Yale holds early screening of documentary about Abbey Road Studios

"If These Walls Could Sing,” a film honoring a centerpiece of rock history, was shown in advance at Yale in the weeks prior to its release.

Students debut arts celebration at Tsai City

This Friday, 68 undergraduate artists will showcase their work at the Yale Visual Artists Collective’s debut showcase with Tsai City. Come for art, artists, jazz and French-Asian pastries.

Olympian Laura Zeng ’25 to appear in multidisciplinary performance art piece

Developed by Chiara Hardy ’24 and 2-time Olympic rhythmic gymnast Laura Zeng ’25, the performance combines movement, prosthesis, sound and light.

Student-curated exhibit explores connection between technical and conceptual color

“Matters of Color/Color Matters,” located in the Sterling Library’s exhibition corridor, will be on display through Spring 2023

Formerly incarcerated individuals collaborate with Yale students in musical performance project

Naomi Wilson sat at a keyboard, soft chords floating underneath her words — words read by a Yale student to her left.  “How can we […]

Native American Cultural Center showcases student and faculty talents at Indigenous Arts Night

Indigenous artists and performers at Yale collaborated to put together a celebration of Indigenous arts and culture.

Yale dance groups host open ballet classes at Broadway Rehearsal Loft

Dancers Jeremy Cox and Marc Spielberger teach weekly Saturday ballet classes, nourishing inspiration and dance involvement at Yale.

Schwarzman Center hosts conversation with leading women in the entertainment industry

Daryl Roth, Kamilah Forbes and Zibby Owens spoke on motherhood, COVID-19’s impact on the entertainment industry and advice for blooming creatives.

Breaking Silences: Latin filmmaker Anaïs Taracena speaks in Poynter lecture

Filmmaker Anaïs Taracena speaks about the power of telling the story of human rights in Guatemala through film.

Yale Tango Club brings together community, embrace, and elegance

The Yale Tango Club, founded in 2003, offers students the chance to learn a new way of movement, connect with new people and travel to social dances across the Northeast.

Latino & Iberian Film Festival at Yale welcomes twenty directors from ten countries

The hybrid festival will conclude on Nov. 13. One film featured grapples with a Holocaust survivor’s trauma and the inherited legacies of the grandson of a Nazi.