Former Yale School of Art Photography Director captures the 1960s’ grace and tension in new exhibit

The exhibition, “War & Peace in New York,” by 81-year-old photographer Tod Papageorge showcases previously unpublished photographs taken between 1966 and 1971.

Yale goes to Hollywood: Film festival spotlights student filmmakers and actors

The Yale in Hollywood Film Festival, or YiHFF, taking place from Dec. 2 to Dec. 4, will showcase works from a diverse range of filmmakers […]

Beinecke library acquires works by Gordon Parks, the first Black photographer at LIFE magazine

Over 200 prints by renowned Black photographer Gordon Parks now lie in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library’s collections. The prints, which constitute one […]

Trapped in pigment: Redisplay of Elihu Yale and enslaved child portrait provokes community response

After the redisplay of the controversial group portrait, community members weigh in.

Renovated Yale Peabody Museum will promote accessibility, embrace the goal of community-building

Following the switch to free admission and an extensive ongoing renovation process, Peabody Museum aims to become more diverse and open to the public.

Yale Peabody Museum switches to a “free admission” policy for all

Following its post-renovation reopening in 2024, Peabody Museum will offer free admission to all visitors.

Yale University Art Gallery showcases ancient glass collection

The Yale University Art Gallery, which holds one of the country’s finest collections of ancient glass, displays 56 glass pieces ranging from the 14th century B.C. to the seventh century A.D.

Kiara Matos: “The kind of artist any city would welcome”

Ceramicist Kiara Matos opened a storefront studio in mid-September, selling a variety of colorful wares.

Tenzin Jorden Photo.
Yale Center for British Art redisplays controversial painting of Elihu Yale and enslaved child

The Yale Center for British Art has redisplayed a painting of the University’s namesake after investigating the identity of an enslaved Black child depicted in the portrait.

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