the School of Music

The quartet will receive coaching, give performances and teach Yale undergraduates in their time at the University.

Yale Opera presents virtual duets showcase

On April 19, students in Yale School of Music’s opera program showcased a series of recorded performances of pieces by composers such as Georges Bizet, […]

Yale Center for British Art acquires its first-ever work by School of Art alumna

On April 5, the Yale Center for British Art announced its first acquisition of a piece by a Yale School of Art alumna. This work […]

YDS photography show shows LGBTQ seminarians

A photography exhibition showing the work of Gabrielle Muller DIV ’20 went on view earlier this year in the Divinity School’s Sarah Smith Gallery. The […]