School of Music to host pianist Jan Jiracek von Arnim

The newly-appointed visiting professor will bridge Beethoven and Lizst for a concert in the Horowitz Piano Series.

Yale Justice Collaboratory celebrates life of local artist and activist Winfred Rembert

Community members gathered at NXTHVN to honor Rembert, a civil rights icon who passed away earlier this year.

Review: “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” is entrancing chaos

Yale Repertory Theater begins its 2022-2023 season with its production of Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”, staged from October 6 to October 29.

Artspace presents “Open Source Art Festival: In Common Spaces” festival

The non-profit visual arts organization, Artspace, features mostly local artists in their yearly “Open Source” arts festival.

Midnight Oil Collective turns making art into making money

What does it mean to be a working artist and venture capitalist?

Behind an empty pedestal: YUAG controversy sparks discourse on Indigenous art

A dispute over purported censorship of a recent exhibit triggered a broader discussion over how museums should handle Indigenous art, pushing the Yale University Art Gallery to adopt advisory groups and new guidelines.

Lecturer and filmmaker Bill Connington screens latest film “Poughkeepsie is for Lovers”

The new film directed by a Yale Drama School lecturer explores a romantic relationship amid fears of nuclear attack.

Drama student directs production of Ibsen’s ‘Ghosts’

Jacob Basri DRA ʼ23, is encouraging people to examine their pasts as he directs a rendition of Henrik Ibsen’s “Ghosts” using a translation by Yale professor of dramaturgy Paul Walsh.

“As Prescribed” To Play at New Haven Documentary Film Festival

Producer Holly Hardman will show her new documentary at NHDocs Festival that showcases the dangers of benzodiazepines.

Tickets for YSO Halloween Show go on sale Sunday

The Yale Symphony Orchestra’s Halloween Show is back in full swing, ready to revive their time-honored tradition. As usual, the film and musical score are secret.

Acclaimed filmmaker, former professor Michael Roemer returns to Yale

This weekend, the Yale Film Archive will showcase two films by former Yale professor and award-winning filmmaker, Michael Roemer.