This is the second exhibition in a series of three curated by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Hilton Als. On view at the Yale Center for British Art through December 15, 2019.
“We want the Sacklers to have their day in court,” said an activist from PAIN Sackler at the protest in Connecticut. “We want to see all the documents of when they decided to poison the population in this country.”
UConn’s MFA in Art supports art making across a broad range of studio media with an internationally recognized faculty, generous financial support, and new graduate studios.
A new report suggests that art can play an important role in welcoming women and minority groups into spaces of higher education that have historically excluded them.
Harmony Hammond’s work can appear bewildering at first, expansive in its diametrical explorations, and sprawling in its material juxtapositions.
Eileen Hogan: Personal Geographies examines her artistic process and feature sketchbooks alongside finished paintings. On view at the Yale Center for British Art from May 9 to August 11.
Studios are open to the public and located across three buildings on Yale’s campus in downtown New Haven.
“Those capable of the worst are capable of the best,” says curator Jeffrey Greene. “Anyone can be an artist.”
UConn’s MFA Studio Art Program is no longer the “best kept secret” in the country.
GREENWICH, Conn. — Everything was illuminated at the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris, from 5,000 electric lamps igniting the Eiffel Tower to the Grand Waterfall, a cascading fountain animated by colored lights.
The Fairfield Westchester Museum Alliance (FWMA), a recently formed consortium of museums located just north of New York City, chose to inaugurate its new partnership with simultaneous exhibitions designed to address a widely known if archaic catalogue of human foibles known as the Seven Deadly Sins.
During the late Renaissance, many gold-thirsty European explorers set sail on a quest to locate the fastest route to the Orient.