Artspace New Haven holds citywide Open Studios exhibition

On Sunday afternoon, Hamden residents Diane Krause and Liz Hellwig left the New Haven Erector Square factory building with three new works of art for […]

Sophie Sonnenfeld Photo.
New Haven Notables: commemoration through mural art

Artspace New Haven considers space and time

Artspace New Haven’s most recent exhibition, “Everywhere and Here,” features works inspired by items in the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History. The exhibition, which […]

Artspace exhibition featuring Peabody Museum artifacts
Beinecke Library opens exhibition “Road Show” on writers’ travels

On Sept. 1, an exhibition called “Road Show: Travel Papers in American Literature” opened for viewing at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. The […]

Window into exhibit
“Furniture at the Yale Center for British Art: A Selection” opens to visitors

The exhibition, which opened over the summer, shows the museum’s furniture collection in its Lecture Hall Lobby.

The sign on the YCBA.
Colorful Calder sculpture returns to Beinecke Plaza

After residing in the Yale University Art Gallery sculpture garden for three years, American sculptor Alexander Calder’s sculpture “Gallows and Lollipops” was moved back to the Hewitt Quadrangle — commonly known as the Beinecke Plaza — on Sept. 8.

Gallows and Lollipops stands in Beinecke Plaza
Yale student presents a virtual exhibit on Jane Austen’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’

As the University’s safety regulations still pose a challenge to in-person events, one student presents her online exhibit on the publishing history of Austen’s classic novel.

Yale University Art Gallery curates special exhibition honoring female alumni artists

“On the Basis of Art: 150 Years of Women at Yale” was curated to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Yale’s first female students and display art created by Yale-educated female artists.

Lady Madonna by Audrey Flack.
Yale Schwarzman Center opens its doors

Yale students were introduced to the Schwarzman Center with lunch in Commons on Wednesday and will now be able to experience the center’s many gathering spaces and arts offerings.

YUAG acquires a piece by contemporary artist Audrey Flack

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.

The front entrance to YUAG
Collection of Musical Instruments receives major gift from museum founder’s great-great-grandson

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.

Morris Steinert at one of his clavichords.