Arts & Culture


Franz Liszt: Transcending the Virtuosic
Irving S. Gilmore Music Library

A display celebrating the 200th birthday of Franz Liszt features music manuscripts in the composer's hand, as well as letters, books, images, and various personal curiosities.

Through January 31


Johan Zoffany RA: Society Observed
Center for British Art

Seventy oil paintings and a selection of drawings and prints make up an exhibition that demonstrates the importance of Johan Zoffany to the artistic culture of eighteenth-century Britain.

Through February 12


Good Goods
Yale Repertory Theatre

Acclaimed director Tina Landau '84 makes her Yale Rep directing debut with Good Goods by Christina Anderson '11MFA, a tale of four people negotiating life and love in a small African American town.

February 3–25


People, Piety, and Sacred Power in the Eastern Mediterranean
Institute of Sacred Music

Photographs of sacred buildings, paintings, objects, and monuments reveal the ways that the faithful of the eastern Mediterranean have expressed their piety through the ages.

Through March 2


Tom Morin's Threads of Influence: 
The Visual History of a Life in 
Graphic Design
Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library

A survey of the career of graphic designer Tom Morin '68MFA, based on his recent book, focuses on his student years.

January 13 through April 13 


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