New Haven high school students exhibit work through YCBA photography program

“The View From Here: Accessing Art Through Photography” brings local high school and college students to the Yale Center for British Art to study the art form of photography.

“Not your grandmother’s quilting:” City Gallery opens textile exhibition

Running throughout February, New Haven’s City Gallery opened a new textile exhibit featuring two Connecticut-based artists.

Undergraduate artists display work at Yale School of Art exhibit

At a special exhibition curated by a current undergraduate art student, Yale College art majors contributed pieces that ranged from digital videos to pottery, paintings and a reconstructed bedroom.

Fine Artists of Yale: John Donovan

John Donovan ‘24 creates works characterized by rich natural tones and sharp lines, while playing with the role of light and experimenting with multiple mediums, exploring techniques, the study and history of art, his own identity, and familial love.

Ivy Vuong ’23 curates exhibition featuring Vietnamese American artists

As part of Art Space’s Open Source Festival, Vuong curated Băng Qua Nước: Across Land, Across Water, an exhibit showcasing the work of Connecticut-based Vietnamese artists.

Theft of two sculptures from School of Art exhibit raises security concerns

Two student works were stolen from the School of Art’s first year MFA exhibition, prompting concerns about the security of work exhibited in the School of Art’s spaces and about the lack of insurance offered to students. The culprit remains at large.

Yale Center for British Art showcases Bill Brandt and Henry Moore

At the Yale Center for British Art, two artists come together to paint a scene of life during World War Two.

Rafael Villares ART ’24, represents Cuba at the Venice Biennale

Villares uses mediums including painting, drawing, photography, sound and sculpture to create art that negotiates humanity's relationship to the natural world.

Performance groups explore the metaverse with Micheal Veal

The Performance Studies Working Group hosted an event entitled “Histories and Futures of the Metaverse with Michael Veal” on Oct. 31.

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.

Erasure of Indigenous voices: behind Fazal Sheikh’s “Exposures”

A new, almost-cancelled exhibit at the Yale University Art Gallery both documents and produces conversations about how Indigenous communities are harmed by resource extraction, displacement and environmental racism.