Shrinking spaces — where will we live in the future?

Student exhibition in the Trumbull Gallery explored the future of living spaces through immersive art experiences.

‘The Great Wave’ on display at the YUAG for a limited time

From March to July, Hokusai’s famous print will be available to view at the YUAG’s “Year of the Dragon” exhibition.

Undergrad thesis exhibition opens at the Yale School of Art

“You Are Now The Host,” displays the capstone works of Yale College seniors majoring in art.

Artists and enthusiasts convene at local zine fair

Last Saturday, 14 vendors sold their handmade magazines at an event hosted at Bradley Street Bicycle Co-Op.

New installation highlights the YUAG’s recent prints and drawings acquisitions

“Recent Acquisitions of Prints and Drawings” showcases works spanning from the 16th century to the present day.

PROFILE: Haejin Park explores childhood memories and womanhood through watercolor

Having worked as an editorial illustrator for publications such as the New York Times and VICE News, Park is a current MFA student at the Yale School of Art who creates vivid dreamscapes through her watercolor paintings.

MFA’s showcase 2024 painting and printmaking theses

The Yale Painting/Printmaking MFA theses were showcased in an exhibit titled, “And the forms which linger / humming in our ears.”

‘Photographic Storytelling: Photographs from the Permanent Collection’ installed at the YUAG

A new installation features narrative photographs from the 19th century to the modern day.

‘The host will let you in soon’ opens at the School of Art

The Fall 2023 Undergraduate Art Show highlights the work of upperclassmen in the Art major.

Yale Center for British Art conservation project prioritizes clean energy, audience engagement amid closure

Since its closure in February, the YCBA has begun a conservation project for its rooftop and lighting system, and it has continued to hold online and off-site events celebrating artistic endeavors. The museum will formally announce details of its reopening in January 2024.

Kehler Liddell Gallery presents CLAY and HEDGE

Ceramic artist Amanda Duchen and photographer Marjorie Wolfe exhibited their work at Kehler Liddell Gallery earlier this month.