As the Yale University Art Gallery prepares to reopen to the public next week, curator Keely Orgeman and others in the contemporary art galleries are working on the display of a newly-acquired painting by contemporary artist Audrey Flack.
Often unrestricted by the conventions of traditional writing, poetry is an organic representation of human experiences, emotions and ideas. At Yale, many students use social media to either read poetry, or post works of their own.
Last weekend, the Yale Dramatic Association presented “St. Valentine’s Home for the Forgetful and Lost” — an original comedy murder mystery as a part of its 2021 FroShowCase.
Yale’s Collection of Musical Instruments originated in 1900 when piano dealer Morris Steiner donated an extensive collection of keyboard instruments to the University. More than 120 years later, Steinert’s great-great-grandson Timothy Steinert ’82 and his wife Lixia Zhang gave a major donation to the collection.